Ob über Godard, Francis Bacon, Max Planck oder Sex: Peter Greenaway, die britische Filmemacherlegende, spricht am liebsten über alles. Greenaway begann beim Film, wandte sich dann aber mehr und mehr anderen Künsten zu. Wir blicken zurück - auf einen aufregenden. Greenaway conceived a multi-media installation at the original site of the 'Dance of Death' composed of funerary monuments that act as displays for films.
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Greenaway Navigation menu VideoPeter Greenaway's Darwin (1993) "Greenaway brings a keen understanding of love, loyalty, frailty, and greed to her multilayered series debut." Kirkus Reviews "R.M. Greenaway's dark and haunting BC Blues series introduces a cast of finely rendered, flawed and unforgettable characters. The result is a mystery that is both a gripping depiction of police procedure and a deep. The National Trust's Greenway, Devon, is the holiday home of the famous and much-loved author Agatha Christie and her family. The CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals are the UK’s oldest and best-loved children’s book awards, recognising outstanding reading experiences created through writing and illustration in books for children and young people.
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Your purchases and support enable us to continue to care for the nature, beauty and history we all miss. As Agatha Christie's holiday home, Greenway inspired a murder mystery or two.
Find out about the places at Greenway which feature in her story 'Dead Man's Folly,' and how true to life it is.
Agatha Christie was known locally by her married name, Mrs Mallowan, and her time spent at her holiday home, Greenway, was all about quality time with the family, away from the public eye.
Find out about their time here, and watch a video for a virtual tour of the house. Thanks to your support, we care for Agatha's beloved holiday home, Greenway, in Devon.
To mark this anniversary we're taking you behind closed doors at Greenway, and sharing new stories about her life and work.
Coast Guard stationed at the house in the run up to the D Day landings. Find out about the history of this.
Longwood is an ancient oak woodland with an industrial past on the edge of the river Dart between Kingswear and Galmpton.
Over the autumn months we will be undertaking some felling works to remove larch and Douglas fir. There is likely to be disruption to access routes, read on to see the details and find out how this work will help nature.
On the Greenway estate Lower Greenway Farm is home to a rare bird: the cirl bunting. Find out why they are thriving here, and the work that is being done to help to improve their habitat.
Greenway, along with a number of other places and collections in our care, deals with contentious political histories.
Learn more about what we are doing to be inclusive in our work and acknowledge the impact and legacies of colonialism. There are four holiday cottages at Greenway, ideal if you're an Agatha Christie fan, or are just looking for a great place to stay in the English Riviera.
The perfect place to escape to with friends and family, The Apartment sleeps eight people within Greenway house itself, over the first and second floor.
Nestled on the edge of Greenway garden, this six-sleeping holiday cottage used to be the head gardener's home. The light and airy rooms, views over the River Dart down to Kingswear, and cosy furniture, create a perfect retreat.
Set just inside the Greenway entrance, the Greenway Lodge is a perfect base from which to explore the English Riviera.
This two-sleeper cottage is intimate with romantic touches such as a wood fire and courtyard garden. This holiday cottage is traditional from the outside but has a modern feel on the inside and a superb riverside location.
The two double bedrooms have uninterrupted views across the River Dart towards the village of Dittisham, and downstairs provides space to relax and enjoy this wonderful setting.
Your membership will go towards looking after all of this for generations to come. For years, people like you have helped us protect some of the UK's best-loved places.
Everyone needs nature, beauty and green spaces now more than ever. But our income has dropped sharply due to the coronavirus crisis, and our essential conservation work is at risk.
Please give what you can to help us look after these places, so people and nature can thrive. Alison Cooper, Curator for the National Trust, gives an insight into the beauty of Greenway's collections and their collectors.
A diverse and fascinating array of pocket watches, snuff boxes and miniatures was probably collected by Rosalind. These rare silk pictures were collected by the whole family.
