Three: Kadeem Oak, Anastasia Perahia, Jessie Russell-Donn

28 NOV 2019

<< Reality Runs Away

Ringcross Community Centre, 60 Lough Road N7 8RH

Kadeem OakA Marseille Family. [2019] & Lift, Brixton [2017]
Anastasia Perahia - Landscapes of Ladino [2019]
Jessie Russell-Donn - Senga’s Dream Folder [2019]

The films shown on this final evening share a concern with landscape and loss. Kadeem Oak’s A Marseille Family is an exploration of ‘the diasporic history of the region, [and] its geology […] highlight[ing] themes such as the nature of play, leisure and the family unit while experimenting with sound, montage and repetition.’ Anastasia Perahia’s three-channel video addresses the disappearance of the Judeo-Spanish language Ladino in Greece, employing experimental montage to explore the spatial narratives of language and the linguistic narratives of landscape.


Kadeem Oak, 'A Marseille Family' 2019

Anastasia Perahia, 'Landscapes of Ladino' 2019

Jessie Russell-Donn, 'Smega's Dream Folder' 2019