Date: 7 December 2006 | Season: Expanded Cinema 2006 | Tags: ,

Thursday 7 December 2006, at 7pm
Stuttgart Württembergischer Kunstverein

Gill Eatherley, Pan Film, UK, 1972, 3 x 16mm, b/w, silent, 8 min
Representation of a personal space through visual counterpoint, and positive / negative shifts.

Robert Morris, Gas Station, USA, 1969, 2 x 16mm, colour, sound, 34 min
Gas Station explores the lived experience of space and the fixed viewpoint of the camera.

Sally Potter, Play, UK, 1971, 2 x 16mm, b/w & colour, silent, 7 min
Seen from the filmmaker’s window, the choreographic play of twin children is fractured into cinematic space.

Karen Mirza & Brad Butler, Where A Straight Line Meets A Curve, UK, 2003, 2 x 16mm, colour, sound, 30 min
“A durational sculpture, of real and imagined activity shot entirely in one room. It is a film concerned with the objective reduction of space, a film ‘about’ the recording and representation of space and the politics of the viewing space of film itself.”