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Film Screening: Patrick Goddard

Serpentine Cinema, in collaboration with The White Review, presents a screening of two short films by artist Patrick Goddard at the Hackney Picturehouse at 8.45 p.m. on Thursday 19 November.

 

The event will premiere Goddard’s new film, Greater Fool Theory (2015 / 34′), alongside a first London showing of Gone to Croatan (2014 / 32′). The films address issues of money, inequality and truthfulness in twenty-first century British culture and society, adopting an ostensibility documentary format to explore the artist’s own complicity in these issues. The screening will be followed by a conversation between the artist and The White Review‘s Ben Eastham.

 

Patrick Goddard is an artist working in East London. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Ruskin, Oxford, focusing on a sociological exploration of high finance and complicity. Recent shows include: Gone To Croatan, Outpost Gallery, Norwich (2015) and Revolver II, Matt’s Gallery, London (2014) as well as Fig2 with The White Review at the ICA, London and Objective Considerations of Contemporary Phenomena, M.O.T. International Projects, London, (both 2015). Recent performances have taken place at Matt’s Gallery; Wysing Arts Centre; French Riviera, London and Grand Union, Birmingham. His graphic novel, Operation Paperclip, was published in 2014.

 

Tickets are available via the Hackney Picturehouse website. CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS.


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