The project with focus on urban experiences and the affective value of physical spaces within moving image works, exploring the specific case of the East End. The programme includes a screening of artists’ films evoking stratified memories of domestic life and the urban landscape of London, followed by an event devised by artist Philomène Hoël, engaging with the work of experimental filmmaker Stephen Dwoskin. Rather than documenting reality or aiming to provide objective narratives, the works focus on personal accounts and storytelling, exploring the fragility and diversity of everyday life in the city.
Opening times: 6pm–12am on 1 July.
92 Brick Lane, London E1 6RL
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92 Brick LaneLondonE1 6RL