12 Nov 2017 - 12 Jan 2018
“This sculpture and screening space proposes a free cinema, emerging out of a desire to make private viewing habits public. The cinema goes by the name This Light.”
As public space is rapidly moving into private property, and attention into the monetised distraction of streaming in solitude, this cinema activates viewing possibilities offered through networked technology. It opens up a subjective and meandering streaming of continuous content to a collective and public viewing experience.
The space is conceived and programmed with events and daily playlists by Andrew Norman Wilson and invited associates, as part of the exhibition Techne and the Decency of Means.
For the full programme and daily playlists, please visit:
Andrew Norman Wilson is an artist from suburban Massachusetts. After studying journalism and communications, he worked on various activist and documentary projects while employed as a commercial video producer. Since 2008 his work has been exhibited at the Whitney Museum; MoMA PS1, New York and Centre Pompidou, Paris. He has lectured at Harvard, Oxford and Cambridge University.