Deriva / Drift – by Goldsmiths MA Artist’s Film and Moving Image
Sun 1 Dec 2019 / 2pm - 5pm
Alien attention seekers, cowboy herpes, girls with gum, whirling dervishes, time lapse and daydreams…
Ten artist films from the LUX collection that drift through mediascapes, landscapes and city nights.
From films that confront to those that immerse.
Each work anticipates the next.
Follow our impulses and shift your own.
Hijack and re-route.
You Made Me Love You, Miranda Pennell (2005, 4min)
The Girl Chewing Gum, John Smith (1976, 12min)
Documentary Rape, Penny Deadman / VIDA / Tony Cooper (1980, 5min)
The Makes, Eric Baudelaire (2009, 27min)
Saddle Sores, Vanalyne Green (1999, 20 min)
A-Z Of Noise, Semiconductor (1999, 1min)
Redshift, Emily Richardson (2001, 4min)
Darwish, Shafeeq Vellani (1994, 12min)
All the Time in the World, Semiconductor (2005, 5min)
Twilight City, Black Audio Film Collective (1989, 54min)
Collectively curated by students of the MA Artists’ Film & Moving Image Programme at Goldsmiths, University of London.
The Artists’ Film & Moving Image Masters is a 12-month intensive practice-based programme for artists working with moving image in all its forms. Instagram: @goldsmithsartistsmovingimage
*** PLEASE NOTE THAT ACCESS TO WATERLOW PARK WILL NOT BE POSSIBLE AFTER 4PM ***
LUX is located within Waterlow Park and the gates to the park will be locked at sundown, approximately 4pm. There is no public access into the park after 4pm so please ensure to arrive in plenty of time. In the unforeseen circumstance where a guest needs to leave the event early, they will be escorted by a member of staff to the park exit.