Ben Yau, Pablo Paillole, Ufuoma Essi
Nadir Project Space presents a selection of moving image and mixed-media works that draw on a variety of historical narratives, geopolitical contexts, and social tensions through the interweaving of archival imagery, texts and medias, filmed footage and popular culture.
Visitors must pre-book a (free) 30min viewing slot at: https://bit.ly/3jeJQQX
Ben Yau's artworks employ the aesthetics of global conflict, historical narratives, and social tensions.
Ufuoma work revolves around Black feminist epistemology and the configuration of displaced histories.
In response to the fake news phenomenon, Pablo Paillole works with moving image, sound, text and performance to explore the relationship between popular culture and politics; fiction and reality; past, present and future.