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Charlottenborg Art Cinema

Film programme: Abandoned Goods + Receding Triangular Square

In relation to the exhibition Ovartaci 6 the Art of Madness a film programme will be shown in Charlottenborg Art Cinema

3. – 14. januar 2018

Pia Borg & Edward Lawrenson: Abandoned Goods, 2014, 36:56 min.

Abandoned Goods is a short essay film that tells the story of the journey of the Adamson Collection. Recently rediscovered after years of neglect, the collection is one of the major bodies of British ‘asylum art’. It contains around 5,500 objects (paintings, drawings, ceramics, sculptures and works on stone, flint and bone) created between 1946-1981 by patients in Netherne psychiatric hospital in Surrey. Blending archive, reconstruction, 35mm rostrum photography, interviews and observational footage, the film explores the transformation of the objects in the Adamson Collection, from clinical material to revered art objects, examining the lives of the creators and the changing contexts in which the objects were produced and displayed.

Abandoned Goods was awarded the Pardino d’oro for the Best International Short Film at Locarno Film Festival. It has screened among other places at London BFI Film Festival; Sundance; Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and Oberhausen.

Pia Borg is a Maltese/ Australian artist and filmmaker who lives and works in London and Los Angeles.
Edward Lawrenson is a filmmaker, journalist and film programmer based in London.


Virlani Rupini & Dr Leon Tan: Receding Triangular Square’, 2012,  36:53 min.

Through an unsettling arrangement of sound, voice and moving images derived from on location interviews and footage as well as archival material, the film, Receding Triangular Square, explores Chinese and Aboriginal (indigenous Taiwanese) philosophies and practices of healing as well as the dominant (’official’) Euro- American mental health paradigm. The film relates these to the larger social and historical framework of Taiwan’s development as a modern and post- colonial state.

The film is the result of an interdisciplinary collaboration between the artist and filmmaker Virlani Rupini and the art critic and psychotherapist Leon Tan.

Commissioned originally for the Taipei Biennial in 2012, the project uses the mediums of conversation and moving- image to ’analyze’ colonization and decolonization, psychosocial trauma and repression, and potentials for constructing new assemblages of enunciation in Taiwan (Republic of China).

Charlottenborg Art Cinema er Kunsthal Charlottenborgs biograf, der befinder sig på kunsthallens mezzanin på 1. sal. Biografens program sammensættes af forskellige kuratorer – både eksterne og fra organisationen selv. Filmvisningerne i biografen er gratis, når entréen til kunsthallen er betalt. Læs mere om de individuelle filmvisninger i vores kalender for events og på Facebook.

AKTUELT PROGRAM
28 Nov – 2 Jan

I forbindelse med udstillingen YOKO ONO TRANSMISSION er Charlottenborg Art Cinema glade for at kunne præsentere et omfattende program med multikunstneren Yoko Onos film fra 1960’erne og frem. Filmprogrammet kan opleves tirsdag-søndag i kunsthallens åbningstider i perioden 28. november 2017 til 2. januar 2018, med mindre der er særlige events i biografen. Programmet byder både på en perlerække af Yoko Onos egne film og Fluxus-værker såvel som en håndfuld af de film, hun lavede i samarbejde med ægtemanden John Lennon.

Yoko Ono har gennem sin karriere brugt sin kunst til at promovere budskaber om fred og ligestilling, hvilket i høj grad også kommer til udtryk i hendes ofte konceptuelle og eksperimentelle film – ikke mindst i de værker, hun lavede i samarbejde med John Lennon.

Som en del af filmprogrammet vil du bl.a. kunne opleve klassikere som Bed Peace (1969) og Imagine (1972). Bed Peace dokumenterer, da John og Yoko inviterede den globale presse ind i deres honeymoon-suite på Hilton Hotel i Amsterdam, hvor de – fra deres seng – protestede imod Vietnam Krigen ved at diskutere fred i 12 timer om dagen. Imagine, der har samme titel som Lennons legendariske album fra 1971, blev oprindeligt lavet til tv og følger John og Yoko i deres hjem Tittenhurst Park i Ascot, England til soundtracket fra Imagine-albummet. Dertil kommer konceptuelle film som Film No 5 (SMILE) (1968), der i 50 minutter viser et close-up af Johns (smilende) ansigt, og FLY (1970), hvori en flue vandrer omkring på en nøgen kvindekrop.

