Friday 24 September, 6:20pm
The survey of Salomé Lamas’ work opens with a screening of Lamas’ 2018 speculative comedy, followed by a Q&A with the Portuguese artist and filmmaker.
Saturday 25 September, 4pm
A programme of three works by Lamas experimenting with the autobiographical form, preceded by an introduction with Lamas.
Sunday 26 September, 6:30pm
A programme of two works by Lamas, including her debut feature, which contaminate each other with brutal depictions of society, followed by an extended conversation with the filmmaker.
Tuesday, 28 September, 8:45pm
A programme of two short films and a sound installation, manifesting Lamas’ versatile and intersectional work methodology.
Thursday 30 September, 8:45pm
Unfolding in a gold mine located in the Peruvian Andes, Salomé Lamas’s 2016 work tells complex, bleak stories through a haunting, contemplative form.
Friday 1 October, 6:30pm
Three early works from Salomé Lamas on representation, ruins and remains, nature, and the trace humans leave on it.
Saturday 2 October, 2:40pm
Four non-fiction works by Lamas exploring the margins and outskirts of our society in disparate and rich ways.
Sunday 3 October, 2:40pm
A screening of Lamas’ audio-visual piece designed for La Biennale di Venezia – Architettura 2018 precedes the screening of Extinction, one of her most recognized works to this day.