Beatrice Gibson – selected works
78 min, UK, English language, no subtitles.
This program takes a deep dive in to Beatrice Gibson’s existing film work, from the Cornelius Cardew inspired Tigers Mind to the Minecraft and stock-market strewn F for Fibonnacci, her unique cinematic language unfolds over a programme of four films. Beatrice will be present to give an introduction.
A Necessary Music
(USA, 2008, 25 minutes)
A Necessary Music is a science fiction film about modernist social housing.
The Tigers Mind
(UK, 2012, 23 minute)
The Tiger’s Mind is an abstract crime thriller set against the backdrop of a brutalist villa.
(UK, 2012, 14 minutes)
Agatha is a psychosexual sci-fi about a planet without speech.
F for Fibonnacci
(United Kingdom, United Kingdom, 2014, 16 minutes)
With William Gaddis’ novel JR as a starting point, Gibson contemplates whether art and business are determined by chance or construction.