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Perplexed book release, launch party and exhibition. http://www.iamperplexed.tk
At The Cube Cinema, Dove Street South, Bristol, BS2 8JD
www.cubecinema.com 0117 9074190
Films In America 1929 -1969 is a wry new book work by Lady Lucy based on a book she found in The Cube Cinema Green Room. A re-appropriation of the first four decades of sound film, 41 film portraits – one for each year – including The Lady Vanishes, Little Women, The Philadelphia Story, Rear Window. The pictures don’t explicitly spell out which film each drawing represents, leaving the readers playing a guessing game. Collaborating with Cube designer Richard Starzecki and Old School Cube film programmer Ben Slater who has written an mesmerising piece of text to go in the ltd edition book.
Originally a Cube exhibition, this is the first series of new Perplexed commissions. Perplexed is the Cube Cinema’s publishing Imprint, established to release a series of open themed projects and to involve and inspire involvement among artists, photographers, designers, performers, and the never ending array of creative people associated with our place.
Films In America 1929 -1969 is published in a limited edition of 100 on
June 25th in conjunction with Movieoke the latest post modern leisure sensation
where it’s karaoke except with films. Ever wanted to act out a scene from you favourite film ? Nows your chance.
Heartthrobs , World Filmography 1968 all June at The Cube
To coincide with the book launch of Films In America Lady Lucy will be presenting the latest works from her ongoing “Book Of Books” projects. The Book of Books is an ongoing drawing investigation of old school popular culture books that Lady Lucy finds in charity shops, car boot fairs, 2nd hand book shops, garage sales, and other places that you’d find the monochrome illustrations that Lady Lucy uses as her inspiration. Heartthrobs are a series of portraits inspired by a book with a tag line ” The moody males of your dreams”. World Filmography 1968 is an installation composed of 100 drawings made from the photographic representations of a text book film survey of 1968.
Funded by The Arts Council of England