21 June 2012, 6.30pm
To coincide with the fabled alignment of the sun in Milton Keynes, on Midsummer, along three of the city’s boulevards, Inheritance Projects present a night of light invocations conjured through the medium of artist-film.
Three of Derek Jarman’s rarely seen Super 8 films will be screened alongside works from the Video Space programme My Body in the Heather, curated by Inheritance Projects and running from 7 – 27 June 2012.
The evening will include 16mm projections of films by Sarah Pucill and Lucy Reynolds.
Programme 1: Derek Jarman
Total running time: 30’50’’
Derek Jarman, A Journey to Avebury (1971), 10’. Super 8 transferred to DVD, colour. Courtesy of James MacKay.
Derek Jarman, The Art of Mirrors (1973), 5’50’’. Super 8 transferred to DVD, colour. Courtesy of James MacKay.
Derek Jarman, In the Shadow of the Sun (1974-81), [Extract]. Super 8 transferred to DVD, colour. Courtesy of James MacKay.
Programme 2: My Body Lying in the Heather
Total running time: 56’24’’
Lucy Reynolds, Lake (nocturne) (2007). 16mm, silent, b&w, 10′. Courtesy
of the artist.
Duncan Marquiss, Midday (2011). 16mm transferred to DV, silent, b&w, 3′. Courtesy of the artist.
Duncan Marquiss, Late Cinema (2009). 16mm transferred to DV, silent, colour, 5’24”. Courtesy of the artist.
Sarah Pucill, Blind Light (2007). 16mm, 22′. Courtesy of the artist and LUX, London.
Kim Coleman & Jenny Hogarth, If You Can’t See My Mirrors I Can’t See You (2010). Single channel video, 16′. Courtesy of the artists.