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ICA Quickfire: Screening of Energy Dairies Thursday 23rd August 2012

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An impromptu and informal screening of Energy Dairies in honour of Franz West, introduced by Sarah Lucas and Julian Simmons. Energy Dairies is a film of a conversation between Sarah Lucas, Philipp Quehenberger, Andreas Reiter Raabe, and Franz West.

Introducing the film, Gregor Muir, Executive Director ICA, Julian Simmons (who filmed the event) and Sarah Lucas will discuss in more detail what was said between the three artists–Lucas, Raabe and West–in the face of frequent sonic disruptions by Quehenberger, an electronic musician based in Vienna. The screening not only reflects on last year’s ICA presentation of West’s outdoor sculptures, but Lucas’ special connection with the artist who became a friend soon after his 2003 Whitechapel exhibition.

Energy Dairies, 65 mins, Royal Institution, 21 June 2010, Video Synthesis & Audio Processing: Julian Simmons, DVD/CD, Other Criteria.

Institute of Contemporary Arts The Mall Theatre London SW1Y 5AH
www.ica.org.uk/

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