animate! the City at Articulated London

1 - 10 December 2006

Articulated is a free multi-sensory art exhibition by pioneering digital artists The Light Surgeons, bringing together a wide spectrum of interactive works, short films, live performance and theatre that investigates London and the city.

In collaboration with onedotzero festival, and commissioned by Nokia Nseries, artists from diverse backgrounds have created works which unravel a multitude of inter-connected human stories in the modern metropolis.

Throughout the ten days of Articulated, onedotzero’s cinematic and sonic exploration of the city presents guest speakers and screenings including James Price, Lenka Clayton, Iain Sinclair, Scanner aka Robin Rimbaud, Gareth Evans, Philip Ilson, Halloween, animate!, BFI Free Cinema, special onedotzero curated selections and more, including:

animate! the City in the continuous DVD-otheque.
animate! presents a dynamic, diverting, sometimes disturbing but always hugely imaginative exploration of urban lives and locales. Nine wide-ranging films, selected from the ever-expanding catalogue of animate! tv commissions, reveal fresh perspectives of the city:

13 by Simon Faithfull, Black, White & Green by Ian Bourn, Dad’s Dead by Chris Shepherd, Ferment by Ian Macmillan, Flight by Dryden Goodwin, The Nuclear Train by Daniel Saul, Soho Square by Mario Cavalli, Stressed by Karen Kelly and What She Wants by Ruth Lingford.

Sunday 3 December 2006 14:30
Halloween Festival Director and animate! Coordinator Philip Ilson discusses city-themed shorts and the curation of the animate! the City programme with Gareth Evans, film critic, animate! Editor and Editor of film magazine Vertigo.

Oxo Tower Wharf
Bargehouse Street
South Bank
London SE1 9PH
phone: (020) 8237 1111
nearest tube station: Waterloo or Southwark
admission: free, non-ticketed on a first come first served basis

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