Source x Analogue Encryption

Source is a new series of film screenings and performances that maps the contours of our acoustic world by tracing its movements along the periphery of art and culture.

Moving away from what has already been amplified and overexposed in mainstream media, Source turns its focus on less visible events that push the envelope of expression, assemble people and widen the scope of culture.

In this second edition of Source, we share an intimate showing of Greg Pope’s extensive expanded cinema and film works. Greg will share his expanded cinema techniques and relate his film scratching processes. Also in this edition, is a new project of ila & bani haykal, which examines encryption as a form of intimacy and its manifestation in a performance that includes strobe lights and physical movement.

Greg Pope (Oslo)
ila + bani haykal (Singapore)

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