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PLASMA VISTA – Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot

Artist(s): Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot
Running Time: 2 August - 1 September, Watermans Gallery
Price: FREE

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.

About this event

Sarah Cockings and Harriet Fleuriot work collaboratively across video, performance, installation, sound and sculpture. They are interested in how collective authorship might offer a unique space for negotiated imaginations of gender and labour. Their work explores systems of creative production; constructions of femininity; perceptions of futility, function and risk; and feelings of precarity and uncertainty during transition phases. They like experimenting with the sensual, emotional and kinetic properties of materials and environments, investigating agency through gameplay and physical action.

The duo presented their first joint solo exhibition together, ‘Another Funny Turn’, at London’s Block 336 Gallery in 2019. The show received a five-star review and ‘Best of the Best’ listing in TimeOut and concluded with ‘Vast Forward’ - a live performance event at Art Night London 2019. In 2018, their interactive performance installation ‘Lendable Mendable Vendable’ was commissioned and presented at both Art Night London and Eindhoven Film Festival. In 2016, Cockings and Fleuriot completed their first work together, short film ‘Plasma Vista’, which won Tenderflix, was selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries, and has shown internationally at galleries and festivals, receiving five awards.

Plasma Vista

Plasma Vista is a short film centred on the performativity of self-discovery, creative unity and mythologies of the feminine. It started as a promotional video for a platform showcasing collaborative and episodic art, design products, furniture and fashion. The artists ended up rejecting the brief, hijacked its commercial aesthetic and seized the business name to form a new piece of independent and experimental moving image.

This is a free event and open to all, so no ticket is required.


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