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Constantly in Motion: German Experimental Film

THE PHYSICS ROOM IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE GOETHE INSTITUT PRESENTS


Constantly in Motion
Experimental Film and Video in Germany 1994 – 2004


Wednesday 15 November 2006, 7.30pm

The Physics Room
Free


The works in Constantly in Motion offer a representative survey of developments as well as current trends, in experimental film and video work in Germany. Included in the programme are not only complex masterworks, but also works that focus on experimenting with various techniques and skills and on developing personal artistic styles.

All films are German, with English subtitles, and are divided into three collections with different themes. Tomorrow night Dis-Locations is screening.


Dis-Locations
Wednesday 15 November 2006, 7.30pm
85 minutes
A range of films featuring formal innovations and/or playing with images sourced in distinctive ways such as surveillance footage, or images from the Arctic.


The Physics Room welcomes you to attend these screenings presented in association with the Goethe Institut.


THE PHYSICS ROOM contemporary art project space

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The Physics Room receives annual funding from Creative New Zealand / Toi Aotearoa


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