DAT LIKWID LAND - Jacob Dwyer
Video Installation at FILET
As part of UrbanPhotoFest 2017 investigation into 'Cartographies' FILET is pleased to introduce Jacob Dwyer's video work DAT LIKWID LAND. After discovering a man’s notebook in a bus station the words inside it lead us from cemeteries to Cypress trees. As we float through a landscape built into a swamp, the characters we meet become coordinates on a cognitive map. Shot in New Orleans, DAT LIKWID LAND re-approaches the relationship between author John Kennedy Toole and the main character of his novel, A Confederacy of Dunces, as the creation of a fictional outsider to disrupt ones casual constellation of meanings and re-view the city in which he lived.
Film duration 30 minutes
Jacob Dwyer is an artist and writer based in Amsterdam. His work has been shown in galleries and film festivals including, IFFR (Rotterdam), IDFA (Amsterdam), BFI (London), Good Children (New Orleans), BALTIC 39 (Newcastle). DAT LIKWID LAND was produced with the help of the KINO DER KUNST Project Award and a residency at Deltaworkers, New Orleans. Jacob Dwyer writes for Metropolis M.
Date and Times 18:30, 19:10, 19:50 | Public Screening - 4th November 2017 | On Appointment - 4th to 17th November 2017
Venue FILET, 103 Murray Grove, London N1 7QP
Nearest Tube Old Street Underground (Northern Line) and Hoxton Overground
Tickets and Booking Free, Email to reserve seats.
Further Information FILET