Frieze Film: Lucy Raven

4 Oct 2018
7 Oct 2018
Frieze London
London, NW1 4LL
United Kingdom

Inspired by the 1991 volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines and the subsequent evacuation of nearby US military stronghold Clark Air Base, Lucy Raven has created a short film focused on the material erupted by the volcano—a molten pyroclastic ash flow called lahars, also known as wet concrete, for its ability to bury and immobilize everything in its path.

The 2018 Frieze Film programme will explore natural, technological and psychological means of mass communication and control. The films will premiere at Frieze London at 3pm on Thursday 4 October and play daily in the Auditorium at 3pm.