Date|Time: 9 September 2017, Saturday, 7.00-9.00pm
Venue: South London Gallery (Galleries and Clore Studio)
Ticket: £5/3 concession
History Lessons: Fluid Records is a live programme curated by Annie Jael Kwan in association with Something Human and Iniva, followed by Q&A. Featuring performances by Libita Clayton and Larry Achiampong which take their cue from the idea that the archive can be fluid and transposed into living people, who bear witness thereby willfully reconstructing and passing on meaning in the historical present.
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Libita Clayton (b.1987, lives and works, Bristol UK) graduated from Wimbledon College of Art, ( 2006-2009) with a BA (hons) in Print and Digital Media. She has gone on to have a collaborative practice that plays with potential political and physical collapse – always. Clayton proposes ‘a way out’ with D.I.Y performance. Her practice held – in flux – in between like a sticky dance floor. Currently exhibiting at the Diaspora Pavilion, Venice, Italy, 2017. Recent projects include: bland choreography, (CLAY- TON – RAW- SON), New Year / New Noise 4, Arnolfini, UK (2017), RESIST FLOW, (Gal-Dem) Victoria & Albert Museum, UK (2016) 1,2,1,2, //// black- voices – opera, (BBCF) Royal West of England Academy, UK (2016) FORGET THAT GUY (message from a freedom fighter), Book Works, Hull Freedom Festival, UK (2016) In the Absence of Ruins there Will be Innovation, (Speakeasy Southwest), Arnolfini, UK (2016) BS2; RESIST & REVOLT, BLACK HISTORY – LIVE TRANSMISSION, BEEF HQ, UK (2015)
Larry Achiampong’s solo and collaborative projects employ imagery, aural and visual archives, live performance and sound to explore ideas surrounding class, cross-cultural and post-digital identity – in particular, dichotomies found within a world dominated by social media and digital frameworks. Achiampong has exhibited, performed and presented projects within the UK and abroad including Tate Britain/Modern, London; dOCUMENTA 13, Kassel; The Institute For Creative Arts, Cape Town, among others.
Something Human is an independent curatorial partnership co-directed by Alessandra Cianetti and Annie Jael Kwan. Something Human is interested in exploring movement and relationships across boundaries, through its shared multidisciplinary interests in architecture, design, sculpture, mixed media, photography, moving image and performance. It actively seeks collaborations with artists, makers and producers from different cultural and socio-political backgrounds, for exchange and dialogue with an aim to create new, exciting performative-driven works.