Pavilion presents Friedrich Mascher at Hyde Park Picture House, 11 March
- A movie house is an enlarged camera obscura for the sale of popcorn, a
darkroom for star-gazing right side up
11 March 2013, 6.157.30pm
The Hyde Park Picture House, Leeds
An exploration into how the architecture of cinema affects our perceptual
and semantic understanding of the projected image. Featuring a talk by
Austrian architect Friedrich Mascher about his role in re-designing Peter
Kubelka's Invisible Cinema auditorium at the Austrian Film Museum, a
screening of Kubelka's 16mm film Arnulf Rainer which consists of only black
and clear frames, and a rare presentation of Ernst Schmidt Jr's expanded
cinema work Demonstration (1968).
Doors 6pm, event 6.157.30pm
Hyde Park Picture House
Leeds LS6 1JD
Free. Book at www.friedrichmascher.eventbrite.com or call 0113 343 2718.
Kindly supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum. The event is presented in
relation to Pavilion's tour of Aurelien Froment's 9 Intervals, commissioned
by Pavilion in 2011.
Pavilion | 11-14 Blenheim Terrace | University of Leeds | Leeds | LS2 9JT
0113 343 2718
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