Liam Gillick Hamilton, 2014
Film duration 27:43 min, screen 69 x 122,5 cm, mirrored room 300 x 238,5 x 480 cm
Produced to coincide with the first major posthumous exhibition of Richard Hamilton at Tate Modern and the ICA in London. The film is both an homage to the older artist as well as a personal exploration of how artistic practice is constituted through discourse. The film follows a similarly self-reflective strategy as Gillick’s Everything Good Goes (2008), his dialogue with Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin’s 1972 film Tout va bien.