Salome Lamas, Eldorado XXI (2016, 2K, 125 min.)

 


Salome Lamas, Eldorado XXI (2016, 2K, 125 min.)

 

Laida Lertxundi, 025 Sunset Red (2016, 16mm, 14 min.)

Laida Lertxundi, 025 Sunset Red (2016, 16mm, 14 min.)

 

Deborah Stratman, Optimism (2018, Super 8/2K, 15 min.)

 

Deborah Stratman, Optimism (2018, Super 8/2K, 15 min.)

Sun 11 Nov '18 - Festival

AWL_027: FIELD RECORDINGS Day 3

Contemporary ethnographic cinema and landscape film in the spotlight.
14:00
WORM

AWL is pleased to announce FIELD RECORDINGS, a three-day event with screenings, talks, listening sessions and an installation here in WORM. Our starting point is the work by multi-disciplinary artist Joshua Bonnetta, who will present a new installation and several of his films and audio pieces in person.

Tracing the acute relationship between humans and landscapes, FIELD RECORDINGS explores the tenor of contemporary landscape films and anthropological cinema including works by Laida Lertxundi, Deborah Stratman, Nina de Vroome, Salomé Lamas, Stephanie Spray and Pacho Velez.

Landscapes undergo our gaze, as much as they look back. In the works featured in this multi-media event, this affective relationship between humans and landscapes draws closer and draws away. Specifically, FIELD RECORDINGS probes and unpacks the sonic interventions and cinematic silences present in these films and artworks.

The programme outlines how human bodies are inscribed upon landscapes, and vice versa: from the earthly exchange between history and presence in Stratmans Optimism (2018) to an unparalleled reading of the desert in Bonnetta and Sniadeckis El Mar La Mar (2018). What these works have in common is that they embrace the complexities of the world we inhabit by reconfiguring anthropological methods: Lamass Eldorado XXI uses duration as a means to identify with the protagonists on a physical level, whereas Lertxundis 025 Sunset Red adopts auto-biographical modes of working to approximate The Basque Country and California.

FIELD RECORDINGS includes conversations and Q&As with Joshua Bonnetta, Hannah Paveck, Kaya Erdinç and Nina De Vroome. The programme is curated and organised by Tim Leyendekker and Sander Hölsgens as part of the AWL series.

 

Sunday 11 November**Treaded Territories**
11:00 13:30 Joshua Bonnetta meets WORM Filmwerkplaats
Members of WORM Firmwerkplaats discuss their work with multi-disciplinary artist Joshua Bonnetta (free and open to the public, please register: tim@worm.org)

 

14:00 15:30 Film programme 4
025 SUNSET RED (Laida Lertxundi, 2016)
OPTIMISM (Deborah Stratman, 2018)
ARTIFICIAL PARADISE (Chick Strand (1986)
WALKING FIRE (de Vroome, 2018)
Followed by a Q&A with Nina de Vroome.

16:00 18:00 Film programme 5
ELDORADO XXI (Salomé Lamas, 2016)

18:00 19:30 Break

19:30 21:30 Film programme 6
MANAKAMANA (Stephanie Spray, Sancho Velez, 2013)
Continuous: 60 minute excerpt preview edit of Caolas na Hearadh (The Sound of Harris) by Joshua Bonnetta