diG.shaKe.riSe.andblEEed,myloVe. questions the potency of demonstration, riot, revolt and sacrifice as an instrument for policy change, against the backdrop of the current economic downturn, cuts, job losses, rise in university tuition fees, broken manifesto promises and student protest.
At the heart of the project is an installation incorporating photography, sound, archival audio and moving image, light, earth, grit, stones, bricks, cement, concrete and newspapers, which will be on show at the Old Shoreditch Station Project Space in April – May this year (click Visit for details).
diG.shaKe.riSe.andblEEed,myloVe. is created within the ambit of conteXtism – a manifesto driven initiative aimed at illuminating the interrelationships between art and the social, political, economic, religious, ethical and legal contexts in which it is made and displayed.