13 March 2016
Sunday 13 March, 11.00am – 6.00pm
Gallery 2 / free
This Building, This Breath continues Kihlberg & Henry’s exploration of the disembodied voice in film and performance. For this piece, a voiceover is delivered live alongside a 15 minute video, activated whenever somebody enters the room. Here the duo explores cultural understandings of breathing as a device to play with the relationships between language, image, architecture and audience.
Kihlberg & Henry are artists working with moving image, performance, interdisciplinary research projects and publications. They have had recent solo exhibitions at Fig-2 at the ICA and Res, London, Artsway, Hampshire, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, Gallery Box, Gothenburg, and Danielle Arnaud, London. They have participated in group shows and projects at Eastside Projects, Birmingham, Fundació Miró, Mallorca, Tate Modern and the Hayward Gallery, UK. They won the Great North Run Moving Image Commission in 2012 and were artists in residence at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 2011, Futura, Prague, 2007 and Red Gate Gallery, Beijing, 2006. They completed a two-year fellowship at the Jan van Eyck Academy, NL in 2011, and are currently coordinating the Disembodied Voice Research Group supported by Vision Forum and Arts Council.
Find out more about Kihlberg & Henry here.