2018.07.01 - 2018.07.01
Film Screening | The Eye-Me-Not (Carlos Amorales, 2015)
The film will be shown on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 5pm throughout the entire exhibition period.
About the film:
A servant of two European children, in his opium haze, revisits an Inuit
myth. The myth tells the story of a man who has become invisible to the
eyes of European merchants, with whom he tries to exchange his goods.
The film is a collage of visual and conceptual references.
Running time: 50 min.
Where: the Annex on the 2nd floor.
About the exhibition:
Röda Sten Konsthall's Summer exhibition (9 June-19 August) deals with the limitations of language. We depend on language to make contact, to share experiences. We also turn to language in our struggle to both describe and understand the world we live in. But sometimes there are no words… and other forms of expression are called upon. The works by Carlos Amorales, Erkan Özgen and Carla Zaccagnini, gather around silences, at the point where we sense the limits of language and the urge to tell a story differently begins.