Previously at the ICA - Films
24 Mar 2011
As part of the Nathaniel Mellors: Ourhouse exhibition, Nathaniel Mellors and Strange Attractor Journal editor Mark Pilkington have assembled a series of weekly events, consisting of a talk and a film, exploring some lesser-known intersections of culture, history, mind and nature.
You can book for either the talk or film seperately, or both together for a reduced rate.
Talk: Spinning with Spiders with Eleanor Morgan, 7pm
Artist and researcher Eleanor Morgan examines the mythical and material entanglements between humans and spiders, incorporating the history of our use of spiders’ silk, the courtship and mating of spiders, and spiders’ attraction to human music and song.
Film: Duet for Cannibals, 8.30pm
A tale of a pair of psychological and sexual cannibals who come close to devouring a young couple.
Dir. Susan Sontag, Sweden,1969, 105 mins, b&w, 16mm