Workshop with Gastón Solnicki: The Sensuality of the End of an Empire
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Kékszakállú, Dir. Gastón Solnicki, Argentina, 2016, 72 min., Spanish


Hosted by film programmer, film critic and filmmaker Mark Peranson, this workshop will offer an in-depth discussion of Argentinian filmmaker Gastón Solnicki’s body of work. Through his distinctive filmmaking, Solnicki considers the material agglomeration of time, memory and human relationships within the architecture of the city. Drawing on films including Süden (2008), Papirosen (2011), Kékszakállú (2016), and FoR 2019’s Introduzione all’Oscuro, the workshop will consider Solnicki’s engagement with Western decadence, asking how an alternative cinema may aid in its disintegration.

Screening at this year’s FoR is Gastón Solnicki’s Introduzione all’Oscuro, a cinematic elegy to Hans Hurch, long-serving director of the Viennale.
 
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02:15 pm
Sat, 13 Apr 2019
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FRAMES of REPRESENTATION is presented in partnership with CHASE (Consortium for the Arts and Humanities South-East England).