Norman White Film Night

Screening Them F*ckin’ Robots

13 Jun 2012

Claim a spot inside DUS Architects' Mind Igloo and watch Them F*ckin' Robots, a documentary about Norman White. This film, by Ine Poppe and Sam Nemeth, portrays the life and work of the influential media artist and addresses the role of media art in the mainstream art world. Please RSVP on this page.


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Norman White

Norman White is one of the most influential media artists in the field. He produced humorous and beautiful work and also taught hundreds of artists in the 70s and 80s. However, media art does not cover the realm of White's work: his oeuvre includes everything from paintings to light murals and interactive robotics.

Them F*ckin' Robots (2011) is a documentary about Canadian artist Norman White by Ine Poppe and Sam Nemeth. Leader found on YouTube. By: Ine Poppe

The filmmakers

Ine Poppe (1960, Amsterdam) is a documentary maker and writer. She publishes about digital culture, technology, art and science, mainly for the national newspaper NRC-Handelsblad. Her art projects Mother Milk Cheese and Women with Beards have been shown worldwide.

Sam Nemeth (1962, Rotterdam) has made videos for the video collective Staats-TV Rabotnik, for the educational department of the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, and for Dutch television.

More information

This event takes place on Wednesday June 13. The film starts at 22.00 inside the Mind Igloo at Mediamatic Fabriek. Doors open at 21.30. Tickets are €3,-. Mediamatic Fabriek is situated on the Oostenburgereiland. Visit this page for directions.


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