4th NOVEMBER 2017

This event is an extension in time and space of the Ferarra Residency, taking home the ideas of care and community explored there. The screening in the Deptford Cinema will show films made by participants of the Ferrara Residency.

Ferrara Residency is a one-month residency program for international artists which took place in the city of Ferrara, Italy, from the 2nd of September to the 4th of October 2017. This event, hosted by Deptford Cinema, will be an occasion to reunite the residency group in London and to show a series of film works that have been developed by some of the participating artists.

From 6.30 pm, we will screen films by Henry Bradley, Joe Campbell, Athene Greig & Sandi Hudson-Francis, George Jepson, Josefina Malmegård, Karolina Mikeskova and Lucie Kordacova. The program will consist of a mixture of recent works that were developed during the residency and previous works.

Following this, there will be a performance in the upstairs flat, the second in a series of sixtyseven collective collaborations. Aleks Horsfield will be performing 'The Need to Care', an installation considering the possibilities of sound and light as sculptural forces. Aleks’ work is rooted in conversations surrounding the dislocation of memory and the navigation of different registers of time.

Aleks’ performance follows the Cherche Encore performance of Less Scared in the same space in August 2017, and in Ferrara October 2017, parts of which will be screened throughout the evening.

A night of screenings organised in collaboration with sixtysevencollective (Lucie Kordacova and Adriana Kytkova) and resina
Thanks to Benjamin Whateley
Images by Adriana Kytkova and Lucie Kordacova

Flat Above (on loop, all the time):
Cherche Encore, Lucie Kordacova & Adriana Kytkova, "Too Scared performance film", 2017, (4 mins)
Lucie Kordacova & Karolina Mikeskova, "Meet Us at The Yard - Ilturco", 2017 (4 mins)
Performance Flat Above: Aleks Horsfield, “The Need to Care”
Deptford Cinema:
Sandi Hudson-Francis and Athene Greig, "Every Day, Now", 2017 (7 mins)
Sandi Hudson-Francis and Athene Greig, "Finding Our Faces", 2017 (2 mins)
George Jepson, "Either Native, or Naturalised", 2017, (5 mins)
Joe Campbell & Oscar Oldershaw, "Sulphur Spring", 2016, (3 mins)
Josefina Malmegård, "The Turning Behaviour", 2017, (7 mins)