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Frieze Film

Frieze Film artists introduce their new commissions in the auditorium

London

5 Oct

Alex Bag, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Gabríela Friðriksdóttir and Raphaela Vogel will premiere new works at Frieze London 2017

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Highly influential American artist Alex Bag subverts the vocabularies of advertising, music videos and reality TV to critique today’s neo-liberal structures

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Peopled with hybrid and sexually charged beings, the meditative video works of the Icelandic artist are fed by Nordic sagas and irrational drives

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Photo credit: Andrea Avezzu

Mixing pop culture with elements of Surrealism, the French artist's theatrical films take history or myth as their points of departure to create a ‘patchwork narration’

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Using a drone to film her own body from a ‘hornet perspective’, the German artist questions the fe/male gaze, and how technology interferes with the physical self.

Documentary - 16 Feb 2017

Why did artist Eric Wesley take over a disused Taco Bell in Middle America?

Artists' Film - 22 Sep 2016

Ahead of Samson Kambalu's new work as part of this year's Frieze Film, a look at some of the films made under his ‘Nyau cinema rules’

Artists' Film - 18 Sep 2016

In anticipation of his new work for Frieze Film, Ming Wong reflects on his 2012 ode to Roman Polanski

Ming Wong, Aku Akan Bertahan / I Will Survive (production still), 2015. Three-channel video installation, running time variable. Courtesy the artist, Vitamin Creative Space, Guangzhou and carlier | gebauer, Berlin
 

Samson Kambalu, Rachel Maclean, Shana Moulton and Ming Wong premiere new commissions

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Samson Kambalu, Dancer in the Woods, 2014, digital video, colour, 34 sec

The artist's new work from his series of spontaneous site-specific performances

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Rachel Maclean, The Lion and The Unicorn, 2012 (still)

Hyper-saturated videos unfold narratives through characters that quote classic films