Mon 1 January 0001 - Sun 16 April 2023
A full events programme has been created to accompany Leo Robinson's solo exhibition, The Infinity Card which is in our gallery until 16 April 2023. Read more about The Infinity Card here.
We have a series of films that will immerse you in Afrofuturism, ritual practices, non-linear time and altered psychological states - asserting different ways to reimagine our pasts and futures.
Full event listings below:
The Infinity Card exhibition tour with Leo Robinson
Saturday 4 March
Hilma (12A) Sunday 29 January – Wednesday 1 February Sunday 29 January, 2pm: Introduction by Sim Panaser, Visual Arts Curator The delicate and beguiling story of artist Hilma af Klint's search for truth about humanity and the universe through art, at a time when men made all the rules. The Matrix (15) Sunday 5 & Tuesday 7 February Sunday 5 February, 2pm: Introduction by Claire Vaughan, Cinema Programme Manager A hacker discovers the shocking truth that the life he knows is an elaborate deception. Neptune Frost (15) Sunday 19 February, 2pm: Introduction by Sim Panaser, Visual Arts Curator A celestial cyber-musical with a radically bold vision of power, exploitation and love. The Holy Mountain (18) Sunday 26 February, 2pm: Recorded introduction by Leo Robinson A powerful alchemist leads a Christ-like man to the Holy Mountain to achieve enlightenment.
Maangamizi: The Ancient One (12)
Tuesday 7 March at 11:30am
An American doctor meets a patient in Tanzania who makes her question her core beliefs.
Inside Out (U)
Date tbc, 2pm: Introduction by Claire Vaughan, Cinema Programme Manager
When young Riley moves house her emotions try to find a way to help her cope.
Wednesday 8 March at 1:50pm
A hapless scavenger living in post-apocalyptic Ethiopia is sent on a surreal quest.
Daughters of the Dust (12A)
Sunday 12 March, 2pm: Introduction by Claire Vaughan, Cinema Programme Manager
A languid, poetic story of Gullah women as they prepare to leave their island home.
Becoming Plant (adv.18)
Sunday 19 March, 2pm: Introduction by Sim Panaser, Visual Arts Curator
An inquisitive choreographic and therapeutic group experiment with psychedelics.
Shopping Bag Spirits and Freeway Fetishes (no certificate)
Sunday 2 April, 2pm: Introduction by Sim Panaser, Visual Arts Curator
A ground-breaking film where artists reflect on ritual in their lives and art.
Sunday 9 April, 2pm: Introduction by Claire Vaughan, Cinema Programme Manager
A provocative, kaleidoscopic exploration of Britain through archive film.
Sunday 16 April, 2pm: Recorded introduction by Leo Robinson
Captured on film we see one of the greatest performances by Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin.
Image: Leo Robinson: The Infinity Card. Stuart Whipps for Chapter 2022.
Ffilm | Film: £6/ £4
Grwp Darllen | Reading Group: Free | Am ddim