Gabriel Lester’s lecture titled TimeSpace, a term indicating the three dimensions of space supplemented with the fourth dimension of time, will focus on his artworks from a perception of spatial movement and time-based compositions. Through observing the world as a progressions through time and space, the lecture will address how the evolution of artistic ideas and experiences relate to the creation of narrative structures as well as static installation suggesting motion.
Gabriel Lester (b. Amsterdam 1972) started his artistic endeavor as a musician, stumbled into literature, studied cinema and finally became a visual artist. Lester’s many interests and expertise’s explain the themes, methods and nature of his present artwork. Most of his films and spatial installations have an implicit narrative layer, strong cinematic influences, sequential constructions and an obvious sense of rhythm.
Master of Film Lecture Series
Every other Tuesday night,
Film Academy Cinema
For most lectures a reservation won't be necessary, but if you want to be sure: use the RSVP form