Killing Time, Exchanging Utopia and The Pleasure Principle: A Provocation
Friday 1 November 2019
The Capitol, RMIT University
113 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Simultaneously opening and closing, pulling and pushing, imploding and exploding, we exist in a world continuously evolving in a tumult of confusion, anxiety and paradox. An era of urgency. Killing Time, Exchanging Utopia and The Pleasure Principle (KTEUTPP), present works that address this urgency: works that ask questions, works that demand answers, works that temporarily distract us, indulge us or fill us with joy, works that protest, works that refute, and works that argue.
KTEUTPP is a collaborative curated screening program between the Royal College of the Art, London and School of Art RMIT University, Melbourne.
Students from both cities were invited to respond to the title theme to create a short Video artwork under 7 minutes.
Presented by Royal College of the Arts, London and School of Art RMIT University, Melbourne
7.30–9.00pm Capitol Lounge screening (continuous)
8.00–9.00pm Main theatre screening
Please note that this is an unclassified 18+ event
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Image: Mathis Hang Zhang (RCA), Dreams, Butterfly Boy Dreams (Genesis) 7:00