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Arika have been creating events since 2001. The Archive is space to share the documentation of our work, over 600 events from the past 20 years. Browse the archive by event, artists and collections, explore using theme pairs, or use the index for a comprehensive overview.

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142 Results for Screening | Projection

Arika have engaged in the presentation of many types of screening works, expanded cinema practices, films and clips. The archive includes discussions surrounding the films we screened and film performances, but not the actual films we screened. Here is a few suggestions of ways into investigating this Screening and Projection theme. The Museum of Non-Participation is a live expanded cinema and spoken word event from Episode 1: A Film is a Statement, Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio’s film/lecture performance about Caribbean cinema and Pauline Boudry and Renate Lorenz’s punk, drag, queer film and lecture environment.

Thuja performing among tree branches at DCA Dundee
10 December 2004
DCA

Thuja & Keith Evans

Keith Evans Thuja

Thuja specialise in a unique and abstract folk music, a devoutly organic tapestry deeply rooted in the sway and bow of nature.

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Mirror performing in front of a projection at KYTN 04
10 December 2004
DCA

Mirror with a film by Bill Morrison

Bill Morrison Mirror

Andrew Chalk & Christoph Heemann return with their diaphanous, impressionistic drone duo; their slowly evolving and enthralling works flutter and quiver with elegantly restrained, miniature sound events.

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Eddie Prevost and John Tilbury against projection of a large red bus
10 December 2004
DCA

AMM & Malcolm Le Grice

Malcolm Le Grice AMM

One of the most influential groups in improvised music, with the collective understanding that comes from listening keenly to each other for decades

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Burkhard Stangl silhouetted against a projection of an eye
19 October 2003
DCA

Phonographics, Live

Burkhard Stangl Fennesz Gustav Deutsch Martin Siewert Werner Dafeldecker

A live installation of the ‘Film Ist’: projected on 4 huge screens and an improvised soundtrack from 4 figureheads of the Austrian experimental music scene.

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Multiple versions of several mythical looking characters look up at the camera
19 October 2003
DCA

Invasion of Thunderbolt Pagoda

Ira Cohen

Beat poet Ira Cohen’s now infamous and wildly psychedelic film odyssey feeds one’s own seeing apparatus through beautifully warped and distorting mylar mirrors, resulting in a film dense and rich with visual arcana and poetry.

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silmukka06
19 October 2003
DCA

Short Film Programme 2: Contemporary

Billy Roisz Various Artists William Basinski

The second of two short film programmes featuring works that blur the boundaries between music and film from artists who cross and redefine those long held divisions. This programme highlights contemporary works.

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Inter title from the film Haxan
18 October 2003
DCA

Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages

Mirror Phantom Engineer

Mirror and Phantom Engineer performing an improvised soundtrack to Benjamin Christensen’s 1922 horror film prototype, Haxan: Witchcraft through the Ages.

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A film still of a set of a living room filled with pictures and a couple
18 October 2003
DCA

Corpus Callosum

Michael Snow

Part old-fashioned Renaissance man, part hardcore avant-gardist, the Canadian painter-photographer-filmmaker-musician gives full vent to his genius in the exhilarating perceptual vaudeville, named after the ‘central region’ of tissue that acts as a conduit between the brain’s two hemispheres.

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Several bands of colour in blue pink and turquoise
18 October 2003
DCA

Short Film Programme 1: Retrospective

Various Artists

The first of two short film programmes featuring works that blur the boundaries between music and film from artists who cross and redefine those long held divisions. This programme focuses on the forebearers of filmic and musical innovation over the last 70 years.

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Steve Roden seated on stage at DCA Dundee
17 October 2003
DCA

Steve Roden

Steve Roden

By focusing on the things that most people don’t notice or pass by uncaring – Steve Roden crafts gentle, sparse and metaphorically loaded compositions.

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