Chloé Maillet and Louise Hervé, The Wall that Bleeds, 2012, 5mins

 

approach to Cain Holy

On the approach

Cain Holy

Cairn Holy

The Alignments

The Alignments

In the heart of Cairn Holy

In the heart

Sumbeams at Cain holy

Casting Shadows

Top of the Cairn

Top of the Cairn

 

 

The International Institute
for Important Items
Louise Hervé and Chloé Maillet

Friday 29 September 2017, 6.10pm

Filmhouse Cinema Edinburgh,
88 Lothian Road, EH3 9BZ
Followed by a Q&A with the artists after the screening

Rhubaba is proud to present a screening of the work of artist duo Louise Hervé and Chloé Maillet in collaboration with Filmhouse. A presentation covering five years of their work together, the four films on show will lead us through different aspects of their practice which concerns science fiction, time travel, historical reconstruction and the progress of human potential. Moving between the roles of amateur geologists, tour guides and time travellers, Chloe and Louise lead the viewer through multifarious impossible possibilities, off-planet potentials, speculative methodologies and a science of imaginary solutions.

Screening order:
The Wall that Bleeds (2012, 5mins, in 16mm)
A Recess and a Reconstruction (2011, 20mins)
Spectacles without Objects (2016, 33min)
The Waterway (2014, 23min)

Book tickets here 

We are pleased to host an accompanying lecture by Louise and Chloé at Edinburgh College of Art, Main Lecture Theatre, Friday 29th September, time tbc, free.