Previously at the ICA - Films

Silvia Casalino, No Gravity, 2011

Ada & After: Women Do Science [Fiction]: No Gravity + House Of Science

22 Nov 2014

Due to unforeseen circumstances this screening has been cancelled. Time Is Illmatic will now show in place of this screening.

No Gravity

Silvia Casalino is a young space engineer who dreams about going to space. Her captivating essay film traces an unusual personal and at times bizarre journey that connects her with icons of women in space (Lieutenant Uhura) and cyborg culture (Donna Haraway).

+ House of Science: A Museum of False Facts

A feminist investigation into science and art’s representation of women in society using home movies, collage, found footage and personal remembrances.

Multibuy offer:
£8 if you book for 2-4 screenings and £7 if you book for 5-7 screenings; offer only available on full price tickets

No Gravity, dir. Silvia Casalino, Germany 2011, 60 mins.

House of Science: A Museum of False Facts, dir. Lynne Sachs, USA 1991, 30 mins.

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