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What Will We Do With What Is Left? - A multi-screen film installation
From Saturday 09 December 2017 -  11:00am
To Sunday 10 December 2017 - 06:00pm

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Only showing Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th December

Palestine Museum & Cultural Centre
27 Broad Street, Bristol, BS1 2HG

Open 11am - 6pm Saturday and Sunday
Free entry | Donations welcome

About the Exhibition:

Existing somewhere between documentary, ethnographic study and personal reflection What Will We Do With What is Left explores representations of Palestine through the prism of Jenin Refugee Camp in the Occupied Territories of Palestine.

Framed as a series of experiments in form, this work in progress installation focuses in part on the physical act of documentation;
does it have the potential to distort the intention of the subject or does a new explicable truth surface?

Using unique material filmed in Jenin since 2011, this multi screen installation is supported by Arts Council of Wales and Chapter.
 
About the Artists:
 
SIMON CLODE

Simon Clode is an Artist/Filmmaker whose work intercuts many disciplines. He is the founder of Crowblack films Limited a newly created company that separates his previous corporate work from his Documentary and Visual Art practise. Simon's work has slowly shifted in recent years from commercial video to Visual Arts, his interests lying in ethnographic, environmental and global political commentary. 

MATT SMITH

Matt Smith is a UK based Digital Media Artist. He is the founder of VIDEOfeet, a UK based art collective that unite a wide range of disciplines including film, sound art/design, performance installation, and visual art. He has an open approach to collaboration, with an aim to continually develop new practices and accessions to his work, which in turn suggest new artistic directions. His work has explored the relationship between online presence and real experience, how digital communication affects human consciousness and, recently, how our perceptions of time affect our understanding of ourselves, each other and of reality itself. His aim is to create experiences that tell unique stories that play with our sense of physicality, the aural landscape that surrounds us and what we visually accept as the truth.

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