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Friday 10 September – Tuesday 14 September 2010

Irish filmmaker Vivienne Dick moved to New York in 1975 and became a key figure of the 'No Wave' movement, a time of collaborative countercultural production by a loose collective of people including Nan Goldin, Lydia Lunch, James Nares, Beth and Scott B, Arto Lindsay and many others.
Shot on Super-8, 16mm and video, Dick's work is marked by an interest in individual transgression, urban street life, kitsch and pop culture. Multilayered and open-ended, the work is framed from a female perspective, with an overriding concern for social conditioning and sexual politics.
This survey of her remarkable films also includes a performance by Lydia Lunch, and discussions with Nan Goldin, Claire Pajaczkowska and Maeve Connolly, as well as films by other artists selected by Dick.
Curated by Treasa O'Brien and Vivienne Dick. Season ticket 20 (16 concessions).This series is related to the Exposed exhibition
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