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LANDSCAPE - 27 JANUARY 2019



The Street, by Neil Henderson

LANDSCAPE
27 January 2019
Ramsgate Music Hall, 13 Turner Street, Ramsgate, CT11 8NJ
7-9pm

Featuring:
Neil Henderson*
Joan Jonas, 'Wind' 1968
Larry Gottheim 'Fog Line' 1970
Jamie Jenkinson*

A programme of artist film exploring Landscape, from meditative studies, metaphors between the still and moving image to bodies within and responding to the landscape and new representations which question how we look and think about it.  There is a an accompanying discussion event led by Neil Henderson.  See separate listing for details.

Doors: 7pm (bar open)
Programme Start: 7.30pm

Q&A with the artists (*) 8.30pm (bar open)
Tickets also available on the door


TICKETS
Screening
£6/4* (+ 50p towards online booking fee)
Also available on the door.

*Under 18s, Students in Further and Higher Education and informal learning settings.

NEIL HENDERSON
Neil Henderson's work has encompassed multiple projector pieces, experiments with the materiality of film and photography, and films about landscape. His work has been shown at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge; Microscope Gallery, New York, Tate Britain, ICA London, Camden Arts Centre and Modern Art Oxford. In 2009 his film Circles was shortlisted for the Jerwood Drawing prize. His work is discussed in Nicky Hamlyn’s book, 'Film Art Phenomena' (London: BFI, 2003). He studied at the Kent Institute of Art and Design and the Slade School of Art and teaches Film Studies at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.







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