Som en del af filmprogrammet kan ligeledes opleves feministiske film som RAPE (1969) og FREEDOM (1970), der begge adresserer emner som seksualitet og intimitet; konceptuelle film som den legendariske Cut Piece (1965), der dokumenterer en performance af samme navn, hvor Yoko Ono inviterede publikum til at klippe hendes tøj i stykker; Fluxus-værker som Film No 2 (Eyeblink) (1966) og Film No 4 (Bottoms) (1967) samt nyere filmværker som ARISING (2015).

PROGRAM
Tirsdag-fredag
12.00-12.50: Yoko Ono — Film No. 5 ‘Smile’ (1968). Directed by Yoko Ono
12.50-13.05: Yoko Ono — ARISING (2013). Directed by Yoko Ono
13.05-13.06: Yoko Ono — FREEDOM (1971). Directed by Yoko Ono
13.06-14.06: Yoko Ono and John Lennon — RAPE (1968). Directed by Yoko Ono and John Lennon
14.06-14.08: Yoko Ono — Film No. 2 ‘Eyeblink’ (1966). Directed by Yoko Ono
14.08-15.19: Yoko Ono and John Lennon — Bed Peace (1969). Directed by Yoko Ono and John Lennon
15.19-16.38: Yoko Ono — Film No. 4 ‘Bottoms’ (1967). Directed by Yoko Ono
16.38-16.45: Yoko Ono — The Museum of Modern Art Show (1971). Directed by Yoko Ono
16.45-17.52: Yoko Ono and John Lennon — Imagine (1971). Directed by Yoko Ono and John Lennon
17.52-18.01: Yoko Ono — Cut Piece (1964). Filmed March 21, 1965, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. Directed by The Maysles Brothers
18.01-18.24: Yoko Ono — FLY (1970). Directed by Yoko Ono and John Lennon
18.25-18.55: BBC TV — 24 Hours — The World of John and Yoko (1969). Directed by Paul Morrison
18.55-19.05: Yoko Ono — Cut Piece (1964). Filmed March 21, 1965, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. Directed by The Maysles Brothers
19.05-19.10: Yoko Ono — Painting To Shake Hands (2012). Directed by Yoko Ono
19.10-19.15: Yoko Ono — Film No. 1 ‘Match’ (1966). Directed by Yoko Ono
19.15-19.18: Yoko Ono — Film No. 2 ‘Eyeblink’ (1966). Directed by Yoko Ono
19.18-19.24: Yoko Ono — Walking On Thin Ice (music video) (1981). Directed by Yoko Ono
19.25-19.40: Yoko Ono — ARISING (2013). Directed by Yoko Ono
19.40-19.47: Yoko Ono — The Museum of Modern Art Show (1971). Directed by Yoko Ono
19.47-19.49: Yoko Ono — Film No. 2 ‘Eyeblink’ (1966). Directed by Yoko Ono
19.49-19.58: Yoko Ono — Cut Piece (1964). Filmed March 21, 1965, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. Directed by The Maysles Brothers

Lørdag-søndag
11.00-11.05: Yoko Ono — Film No. 1 ‘Match’ (1966). Directed by Yoko Ono
11.05-11.08: Yoko Ono — Film No. 2 ‘Eyeblink’ (1966). Directed by Yoko Ono
11.08-12.15: Yoko Ono and John Lennon — Imagine (1971). Directed by Yoko Ono and John Lennon
12.15-13.34: Yoko Ono — Film No. 4 ‘Bottoms’ (1967). Directed by Yoko Ono
13.34-13.41: Yoko Ono — The Museum of Modern Art Show (1971). Directed by Yoko Ono
13.41-14.05: Yoko Ono — FLY (1970). Directed by Yoko Ono
14.05-14.15: Yoko Ono — Cut Piece (1964). Filmed March 21, 1965, Carnegie Recital Hall, New York City. Directed by The Maysles Brothers
14.15-15.26: Yoko Ono and John Lennon — Bed Peace (1969). Directed by Yoko Ono and John Lennon
15.26-15.56: BBC TV — 24 Hours — The World of John and Yoko (1969). Directed by Paul Morrison
15.56-16.02: Yoko Ono — Walking On Thin Ice (music video) (1981). Directed by Yoko Ono
16.03-16.52: Yoko Ono — Film No. 5 ‘Smile’ (1968). Directed by Yoko Ono

