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Discussion - Walter Benjamin and Humphrey Jennings: Through the Bloody Mists of Time British filmmaker Humphrey Jennings died 70 years ago today. 80 years ago on 26 September Walter Benjamin died. Did they ever meet? Prolific film essayist Adam Kossoff considers this and much more besides in his imaginative film and conversation with ...
Artists' Film International: A False Weight by Daisuke Kosugi - Trailer A False Weight (2019) is an experimental portrait based on Daisuke Kosugi’s (b. 1984, Japan) ageing father whose daily routines reveal movements inspired by the freedom found in the body’s limitations.
Daisuke Kosugi, A  False Weight, 2019, HD video with ...
Excerpt - Topography of Terror (19.12.2016) Marking the launch of their major monograph Never Again (Mousse Publishing, 2020), artists Elisa Caldana and Diego Tonus will be in conversation about their multi-dimensional project exploring the CGI making of the never-realized Berlin building Topographie des Terrors, by Swiss ...
Walter Benjamin and Humphrey Jennings: Through the Bloody Mists of Time British filmmaker Humphrey Jennings died 70 years ago today. 80 years ago on 26 September Walter Benjamin died. Did they ever meet? Prolific film essayist Adam Kossoff considers this and much more besides in his imaginative film, Through the Bloody ...
Carlos Bunga: Domestic Revolution When Carlos Bunga (b.1976 Portugal) first came for a site visit in advance of planning his exhibition Something Necessary and Useful (2020), he was struck by the gentrification of the area surrounding the Whitechapel Gallery.
The performance, Domestic Revolution (2020), ...
Amina Dryabee: Determinism and Free Will (Trailer) Amina Dryabee’s work Determinism and Free Will ( 2019) offers a philosophical reflection on our forms of knowledge and destinies. Her work has been selected by the Centre for Contemporary Arts Afghanistan as part of the Artists' Film International project.
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Leticia Obeid: Jano (Janus) (Trailer) Life can feel like the accumulation of words on the pages of a book as we record thoughts and experiences. What if we could reverse, pause or accelerate these in the same way that a book’s pages can be flipped ...
Bojan Fajfrić: The Cause of Death (Trailer) The Cause of Death revisits the Black Wave avant-garde cinema movement of 1960s Yugoslavia. Bojan Fajfrić's work was selected by The Cultural Centre of Belgrade to be screened for a limited time as part of the Artists' Film International project.
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Ergin  Çavuşoğlu: Desire Lines (Tarot & Chess) (Trailer) Ergin Çavuşoğlu's Desire Lines (Tarot & Chess) (2016) takes inspiration from universal patterns of human behaviour observed in Italo Calvino’s book The Castle of Crossed Destinies (1973). The film was selected by Istanbul Modern to be screened for a limited ...
Lisa Tan: My Pictures of You (Trailer) In My Pictures of You (2017), Lisa Tan (b. 1973, USA) speculates on how NASA images from Mars might be a death mask of Earth. The film tracks her conversations with a specialist, as she composes a eulogy to Earth. ...
Judith Butler: The Force of Nonviolence Judith Butler presents a lecture and live Q&A chaired by Amia Srinivasan that draws on her new book, which shows how an ethic of nonviolence must be connected to a broader political struggle for social equality.
The Force of Nonviolence ...
Raqs Media Collective: Passwords for Time Travel (Trailer) Passwords for Time Travel (2017) by New Delhi-based Raqs Media Collective is made up of a sequence of video clips with superimposed texts that propose a set of new terms, co-joining science and spirituality, and which anticipate a futuristic language.
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Dominika Olszowy: Wanda Wanton (Trailer) Wanda Wanton is the lead character, and possible alter ego of artist Dominika Olszowy (b. 1988, Poland), who loves to destroy things in public spaces which she calls ‘acts of art’. By expressing socially unacceptable desires the artist asks: can ...
Miguel Fernández de Castro: Grammar of Gates (Trailer) In Grammar of Gates / Gramática de las puertas (2019), Miguel Fernández de Castro (b. 1986, Mexico) explores the overlapping territories, languages and conflicts that mark the desert border between Mexico and the US which occupies the ancestral lands of ...
Lerato Shadi: Mabogo Dinku Expressive hand movements accompany a folk song in a South African language. Some gestures are universally recognisable from waving and beckoning to pointing and halting. However, their full meaning along with the words of the song escapes us without subtitles. ...
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain: Inscriptions (One Here Now) Trailer Selected by Crawford Art Gallery as part of the Artists's Film international project, Inscriptions (One Here Now) (2018) by Ailbhe Ní Bhriain draws us down into the dark vertiginous depths of a quarry interior.
Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, Inscriptions (One Here ...
Get to know... Digital Programme We're delighted to announce that Whitechapel Gallery will be reopening to the public on Tuesday 14 July, with new Health & Safety measures in place to prioritise your welfare and peace of mind.
While our spring exhibition programme will be ...
Get to know... The Return of the Spirit in Painting After a decade of conceptual and minimal art, the 1981 exhibition A New Spirit in Painting at London’s Royal Academy of Arts, took the art world by storm. Lavishly painted, epically scaled canvases reasserted the centrality of painting – and ...

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