Art in America  – French-British filmmaker Beatrice Gibson champions community, creativity, and motherhood as ways of living through times of political turmoil. “Crone Music,” her solo exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, features two experimental films: Deux Soeurs Qui Ne Sont Pas Soeurs (Two Sisters Who Aren’t Sisters, 2019), based on a short screenplay by Gertrude Stein, and I Hope I’m Loud When I’m Dead (2018), which takes its title from a poem by CAConrad. Like much experimental cinema, these films disorient. The soundtracks layer contemporary poetry and music over fast-moving visuals. The imagery is sometimes blurred and abstracted, with some shots bearing no apparent relation to the voice-overs. Time is elastic; there is no sense of a sequential progression of events. Several viewings of the works are required to gain a sense of their internal coherence and the connection between them.  – read more 

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