“If you were to play a part in a film, would you be yourself or a fictional character?” British conceptual artist Wearing, whose work frequently offers participants conflicted chances at fame, printed this provocative question in a newspaper advertisement. From hundreds of responses, she selected seven non-actors to take part in a 10-day method acting workshop with a London-based drama teacher. A series of cathartic exercises resurface explosive experiences for those involved. The resulting documentary and the artist’s first feature, Self Made, also reflects on the history of British film from the late 1950s to the present. 2010, film transferred to HD video, 83 minutes. Join the artist after the screening as she discusses her recent foray into filmmaking.