Previously at the ICA - Films
2 Feb 2013
9 Intervals is a multi-episode digital film by Aurélien Froment which uses the common chair and the seated position of the cinema viewer as a way of addressing the relationship between design and body, viewer and image. Over recent months each episode has been presented before selected feature films in the ICA's cinema programme. This event is an opportunity to see all nine episodes as a single omnibus screening with a recorded introduction by Peggy Phelan, professor of performance theory at Stanford University.
9 Intervals is a Pavilion project. The touring of the work is funded by Arts Council England's strategic touring programme. www.9intervals.org.uk