Previously at the ICA - Films

Lisa Oppenheim, Still from Cathay, 2010, Synchronized double 16mm film

Artists' Film Club: Lisa Oppenheim - Double

9 Feb 2012

New York based filmmaker and artist Lisa Oppenheim continues her exploration of the relationship between process and subject in film. Literalising the observation that film doubles its subjects as well as their celluloid manifestations, she presents in Double a program of double 16mm projections including films by Nashashibi/Skaer, Ursula Mayer, and herself. The screening will be followed by a conversation between Lisa Oppenheim and Lisa Le Feuvre, Head of Sculpture Studies at the Henry Moore Institute.

Lisa Oppenheim is a New York-based artist whose film and photography has been exhibited widely, including recently at Art Basel 42 and Performa 11. She has been screened at Tate St Ives, Tate Modern and NYC’s New Museum, and participated in group shows at Guggenheims in Bilbao, New York and Berlin, and elsewhere. Oppenheim (is represented by Galerie Juliette Jongma in Amsterdam, Harris Lieberman in New York, Klosterfede in Berlin and The Approach in London) and is a graduate of the Whitney Museum's Independent Study Program and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam.

Lisa Le Feuvre is Head of Sculpture Studies at the Henry Moore Institute, a centre for the study of sculpture in Leeds. Currently the Institute is developing solo exhibitions with Michael Dean, John McCracken. Phyllida Barlow and Sarah Lucas, and a research programme on the history of exhibition sculpture. Le Feuvre was co-curator, with Tom Morton, of British Art Show 7: In the Days of the Comet. Between 2005 and 2009 she directed the contemporary art programme at the National Maritime Museum, with other curatorial projects staged in spaces across the UK, Le Feuvre regularly contributes to journals, publications and exhibition catalogues, including the 2010 edited publication Failure, published by Whitechapel Art Gallery/MIT Press. Between 2004 and 2010 she taught on the postgraduate Curatorial Programme in the Department of Art at Goldsmiths, University of London. 

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