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(play)ground-less, hollow tongues, 2017

Open: 12, 13, 14 & 17 May, 12 - 6pm
Opening: Thursday 11 May at Gasworks, 6.30 - 8.30 pm

International artist group (play)ground-less are developing a space within a space: an immersive sound installation housing a virtual reality environment which grows and transforms over the course of the week, as the artists upload static and moving images, and speak into the space in real time.

This is curated by Itinerant Assembly, as part of the Curating Contemporary Art programme Graduate Projects 2017, Royal College of Art, in partnership with Gasworks.


(Play)ground-less is Sarah Bayliss, Ninna Bohn Pedersen, Belén Zahera and María Angélica Madero, a group of four artists based in four different cities - Copenhagen, Bogotá, Madrid and London. Their being-in-relation evolves through changing media and technology, following a personal method based on tactics and conversations from which their work eventually unfolds. With an interest in tactility and language their practice delves into ideas of play, non-knowledge and improvisation.