Sandy Creighton brings his tiny pop up cinema to The ICE
A confusion of non-sequential graphic art, one of the shortest films in the world in one of the smallest cinemas in the world.
Sandy Creighton’s work shows that by paying attention it is possible to uncover an abundance of interesting material in the immediate environment. He records everyday objects and events and presents them in a way that reveals their hidden strangeness, beauty and significance. He feels a powerful impulse to construct patterns and narratives in the face of the chaotic nature of existence. Recently he has been investigating the field of dreams.
This event is taking place on 26 May and 2nd June,
Part of The ICE’s programme of exhibitions and events for FaB 19.