Incidentally, Heatsick’s Steven Warwick just put a list together of some of his favourite artists, and Gili Tal is one of them. She’ll be presenting Damage Control at London’s Lima Zulu, this Sunday, November 24.
Described by Warwick as an artist known for their “acerbic commentaries on participation and the public event”, one can only imagine what the gif from the iconic Edvard Munch scene-made stop-motion-short in Sebastian Corsor’s The Scream represents, beyond being an obtuse press release.
“House Residents + guests > low key come over ” – Mike Levitt, 2013
See the Lima Zulu website for details. **
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