Co-presented by the PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art and Film POP:
Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Relic Traveller: Where You And I Come From, We Know That We Are Not Here Forever by Larry Achiampong, this screening reunites the works of Gillian Dykeman, Larry Achiampong, and long-term collaborator David Blandy.
In Finding Fanon Trilogy, Larry Achiampong and David Blandy recount a disastrous past. In these films, the human condition is pieced together from personal narratives set in a fictive future. Inspired by the lost plays of Frantz Fanon, Achiampong and Blandy consider Fanon’s ideas and examine post-colonial politics, in order to understand how these societal issues affect their own relationship. In Moon, Gillian Dykeman experiments with the idea of a future feminist utopia led by major earthworks. In her fictive future, these earthworks play a part in alien technology, which guide us all into a feminist utopia.
Dispatches from the Feminine Utopia, Gillian Dykeman | Canada, 2016 | 8 m 44 s
Moon, Gillian Dykeman│Canada, 2016 | 5 m 13 s
Finding Fanon Trilogy Part One, Larry Achiampong & David Blandy | United Kingdom, 2015 | 15 m 21 s
Finding Fanon Trilogy Part Two, Larry Achiampong & David Blandy | United Kingdom, 2015 | 9 m 13 s
Finding Fanon Trilogy Part Three, Larry Achiampong & David Blandy | United Kingdom, 2016-2017 | 14 m
Guest curated by Victoria Carrasco, PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art
• Cinéma Moderne
• $12 in advance only
• Assigned seating
• COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed.
• Films will presented in their original language.
• Event duration: 52 minutes