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Keren Cytter, Vengeance, 2012-2013 (still). HD Film, 7 episodes, each 14’23”. Courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias, London.

Vociferous: Keren Cytter with David Aird, Keira Fox and Charlie Feinstein

5 Sep 2013

Containing a fluid combination of musical concert, video work and performance, Vociferous is the result of a collaboration between Cytter and the London based musicians Keira Fox and Charlie Feinstein of Maria and the Mirrors, and David Aird of Vindicatrix.

Vociferous depicts a fragmented narrative progressively shattered by shifts from video to scripted performance and live music. Over the course of the piece, video constructed from found footage increasingly overlaps with the melodramatic psychedelic drone of Aird and raucous drum driven industrial dancehall of Fox and Feinstein performing live. The viewer's perspective shifts from witness to the text based performance and video, to the audience of a live concert and member of the performance itself.

Keren Cytter (b. 1977, Tel Aviv, Israel) creates films, video installations, and drawings, representing social realities through experimental modes of storytelling. Characterised by a non-linear, cyclical logic, Cytter's films consist of multiple layers of images, conversation, monologue and narration systematically composed to undermine linguistic conventions and traditional interpretation schemata. Recalling amateur home movies and video diaries, the artist's films depict intensified scenes drawn from everyday life in which the overwhelmingly artificial nature of the situations portrayed is echoed by the very means of their production. Major solo exhibitions of Cytter's work include Avalanche, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam (2011), and Project Series: Keren Cytter, Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (2010). Recent group exhibitions include On Apology, CCA Wattis, San Francisco (2012), and Whistable Biennale (2012).

Keren Cytter will be DJing in the ICA Bar following the performance.

This new commission is realised in partnership with Wysing Arts Centre and is supported by The Elephant Trust and PRS for Music Foundation.

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