Passing Glitches: Human horror and the digital body

4 Jun 2015

Event times

18:45 - 20:30

Cost of entry

Free for Under 18s

Peckham Plex

London, United Kingdom


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PASSING GLITCHES is an evening of moving image, sound and spoken word that considers the potential for horror, unpredictability, and the uncanny within a contemporary landscape of digitised subjectivities.


The programme takes its title from the idea of the interface – points where subjects meet, communicate, and create a multiplicity of realms and ‘user’ identities, each with their own digital spectres.

PASSING GLITCHES looks at the consequences of these arbitrary meeting points: the errors, ruptures and faults that occur within the fleeting reality that we are navigating. Artists, filmmakers and writers will address the urgent need to escape this relentless cycle of passing glitches, as well as the bodily desire to draw blood from this non-matter, to return to the real ‘real’ amidst a hyperreality of floating values. 


Adham Faramawy

Callum Hill & Simone Rowat

Jiyeon Kim

Rachel Maclean

Rho Jae Oon

Martin Shepley


Supported by:

Arts Council England

Korean Cultural Centre, UK

Jacqui Davies Limited




Joseph Constable

Exhibiting artists

Callum Hill

Martin Shepley

Jiyeon Kim

Simone Rowat

Rachel Maclean

Rho Jae Oon

Adham Faramawy

Taking part

Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK)

London, United Kingdom


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