Organised by fellow Slade School graduate Rebecca Loweth, the show opens with Stamatis and Collet’s performance and runs to March 24. They will also perform, responding to a video Loweth has made during the following evening alongside a conversation and series of artists talks held at the West Wales space.
The combination looks to be an interesting one, with Loweth’s work responding to how the landscape of her rural home town is romanticised by stories and local anecdotes of its history, and Collet and Stamatis’ work centred around the urban practices of performance, affective labour and aestheticised work.
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