Tiny, Funny, Big and Sad

Jennifer & Kevin McCoy

 


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Using homespun hobby skills and robotic choreography, the McCoys create miniature film sets that spy on themselves and generate their own cinema sequences. Michael Connor, Head of Exhibitions, suggests that small is beautiful, but cute it isn't.

Artistic collaborators Jennifer and Kevin McCoy have earned international renown for works that mix film fandom and geek chic, exploring the strange realities of a hi-tech, mass-media society and bringing fantastic worlds to life.

The McCoys make their London debut with Tiny, Funny, Big and Sad, an exhibition that mixes model-making and customised computer software to reflect on the experience of cinema-going and to re-invent the role of the viewer.

Where

BFI Southbank
Belvedere Road, London, SE1 8XT
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Box office: 020 7928 3232

Foyers daily 11am-11pm; Gallery Tue-Sat 11am-8pm

free

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