Screening: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Ange Leccia
Screening: Thom Andersen, Los Angeles Plays Itself
Performance: Studio for Propositional Cinema
Last Weeks: John Skoog and Emanuel Röhss, Mad Horizon

 During the winter of 1999/2000, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and her collaborator Ange Leccia spend a few months filming in the western deserts of the US. The resulting film “Gold” will be screened for the first time in Scandinavia as a 35mm copy, together with a second film by Gonzalez-Foerster, “Atomic Park”, organized together with Film i Samtidskonsten.

 “Los Angeles Plays Itself” is a three hours long journey through the ways Los Angeles has been presented in movies. Made almost entirely from clips from other films, it’s a fiercely political attempt to reconcile the multiple cinematic identities of the city as a subject and urban reality. The screening, organized with Film i Samtidskonsten, is part of the exhibition program for “Mad Horizon”.

 As part of the exhibition “Mad Horizon”, and as its closing point, Studio for Propositional Cinema present a new play, a live reading by two actors. The event presents a text in the form of a provisional theatrical staging, with two characters whose address constantly shifts between the audience and each other, themselves.

 John Skoog and Emanuel Röhss’ exhibition “Mad Horizon”, the first major presentation of the artists in their native country Sweden, ends on 4 December. For the final weekend, we present an extensive program of events, including a performance by Carl Michael von Hausswolff (Sat 3 December, 19:00) and a talk and tour with artist John Skoog (Sun 4 December, 14:30).

Upcoming Program
Premiere Screening: Axel Petersén, 6 DEGREES OF MUSTAFA ARHAN, Wed 21 November, 19:00