Tate Britain, Friday 7 September 2007 : silent films

31 08 2007

Late at Tate Britain – Image and Sound 18.00 – 22.00

Iconic British silent films will be shown with live music, dominating the enormous central gallery, and Steve Beresford, Scanner and David Toop perform together for one night only. An ideal event for deaf and hard of hearing people as you can enjoy the films!

Late at Tate Britain is a free event on the first Friday of every month with an eclectic mix of events and a bar in the gallery.

Artprojx Hi Fi presents

An artist film compilation featuring:

Alice Anderson – Alice Anderson’s Journal 2004-2005
David Blandy – The White and Black Minstrel Show
Dexter Dalwood – 1800
Ravi Deepres – Eden
Rineke Dijkstra – Annemiek
Nathalie Djurberg – Florentin
Haris Epaminonda – Light, Tarahi II, Tarahi IIII, Tarahi V
Pamela Golden – Love & Hysteria
Jesper Just – It Will All End In Tears
Idris Khan – A Memory… After Bach’s Cello Suites
Joshua Mosely – Beyrouth
Michael Nyman – Moscow 11.19.31
Terry Smith – Overture
Emily Wardill – Basking in what feels like ‘an ocean of grace’, I soon
realise that I’m not looking at it, but rather that I AM it, recognising

Films selected by David Gryn – Artprojx



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