A version of my film Scriptych (a collaboration with Simon Valastro at the Paris Opera) will be playing tonight after the Bartlett’s Film Making Space symposium. The event looks great (Penelope Haralambidou, Richard Martin, Clara Jo, Kreider & O’Leary and Liam Young are on the line-up. It’s organised by the Bartlett‘s Film + Place + Architecture group.
The French Audiovisual Archives (INA) made a lovely short film about the collaborative process Simon Valastro and myself used to make Scriptych, a performance at the Opéra National de Paris earlier this year, as part of my residency at the Palais de Tokyo.
Thank you Franck Podguszer and the INA team!
I will be showing my film 86400 and performing 24fps Psycho at the Do Disturb Festival at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris in a couple of weeks. This is very exciting, as both works have never been shown before.
86400 is a real-time film made from Google Image searches for the time right now. It will be running throughout the festival.
24fps Psycho is an experimental performance remixing the film Psycho (1960) with footage from the French National Audiovisual Institute. It will be chaotic and confusing, but also highly enjoyable. I will be performing twice, once on the Saturday and once on the Sunday (9 + 10 April).
There are over 50 artists and performers participating this year, so it looks like a great way to spend a weekend – if I wasn’t performing, I would be in the crowd!
Tickets are avaialble through the Digitick website or at the Palais de Tokyo ticket office.
The projects I will be talking about are the Godot Machine and a new project in development, currently titled Spatial Cinema. Test videos from Spatial Cinema are here: