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A woman in a white dress jogs across a frame screened on a wall
27 February 2010

Film Programme 2: Repetitive Actions

Emma Hart Guy Sherwin Morgan Fisher Various Artists

Setting up a minimal procedure to explore the interaction between a person and the (documentary) film/ video process. What initially seems simple ends up contrarily distanced and intimate, public and private.

Kill Your Timid Notion 10
Aileen Campbell on a trampoline singing Vivaldi accompanied by musicians
12 October 2008

As Jane Edwards and Geoffrey Rush

Aileen Campbell

A chorister attempting to sing Vivaldi, with live accompaniment, while trampolining for 20 minutes.

Kill Your Timid Notion 08
A medium close up of the side and back of one person hugging and lifting another
17 April 2015

It’s Sorta Like a Big Hug

Constantina Zavitsanos Park McArthur

How can we imagine bodies not as an end in themselves, but as a medium through which we can become one another’s means?

Episode 7: We Can’t Live Without Our Lives
A screen showing two people holding a Sotherbys Bad for Art banner
3 May 2012
Whitney Museum of American Art

The Indivisible or Inadmissable Committee

When one calls a strike, who hears the call, who attunes and listens to it? How to listen to the call of a strike? What prevents one from hearing this call or stops one from listening to it?

A survey is a process of listening
a participant lies on the gallery floor face down and hits the floor with a mic
3 May 2012
Whitney Museum of American Art

Hit Parade (New York)

Christof Migone

Sound as it is endured by space and the body: 15 participants lie face down and pound the floor with a microphone one thousand times, each person choosing their own rhythm and intensity.

A survey is a process of listening
25 February 2012

The View From Nowhere Part 2

Alexi Kukuljevic Mark Fisher Ray Brassier

Has neoliberal capitalism locked down social experience? Are our seemingly subjective desires, our identities, pre-packaged by dominating social structures?

Episode 2: A Special Form of Darkness
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