Another one of experimental films nights at TAP.
7.30-8.30 Films with introduction:
ALICE ANDERSON is an artist currently showing at CoExist Galleries. Her creations span several art forms, from video to photography, to publishing, and drawings. She has been building a kind of novel since 1999 in which each episode is a self-contained personal, poetic and absurd Adventure.
EDWINA ASHTON makes videos, drawings, sculptures and costumes. Mr Panz at Lake Leman, notes on m, (notes on mammals and habitats) is her first animation. She studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths.
8.45pm – 9.45pm International short films:
JOHNNY YESNO – a 1982 (but 1960’s retro) cult film by PETER CARE based in Sheffield with a soundtrack by Cabaret Voltaire. The screening of this film was possible thanks to the support fromMUTE. You can purchase the recently released film on a CD/DVD set on Amazon. It also includes a new LA version of the film, 140 minutes bonus material and also 2 Audio CDs of Richard H Kirk’s new mixes of Cabaret Voltaire’s soundtrack.
JULIA POTT (UK): Belly
KIM PIMMEL (US): Compressed 02
LIA ANNA HENNIG (G/UK): Water Ballet
FRED L’EPEE (CH/GR): The Passengers
MANDY MEISSNER (DE): Death with the Robots Vadders
SWOON (BE): De droom van de trappen (Staircase Dream)
Curated by Michaela Freeman
Supported by Suffolk and Essex Water, Arts Council of England and MUTE (www.mute.com)