Co-op Dialogues 1966-2016: Malcolm Le Grice and Matthew Noel-Tod

Monday 16 May, 7.00 – 9.00pm

Tate Britain

Since the 1960s Malcolm Le Grice (UK, 1940) has been one of Britain’s most radical and innovative filmmakers and theorists, questioning and experimenting with the material, structural and experiential processes of cinema.

Matthew Noel-Tod (UK, 1978)’s films often reframe narrative cinema in relation to experimental moving image, conceptual art, philosophy and literature.

A selection of works by Le Grice and Noel-Tod will be screened, followed by a conversation between the artists.

Two perfume bottles on a black background. The female shaped one is spraying perfume at the male one.


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