Filmform presents an evening of subversive film and video works at the Gothenburg Film Festival. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion.
While the concept of provocation has become something of a cliché, today´s artists are using more subtle ways of challenging society´s values and standards. For this evening, Filmform has put together a program of historically interesting films and videos which question and problematize the notion of provocative film making.
Kjartan Slettemark: Högpartiet (1970)
Kenneth Anger: Fireworks (1947)
Charles Atlas: Son of Sam and Delilah (1991)
Jean Gênet: Un Chant d’Amour (1950)
Gordon Matta-Clark: Clockshower (1973)
Takashi Ito: Spacy (1981)
Martha Rosler: Losing – A Conversation with the Parents (1977)
- Presented by Filmform. Panel discussion arranged by:
- Paletten magazine