Woven on a Jacquard loom, they were made in Coventry during the 19th century. Produced in the East Ayrshire town after which they are named, these souvenir wooden boxes were collected by Agatha.
Originally this brass-studded chest would have been used to store a women's dowry but was instead used by the family to store dressing-up clothes.
Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Greenway on the National Trust Collections website. This relaxed and atmospheric house is set in the s, when Agatha and her family would spend summers and Christmases here with friends, relaxing by the river, playing croquet and clock golf, and reading her latest mystery to their guests.
The family were great collectors, and the house is filled with an important and varied collection of ceramics, Tunbridgeware, silver, and books, including first editions of her novels.
It is also home to archaeological artefacts acquired in the Middle East where Agatha accompanied her husband, archaeologist Max Mallowan on excavations.
In the library a frieze was painted in when the house was requisitioned by the US Coastguards as part of the preparations for D-Day.
The Georgian house you see today was built in the late 18th century for a successful sea merchant, but there has been a house on this site for over years.
In the 16th century a Tudor mansion called Greenway Court was built for the Gilbert family who were leading soldiers and seafarers, who also received patents to establish colonies in Ireland, Newfoundland and Maine.
The walled gardens are home to a restored peach house and vinery, as well as an allotment cared for by local school children. Greenway has been accredited by the International Camellia Society as a 'Garden of Excellence.
If the place runs Gift Aid on Entry, we'll offer you a clear choice between the Gift Aid Admission prices and the Standard Admission prices at the admission point.
It's entirely up to you which ticket you choose. Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation. Gift Aid Admissions let us reclaim tax on the whole amount paid - an extra 25 per cent - potentially a very significant boost to our places' funds.
Free entry for National Trust members. To avoid disappointment please book in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays.
However, where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary. If you do not book we cannot guarantee admission.
Free parking for members please show membership card upon arrival and display car sticker. Important notice - Greenway is currently closed.
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On 17 June , Greenaway appeared for his first VJ performance during an art club evening in Amsterdam, Netherlands, with music by DJ Serge Dodwell aka Radar , as a backdrop, 'VJ' Greenaway used for his set a special system consisting of a large plasma screen with laser controlled touchscreen to project the ninety-two Tulse Luper stories on the twelve screens of "Club 11", mixing the images live.
This was later reprised at the Optronica festival, London. On 12 October , he created the multimedia installation Peopling the Palaces at Venaria Reale at the Royal Palace of Venaria that animates the Palace with videoprojectors.
Greenaway was interviewed for Clive Meyer's Critical Cinema: Beyond the Theory of Practice , and voiced strong criticisms of film theory as distinct from discussions of other media: "Are you sufficiently happy with cinema as a thinking medium if you are only talking to one person?
In , Greenaway began a series of digital video installations , Nine Classical Paintings Revisited , with his exploration of Rembrandt 's Night Watch in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
On 30 June , after much negotiation, Greenaway staged a one-night performance 'remixing' da Vinci 's The Last Supper in the refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie  in Milan to a select audience of dignitaries.
The performance consisted of superimposing digital imagery and projections onto the painting with music from the composer Marco Robino.
Night Watch by Rembrandt. The Wedding at Cana by Paolo Veronese midth century. Greenaway exhibited his digital exploration of The Wedding at Cana by Paolo Veronese as part of the Venice Biennial.
An arts writer for The New York Times called it "possibly the best unmanned art history lecture you'll ever experience," while acknowledging that some viewers might respond to it as "mediocre art, Disneyfied kitsch or a flamboyant denigration of site-specific video installation.
These images are projected onto and around the replica of the painting that now stands at the original site, within the Palladian architecture of the Benedictine refectory on San Giorgio Maggiore.
The soundtrack features music and imagined dialogue scripted by Greenaway for the "wedding guests, servants, onlookers and wedding crashers" depicted in the painting, consisting of small talk and banal chatter that culminates in reaction to the miraculous transformation of water to wine , according to the Gospels the first miracle performed by Jesus.
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