Film as Film: Theory and Practice in the Work of Gregory J. Markopoulos
Towards the Temenos + Robert Beavers
Gregory J. Markopoulos, Through a Lens Brightly: Mark Turbyfill, 1967, 14 min
Gregory J. Markopoulos, Political Portraits, 1969, 12 min (excerpt)
Gregory J. Markopoulos, Eniaios II, Reel 4: ὁ τῆς ὄψεως κόσμος (The Cosmos of Sight), 1947-91, 25 min
Discussion: Robert Beavers, James Edmonds, Lucy Parker and Ian Wooldridge
Following screenings of Through a Lens Brightly, Political Portraits (excerpt) and a reel from Eniaios II, Robert Beavers will discuss the Temenos Archive and the restoration of Eniaios with James Edmonds, Lucy Parker and Ian Wooldridge.
THROUGH A LENS BRIGHTLY: MARK TURBYFILL
Gregory J. Markopoulos, USA, 1967, 16mm, colour, sound, 14 min
The life of painter, dancer and poet Mark Turbyfill, seen in his 70th year, is evoked through a unique form of cinematic portraiture that encompasses the person, their environment and personal objects.
Gregory J. Markopoulos, USA, 1969, 16mm, colour, silent, 12 min (excerpt)
Portraits of Ulrich Herzog, Marcia Haydee, Rudolph Nureyev, Giorgio di Chirico.
ENIAIOS II, REEL 4: ὁ τῆς ὄψεως κόσμος (THE COSMOS OF SIGHT)
Gregory J. Markopoulos, USA, 1947-91, 16mm, colour, silent, 25 min
Portraits of Hans-Jakob Siber, Franco Quadri, Giorgio Frapoli, Klaus Schönherr and family.