The bold, shameless films of Gunvor Nelson and Dorothy Wiley, the anxious animations of Martha Colburn, the ingenious visions of Jorge Lorenzo Flores and the strange worlds of Christopher Cogan reveal cracks in the expected roles and gestures of the media, advertising and pornography; they parody the use of bodies and portray strange actions that configure a wrong theatre. These are disinfectant films that disfigure and compulsively corrupt mediatized representations of popular culture to create a unique, disturbing filmic world. Attended by Christopher Cogan.
Take Off, Gunvor Nelson, 1972, 16 mm, 10 min
Schmeerguntz, G. Nelson, Dorothy Wiley, 1966, 16 mm, 15 min
Cosmetic Emergency, Martha Colburn, 2005, 35 mm, 8 min
Waschdrang Mama, M. Colburn, 2006, video 3,30 min
The Wank, Jorge Lorenzo Flores, 16 mm, 1 min
Lift Off, M. Colburn, 1998, 16 mm, 3 min
Don’t Kill The Weather Man!, M. Colburn, 2007, video, 5 min
Lava, Christopher Cogan, 1996-2007, 16mm, 3 min
Electreat, C. Cogan, 1996-2007, 16 mm, 6 min
Tunnels, C. Cogan, 2009, 16mm, 10 min
20.15 h Slow Action, Ben Rivers, UK, 2010, 45 min. In association with LOOP/SCREEN FROM BARCELONA 2011. Free admission!