Featuring three moving image works, this event delves into the allure of the home movie, how they shape our sense of self, fuel our nostalgia and capture collective experience through personal home-mode documentation. Drawing on existing research, this event seeks to understand how and when a memory truly defines who we are.
A repeat screening programme over two days with a brief artist discussion and accompanying publication with films by:
Writing from Aislinn Evans and Jethro Jones
This event is generously funded by Hope Scott Trust
Tickets are free
Donations welcome for publication and will go to Medical Aid Palestine.
This event is curated by Rachael K Ryder
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