A Wall Is A Screen comes to Jersey

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A Wall Is A Screen / outdoor screenings / free / all welcome

Saturday May 20th at 9.15pm / 90 mins

The world renowned Hamburg-based artist group “A Wall is a Screen” comes Jersey!

We invite the audience on an urban adventure full of new perspectives.

This open-air film walk consists of projecting short films on walls and other urban structures. This is a magical experience, open to everyone! Simply wrap up well and join us at the meeting point, and walk the short distance from screening point to the next one. There will be roughly 8 films in total, so you can start and join in at anytime.

Both the route and the program will be a surprise! After the audience has gathered at the first meeting point, we are guided through St. Helier along a well-prepared route to discover the town anew, through the magical light of cinema.

  • Starting Point: West’s Center, St Helier, Jersey JE2 4ST
  • Staring Time: 9:15 pm
  • Duration: 90 min
  • Attendance: Free
  • (No ticket required. The walk will take place in any weather conditions).
A Wall Is A Screen

Since 2003,  the artist collective A Wall is a Screen has travelled the world with their concept of guided short film walks. The project aims to reconquer the city through the art of cinema. For the short duration of a short film it transforms the streets and places of the city into a spontaneous open air cinema. By travelling with a very light and portable projection setup the group is able to screen films on nearly every wall and sheds a different light on well known places. Their work consists in combining the projection and curation of short films with the curation of locations. They might even show you places in the city you may never noticed before. In the process, film and location enter into a symbiosis, creating new contexts in public space for the brief moment of a short film.