Previously at the ICA - Films
27 Jun 2014
The final public event of the day is a screening of Into Eternity: a Film for the Future, a documentary film on the safety of nuclear storage. It raises the question of the authorities' responsibility to ensure compliance with relatively new safety criteria legislation and the principles at the core of nuclear waste.
Part of Koki Tanaka's Precarious Tasks #9, a series of events over a period of 24hrs that he refers to as ‘actions’. The events are programmed within a loose framework shaped by communal involvement and group experiences of everyday rituals that refer to past iterations of his ongoing series of works entitled Precarious Tasks. Audiences are welcome to drop in and out of the events throughout the day and night.
In partnership with ArtWorks: Developing Practice in Participatory Settings, a Paul Hamlyn Special Initiative.
Michael Madsen, Into Eternity: A Film for Future, Denmark 2010, 75 mins
Please note that all films are 18+ unless otherwise stated. The feature will start approximately 15 minutes after the listed start time.