Previously at the ICA
Video footage from personal and mass media sources, chopped, edited and distorted to invert the generic into the personal.
Painterly smears and blobs sporting photographic renderings of baseball caps and collaged teeth made from Swarovski crystals.
Artists, dancers, actors, filmmakers, political activists and comedians come together for an evening of skill-sharing and cross disciplinary performance.
The architect and electronic composer plays his Hyalonium while Viktor chips in with his massive drawings.
A 35mm work showing in the cinema, combining personal myth with historical traces, using photographic imagery and accumulated ephemera.
Grcic the super German designer discusses his work; Viktor the big drawing machine joins in.
Considering the representation of women through the twin poles of classical Hollywood glamour and the modernist avant garde.
Macintyre creates analogies between man and nature, using alchemical procedures in her photographic, metal, wood and glass work.
Two film works considering the political and social changes since the World Trade Centre attacks in 2001.
A 3,000-year history of technology and design, told through the story of the chair and illustrated by Viktor.