Visions of Margate on screen
TWO new film commissions will be screened at Turner Contemporary next week.
Artists Mark Wallinger and Lindsay Seers created their works using footage filmed in locations around Margate.
From Saturday, July 7 until Sunday, August 5, Wallinger's Sinema Amnesia will be situated next to the sea wall behind Turner Contemporary.
Sinema Amnesia is a unique viewing space which will screen Wallinger's film The Waste Land, inspired by TS Eliot's poem of the same name.
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Wallinger's interpretation is an ever-changing and endless picture of unfolding time.
Lindsay Seers's film Entangled will be screened in a secret location within the gallery, every hour from 11am until 4pm.
Entangled features two actresses dressed as men on stage in the Winter Gardens and Theatre Royal. Seers' film sews several narratives together and explores the issue of double identities.
Mark Wallinger and Lindsay Seers will be in conversation with Simon Ofield-Kerr, vice chancellor of the University for the Creative Arts, at 3pm on Saturday, July 7.
Tickets cost £5 (£4 concessions) and are available from www. turnercontemporary.org