From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

The Ocean After Nature
Grossman Gallery 
School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
January 26, 2017 – March 18, 2017

In conjunction with the exhibition The Ocean After Nature, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts presents a film program featuring works by the Mumbai-based collective CAMP, the artist Renée Green and the London-based collective The Otolith Group, as well as a rare presentation of Allan Sekula and Noël Burch’s highly acclaimed The Forgotten Space. The films are presented serially, and the audience is free to come and go.

Anderson Auditorium
School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
Free

Program 1: Thursday, February 2
12:15 pm — CAMP, From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf, 2013, 83 min.
5:15 pm — Renée Green, Endless Dreams and Water Between, 2009, 70 min.

Program 2: Thursday, February 16
12:15 pm — Renée Green, Endless Dreams and Water Between, 2009, 70 min.
5:15 pm — Allan Sekula and Noel Burch, The Forgotten Space, 2010, 112 min.

Program 3: Thursday, March 2
12:15 pm — Allan Sekula and Noel Burch, The Forgotten Space, 2010, 112 min.
5:15 pm — The Otolith Group, Hydra Decapita, 2010 31:41 min.

Program 4: Thursday, March 16
12:15 pm — The Otolith Group, Hydra Decapita, 2010, 31:41 min.
5:15 pm — CAMP, From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf, 2013, 83 min.MP, From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf, 2013, 83 min.
Lineup:

Gallery: From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf [2]
From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

Watch and Chill
MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf, 2013

Feature-length travelogue by sea between western India, eastern Africa and the Persian gulf. First shown at a purpose built outdoor cinema on the creekside in Sharjah in 2013, where many of the sailors gather. Shown in Documenta 13 in an abridged form, as part of the installation The Boat Modes.

83 mins. Original format(s): HDV, SDV, VHS, Cellphone videos (variable). Stereo audio and in-cameraphone music.

Festival des Trois Continents

Celebrates its 40th year with an inventory of 40 films and a publication. CAMPs From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf along with films of Wang Bing, Edward Yang, Tsai Ming-Liang, Lav Diaz, Akram Zaatari, Lucrecia Martel, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Abbas Kiarostami...

The Ocean After Nature

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

An Oceanic Feeling

CAMP’s From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf (2013) at the Len Lye Center Cinema, New Plymouth

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

On Display at Tate Modern, Media Networks, till November 2022

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

At Body Building
Ishara Art Foundation

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

Punto De Vista
International Documentary Festival of Navarra
Retrospective: Oceanic Feeling

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

"Watch and Chill"
83 mins
2013
National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, and online.

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

South Asia Foreground
Labocine, June 2021 issue

Wharfage

At first, a project on the creek in Sharjah in 2009, from where a large number of ships leave for Somali ports.



Passages through Passages الرفيق قبل الطريق

A survey exhibition of the spatial, technical and cultural imaginations cultivated by CAMP.

When the Cold Blows

A performance by our collaborators on cctv.camp, Seoul Express. More details: https://njpart.ggcf.kr/when-the-cold-blows/.

The Neighbour before the House الجار قبل الدار

EYEWITNESS
New Media Gallery

From Gulf to Gulf to Gulf

Watch and Chill
M+
West Kowloon Cultural District

CAMP After Media Promises

Nam June Paik Art Center Prize

An exhibition of the contextually rich, environment-shifting media works of CAMP

NJP.MA

NJP.MA documents the intermedia experiments of Fluxus artists as they encountered and radically transformed the distributive capacities of the new mediums of video and broadcast art, led substantially by the prescient work of Nam June Paik.

Phantas.ma/polis

The video art programme of the 2021 Asian Art Biennial

Presented by Pad.ma

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