Juan DelGado’s audiovisual commission ‘The Flickering Darkness (Revisited)’ – Sat 8 Nov 2014 – CILAVS at Birkbeck University of London

The Centre for Iberian and Latin American Visual Studies (CILAVS) at Birkbeck University of London warmly invites you to

Juan delGado
The Flickering Darkness (Revisited)

Saturday 8 November 2015, 2.00-5.00pm
Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, London WC1H 0PD

Artist Juan delGado will present his recent commission The Flickering Darkness (Revisited) alongside the work by Agata Lulkowska. A panel will analyse and reflect on his audiovisual work to improve the understanding of current food policies and their impact in society and art by elaborating on the political and economic factors that promote them.

Juan delGado’s The Flickering Darkness (Revisited) is a video installation filmed at the Corabastos market in Bogotá. The market is the largest of its kind in Latin America. Produced during a three-month residency in the city in 2009 and re-edited for this exhibition, the project explores the journey produce sold at the market takes, from its arrival before dawn to its consumption. Reflecting on the idea of belonging, and the need we all have for locating ourselves in an environment, it creates sense out of the city’s chaos and order, while inviting wider reflections on society’s strata and how they fit together.

For more details visit http://www.bbk.ac.uk/cilavs/events#delGado

Please follow the link below to register

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/panel-discussion-the-flickering-darkness-the-implications-of-food-policy-in-society-and-art-tickets-13334119711

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