UndergroundArtChannel:::언더그라운드아트채널 vol2

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Tate Modern_Ecstatic Visions

Ecstatic Visions
Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium
Saturday 19 September 2015, 16.00 – 18.00
£5, concessions available
Part of the series Embeddedness: Artist Films and Videos from Korea 1960s to Now

This programme features key works that show the opening up of artists’ film production in Korea following the democratic movements of the 1980s and 90s. Artists featured here arrived at experimental film from a number of different trajectories – as a form of rebellion against conventional film-making or having returned to Korea from studying overseas bringing a new awareness of international art and theory. The 1990s saw the founding of organisations such as the Korean Independent Film Association and the 1st Experimental Film Festival in 1994 held under the title Ecstatic Visions: The Aesthetic of New Media Film.

Wet Dream
김윤태/Kim Yoon-tae, Korea 1992, 16mm, colour, sound, 15 min
Over Me
임창재/Lim Chang-Jae, Korea 1996,16mm, black and white, sound, 18 min
Swing Diary
이난/Nan Lee, Korea 1996, 16mm, black and white & colour, sound, 13 min
박동현/Park Donghyun, Canada/USA 1998-2015, 16mm loop, colour, sound, approx. 4 min
Surface of Memory, Memory on Surface
이장욱/Lee Jang-wook, USA / Korea 1999, 16mm, colour & black and white, silent, 23 min
석성석/Suk, Sung-suk, Germany / Korea 2002, 16mm, black and white / colour, silent, 6 min

Programme duration: 77 min
Organised in collaboration with the Korean Cultural Centre UK, EXiS and LUX
Tate Film is supported by LUMA foundation


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