bloc    August 16, 2010

Date: Sun 3 Oct 12:00 ´ 22:45Website: england Outline: £15 full / £12.50 concs Dir Alexander Kluge, 570 mins, German with English subtitles On 12 October 1927, after already having concluded the filming of October, his troubled dramatisation of the October Revolution, Sergej Eisenstein noted: ‘A firm decision is to film Das Kapital, with [...]

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Date: Tue 5 Oct 19:30 ’til lateLocation: england Outline: £7 full / £5 concs Greenroom This exciting event will present some of the world’s leading exponents of live, improvised, expanded cinema, including: the world premiere of I Married a Foley Footstep! by Ben Gwilliam & Matt Wand; Kerry Laitala and Sally Golding will evoke the [...]

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bloc    March 8, 2010

Mitosis, Meiosis, Metempsychosis

Website: international Outline: A short film by Graham Bowers illustrating and embracing digital technology. Graphic meanderings contemplating and illustrating the division and replication of single diploid, and haploid living cells, to the eventual trillions that make up a living being … and the transmogrification of digital technology into ‘real virtuality’ … all a bit [...]

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bloc    February 26, 2010


Date: 7 Apr 2010, 18.30Website: england Outline: Media Art Bath is pleased to welcome Richard Birkett, curator at the ICA London to THE MAB FILM EXERCISE. Richard’s programme, The Awkward Scene considers the methodologies and artifacts of moving image production in relation to the social experience of emotional connection and disconnection. The works screened [...]

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bloc    February 18, 2010

Michel Auder: Talks and screenings

Date: Weds 24th March, 6.30 – 8.30pmWebsite: england Outline: Talk and screenings to open the Michel Auder solo exhibition in The New Cut At 6.30 we will screen Part 1: Rooftops and Other Scenes, 1996, 48′ 51”; Polaroid Cocaine, 1993, 5′; Made for Denise, 1978, 3′ 5”. Total runtime 57′ Followed by a talk [...]

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bloc    February 15, 2010

Today, Too I Experienced Something I Hope to Understand in a Few Days

Website: england Outline: TODAY, TOO I EXPERIENCED SOMETHING I HOPE TO UNDERSTAND IN A FEW DAYS is an art project by James Coupe, commissioned by Abandon Normal Devices. The project is site-specific to Barrow-in-Furness and the first artwork to be made inside Facebook. A site-specific artwork that auto-generates films based upon narrative data collected [...]

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bloc    February 12, 2010


Date: 25 Mar 2010, 18.30Website: england Outline: We are very pleased to welcome Elisa to THE MAB FILM EXERCISE, and excited to be screening John Latham’s Erth (1971) in the original 16mm. This will be screened alongside a ´staging” of David Hall’s TV Interruptions (7 TV Pieces) (1971). Elisa Kay is the curator at [...]

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bloc    February 4, 2010

Maeve Connolly: Talk and Screenings

Date: 16 Mar, 6.30 – 8.30pmWebsite: england Outline: Event-Site: Screenings on The Place of Artists` Cinema – a one-night event including a talk by Maeve Connolly and screening programme featuring works by Michelle Deignan, desperate optimists, Laura Horelli, Isaac Julien, Bea McMahon and Alexandra Navratil. Supported by Culture Ireland. Artists` film and video has [...]

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bloc    January 10, 2010


Date: 18.30hrs, Thursday 18 FebruaryWebsite: england Outline: Involuntary Reception Kristin Lucas, Branda Miller, Craig Mulholland, Charlie Tweed Curated by Marie-Anne McQuay Presented as part of THE MAB FILM EXERCISE 18.30hrs THURSDAY 18 FEBRUARY Arnolfini, 16 Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA FREE but booking recommended (0117 917 2300) For the third MAB Film Exercise, Media [...]

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bloc    November 19, 2009

The Impossible Document

Date: 20 Jan 2010, 18.30Website: england Outline: The Impossible Document – David Lamelas, David Thorne & Julia Meltzer. Part of THE MAB FILM EXERCISE: Exercising ideas in and around artists’ film. The Impossible Document asks, what are the limits of documentary? And what lies beyond them when a filmmaker tries to record the invisible, [...]

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