Rafal Zajko

I’m Feeling So Virtual I’m Violent @ HA HA Gallery, Oct 15

13 October 2016

The I’m Feeling So Virtual I’m Violent group exhibition is on at Southhampton’s HA HA Gallery, opening October 15 and running to January 14.

The event is a 2016 BAS8 Fringe Southampton Associate Commission and features new work by  artists Claire Boyd, Liv Fontaine, Neil Haas, Vanessa Omoregie, Sarah Roberts, and Rafal Zajko.

“The world is falling apart!”

The press release cries out for substance and collectivity in our over-consumption of information without ideas and confronts our exposed anxieties: “Empowerment is not based in big data, freedom cannot be sought through capitalist structures; the Silicon Valley gatekeeper is not your friend. Defriend now”.

The opening party will kick off with a ‘MYSTERY SECRET IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCE’.

See the HA HA Gallery website for details.**

Neil Haas, 'Homme Plus', (2015-16). Mixed media. Installation view. Courtesy the artist.
Neil Haas, ‘Homme Plus’, (2015-16). Mixed media. Installation view. Courtesy the artist.
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MONO5 @ Courtyard Theatre, Feb 3

2 February 2016

MONO5 is taking place at London’s Courtyard Theatre on the evening of February 3.

MONO is an artist initiative dedicated to moving image and hosting screenings set up by Rafal Zajko. For the upcoming event, and mono’s fifth, Zajko has invited 16 artists including Sophie Hoyle, Owen Thackeray, Zehra Arslan, Beatriz Olabarrieta and Shana Moulton.

MONO5 hopes to showcase the breadth of work made and approaches sought in the moving image field. Each work is always less than five minutes long, producing, perhaps, a coherent but scattered effect.

See the FB event page for more details**

Owen Thackeray, Stethics Part 2 (Trailer), still from video, 2015. Courtesy the artist.
Owen Thackeray, Stethics Part 2 (Trailer), still from video (2015). Courtesy the artist.


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MONO @ The Courtyard, Oct 28

28 October 2015

For the autumn edition of MONO, the artist moving image initiative is taking over Hoxton’s The Courtyard theatre on October 28.

The initiative, organized by artist Rafal Zajko, features fourteen artists, each of which contributes a moving image piece up to five minutes long, the greater aim being to show the breadth of contemporary video practices. Among the fourteen artists filling out the lineup is Rachel PimmVincent CeraudoTilly Shiner, Demelza Watts, and Lidija Kononenko.

The MONO event opens its doors at 7pm with the video screenings starting at 7:30pm. London- and Seoul-based artist Nayu Kim will be performing, and the evening also features a live music performance by ZOEE.

See the Facebook event page for details. **

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