Join us for a closing event for the exhibition ‘Tests on previsualisation. Tests on dredging. Tests on floaters’ by Collette Rayner. This will be the penultimate chance to view the exhibition, as well as a screening of moving image works by WET Collective, and the launch of a new artist edition print by Collette.
All part of Cultural Quarter Lates, a programme of free visual art activity across Leicester’s Cultural Quarter.
Screening: ‘So-Called’ (WET Collective)
6-7pm in the main gallery space (Drop in, no additional booking required)
Curated by Wet Collective and presented by Collette Rayner, Two Queens Invites you to the screening session ‘So-Called’.
Programmed around the main themes of the exhibition and Collette Rayner’s ongoing body of research, the films expand on themes of soft-core science fiction, transcendence of realities and bodily experience and forms of animation. The screening will include works by Piotr Bosacki, Erika Roux & Anni Puolakka and Jaakko Pallasvuo.
WET is a Rotterdam-based production and distribution cooperative for film, video and artists’ moving image founded by Anna Maria Łuczak, Erika Roux, Marta Hryniuk, Nick Thomas and Sophie Bates. Working within a spectrum of contemporary moving image practices WET pursues a mode of production based on collaboration and mutual support. WET assists in the production of works through the exchange of labour, equipment and expertise.
WET is also a platform for distribution, curating and programming, with a focus on works which question existing film orthodoxies, and which propose alternative (social, historical, political and aesthetic) perspectives on the medium. Wet is currently running Lounge a monthly expanded screening at Tent in Rotterdam.
This event is made possible by public funding from the National Lottery through Arts Council England and De Montfort University.