THIS IS A NOT-ME
KARA CHIN | FELIX ROSE KAWITZKY
PLASTIQUE FANTASTIQUE | JOHN POWELL-JONES
FRANKIE ROBERTS | THOMSON & CRAIGHEAD
CONTINUES TO 13 DECEMBER 2020
Try these vocal exercises: Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summer. Summertime. Loop it until you see afterimages on your computer screen spinning into a blizzard of bright and burning pinwheels. Watch them spiralling over the walls and into your desktop horizon. Watch everything through streaming platforms and seasons don’t change like they used to. It’s always thanksgiving. We are outside of time. Glitches coming in fast. Fireballs burning in water. Parliament burning on the bank of the Thames. This is fine.
Come out playmate on the 5th of Nov for:
MORE DEMONIC BUILDING from Kara Chin:
New Blender animation of The Shard haunting the London skyline.
MORE ZOOM from Plastique Fantastique:
Plastique Fantastique Zoom Ritual to Tell Stories Three – the third Zoom meeting between subkast kofke, termites, feveractal and AP Kingsford. WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS STROBE EFFECTS
MORE LOOP from John Powell-Jones:
Quantum Loop – an ongoing exploration of the toxic neoliberal ideology that places the entanglement of the gains of a small human elite and technological progress above the health and wellbeing of the Earth and the rest of its inhabitants.
MORE LIKES from Thomson & Craighead:
See Through (extract) – a new video extract from one of the elements comprising a new installation work called, See Through set to premiere IRL in 2021
MORE WORLD-BUILDING from Felix Rose Kawitsky:
Watch Otherwards, a queer, interdimensional world-building and storytelling community continue to take shape.
MORE HAUNTINGS from Frankie Roberts:
An animation to accompany a Human League choral rework called Don’t You Haunt Me, baby.
This is a Not-Me is an online only group show with Kara Chin, Gentle Stranger, Felix Rose Kawitzky, Plastique Fantastique, John Powell-Jones, Frankie Roberts, Maggie Roberts and Thomson & Craighead; curated by Mark Jackson.
Supported by the Arts Council England 💫