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Click to enlargeEVAN IFEKOYA
Jul 5 - Sep 2, 2018
The first solo exhibition in London and a major new commission by London-based artist Evan Ifekoya,whose recent works in film, performance and sound explore intimate and co-authored forms of knowledge production and the radical potential of spectacle. Ifekoya’s ongoing project A Score, A Groove, A Phantom (2015-) explores archives of blackness, sociality and inheritance as they diffract through queer nightlife and trauma. Drawing from their current research around Buddhist practice, speculative fiction and the echo as affective encounter, Ifekoya’s Gasworks commission will focus on polyvocality and the sculptural potential of sound.
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Aug 30, 2018 to 12:00am talk/event
A screening of a selection of short films by exhibiting artist, Evan Ifekoya. The screening will be followed by a conversation between Ifekoya and filmmaker and programmer Rabz Lansiquot which will consider the thematic threads that run through Ifekoya's practice from their earlier video work to the sound installation created for their solo exhibition here at Gasworks.
This event accompanies Evan Ifekoya's first solo exhibition in London, Ritual Without Belief. It is part of the public programme for the exhibition, produced by Rabz Lansiquot.
The exhibition continues until 2 September 2018.
6.30 - 8.30pm. Free to attend, no booking required.

Sep 1, 2018 to 12:00am talk/event
Get to know our international artists in residence at this free event offering visitors a unique opportunity to see, hear about and discuss the research and work-in-progress that the artists' have been developing over the past three months.
Artists: Rafael RG (Brazil), Lungiswa Gqunta (South Africa), Sylbee Kim (South Korea) and Libita Clayton (UK).
Open studios 12-6pm
Artist talks 4pm
Free admission

Sep 20 - Dec 16, 2018
Private view Wed Sep 19 6.30pm - 8.30pm
The first UK solo exhibition and a major new commission by Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker James N. Kienitz Wilkins, whose films often incorporate monologue as a way to fuse original script writing with documentary sources, such as found footage and text, interviews and dreams.
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