Dreams are the cinema of our subconscious—we are all inherently filmmakers who create films through the act of dreaming. These films often become lost upon waking. Drawing links and juxtapositions between
Dreams are the cinema of our subconscious—we are all inherently filmmakers who create films through the act of dreaming. These films often become lost upon waking.
Drawing links and juxtapositions between filmmaking and the nature of dreams, Lost Cinema 20/20 highlights the curious state of awareness when we dream, while exploring how our subconscious creates cinematic narratives that blur the lines between imagination and reality.
Through a conversation with the rich visual culture of films—including those from the golden age of Singapore cinema—the work deconstructs tropes in filmography and looks at what shapes and defines our shared subconscious.
Created and directed by multimedia artist Brian Gothong Tan, the work was first developed as a six-channel video installation titled Lost Cinema at the Institute of Contemporary Arts. The Studios‘ commission of Lost Cinema 20/20 expands this into a multi-disciplinary performance with text and combines film, theatre and video art to create an immersive theatre experience.
More information can be found on the event’s page.
Date: 2 – 5 April 2020
Time: Thursday and Friday – 8pm, Saturday – 3pm & 8pm, Sunday – 3pm
Venue: Esplanade Theatre Studios
Tickets: $35, Limited concessions for students $20, Limited concessions for NSFs and seniors $25
2 (Thursday) 8:00 pm - 5 (Sunday) 3:00 pm
1 Esplanade Drive, S038981