As part of the General Ecology project, and on the occasion of Pierre Huyghe’s exhibition, Serpentine Cinema presented a programme of artists’ films addressing machines, infrastructure and its impact on the biosphere and landscapes.
The evening included films by Sophia Al-Maria, Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Alexander George and James Capper, Pierre Huyghe, Amar Kanwar, New Mineral Collective (Emilija Škarnulytė and Tanya Busse), and Beatriz Santiago Muñoz.
Pierre Huyghe, A Journey that Wasn’t, 2005, 21’41”
Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Post-Military Cinema, 2014, 11′
Alexander George and James Capper, Blue Frame, 2018
New Mineral Collective (Emilija Škarnulytė and Tanya Busse), Hollow Earth, 2013, 22’30”
Sophia Al-Maria, The Future Was Desert, Part One, 2016, 5’17”
Amar Kanwar, A Love Story, 2010, 5′
Revital Cohen & Tuur Van Balen, Trapped in the Dream of the Other, 2017
Sophia Al-Maria, The Future Was Desert, Part Two, 2016, 4’35”
Following the screening Lucia Pietroiusti, Curator, General Ecology was in conversation with writer and editor Filipa Ramos.
On Earth, Structure and Sadness was programmed in collaboration with Filipa Ramos, co-curator, The Shape of a Circle in the Mind of a Fish and advisor on the Serpentine’s General Ecology project, as well as the advice of artist Matthew Burdis.
The Serpentine Cinema Autumn/Winter season is supported by Hannah Barry Gallery and Edward Campbell (Forth Arts, Australia)