Hannah Perry presents a new body of work as part of Touch Sensitive art series. Act 1 involves an exploratory narrative and movement performance by Vee Slinky in collaboration with East London Strippers Collective.
Act 1 performed by Vee Slinky. Performer, pole, surround sound audio monologue.
Harriet Middleton-Baker proposes a re-telling of Hogarth’s cautionary tale ‘The Harlot’s Progress.’ Set in the future, seeking reparations of the past.
As imagined by Harriet Middleton-Baker. Mixed media installation.
Suzannah Pettigrew devises a performance of three parts with video installation exploring phasing patterns between IRL and digital lives.
Point of research for The Difference Between (A Mirage and Realness).
Choreography by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker to the music of Steve Reich.
Stuart Hall was a Jamaican-born cultural theorist, political activist and sociologist who lived and worked in the United Kingdom.
The Difference Between (a mirage and realness) performance and video installation devised by Suzannah Pettigrew.
Performed by Simon Donnellon
Soundscape produced by CKtrl
Lotte Andersen creates a workshop come pop up dance studio capturing uncensored, honest, bodily movement through a series of dance portraits.
Why I never Became a Dancer (1995), Tracey Emin, video, 6min 34
Stills and moving image were captured on the night by Lotte Andersen and Felix Cooper. Images will soon be released as a Dance Therapy collection.
A new body of work including mixed media installation and performance exploring the relationship between women and their black identities.
Diana Chire, Dark Matters, 2017, sound performance piece.
In Conversation with Cairo Clarke, Sagal Bulhan, Chloe Sach and Hélène Selam Rose Kleih
Girls in Film presents a series of films exploring feelings that arise from the visual and physical experiences of the female form away from hyper sexualisation of bodies. The films are part of an installation inviting the public to sensually explore notions of private and public space.
A girl searches for an answer to the big questions. In doing this, she imagines she can empty the universe to get to the very first portion of the cosmos. Facing the last part of the world she is forced to choose whether to consider itself as part of the cosmos, or as its creator.
Martina Scarpeli is an Italian filmmaker and artist based in Denmark where she’s developing short film.
Leena Joshi is a visual artist and writer born to Indian immigrants living in Seattle. Her writing and art practice explore the relationship between the changing self and its environment through negotiations of text, moving image, music, performance, and installation, with a focus on feminist, anti-colonial, and immigrant ideation.
Lulu is a 19-year- old self-shooting filmmaker from North London interested in female intimacy and self-representation. 'Soul Landscape' filmed in Crete, is a dream sequence that captures the fleeting and intensely visceral moments experienced in blissful isolation. The film explores the phantasmagorical merging of the psychic and the physical, into a textured and rhythmic exploration of the warm intimacy between the self and landscape.