Malcolm Le Grice

Born in May 1940, Malcolm Le Grice is a film and video artist whose work has been shown in many international film festivals and major art exhibitions including Documenta 6, Kassel, X-Screen at the Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, and Behind the Facts at the Fondacion Joan Miro, Barcelona. His work has been screened at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Louvre Museum in Paris and Tate Modern and Tate Britain. His films and videos are in permanent collections including: the Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; the Royal Belgian Film Archive, Brussels; the National Film Library of Australia, Canberra; and the German Cinamatheque Archive, Berlin. A number of longer films have been transmitted on British TV, including 'Finnegans Chin', 'Sketches for a Sensual Philosophy' and 'Chronos Fragmented'.

Le Grice has written critical and theoretical work including a history of experimental cinema 'Abstract Film and Beyond' (1977, Studio Vista and MIT) and has published numerous articles on film, video and digital media. Many of these have been collected and published under the title 'Experimental Cinema in the Digital Age' by the British Film Institute (2001).Le Grice is a Professor Emeritus of the University of the Arts London.

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  • Sat. Nov 9, 8:30 pm
A rare chance to see important historic works and new film and video performances by Malcolm Le Grice and Guy Sherwin.