Every evening, on the homepage, a screening programme presents moving image works interrogating the relationship between viewer and screen as moving images penetrate retina and ear, before creeping beneath the skin.
Tuesday June 16, 8 pm
Shahryar Nashat, Image is an Orphan, 2017, 18 min. 22 sec- loop 1 hour
Please be aware that the work contains violent imagery.
Wednesday June 17, 8 pm
Deborah Stratman, Vever (for Barbara), 2019, 12 min.
James Richards and Steve Reinke, What Weakens the Flesh is the Flesh Itself, 2017, 40 min.
Please be aware that works within this screening contain female and male nudity, and sexual content.
Thursday June 18, 8 pm
Ken McMullen, Ghost Dance, 1983, 5:23 min. (excerpt)
Thuy-Han Nguyen-Chi, Syncrisis, movement I, 2018-ongoing, 7:54 min.
Mary Helena Clark, Orpheus (outtakes), 2013, 6:08 min.
Cerith Wyn Evans, Degrees of Blindness, 1988, 19 min.
Please be aware that works within this screening contain flashing images and lights.
Friday June 19, 8 pm
Eva Gold, Perv City (Act I), 2020, 30 sec.
Bette Gordon, Variety, 1983, 01:40:00 min.
Please be aware that some of the works within this screening contain female nudity and sexual content.
Saturday June 20, 8 pm
Sidsel Meineche Hansen, Seroquel, 2014, 8:11 min.
Adam Christensen, The Last Fucking Rave, 2015, 12 min.
James Richards, Not Blacking out Just Turning the Lights off, 2012, 16 min.
Please be aware that works within this screening contain female nudity.
Sunday June 21, 12 pm
All moving image works presented throughout the week will be streamed together in a day-long stream that will mark the end of Sets and Scenarios‘ live programme.