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Stones and Scissors | film and video art | Programme

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Stones and scissors: exploration of buildings, structures, places and histories; the act of cutting, editing and retelling. Studio 75 artists Andrea Luka Zimmerman, Gillian McIver and Nazir Tanbouli present a selection of their moving image works.

Nazir Tanbouli

Basement Diary
A post-disaster movie. A visually poetic and striking film made by the painter Nazir Tanbouli evokes post-disaster alienation and trauma.

Baladi
Stop frame animation; a portrait of home and locality using everyday objects. “Baladi” in Egyptian means local, from home - and the drumming here is “baladi” music and the dance is known as “baladi” dance ...

Glenn Ibbitson

Archive
"I am an only child in a family with no cousins. I am childless. There is no-one to whom I can bequeath either my family documents, photographs and audio tape, or my own life work. When I die, this is what will be made of the archive I have accumulated; a bonfire."

Andrea Luka Zimmerman

The Delmarva Chicken of Tomorrow
Between dream and nightmare, The Delmarva Chicken of Tomorrow is a traversal of here and elsewhere, first and third world; a fairytale of production, resources, capitalism, globalisation, refuse and refusal: The Delmarva Chicken of Tomorrow is a film not about the struggle to be seen, but about the struggle to see.
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Sponsored by Suppressed Policy Sportsmanship (something about the war)
by Joshua Oppenheimer

Gillian McIver
- a selection of very short works about places:

Gauforum
Field recording of an unusual building in Weimar. (from the series Field Recordings)

Crossings: Berlin: Gleim Tunnel
Traversing the fault lines of history. (from the series Crossings)

The House on Sadovaya Street
A wander through the flat of the Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov

Mosti: the Bridges of St Petersburg
A montage that mixes classic Russian film footage with my recorded material, fusing past and present in a representation of one of the principal motifs of St Petersburg.