Tricyclic Transform photographs and a short performance!
Skip to 1:35 on the trailer for my performance.
391 Ladbroke Grove
London W10 5AA
Thursday 8th December 2016 – Sunday 11th December 2016
Gallery opening times:
10:00 – 17:30 Thursday to Saturday
10:00 – 17:00 Sunday)
#cam4art broadcasts performances live from bedrooms, galleries, schools and anywhere with a webcam and an internet connection.
#cam4art 2016 is an online webcam-based performance art event taking place between Friday 25th to Wednesday 30th November that responds to digital intimacy and internet culture. It is a unique event that grants artists the autonomy to broadcast from bedrooms/schools/galleries and anywhere with a webcam and an internet connection.
During the event, a link on cam4art.com will direct viewers to a live-stream site where artists from across the world will stream their performances live. Subsequently, each performance will be documented and archived on the #cam4art website for viewers to watch after the live-stream has ended.
The Dissenters’ Gallery exhibition presents the output from the event breaking the connection to the internet and allowing individuals and group audiences to view and discuss the work face-to-face.
Tricyclic Transform shown at Visions in the Nunnery exhibition at Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts, 24-30 November.
It’s not every day you get to share the bill with Marina Abramović (or rather, Marina Abramović deigns to share the bill with you.. 😉 )
Part of Programme 2, running 24-30 November
Opening times: Tuesday – Sunday 10-5pm
Address: The Nunnery, 181 Bow Road, London E3 2SJ
Visions in the Nunnery is a renowned showcase of contemporary moving image and performance work, returning to the Nunnery Gallery, London for a special celebratory tenth edition this October. Selected from over 1500 world-wide submissions, combined with a star-studded list of invited artists and previous exhibitors, the show will present a unique and exciting platform for cutting edge digital and performance art.
Excerpt from Program 2 Press Release:
Visions Programme 2 explores the diverse methods and approaches artists use to address theparadoxes, contradictions and possibilities of image-making and representation in a ‘post-digital world’. Often working with anod to processes and contexts of the recent past, work tackles the politics of identity, place, nostalgia and negotiating alternative world-views.
Melanie Menard, Ope Lori and Stacey Guthrie’s works focus on identity, sexuality, power, difference and the creation of alter-egos. In an attempt to negotiate gender roles, binary structures, inequality and performativity, the films use humour, theatricality and absurdity to draw attention to these moments of creation, destruction and equilibrium.
Tricyclic Tansform video shown at Instants Video, Marseilles (FR) & Milan (IT).
Exhibition Catalogue (my work on page 25)
In August 2015, “Ghost House” and “Disciplinary Institutions” were screened at Usurp 5 Festival London. On Saturday 19 March 2016, both films were screened in India at a Festival organised by Usurp 5. I’m only advertising after the fact as I was very busy last week and don’t know anyone who lives in India 🙂
Usurp Art from London is thrilled to invite you and your friends to a special screening day of international award winning art films at the iconic and amazing India Habitat Centre, our first time in India. Full programme and running order as below.
Sat 19 March 2pm – 7pm
Experimental Art Gallery,
India Habitat Centre Delhi
Drop in anytime
FREE – ALL WELCOME
Featuring films by artists from over 15 countries inc. Jordan, Spain, Argentina, Germany, India, Peru, South Africa, Japan, Britain. Think – abstract, activist, animated, collage, conceptual, cut-ups, environmental, glitch, graffiti, identity, outsider, performance, poetry, rebellious, sci-art, scratch, silent,
sonic, subversive, surreal, synesthetic,
Usurp Zone5 Film Festival was originally supported by Film Hub London, Film London, BFI Fan Audience Network. This iteration is solely funded by Usurp Art Gallery, which is a member of Film Hub London and a BFI Neighbourhood Cinema.
Address: Lodhi Road, Near Airforce Bal Bharati School, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Tricyclic Transform was screened last Sunday 31/01/16 at Flying Dutchman, London for FUCK / LIVE / ART – Franko B Birthday Bash. But I got busy and forgot to advertise it 🙂
‘Tricyclic Transform’ will be screened at Dukes at Komedia cinema on Sunday November 29th at 12 noon, as part of Experimenta, the program of experimental shorts made by Brighton filmmakers of Cinecity festival.
I’ll be attending the screening, and the screening of Brighton drama shorts scheduled just after, to see what other people have been up to. Please come have a chat, I’m interested in collaborating with other Brighton creatives, especially actors/performers and sound designers/musicians.
Tricyclic Transform is now touring the US as part of Gender Reel, a Film Festival showcasing film and video by gender non-conforming, gender variant/queer and transgender people. Dates are now scheduled for Boston, Minneapolis, Omaha, Houston, with further dates TBA for Durham in autumn 2015 and New York University in spring 2016.
A few Ghost House and Disciplinary Institutions pictures curated into Gallery 202’s online show “Matter. Place. An other.”