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Rachel Maclean, Feed Me, 2015. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella (FVU) and Hayward Touring for British Art Show 8. Supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

Rachel Maclean, Feed Me, 2015. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella (FVU) and Hayward Touring for British Art Show 8. Supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

Rachel Maclean, Feed Me, 2015. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella (FVU) and Hayward Touring for British Art Show 8. Supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

3.3.2016 à 18:30 Luxembourg City Film Festival

Feed Me

artiste(s): Rachel Maclean

A delirious confection of multi-layered digital images, whipped into even more extravagant form by the artist's trademark multi-character theatrics, Rachel Maclean's Feed Me is an audacious, provocative exploration of the commercialisation (and sexualisation) of childhood, and a corresponding infantilism in adult behaviour.

Produced by Film and Video Umbrella, this is Maclean's most ambitious project to date. Part fairy tale, part hyper-modern fantasia, it is a parable of the pleasures and the perils of excess. As we feed the monster of contemporary consumerist desire, Maclean's film is a record of all the little monsters that are created in its wake.

Rachel Maclean talking about Feed Me, watch the video on youtube.

Screening at Ciné Utopia.
Thursday 3 March 2016, 6.30 p.m.
Tickets: Luxembourg City Film Festival 2016

partenaires

Screening in the framework of Luxembourg City Film Festival 2016.

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Rachel Maclean, Feed Me, 2015. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella (FVU) and Hayward Touring for British Art Show 8. Supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

Rachel Maclean, Feed Me, 2015. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella (FVU) and Hayward Touring for British Art Show 8. Supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.

Rachel Maclean, Feed Me, 2015. Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella (FVU) and Hayward Touring for British Art Show 8. Supported by Arts Council England and Creative Scotland.