Art bite: The Sum and the Parts
  • Plymouth Arts Centre, Looe Street, Plymouth

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The history of Avant-gardes is usually separated into art genres and while this makes for tidy narratives, the reality is that Avant-garde artists have always taken a more chaotic and expansive approach. Ben Borthwick, Artistic Director at Plymouth Arts Centre, will discuss how the social relationships between artists, musicians and others, results in interdisciplinary thinking and experimental breakthroughs.

Date: Thursday 23 February
Time: 13:00
Venue: Plymouth Arts Centre
Ticket information: Free admission, booking not required

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Horror Film 1 is a live shadow performance from 1971. Approximately 15 minutes. Uses three 16mm projectors with changing colour loops and a recorded sound track of breathing. © Le Grice.

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Born in Plymouth, Malcolm Le Grice pioneered new ways of presenting moving image as multi-screen projection and installation in the 1960s. He is recognised as being one of Britain’s most innovative and experimental film-makers.

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