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Jerwood Visual Arts, Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London SE1 0LN
The third event, Louisa Martin’s ‘Siren’ (2017), combined orchestrated sounds, light interventions and an energetic dance co-choreographed and performed by Masumi Saito. The final instalment of the programme, ‘Rushes, Sketches and Schemes’, could not have been more different. Christian Nyampeta presented a live audio-visual session, featuring excerpts and rushes from an ongoing project called ‘Our Common Ghost’ (2015 - present), exploring themes of community, identity and erasure. Henry Broome reviews
Serpentine Sackler Gallery, West Carriage Drive, London W2 2AR
Unashamedly political, intellectually rich, in this exhibition is a capacious definition of contemporary conceptual art. Betsy Porritt reviews
Kunstraum, 21 Roscoe Street, London EC1Y 8PT
‘Producing My Credentials’ is a series of performances and an exhibition that invites the audience to enter an audacious and curious version of Sophie Jung’s memory theatre. Review by Christian Lübbert
Furtherfield Gallery, The McKenzie Pavilion, Harringay, London N4 2NQ
‘PLEASE IDENTIFY YOURSELF.’ announces itself with a song and a flag. Yara Said’s ‘Refugee Nation’ flag, designed in lifejacket orange for stateless participants of the 2016 Olympics, floats over the small pavilion in Finsbury Park housing Furtherfield Gallery. Review by David Morris
CANAL, 60 De Beauvoir Crescent, London N1 5SB
Scheuring spoke in her performance about the desire to express suffering caused by a sense of alienation. At the same time she tried to draw attention to the impossibility of conveying the overbearing experience to others by means of established cultural codes. Review by Dr Dominik Kuryłek
For this LADA Screens we are showing Hotel Obscura, a documentary by Anatol Bogendorfer about a series of one-to-one performances that took place in a hotel in Austria, produced by Die Fabrikanten. Supported by the Austrian Cultural Forum.
ICA, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
As the main player in a game of shifting dynamics of authority, Boyce enables a fairly unpredictable performative situation but avoids direct involvement in the action. Later on, the artist reshapes the remains of the past event, so to create an installation that aims to become a space for new experience. Review by Chiara Cartuccia
Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Grabbeplatz 4 40213 Düsseldorf
For his first institutional exhibition in Germany and Europe, Samson Young presents sound works, installations, performances, drawings, sound walks, and films. Making concrete historical and social references, the work addresses the political qualities of sound in relation to war and conflict.
Bristol Old Vic, King St, Bristol, BS1 4ED
The Record is 61 minutes in which 45 local people perform a series of choreographed movements on the vast empty stage of Bristol Old Vic. They are here because they responded to an open call for participants. None of them had met prior to arriving at the theatre for opening night. Review by Andy Field.