Entering the last month of their almost three-month exhibition at Zabludowicz Collection, Then Nothing Ever Happens Because Nothing Ever Does, artists Lizzie Fitch and Ryan Trecartin are putting on an evening of video works and live readings by the same name at the London space on December 4.
Like the exhibition itself (reviewed briefly here), the event explores “notions of transgression in the physical and virtual environments of late capitalism”, interrupting the “clamorous” world of Fitch and Trecartin with fragmented forms and numb, empty spaces meant to convey the increasingly blurred lines between resistance and otherness and their normalisation and marketisation.
The night will feature excerpts from Holly Childs’ Danklands performed by Cristine Brache, Todd Woods and Childs in a “domestic swampscape environment”, Sandra Lahire‘s 1984 film Arrows, Jesse Darling‘s Darling’s Room With Lyrics (Karaoke Vape Version RAW), as well as video installations by Hannah Quinlan Anderson and Rosie Hastings, and Rozsa Farkas.
See the event page for details. **
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