LUX Moving Image presents a new exhibition & public events programme, Grace Ndiritu – An Absolute River, exploring different subjectivities of time (11 MAY to 16 JUL 2022).
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- Grace Ndiritu – An Absolute River
- 11 May to 16 July 2022 // LUX Moving Image // London N19 5JF
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Grace Ndiritu – An Absolute River explores time with new frames of reference, and questions the relevance of previously accepted divisions between past, present and future. Grace Ndiritu (b.1982) is a British-Kenyan artist and activist, whose practice is concerned with alternative ways of living and seeing our contemporary world through spirituality and explorations of “deep time”.
Inspired by Jorge Luis Borges, the Argentine writer, fictionalised in Ndiritu’s latest film “Black Beauty” (2021), the exhibition title reflects on his theories on the fluidity of time. This film will be screened along with Ndiritu’s earlier film “A Week in the News” (2010). Ndiritu’s intermediary film “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (2015) will also be screened online for the first week of the exhibition. Her films blur the lines between different time frames and explore themes of media, authorship and historical narratives, whilst expanding on notions of temporality.
Opening Event – 11 MAY 19:00: Artist Grace Ndiritu in conversation with LUX Director, Benjamin Cook. The exhibition will be on view from 17:00-20:00. RSVP here.
LUX Moving Image presents new exhibition, Grace Ndiritu – An Absolute River (11 MAY to 16 JUL 2022).
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