Thursday 04.08.11, 19:00
Complicated objects: Noam Toran on the narrative possibilities of objects in cinema (Lectures)

During his lecture, Noam Toran will talk about the narrative possibilities of objects in cinema. On top of his lectures, he gives a workshop at Strelka dedicated to the development and the gradual «coming to live» of new technology. Participants will write film scenarios and develop several projects. 

Date:

04.08.11

Time:

19:00

format:

Lectures

Place:

STRELKA COURTYARD

Price:

FREE

Language:

english (translated to russian)

As an examples will be used such movies as «Kiss Me Deadly», «Dead Ringers», «Phantasm», and «The Maltese Falcon».

Noam Toran is an artist that works at the crossroads of different disciplines, and he is the senior lecturer of the Design Interactions course of London’s Royal College of Art, one of the most influential post-graduate art- and design-programs. In his work — installations, performances and films — Noam Toran investigates anomalies of modern culture. His essays and projects have been published and exhibited in countries around the world, and they are on permanent display in the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) and the Frac Île-de-France in Paris.