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THURSDAY 29 APRIL – MONDAY 3 MAY

Born in a small town in West Germany, Dagie Brundert is a Berlin-based filmmaker and pinhole photographer who fell in love with her Super 8 camera in 1988. She has been an artist in residence at Echo Park Film Centre (Los Angeles) and LIFT (Toronto), and is the recipient of lifetime achievement awards for Super 8 films at Images Festival (Toronto) and Open Air Festival (Weiterstadt). Since 2008 she has delivered workshops across the world on alternative, eco-friendly film development techniques.


A contextual essay about this programme and a conversation with the artist will be published soon.

PROGRAMME

Jeans On – 0’50 – 2016
Snowelbe – 2’48 – 2016
Salt Eats Film – 0’58 – 2019
Katzenlotto – 2’49 – 2017
23 Barbie Dolls Collapse – 3’22 – 1988
Cowboy, Ride Faster and Faster – 1’55 – 1989
Mox – 2’40 – 1997
Chickpea Lotto – 3’15 – 2008
Swingchronicity – 1’26 – 2016
Lametta – 2’27 – 2019
All the Misery – 3’07 – 2018
Ach Leben! – 1’37 – 2002
Venus – 2’55 – 2019
Pep Ventura – 2’31 – 2013
Jacaranda – 2’14 – 2008
The Fruit Man on Alvarado Street – 1’42 – 2013
Alvarado / Sunset – 1’06 – 2008
Wash – 1’36 – 2019
Oceanwalk – 1’07 – 2019
Rusbus – 1’44 – 2011
2 Cowboys Smoking – 1’27 – 2017
How I Once Did Not Come Through a Wormhole – 3’46 – 2019
Yksi Katsi Kolme – 3’04 – 2020
Egg Lotto – 3’41 – 2020
Am I Rich? Am I Rich? Am I Rich? – 5’37 – 2015


Title image: 23 Barbie Dolls Collapse, Dagie Brundert, 1988; insert: Ach Leben!, Dagie Brundert, 2002

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