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Xcèntric 2019

The threat of time. Anne Charlotte Robertson/Carolee Schneemann

The CCCB's cinema

Audiovisuals

This programme gathers autobiographical, emotional and home-based filming to do with the intimacy and feelings based on daily life, grief and loss, and was originally shot in Super 8. «What interested me was the threat of time. Sooner or later, time would weed out that fabric of love and affection» (Schneemann).

My Cat, My Garden and 9/11, Anne Charlotte Robertson, 2001, Super 8, 6 min; Five Year Diary, Reel 81 – Mourning Emily, Anne Charlotte Robertson, 1995, Super 8, 27 min; Kitsch’s Last Meal, Carolee Schneemann, 1973-78, Super 8, 54 min

Digital projection.

Picture courtesy of Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York.

Directors: Anne-Charlotte Robertson, Carolee Schneemann

This activity is part of Xcèntric 2019

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