UK debut of the critically acclaimed exhibition by French-Algerian artist Zineb Sedira
This multimedia installation, initially created for the French Pavilion at the 59th Venice Biennale, transforms the gallery spaces into film sets that reference specific films and the artist's personal history. Dreams Have No Titles explores 1960s-70s avant-garde filmmaking, emphasising collaborative practice and cinema as a tool for social change.
Visitors engage in a narrative blurring fiction and reality, with scenes inspired by Algerian, French, and Italian co-productions. The exhibition, which includes a ballroom from Ettore Scola's Le Bal in addition to various set pieces, prompts contemplation on reality, artifice, and the layered complexity of history. A liberationist cinema program accompanies the exhibition.
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