Art Night is London’s largest free contemporary arts festival. Each year the festival partners with a leading cultural institution and curator, focusing on a different area of London to explore its distinctive identity, culture and architecture through various forms of art.
Cécile B. Evans will present Amos’ World is Live at Spectrecom Studios, as part of the final episode of a three-part video and installation work titled Amos’ World (2017- ongoing). The performance adopts qualities of live-audience television production to open up the process of narrative construction and world-making to a rotating cast of visitors. Throughout the night, Evans and her team will be live taping scripted scenes in front of the public, using set pieces, performers (including puppetry) and a chroma blue screen. Amos’ World is inspired by the lived reality of networks and the built environment, with the first episode showing as part of an installation at Art Basel 2017, Castello di Rivoli (Turin), and mumok (Vienna). An installation with all three episodes will premiere at Tramway in late fall 2018.
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Cécile B. Evans: Amos’ World is Live
7 July 2018
6pm – 4am
London, SE11 4PT
Cécile B. Evans lives and works in London, and has received commissions from the Serpentine Galleries, London and the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. Her work has previously been shown at Haus der Kunst (2018, Munich); the Berlin Biennale (2016); Tate Liverpool (2016); and Musée d’art moderne de la ville de Paris (2015).