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Where the girls are: female filmmakers at the 10th London Short Film Festival  
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Phil Collins, Rachel Garfield, Uriel Orlow, Larissa Sansour at ICA London May 1st, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Posted 7/19/14
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Drudge   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Phil Collins at Victoria Miro Gallery November 24th, 2009 - December 18th, 2009
Posted 12/13/09
        Telemundo is a Spanish language television network based in America. The network is famed for it’s overly dramatic and slightly cringe worthy soap operas. For Phil Collins’ new work Soy Mi Madre, he recreates a half-hour Telemundo-styled soap opera with actual Telemundo actors. This film, though entertaining and humorous at times, has a political undercurrent of race and social class issues embedded within the narrative. The narrative follows five characters; three of the characters are hired servants to the... [more]
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Soy Mi Madre   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Phil Collins at Victoria Miro Gallery November 24th, 2009 - December 18th, 2009
Posted 11/22/09
        Eliciting the complex and ambiguous relationship between the camera and its subject, Phil Collins' work examines individual and collective systems of representation. Collins' multifaceted practice is based on a close engagement with place and community, and has addressed issues of ethnicity, gender, and political and linguistic identity through participatory events often organised in regions of social upheaval. In producing these projects, which have ranged from castings to a dance-a-tho... [more]
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I can do that!   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Johanna Billing, Jennifer Bornstein, Andrea Bowers, Phil Collins, Jeremy Deller, Harrell Fletcher, Josh Greene, Cameron Jamie, Alan Kane, Michele O'Marah, Yoshua Okon, Hirsch Perlman, Long March Project, Jim Shaw, Simon Starling, Javier Téllez, Jeffrey Vallance, Eric Wesley at CCA Wattis Institute April 23rd, 2008 - August 9th, 2008
Posted 5/30/08
The exhibition Amateurs begins with a statement by the exhibition curator Ralph Rugoff where he explains that the exhibition seeks to "[depart] from the hyperprofessionalization characterizing so much cultural production today." Amateurs marks a shift in the discussion of high-art versus low-art. Previous exhibitions that included works by Jim Shaw, for instance, always had the inherent hint of irony. Irony is less in the forefront here and therefore this exhibition informs the dialogue surrou... [more]
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