Lynch the filmmaker; Lynch the artist; Lynch the musician. This day-long programme of activity – watching, looking and listening – will be an opportunity to make links, discuss connections and immerse yourself in a physical and critical journey through a virtual and actual Lynchian landscape.
[i’ll be your mirror]: Lynch vs. Lynch will be an open-programme event, but the overall structure will involve a journey from Newcastle to Middlesbrough. Starting at Tyneside Cinema in Newcastle, [i’ll be your mirror]: Lynch vs. Lynch will begin with the screening of one Lynch's films, followed by a train journey suffused in Lynch's music, arriving at mima to view their current exhibition David Lynch Naming. The event will conclude with discussion about the various aspects of Lynch's work explored during the day.
[i’ll be your mirror]: Lynch vs. Lynch is part of Painting in Perpetual Motion: Art, Film, TV and David Lynch - a programme developed and produced by Northern Film & Media and mima, exploring Lynch’s practice and his legacy at the crossing point between art and film.
When: Wednesday 11 February, registration from 10.00am; ends 4.45pm.
Where: The day begins at Tyneside Cinema (Digital Lounge, 2nd floor), 10 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6QG, and ends at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, Centre Square, The Mall Middlesbrough, Middlesbrough TS1 2AZ.
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