Repossession A Musical Tribute Performed by Andy Votel
20 Oct 2023
Gallery of Modern Art & Cinema A
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‘Repossession’ celebrates the work of Polish director Andrzej Żuławski and composer Andrzej Korzyński. Acclaimed British DJ Andy Votel (co-founder of the renowned Founders Keepers record label) will perform a special 60-minute tribute honouring the cinematography and soundtracks behind such iconic Polish films as Possession 1981 and On the Silver Globe 1988.
Votel will explore their creative output through a unique audio-visual collage comprising of Żuławski’s incredible imagery set to re-contextualised Korzyński music – as well as other Polish music of the 1970s – exclusively using rare Polish vinyl records.
After the performance, and a short interval, there will be an Australian premiere screening of the new 4K restoration of Żuławski’s controversial masterwork The Devil 1972. A ticket purchase provides entry to both the performance and the screening.
This event is presented in partnership with The Roundtable.
Times 6.30pm Andy Votel Performance (60 mins) 8.00pm The Devil 1972 (119 mins)