Supernormal and Club des Femmes present a specially curated screening of THROUGH A GLASS, DARKLY. The programme focuses on work by post-punk’s most provocative female filmmakers who treated the moving image like a mirror or crystal ball; a surface of divination through which to explore ideas around female subjectivity and that of the gendered viewer, evoking metaphysical journeys and challenging the limits of the body.
Jill Westwood, The Wound, 1984, 18 min
Jill Westwood, Skinheads and Roses, 1983, 7 min
Akiko Hada, The Branks, 1982, 7 min
Holly Warburton, All Veneer and No Backbone, 1980–84, 5 min
Cordelia Swann, Winter Journey in the Hartz Mountains, 1983, 12 min
Jennifer Binnie, Grayson/Flowers/Jewels, 1985, 3 min
Tina Keane, Shadow of a Journey, 1979, 19 min
Cordelia Swann, Passion Tryptych, 1982, 4 min
The screening will be introduced by Selina Robertson and Sarah Wood, founders of Club des Femmes, and William Fowler.
Club des Femmes is a queer feminist collective. They curate film screenings and events. Their mission is to offer a freed up space for the re-examination of ideas through art.
For more information, please visit the Supernormal website.