Previously at the ICA - Films
11 Jun 2011 – 12 Jun 2011
Grace Ndiritu practice seeks to examine the complex ways in which we consume images of otherness, be they uncanny locations or other notions of foreignness. She has completed studio residencies at De Ateliers, Amsterdam and Delfina Studio Trust, London. Ndiritu’s work has been commissioned or shown at International Centre for Photography, New York; Chisenhale Gallery, London; Studio Museum, New York; Artprojx, London the 51st Venice Biennale and Ikon, Birmingham. Her work is also housed in museum collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
This survey explores the diverse range in thematic subjects, unique conceptual frameworks and radical film-making processes in Ndiritu's practice. Including critically acclaimed early films such as The Nightingale (2003), and her series My Blood Self (2006-2008), in which she evokes the history of feminist performance video through the impact of war, global politics and poverty, the programme also features London premieres from her series Journeys North (2009) made in Alaska, and her latest work, A Week In the News (2010).
Daily 2pm - Screening 1:
Works inspired by human rights and socio-political issues: New Global Performance series (2003 -2004) & My Blood Self series (2006-2008)
Daily 4pm - Screening 2:
Works inspired by environmental, indigenous issues and global news media Natural Disasters series (2007), Journeys North series (2009) & A Week in the News series (2010)
Presented in association with London Consortium