A Nomad project commissioned by A Foundation: featuring new works by Stephen Cornford, Nathan Parker, Tai Shani and Henry Stringer
Clusterfuck is a term used to describe a particular kind of catch 22, in which multiple complicated problems mutually interfere with each other's solution.
Nomad's latest commission sets out to explore the relationship between public spaces and contemporary approaches to exhibition and performance.
Four artists with diverging practices have been asked to collaborate on a project that embraces hybrid authorship, a relational mess for both artists and audience to navigate.
The installation has been specially commissioned to inhabit the public spaces at A Foundation, London. Clusterfuck consists of a colossal velocoster made from disused scaffold planks; a racetrack for customized mechanical bikes made out electric guitars and amplifiers. As the audience steers through the structure they will encounter the infinity tunnel, a kaleidoscopic space hosting both mechanical and human performers.
Clusterfuck is a zone that asks to be inhabited, an indeterminacy encouraging new readings and perceptions.
Parallel to this new A Foundation commission, Lundahl and Seitl will present a site specific, one on one, experimental performance that will co-inside with Clusterfuck.
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