Image still from Approach to Mundi Mundi: Silverton Road/Mundi Mundi, 2007.
c-type print, 120 x 120 cm, Edition of 5, © Shaun Gladwell.
Courtesy Anna Schwartz Gallery.
As the sun goes down over Acton Peninsula, kick back and enjoy an evening of short films from across the globe.
First up, join speculative architect Liam Young and a fictional Kim Kardashian as they go on a storytelling walking tour through the flickering screen and beyond the fog of the cloud, in “Kim Kardashian and the Dark Side of the Screen”. The pair explore City Everywhere, a fictional city of the near future, extrapolated from the fears and wonders of an increasingly complex present. With spoken word and a rapid fire assault of film, animation and live sound mixing, Liam and Kim journey to a place found somewhere between the real and the imagined, stitched together from fragments of distant landscapes, extreme mega cities and designed urban fictions.
Next up will be a screening of the finalist short films from the global short film competition, anthropoScene. The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects in partnership with the National Museum of Australia and LA+ Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture, invited submissions short films on the general subject of the new epoch of the Anthropocene. The ultimate winner of the $10K prize money will be determined via audience participation at the screening.
- Beverages and movies snacks available for purchase
- BYO picnic rugs and cushions
- This is a 18+ Event
- This event is outdoors and will only be cancelled if the weather is torrential