neil cummings



SunlightI've been working as part of Critical Practice towards Differently Screening 4: SUNLIGHT: energy labour value

It's a screening and discussion powered by the Electric Pedals Cinema. The Cinema harnesses the energy from 6 adults pedalling bikes-on-stands-connected-to-generators, which enables the audience to be part of the entertainment as they power the screening.

7 pm - 9 pm Wednesday 10th December 2014
Open School East
The Rose Lipman Building
43 De Beauvoir Road
London N1 5SQ

Join Critical Practice and Open School East to generate energy, a cinema screening and discussion (with beer and bread) on sustainable labour, value and energy, on cinema, love, property and theft.

SUNLIGHT: energy labour value is the fourth in Critical Practice’s series Differently Screening; the series aims to explore contemporary forms of moving image use, and the end of spectatorship.

Critical Practice is a cluster of individual artists, researchers, academics and others who aim to support critical practice within art, the fields of culture and organisation.

Please bring a personal light source (a torch, mobile device, etc) that doesn't require mains electricity.


Related projects include Social Cinema Parade and I made a bamboo bicycle


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Open School East
43 De Beauvoir Road
N1 5SQ
United Kingdom

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