The Ocelli – a film by Ben Jeans Houghton & Matthew De Kersaint Giraudeau – is a study of perception, vision and myth which charts the development of a 2000 year-old mushroom from dormant state to sentient being alongside an investigation of human vision and perception. Combining archive 16mm footage from the British Museum of Optometry, acted film, specific visual effects, music and narration ARKA Group’s Ocelli is a complex web of ideas and visual materials.
The film will be shown on Saturdays, on the hour between 1-5pm. The gallery is open from 12pm and the last screening will start at 5pm. (The film can also be seen by appointment – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.) Exhibition runs 03/03/12 – 07/04/12