We have been taking some time to revisit the gallery's rich history of books, essays, and films, and want to share these stories with you, making this trove of material accessible to all. Weekly Watch spotlights a film from our gallery channel, focusing on a single work or body of works.
Julien and Als discuss the genesis of Julien's 1989 film Looking for Langston and how the questions it raises 'return to haunt the present’.
Shot on location in Paulatem, Ilse D’Hollander’s home between 1995 and 1997, and the Zwalm countryside, this film also features a rare text written by the artist.
Filmed in 2019 on the occasion of her first UK solo exhibition, the artist responds to seeing her works installed at the gallery and the themes and processes behind their creation.
Questioning the world around us: in this new film from Doug Aitken, the artist shares reflections on Return to the Real, a body of work created for his most recent exhibition at Victoria Miro in the autumn of 2019.