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Stehli, Jemima S.; HASH(0x7f4d771a2210)
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Uk premiere of video work Large Perspex 2008 12 mins. filmed July 2008 in Milan with the portuguese band If Lucy fell playing live and performer Lewis Amar. -- \ud \ud In conjunction with the ‘No Soul For Sale Festival’ at Tate Modern, no.w.here and Maxa Zoller have curated a film event, which looks at the way in which ‘cinema’ is inscribed in our memory, the eye and our gaze. It’s all new fresh work! The programme will start with Rachel Moore’s performance ‘Drawing Wavelength’, followed by two new films, Sarah Pucill’s magical, meditative ‘Blind Light’ (2009) and Jemima Stehli’s wild piece ‘Large Perspex’ (2008) made with the band, If lucy fell, its UK Premiere is not to be missed! -- \ud \ud Film Without Film\ud 3 performance/attitudes, Starr Auditorium,\ud Tate Modern, 16th May, 11am to 12noon: Free. -- \ud \ud Drawing Wavelength, performed live by Rachel Moore, 20 mins 2010\ud Blind Light, Sarah Pucill, 16mm, 22 mins 2009\ud Large Perspex, Jemima Stehli, hd video 11 mins 2008with the portuguese band If Lucy fell and Lewis Amar to be included in forthcomig screening at Tate Modern....\ud \ud In conjunction with the ‘No Soul For Sale Festival’ at Tate Modern, no.w.here and Maxa Zoller have curated a film event, which looks at the way in which ‘cinema’ is inscribed in our memory, the eye and our gaze. It’s all new fresh work! The programme will start with Rachel Moore’s performance ‘Drawing Wavelength’, followed by two new films, Sarah Pucill’s magical, meditative ‘Blind Light’ (2009) and Jemima Stehli’s wild piece ‘Large Perspex’ (2008) made with the band, If lucy fell, its UK Premiere is not to be missed! -- \ud \ud Film Without Film\ud 3 performance/attitudes, Starr Auditorium,\ud Tate Modern, 16th May, 11am to 12noon: Free.
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