Emily Richardson’s Memo Mori @ the Barbican

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On Tuesday, 1st October at 8pm three films by Emily Richardson will be screened at the Barbican Cinema in London: Memo Mori (2009), Block (2005) and Nocturne (2002). As many probably know, Memo Mori features excerpts from Hackney, That Rose Red Empire read by Iain Sinclair‘s voice.

Tickets are available here.

Furthermore, Emily Richardson’s Cobra Mist (2009) will be screened at the Whitechapel Gallery on Sunday, 22 September at 2pm as part of Difference Screen,” a programme of artist’s films reflecting on changing realities through portraits of people and place”. For more information and to purchase tickets, please follow the link.

London Seizure Part 2: Extension of the Zone of Operation

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Emily Richardson’s Memo Mori

We want to recommend an interesting event which will be surely much appreciated by Iain Sinclair fans, but also by people who are interested in topics discussed by Iain in his books.

On Sunday, 30th June (6-9pm), during London Seizure Part 2: Extension of the Zone of Operation, a two-part screening programme in London, Emily Richardson‘s Memo Mori will be shown and discussed. Memo Mori, for those who have never heard about it, is a 24-minute film – a “journey through Hackney” which features a commentary from Iain Sinclair‘s Hackney, That Red Rose Empire. After the screening, there shall be a Q&A with the curator and the participating artists.

For more information, and to know the complete screening schedule, you can also visit the Facebook Page.

The programme is curated by Carmen Billows. The event will take place in Unit 4, White Post Lane, Queens Yard, London E9 5EN (07531 574666)

Emily Richardson in conversation with Iain Sinclair, part of THE WAPPING PROJECT, UNDISCOVERED LANDSCAPES

THE WAPPING PROJECT

UNDISCOVERED LANDSCAPES

05 OCTOBER – 22 DECEMBER

Five international film makers explore the landscape of the family, self, home and place. They are Marta Michalowska (Poland), Suki Chan (Hong Kong), Emily Richardson (England) and Inger Lise Hansen (Norway), all based in London, and Elina Brotherus (Finland) who lives between Paris and her native Helsinki. Five women who express eloquently and with immense technical skill what it is to come from somewhere else.

12.00-22.00 daily, except Sunday to 17.30. All films run on continuous loopsFree entry.

 05 – 12 October

Marta Michalowska A Portrait (of My Mother), 2008, 55 min

13 – 19 October

Marta Michalowska Without Reflection, 2011, 12 min & Without Shadow, 2011, 12 min

20 – 28 October

Elina Brotherus The Black Bay Sequence, 2010, 60 min & Artists at Work, 2010, 41 min

3– 9 November

Emily Richardson Memo Mori, 2009, 23 min

10 – 16 November

Emily Richardson Petrolia, 2005, 20 min

17 – 23 November

Suki Chan Interval II, 2008, 17 min

24 – 30 November

Suki Chan Istanbul, 2010, 6 min

1 – 7 December

Inger Lise Hansen Travelling Fields, 2009, 9 min, Parallax, 2009, 5min, Proximity, 2006, 4 min

8 – 14 December

Inger Lise Hansen Adrift, 2004, 9 min

15 – 22 December

Marta Michalowska Gdansk Shipyard, 2008, 19 min

First Views – Wednesday 5th October and then each Thursday 7-9:30pm (except 6 & 27 October) All welcome. Pay bar.

Artists’ Talks in the Bookshop:

7:30pm

12 November – Emily Richardson in conversation with Iain Sinclair

25 November – Suki Chan

9 December – Inger Lise Hansen – talk & book signing

16 December – Marta Michalowska

Talk tickets £5 (deductable from the price of the book or DVD)

Booking essential – shop@thewappingproject.com