22/06/2016 — 22/06/2016
Film Club: Ursula Mayer
London-based artist filmmaker and 2014 Jarman Award winner Ursula Mayer's recent films Medea (2013) and Gonda (2012) feature in this screening, alongside Cinesexual (2013). Mayer uses film, performance, and photography to create cinematic works that are rich in historical resonance. She employs text and images from film, philosophy, politics, and culture while creating complex and autonomous statements, or even speculations, on the contemporary human condition.
London-based filmmaker and 2014 Jarman Award winner Ursula Mayer’s recent films Medea (2013) and Gonda (2012) feature in this screening alongside other short works.
From May-July the Grundy will be hosting regular monthly screenings of films made by leading artists. The Grundy has teamed up with the ICA in London as part of a national network to introduce audiences to artists’ film.
Each screening will start at 5.30pm with an introduction by artist Chris Paul Daniels, and will be followed by a discussion, questions and refreshments. The programme is free to attend but booking is essential. Participants must be aged 18+.