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FILM: LES RELIGIONS SAUVAGES


A screening and performance from Pakito Bolino of France’s Le Dernier Cri publishing house. A series of short animated films created by 30 artists, Les Religions Sauvages “devours the rotting meat of our civilisation, regurgitating it in a relentless bombardment of imagery,” which will, according to its creators, “purge, cleanse and purify our jaded, pornographic imaginations.” Bolino will be joining UK artists in a live improvised sound performance to accompany a DVD projection of the film. Le Dernier Cri produces beautiful, intense, often disturbing limited-edition books, prints, and animations, drawing on underground comics and ‘art brut’ outsider artists, and emerging out of the Paris punk scene of the 80s and 90s. Not suitable for under-18s. More…

Tickets: £10, £9 Concessions, £8 ICA Members
Where: ICA Theatre, Mall, London
When: Tuesday, April 29, 2008 - at 8pm


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