SCREENING SERIES Resting Transmissions / Eyes Above, Bodies Below / Nice Night for a Walk

The Rhyder Projects, 19a Herald Street, London
SCREENING SERIES Resting Transmissions / Eyes Above, Bodies Below / Nice Night for a Walk image
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This event ended on Sunday 23rd of July 2017
Admission

Free

Location

The Rhyder Projects, 19a Herald Street, London

Nearest Stations

Bethnal Green Overground 0.14 miles

Website

http://www.theryderprojects.com

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This July The RYDER presents three video programmes, each running a week in the gallery. Nine artists will present their works in: Resting Transmissions (5 – 9 July), Eyes Above, Bodies Below (12 – 16 July), Nice night for a walk (19 – 23 July).

?Resting Transmissions presents works engaging with histories and practices of television. Industrial modes of production and dissemination are intercepted and reinterpreted, shifting and activating viewership. With its semi-lucid self-made counter-narratives, this programme unfolds like an atypical night of broadcast. Featuring work by: Kathryn Elkin, Wendy Geller, and Su Hui-Yu.

The programme Eyes Above, Bodies Below suggests there are many ways in which eyes may be separate from bodies; there are many ways bodies swap and narratives switch. The works present combinations of vision, bodies inscribed with self-actuated stories as well as scripted strands from above. Cartesian dualism is both affirmed and confronted, fluidity seeps up as stories hop hosts, sending out beacons. Featuring work by: Deirdre Sargent, Maha Maamoun, and Stephanie Comilang.

Nice night for a walk presents works that excavate material from circulating film franchises, and their resulting pop-cultural sediment. Particular moments, cyborgs, and the onscreen presence of Arnold Schwarzenegger are remobilized. Metallic mirrored surfaces emerge that reflect ossified references, surrounding and reworking them. Featuring work by: Jenna Sutela, Daniel Cockburn, and Frank Heath.

The series: Resting Transmissions / Eyes Above, Bodies Below / Nice night for a walk is curated by Erik Martinson.

Opening reception: Tuesday 4 July, 6 - 9pm
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Programme


Resting Transmissions / 5 – 9 July

- Michael’s Theme, Kathryn Elkin, 2014, 7:47
- Six, Wendy Geller, 1986, 4:07
- The Upcoming Show, Su Hui-Yu, 2012, 17:14


Eyes Above, Bodies Below / 12 – 16 July

- Traveling, Deirdre Sargent, 2016, 5:16
- 2026, Maha Maamoun, 2010, 9:00
- Lumapit Sa Akin, Paraiso (Come To Me, Paradise), Stephanie Comilang, 2016, 25:46


Nice night for a walk / 19 – 23 July

- RI JIRI I O WA NU RU DAINICHI T-1000, Jenna Sutela, 2016, 2:15
- WEAKEND, Daniel Cockburn, 2003, 7:15
- The Hollow Coin, Frank Heath, 2016, 12:13

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