Gasworks – Residencies Open Studio Weekend

Cristiano Lenhardt , Retratante & Retratado (Portrayer & Portrayed), video, 2’00”, 2007

Residencies Open Studio weekend starts on Friday, March 22nd, at 7.30pm.

Residency artists Alexandra Ferreira & Bettina Wind (Portugal / Germany), Cristiano Lenhardt (Brazil) and Sahej Rahal (India) conclude their residencies by opening their studios to the public, giving visitors a unique opportunity to meet with them and explore the work they have produced during their time in London.

Cristiano Lenhardt is a PIPA artist. To learn more about his career and view some of his works, access his page:

Cristiano Lenhardt

OPEN STUDIO TOUR
FRIDAY 22 MARCH, 7.30pm

Residencies Programmer Rowan Geddis leads an informal tour of the residency artists’ studios, introducing the projects developed during the artists’ time at Gasworks.

PERFORMANCE: BHRAMANA III
FRIDAY 22 MARCH: 5.30-6.30pm (Starts and ends at Gasworks)

Sahej Rahal presents the third manifestation of his live, shamanistic Bhramana series of performances, inspired by the research he has conducted during his residency. Starting out at Gasworks and navigating to nearby Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, the performance feature sculptures made out of discarded materials the artist has sourced from across the city.

EVENT: REFRAINING // IMPROVISAÇÕES SOB(RE) EXÍLIO
SATURDAY 23 MARCH, 4-5pm

Alexandra Ferreira and Bettina Wind present an audio-visual event that animates their research on Brazilian musicians Gilberto Gil and Caetano Veloso.

Gaswork’s current exhibition The Black Cave by Beatriz Santiago Muñoz is also on show throughout the weekend.

THE BLACK CAVE SCREENING PROGRAMME

SATURDAY 23 MARCH & SUNDAY 24 MARCH
Screenings take place at Tate Modern, Starr Auditorium.
£5 / £4 concessions per day

SATURDAY 23 MARCH, 7pm

DE CIERTA MANERA (ONE WAY OR ANOTHER)
(Sara Gómez, Cuba, 1974, 78 min)

SUNDAY 24 MARCH, 4pm

SÁBADO DE MIERDA (SATURDAY OF SHIT)
(Gregorio Rocha and Sarah Minter, Mexico, 1988, 25 min)
REASSEMBLAGE
(Trinh T Minh-Ha, 1982, 40min, 16mm)
PRISONER’S CINEMA
(Beatriz Santiago Muñoz, Puerto Rico, 2013, 35 min)

SCREENING: EL PUENTE

MONDAY 25 MARCH, 7pm
At Gasworks
El Puente (Amílcar Tirado, Puerto Rico, 1954, 50 min) portrays a rural community in Puerto Rico struggling to cope with the devastation of an overflowing river which threatens to derail their children’s schooling.

All events are free (apart from where specified), but booking is recommended for some events.
To book please email booking@gasworks.org.uk or call +44(0)20 7587 5202.

Gasworks
155 Vauxhall Street
London SE11 5RH



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