Wednesday 29 Jan, 6pm in Cine10, Colchester campus
Continuing the conversation of BIG DADA by Bill Posters and Daniel Howe, a screening of Werner Herzog’s Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World (2016) will present a multifaceted excavation of the internet. Following on the tail of the most recent leaks of Cambridge Analytica and the documentary expose in The Great Hack the question of post-truth and digital manipulation in global political landscape is more timely than ever. Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World interrogates this technological shift of the internet with a cast of characters presenting the good, the bad and the ugly of how the internet operates and continues to impact our contemporary world.
Brigitte Nicole Grice is an artist, writer, and filmmaker. She is presently based in London working on her PhD in Film Studies (Creative Practice) at the University of Essex and an expanded documentary film on International Surrealism. She completed her MA at the California Institute of the Arts and has an undergraduate degree from Boston University in journalism and art history that she obliquely puts to use.
Admission Free – all welcome.