AboutLaure Prouvost's new work for Flat Time House was made during and after a short stay in March. In all these things think link, narrative and text connect recorded images and sound to objects in the house. Often there is a disjuncture between the verbal and visual information presented in the work. The unsophisticated delivery of her stories or descriptions, offered sweetly in the artist's own voiceover or through simple silent intertitles, creates moments of ambiguity when we might believe what we are told, before we register the surreality of it and the narrative is fractured along with any illusion of a temporal or spatial congruence between filmed image and physical space.
This new work responds to the physical environment of John Latham's house, its objects and architecture, and more obliquely to his ideas about the inadequacies of language as a means of communication.
24th April, 3 - 8pm
Laure Prouvost has invited Tobias Collier, Julika Gittner, Tom Humphreys, Ken Jacobs, and Mark Aerial Waller to make a show in her show for one day.