UNRAVEL: the longest hand painted film in Britain

February 9, 2012 § Leave a comment

Peripherique presents

UNRAVEL: the longest hand painted film in Britain

22nd February 2012, 6pm – 8pm

The next event in the series is led by Chris Daniels who worked as an Information Assistant at the Institute during 2004 before leaving to study at the Royal College of Art where he won the Deutsche Bank Award for Art in 2010.

For Peripherique Chris will be talking about ‘Unravel: the longest hand painted film in Britain’. In collaborative events involving national film venues, art galleries, community spaces and educational institutions Unravel has travelled up and down the country, when completed it will amount to 16 hours of film footage where each frame represents one metre of their 879 mile journey between Lands End and John O Groats.

Along with Chris’ regular Leeds based collaborators, experimental film collective Okolab, this Peripherique event presents sections of the raw and completed footage and explains the development of the project.

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Unravel are Chris Daniels and Maria Anastassiou

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