The Chronovisor: Archive group exhibition is running at London’s South Kiosk, opening May 15 to June 20.
It’s a viewing machine with a lens that traverses space and time, presenting a conglomerate of problematic images spanning some of history’s most iconic moments, allegedly created by a Venetian Roman Catholic priest in the 1960s.
Looking to obscure historical context and presenting these images in new and troubling light, there’ll be evocative sculptural pieces and Google street view-fed images among others.
See the South Kiosk website for details. **