RCA at Hackney Picturehouse

Three events curated by students at the Royal College of Art

Sunday 24 June - Thursday 5 July

In association with Hackney Picturehouse, students from the Curating Contemporary Art MA programme at the Royal College of Art present the first in a series of occasional themed screenings aimed at promoting discussion and debate. The first three events look at: Korean identity, reimagined cities, and intersections between the body and technology. Special thanks to LUX for all the help and support.

Sunday 24 June, 8.00

A selection of artists’ films from the 1960s to the present day, investigating the body’s relationship to technology and the physicality of human nature. Featuring work by Daria Martin, John Wood, Paul Harrison, Miranda Pennell and Yvonne Rainer.

Still Moving is part of the event programme for In Use, an exhibition of work by Anna Moderato at Acme Project Space, 44 Bonner Road London E2, from 22 to 24 June.

Thursday 28 June, 6.30

This programme explores the power of film to imagine and reshape urban architecture and environments. It features work by John Smith, Emily Richardson and Patrick Keiller.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with artist Emily Richardson.

Thursday 5 July, 6.30

Contemporary Korean Video Art  brings powerful expressions of identity to the contemporary landscape. The young artists featured look beyond Korea’s emotional and politically turbulent past to produce their own challenging and distinctive style.

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