<em>Projection Series #11: An Oceanic Feeling</em>. Photo Bryan James

Projection Series #11: An Oceanic Feeling. Photo Bryan James

An Oceanic Feeling

  • Sat 6 Oct 2018
  • 1—2:55PM
  • Len Lye Centre Cinema
  • Free entry
  • Donations appreciated
  • Wheelchair spaces available

We screen Noël Burch and Allan Sekula’s The Forgotten Space (2010) as part of the Projection Series #11: An Oceanic Feeling programme, curated by Govett-Brewster’s 2017 International Film Curator in Residence Erika Balsom.

The artists undertake an expansive and essayistic investigation of global capital through an unassuming mid-century invention: the shipping container. This innovation revolutionised the transport of goods by sea, dramatically increasing volume, decreasing costs, and reshaping the world economy. In the wake of the 2008 financial crisis, the filmmakers travel across the oceans, interviewing diverse individuals who have little in common save for the fact that their lives have been touched in some way by the ‘floating warehouses’ that allow factories to become ‘ship-like’ and relocate overseas in search of cheap labour.

112 min., digital video, colour and sound, exempt, courtesy of Doc.Eye Film


Pick up your complimentary brochure, Projection Series #11: An Oceanic Feeling, from front desk which includes an essay by the curator Erika Balsom and details on each of the films, or download it here.
 




Noël Burch and Allan Sekula <em>The Forgotten Space</em> 2010. Courtesy of Doc.Eye Film

Noël Burch and Allan Sekula The Forgotten Space 2010. Courtesy of Doc.Eye Film

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