To coincide with the exhibition Graphology conceived by Edwin Carels (curator, M HKA, Antwerp and researcher in the arts KASK/Hogent), Pierre Bismuth will give a presentation about his ongoing series of films on writing and show an unseen video variation of Following the left hand of Jacques Lacan.
Peter Kubelka will discuss his work in the exhibition Films on paper 1958-60, made from typed cut outs and exhibited for the first time, alongside related work and a screening of one of his other films.
Anna Barham's Slick Flection 2012 is further development of a text first performed by the artist in 2009. Borrowing its structure from the annotation of a tap dance, syllables are repeated and reordered in such a way that their meaning is dispersed in favour of the rhythms and percussive qualities of a voice and text. This new version has been made through conversation between Anna Barham and tap dancer Carrie Topley, who will perform the piece.
The afternoon will close with a programme of short films by Guy Sherwin, Paul Bush, Stuart Hilton, Robert Breer and others, selected by Edwin Carels.
Graphology is conceived by Edwin Carels (curator, M HKA, Antwerp and researcher in the arts KASK/Hogent)
Price: £10 Full Price, £7 Concessions
Booking essential: graphology.eventbrite.com
Graphology: drawing from automatism and automation will be published by the Drawing Room.