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Feb 13-16 2014 LONDON, UK
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Self portraits (photography & video), Interactive Projection, Mirrors, Performance.
Guest artist collaborator, Rob Scharein PhD (Mathematician & Computer Visualisation expert)
Works by jamie griffiths on the lies of photographic moments & the missing aboriginal histories of Canadian idealised landscapes. Threads are drawn from personal myths of the artists’ own emigrant history, to the hero 'myth' of Hasting’s own celebrated white liar, ‘Grey Owl’, while fixing a beady eye at contemporary Canadian emigration myths and their ongoing effects on the First Nations peoples of Canada.
The artist returned to live in the UK in 2012, after living in Canada for 23 years. ‘White Lies’ is part of an ongoing series of works exploring neo-colonialism and personal responsibility.
SECOND PERFORMANCE NIGHT ADDED
FRIDAY OCT 4TH FROM 6-8PM at Electro Studio, Seaside Road, St Leonards
General Exhibition/Installation opening times:
Friday Sept 27 6-8pm - Sat & Sun Sept 28-29 12-4pm
Friday Oct 4th 6-8pm - Sat & Sun Oct 5-6 Oct 12-4pm
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WHITE LIES is located at
Electro Studios Project Space (ESPS), in St Leonards-on-Sea, Seaside Road, East Sussex as part of the Coastal Currents Arts & Culture Festival in Sept/Oct 2013.
Electro Studios Project Space is an independent new space for curated projects in St. Leonards-on-Sea. Providing an opportunity for artists and curators to propose exhibitions and projects, ESPS is fundamentally about testing ideas through the juxtaposition of art works / events / other objects. Without prejudice, agenda, house style or party line, ESPS supports and encourages disparate artistic voices and is a place for debate and dialogue for curators and audience.
Google Map Postcode TN38 0AL
To preview the gallery photograph that accompanies the video shown below, please follow this link to see Part One and read the full artist statement before returning to watch this video, Part Two. Best watched fullscreen in headphones