Screening: Video Killed The Radio Star? (18 cert)

Image Credit: Still from John Smith, Echo and the Bunnymen: Shine So Hard, 1981

Plymouth College of Art

01752 203434
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www.plymouthart.ac.uk/gallery/upcoming-exhibitions

Thursday 06 October 2016
6-7.30pm
Booking recommended

Part of This is Now, Film and Video After Punk Exhibition

Early independent video releases were the revolutionary, DIY antidote to a television system that was only just gearing up to a fourth channel. They bypassed censorship and provided a platform to the marginalised and unsanctioned. This eclectic selection includes a very rare John Smith title and punchy, stuttering Scratch Video works by The Duvet Brothers, Kim Flitcroft & Sandra Goldbacher, Gorilla Tapes and George Barber.

Booking information:
Our events are free, advance booking recommended.
For College Students and Staff: Please obtain your ticket from the Front Desk
For Public: Please call 01752 203434 or email [email protected] to book,
or book online www.plymouthart.ac.uk/gallery/upcoming-exhibitions

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