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04.11.2019 20:00

film screenings

Pay what you can

Art cinema OFFoff presents:
Michael Snow + Aglaia Konrad

Wavelength, Michael Snow

—CA, 1966-67, 45’, color, 16mm

Concrete & Samples II: Blockhaus, Aglaia Konrad

—BE, 2009, 9’50’’, color, silent, videotransfer van 16mm

Wavelength is exemplary of the Structural Cinema and the way it uses architecture to indicate the stability of the image and the passing of time and light. These aspects also play a role in Concrete & Samples by Aglaia Konrad, a series of films on organic and brutalistic architecture from the 1960s and 1970s.

Ticket: 8 euro / 5 euro reductie

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