Serpentine Cinema presented a screening of a selection of newly-restored and remastered films by Brazilian artist Lygia Pape, on the occasion of the exhibition Lygia Pape: Magnetized Space at the Serpentine Gallery.
This event explored Pape’s film work as a little known and fascinating part of her broader artistic practice. Pape’s films that were screened on the occasion of this Serpentine Cinema evening were:
Lygia Pape Catiti catiti: na terra dos brasis (Caiti Caiti: In the Land of the Brasis), 1978, 16mm, black and white, 10′
Lygia Pape Eat me, 1975, 35mm, colour, 9′ Screenplay, Editing and Director: Lygia Pape Photography: Dileny Campos Actors: Artur Barrio and Antonio Manuel
Lygia Pape La nouvelle création (The New Creation), 1967, 35mm, 50”
Lygia Pape Trio do embalo maluco (Crazy Rocking Trio), 1968, Betacam transferred to HD, colour, 1′ Directors: Paulo Martins and Jorge Sirito
Lygia Pape Divisor [Divider], 1968 [São Paulo Bienal, 2010], DVD, colour, 4’52” Director: Paula Pape
All films courtesy of Projeto Lygia Pape
Serpentine Cinema: CINACT is a series of monthly film screenings and events at Picturehouse Cinemas in London that presents the opportunity to view rarely-seen artists’ films in a cinema context.