August - October 2020
F(r)ictions paired up with The 87 Press to bring you four films across the autumn season, melding video and poetry. The first film by Samra Mayanja, Scripted for a wayward narrator, 'borrows from Saidiya Hartman’s process of 'critical fabulation' (2008), and constructs slow fictional narratives about two members of the artist's family and their cyclical road to death and exile'.
The second installation is a short film by Sarah Gaafar: Let's go to lunch, habibi explores ideas of abandonment, anger and longing through disrupted and fragmented storytelling.
Further artists to be announced!
June 2020 @ Camden Art Centre
F(r)ictions x Camden Art Centre's Public Knowledge collaboration presented 10 films over the month of June 2020. This programme explored ideas around generational reverberations, queerness and nature, gender and labour, poetry as film, and more.
The theme for week one was 'Labour, reproduction, repetition' with films by Sam Lanchin, Katerina Mimikou and Rehana Zaman. Week two's theme was 'Motion and time' with Joanne Lee, Nicky Chue and Florence Low, April Lin and Summer M.