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Another new film screening event...

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matthewjhomer
matthewjhomer Community member Posts: 20 Connected
Hi everyone!

I would like to gauge your thoughts on the latest The Other Screen event which is coming up at The Fabrica Art Gallery in Brighton on the 17th of May. We're screening the documentary My Beautiful Broken Brain and will be joined by the filmmaker Lotje Sodderland. Full details and tickets can be found here...

https://www.facebook.com/theotherscreenbrighton/

Currently, Fabrica is hosting the David Shrigley Life Model II and my colleague is looking for life models to pose with it as part of our event on the 17th. Full details are included below this message and it would be great if you could circulate this amongst your network to see who would be interested.

Very best wishes,

Matt.

The Other Screen's second film event at Fabrica will be happening with David Shrigley's exhibit Life Model II in situ. We want to interact and disrupt this exhibit by surrounding the white plastic 'female' mannequin with our own bodies.

This month our theme is "brain activity," and we are focusing on invisible disabilities. The idea is to have a range of people with/without in/visible disabilities modelling to explore functional diversity and how not everything is as it seems.

We are looking for four to six volunteers to life model around the mannequin before the film screening. We would need you to be available from 6-7pm, and the experience would consist of you posing 6 times at 5 minutes each, for a total of half an hour. The audience will be invited to draw you as the model. You are of course welcome to stay for the film screening and discussion afterwards!

Please get in touch through our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/theotherscreenbrighton/, info@kylaharris.net, or 07850301418 if you are interested in being one of our models!

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