A radically modern villa, constructed in Tour-de-Peilz on the shores of Lake Geneva: Kenwin (1996, director: Véronique Goël) is a cinematographic description of the eponymous villa in which Bryher, H. D., and Macpherson (also known as the Pool group) lived. Their activities and relationships are evoked in the film through their correspondences.
After the screening of the film, Susanne M. Winterling and Véronique Goël discussed the making of the film and the importance of the Pool group.
The event was supported by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.
Susanne M. WINTERLING is an artist whose various projects deal with topics of identity and individuality in conflict-laden society. She lives in Berlin.
Véronique GOËL, filmmaker and artist, lives in Geneva. She began training as a seamstress before studying painting and printmaking at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lausanne and Geneva. She lived in London in the 1980s and worked with director Stephen Dwoskin (1939-2012).
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