TIDLIGERE PROGRAM
26 Oct – 19 Nov
William E. Jones Fall Into Ruin (2017) – 30 minutes
Wu Tsang Mishima in Mexico (2012) – 14 minutes
Zackary Drucker & Rhys Ernst She Gone Rouge (2012) – 28 minutes

16 Sep – 12 Oct / CHART Film programme
Marina Abramović The Current (2017) – 60 minutes
Alex Da Corte TRUƎ LIFƎ (2013) – 3 minutes 44 seconds
Maria Friberg Matador (2016) – 13 minutes 47 seconds
NUG Territorial Pissing, Second Version (2007/2011) – 2 hours 15 minutes 8 seconds
Sigurður Guðjónsson Distance (2012) – 9 minutes 48 seconds
Steina Distant Activities (1972) – 4 minutes 48 seconds
Tuomas A. Laitinen The Powder of Sympathy (2015) – 8 minutes 36 seconds
Tomás Saraceno CLOUD / TIME (2016) – 12 minutes 40 seconds

1 Feb – 8 Feb / 11-17 (loop)
John  Akomfrah On Essays, Identities and Stuart Hall (video interview, 8:20 min)
Richard Mosse The Impossible Image (video interview, 7:21 min)
Premiere: Ons / Wed 1 Feb, 18.30 / 6.30pm

8 Feb – 15 Feb / 11-17 (loop)
Eileen Myles A Poet in the Art World (video interview, 7:35 min)
Frieze At Home with John Waters (video interview, 6:38 min)
Premiere: Ons / Wed 8 Feb, 18.30

Ons / Wed 15 Feb, 18.30 / 6.30pm (Talk & Film Screening)
Talk: Mette Hoffmann Meyer – World Stories
Film: World Stories: Please Vote For Me
(I samarbejde med / In collaboration with The Why Foundation)

Ons / Wed 22 Feb, 17.00 / 5pm (Film Screening)
World Stories: Dancing Boys of Afghanistan
(I samarbejde med / In collaboration with The Why Foundation)

Ons / Wed 1 Mar, 19.00 / 7pm (Film Screening)
World Stories: Miners Shot Down
(I samarbejde med / In collaboration with The Why Foundation)

Ons / Wed 8 Mar, 19.00 / 7pm (Film Screening)
World Stories: Innocent on Death Row
(I samarbejde med / In collaboration with The Why Foundation)

Ons / Wed 15 Mar, 17.00 / 5pm
CPH:DOX

Ons / Wed  22 Mar, 17.00 / 5pm
CPH:DOX

Ons / Wed  29 Mar, 17.00 / 5pm (Talk & film programme)
Toke Lykkeberg: Welcome Too Late

Ons / Wed  5 Apr, 17.00 / 5pm
Film programme: Welcome Too Late

Ons / Wed  12 Apr, 17.00 / 5pm
Film programme: Welcome Too Late

Ons / Wed 19 Apr, 17.00 / 5pm
Film programme: Welcome Too Late

Ons / Wed 26 Apr, 17.00 / 5pm (Talk & Film Screening)
Joachim Hamou: United Israel Palestine UIP27

Ons / Wed 3 Maj, 17:30 / 5.30pm (Talk & Film Screening)
Copenhagen Architecture Festival: Tales from Paradise

Fre / Fri 6 Maj, 15:00 / 3pm (Filmscreening)
Copenhagen Architecture Festival: Den usynlige by / Flotel Europa

Ons / Wed 10 Maj, 17:00 / 5pm (Talk & live video performance)
Sam Smith: “E.1027”

Ons / Wed 10 Maj, 18:30 / 6.30pm (Filmscreening)
Maria Lassning: Art Education + Shapes 

Ons / Wed 17 Maj, 17:00 / 5pm (Talk & Filmscreening)
Et Tværæstetisk Samarbejde

Ons / Wed 14 Jun, 17:00 / 5pm (Talk & Filmscreening)
Other Story: Young Refugee

Ons / Wed 21 Jun, 17:00 / 5pm (Filmscreening)
Lise Autogena & Joshua Portway: Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld

KONTAKT
Programansvarlig
Anne Mikél Jensen
T. +45 33 74 46 31
E. annemj@kunsthalcharlottenborg.dk