Films from the dslcollection | Film Screening
Explore contemporary Chinese art and film-making in this special screening of films from the dslcollection. Featuring works which touch on historical events, the environment and the history of art. The screening offers the opportunity to delve into the diverse contemporary practice in China, offering insight into the latest technological practices in film making, including the use of three-dimensional computer-based technology to create virtual realities and image montages.
Visitors are invited to drop in from one film or stay for the whole session to see them all. All screenings are free to Photo London ticket and pass holders, on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Sunday 20 May
2.10 – 2.40pm Qui Anxiong, The New Book of Mountains and Seas, 2006
2.40 – 2.55pm Zhang Ding, Great Era, 2007
2.55 – 3.10pm Miao Xiaochun, Microcosm, 2007 – 2008
3.10 – 3.20pm Wang Sichun, Truth 9.23, 2014
3.20 – 3.25pm Cheng Ran, Joss, 2013
3.25 – 3.30pm Yang Yongliang, Phantom Landscape, 2010
3.30 – 4pm Feli Yang, Wind and Water, 2018
Find out more about each film here
dslcollection is a private collection founded by Sylvain and Dominique Levy, which features Chinese contemporary art representing over 350 of the leading Chinese avant-garde artists, and includes paintings, sculpture, installation and video. The key factors that differentiate the dslcollection are its unique acquisition policy and its use of the latest technology.