Film Bee: Visions of Collisions

Image of a performance by Film Bee, 'Visions of Collisions'

Visions of Collisions uses and misuses analogue film to deconstruct and rebuild the cinema experience in the spirit of ‘agonism’ – the idea of embracing and bringing about the conditions for the forceful clash of ideas, perspectives and viewpoints. Visions of Collisions will invigorate a cinema architecture designed for passivity and anonymity. Expect a metaphorical, and occasionally literal, collision of images, words and objects.

Selected as part of the Projections open call.

Thursday 26 September 2019
18.00
Tyneside Cinema (Electra)
Book tickets
£6/£4

About the artists

Newcastle-based collective Film Bee shoot film and operate projectors like musical improvisers. Started in 2003 by artists with interests in working collaboratively, as a group they are more often associated with the Star and Shadow Cinema, where they are based and have performed previously. They have built and dismantled three film labs in Newcastle and will soon be building a new one inside the new Star and Shadow.