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RUTH NOVACZEK AND SARAH WOOD
Collage (or found-footage) film-making, a practice in which material appropriated from pre-existing films is edited together to form new works, is very much on the rise in this, the era of online remix. But it also has a very long history, from the pioneering archive-film work of Soviet film-maker Esfir Shub, from the 1920s onwards, through to the film-history films of Jean-Luc Godard and beyond.
Two highly-esteemed artist/film-makers, Sarah Wood and Ruth Novaczek present and discuss their very different found-footage practice, including its theory and procedures.
Entry is FREE to staff and students of The University of Brighton and University of Sussex (ID required), otherwise £5 payable on the door.