Gerard Ortin, Bliss Point 2023, video still. Courtesy of the artist

Date:  Wednesday, 6 March 2024
Time:  18:30 – 20:30
Location:  Starr Cinema, Tate Modern
Tickets:  Book here.

Join us at Tate for a screening of Gerard Ortín Castellví’s trilogy of films exploring new modes food of production, distribution, and consumption.

Watch the premiere of Spanish born, London based filmmaker Gerard Ortín Castellví’s last chapter in his trilogy of films, Bliss Point 2023, alongside previous chapters Future Foods 2021 and Agrilogistics 2022.

Together, and signalling current environmental transformations, the films explore new modes of production, distribution, and consumption of food. They reveal the entanglement of automation and human labour, the ways in which the aesthetics and the politics of food intersect, and how food is perceived, made digestible and consumed, pointing towards an uncertain near future of agricultural speculation.

As part of this event, Delfina Foundation Residency Curator Erin Li will be in conversation with the artist.

This partnership event with Tate, and will take place at Tate Modern’s Starr Cinema. This partnership event evolves out of Delfina Foundation’s long running thematic programme, The Politics of Food.

Tate Film x Delfina Foundation


Gerard Ortín Castellví (b. 1988) is an artist, filmmaker, and researcher currently reading a Ph.D. at Goldsmiths University London, funded by an AHRC fellowship. His practice focuses on the relationship between moving images and the technologies and ecologies of food in the context of the current environmental transformations. He is a mentor at UCL Creative Documentary by Practice MFA, and a member of the Ecological Reparation project.