Thu 10 Nov 2016, 7 pm
Das Hund reimagine radical ideas that are returning to the popular imagination and reflect on concerns about the place of art in our contemporary society that increasingly seeks to commodify creativity. Their performances feature spoken poetry and songs – accompanied by live instruments and looped drumbeats remixed using analogue tape delays, with the artists’ films projected across the set. Amidst the growing political turmoil in the world today, Das Hund present a visionary exploration of the modern world.
Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski’s collaborative practice includes performance, installation, music, poetry, video, painting and sculpture. Their work has been shown across the UK, in Europe and the USA. Current and recent exhibitions include ‘East Wing Biennale,’ Courtauld Institute, London, England (2016 – 2017), ‘Wysing Polyphonic,’ Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, England (2016), ‘Now Age,’ Garage Rotterdam, Netherlands (2015). Their ongoing artist commission in ‘ArtReview’ continues in the October issue of the magazine.
This event is free but reservations are required. Click here to reserve a place.