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A video still of several folks pulling dance moves in front of an orange wall
28 February 2010
DCA

Film Programme 4: Substitution

Various Artists

Acting at the minimum. Each film here substitutes one small thing for another, (ironically) transforming received meanings by the simplest of actions; often kind of funny too.

Kill Your Timid Notion 10
A man in Hi Vis smiles as he plays a snare drum in a car park
27 February 2010
DCA

Film Programme 3: Collective Actions

Various Artists

Individual experience separated by physical boundaries (of space, time or ability) suggested as communities of collective experience by (perhaps voyeuristic) artists.

Kill Your Timid Notion 10
A whirl of blurred coloured lights make an abstract pattern
12 December 2004
DCA

Film Programme 4: Pop

Various Artists

A riot of 60’s psychedelia, magick, ritual and tight black leather, this programme highlights underground innovators who use and subvert pop music for their own experimental ends; and be warned, in Anger, there’s real darkness.

Kill Your Timid Notion 04
Stephan Mathieu backstage at Instal 02
1 December 2002
The Arches

Stephan Mathieu

Stephan Mathieu

Work that focuses in on the static hiss and background noise of recording and pushes it to the fore.

INSTAL 02
boychild performs prostrate bathed in a blue light a red light in their mouth
26 May 2013
Tramway

#untitled lipsync 3

boychild

The mutability of the body and the mobility of identity: queered pop culture, drag, lip-sync and performance.

Episode 5: Hidden in Plain Sight
under a dramatic spotlight boychild wrapped in string is hunched and performs
25 May 2013
Tramway

#untitled lipsync 2

boychild

The mutability of the body and the mobility of identity: queered pop culture, drag, lip-sync and performance.

Episode 5: Hidden in Plain Sight
A woman rides a motorcycle against a sunset lit sky
21 January 2012
CCA

Nina Power discussing November

Hito Steyerl Nina Power

Nina’s going to talk about November, by Hito Steyerl: what and how the film thinks, or about what and how it might makes us think (which is connected, but not the same thing), by watching, and it discussing (with you?).

Episode 1: A Film is a Statement
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