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Remix, Rewind, Play: Experiments in Narrative

film still of Christian Marclay The Clock 2010 showing the top half of a clock face

Christian Marclay The Clock 2010. Single channel video, duration: 24 hours © the artist. Courtesy White Cube, London and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

How are artists, musicians, writers and film-makers experimenting with narrative form?

Join a panel discussion considering the most innovative contemporary approaches to narrative across different media and artistic forms including London-based producer and artist Beatrice Dillon.

This event has been provided by Tate Foundation on behalf of Tate Enterprises LTD​​.


Beatrice Dillon

Beatrice Dillon is an artist, producer, and NTS DJ with acclaimed solo releases, remixes and collaborations across Hessle Audio, Boomkat Editions, The Trilogy Tapes, PAN, Timedance and Where To Now? etc. Recent performances include Tokyo wwwx, Documenta Athens, Barbican Centre, MUTEK Montreal, Cairo’s Masåfåt, Moscow Save, Dekmantel, York Mediale and Borealis Norway. She has produced solo performance-commissions for Lisson Gallery, AND Festival, Somerset House Studios as well as collaborated with international visual artists and dance choreographers across ICA, TATE, Southbank Centre, York Mediale, Centre d’Art Contemporain Geneva, Nasher Dallas and Mona Tasmania amongst others. Dillon was the recipient of Wysing Arts Centre’s artist residency in 2016 and is a resident artist at Somerset House Studios.

Adham Faramawy

Adham Faramawy is an artist based in London. His work spans media including moving image, sculptural installation and print, engaging and using technology to discuss issues of materiality, touch, embodiment and identity construction. Solo exhibitions include There’s this thing, this feeling... Naughton Gallery, Belfast; Janus Collapse (the juice box edition), The Bluecoat, Liverpool; Feels Real, Marian Cramer Projects, Amsterdam and Hydra, Cell Projects, London.

In 2018 Adham presented a show on virtual reality for BBC Radio 4 and had a performative make up tutorial broadcast on Channel 4. Adham was shortlisted for the Jarman award 2017 and his video works have been included in screening events such as Flatness, Oberhausen Film Festival, Syndrome of a Decade, Ikono Film Festival, Diamond Dust- A shifting grammar of originality, Circa Projects, Edinburgh Arts Festival and 21st Century Pop at the ICA, London touring to Turner Contemporary, Margate, MK, Milton Keynes, Cornerhouse, Manchester and Tramway in Glasgow.

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27 November 2018 at 18.30–20.00

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The J Isaacs Charitable Trust