The Serpentine Galleries is bringing a recent films by artists Rachel Rose and Anna Zett to London’s Hackney Picturehouse, March 26.
The double screening will show two recent works by New York-based artist Rose: A Minute Ago (8’43’’) gives a rhythmic juxtaposition of a calm sunny day interrupted by a violent storm, while Palisades in Palisades (9’27’’) uses a trompe-l’œil editing technique to a girl standing on the banks of the Hudson river to various moments throughout history.
Along with Rose’s works, the screening will show Zett’s most recent work, This Unwieldy Object, in which “the animated dinosaurs of blockbuster cinema meet the petrified ghosts of colonial history”. The films will be followed by a conversation with the artists.
See the screening event page for details. **
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