Join us in the Arts Bar & Café for an evening of films combining the old with the new, Dot Dot Dash Dot sees three short ‘dots’ from emerging artists screened alongside a longer ‘dash’ from an established artist. This month artists will respond to the theme of private/public, films that start with biography and end far beyond.
Our 'dash' will be art-documentary Fame Asylum, which follows Richard DeDomenici’s brave and controversial quest to create the UK’s first asylum seeker boyband. Our carefully selected 'dots' will be On and After Suede... by Ikjung Cho; This is a Short Movie Because I Don’t Like to Wallow in Self Pity by Neil Ira Needleman; Hargiesa by Robert Watkins and InsideOut by Tonje Alice Madsen
The evening will be filled with popcorn, projections and limited edition artworks created by Artsadmin's youth board. The screenings will be followed by an open and informal discussion around private/public and it's wider contexts.
10 November 2011
Artsadmin Youth Board Presents: Dot Dot Dash Dot
28 Commercial Street
T 020 7650 2350