Duncan Campbell: Bernadette

May 21, 2009
Event Types
A girl on the bus looks at her own reflection in the window and is obscured by the seat in front of her.

Still from Duncan Campbell, Bernadette, 2008. 37 minutes, 19 seconds, B&W/colour, Sound, Film transferred to video.

Glasgow-based artist Duncan Campbell’s film Bernadette (currently on view at the List Center) presents an unconventional yet insightful portrait of Irish dissident and political activist Bernadette Devlin. Campbell’s film utilizes archival material, found footage, animation, and scripted voice-over to upend the formal conventions of documentary filmmaking. Following a screening of the film, Campbell will discuss his work and take questions from the audience.

 This program is FREE and open to the general public.