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What Are You Looking At?
Institute of Contemporary Arts
December 2022
Animal Antics, dir. Patrick Goddard, UK 2021, 38 min., English


Defiantly non-conformist, this selection of shorts offers multi-perspective musings on existence, from the humorous to the sublime.




Animal Antics
Sarah and talking dog Whoopsie take a trip to the zoo in Patrick Goddard’s absurdist comedy with a political edge.




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Rachel Maclean’s bright, emoji-feminist fairy tale-style touches a new darkness in her first completely animated short.




Child of Polycritus
2D Joan’s Immaculate Hair, Nails and Beauty salon hosts contemporary and historical figures of gender non-conformity, plus a televised CGI mythological baby.




Isn’t It a Beautiful World
Performers Soroya, Harry and Kenya lip-synch queer community experiences using archive sound, directed by London-based Joseph Wilson.




Diseased and Disorderly
Neuro-diverse artist Eden Kötting’s remarkable drawings, paintings and collages create an illusory, animated world where the rules change and everything is possible.




A Dream of Wholeness in Parts
Visually dramatic episodes shatter the colonial and the conventional in Sin Wai Kin’s (fka Victoria Sin) stunning exploration of desire, identity and fantasy.
 
03:20 pm
Sat, 16 Oct 2021
Cinema 1
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