LIMA Online: How To Move: Close viewing at Kriterion
LIMA is organizing a series of screenings together with Filmtheater Kriterion. The programme will be streamed from the cinema room. Each screening will be followed by a Q&A with one of the presented artists, curator Sanneke Huisman and the online audience.
Wednesday January 6th, 19:30 CET
On public space as a narrative construct and public life as real-life cinema. This close viewing with LIMA will discuss the public space as a narrative construct, and public life as real-life cinema. The session will be led by LIMA’s curator Sanneke Huisman. Esther Polak and Ivar van Bekkum will be present during the livestream and discussion to answer questions.
Nicolas Provost, Plot Point, 2007, 15’27’’
PolakVanBekkum, A Collision of Sorts, 2017, 17’12”
Broersen & Lukács, All, or Nothing at All, 2019, 7’42”
Emile Zile, Western Digital, 2014, 10’48”
Wednesday January 13th, 19:30 CET
On bodily discomfort and the behaviour of private bodies and public bodies. public life as real-life cinema. The session will be led by LIMA’s curator Sanneke Huisman. Artists Sander Breure and Witte van Hulzen will be present during the livestream and discussion.
Sander Breure & Witte van Hulzen, How can we know the dancer from the dance?, 2016, 22’’
Julika Rudelius, Adrift, 2007, 5’22’’
Alicia Framis, Lost Astronaut, 2009, 34’31”
Jeroen Offerman, The Stairway at St. Paul’s, 2002, 8’30”
Wednesday January 20th, 19:30.CET
On public space as a political construct and ways to disrupt these structures. The session will be led by LIMA’s curator Sanneke Huisman with the presence of artist Douwe Dijkstra for the Q&A afterwards.
Mona Hatoum, Roadworks, 1985, 6’45”
Pilvi Takala, Real Snow White, 2009, 9’15”
Wim Gijzen, Verwisseling van de namen van de steden Rotterdam en Den Haag, 1971, 2’00”
Douwe Dijkstra, Green Screen Gringo, 2016, 15’51”