Interlude, a solo exhibition by HP Parmley, was on at London’s Jupiter Woods, running November 29 to December 14.
Featuring a collagic video installation made of footage from HP’s phone camera, alongside an oneiric sound work and cassette release sampling these clips, Interlude created a dreamlike unraveling of filmic narrative. The show opened with a live desktop screengrab performance by the artist, melding sound and video with a spirit well described in Heather Phillipson’s evocative catalogue text: “HP makes the world reappear – shuffled and reshuffled into patterns that act like charms, spells for realigning.”**
HP Parmley’s Interlude was on a Jupiter Woods, London, running November 29 to December 14, 2019.
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