To coincide with her exhibition at Ikon (21 March - 3 June), artist Rie Nakajima and collaborator Keiko Yamamoto (artist and co-founder of Cafe OTO in London) will be leading a procession from Ikon’s Slow Boat (moored at Minerva Works) into Centrala for a special one-off intimate performance.
While Yamamoto sings, whispers, roars, walks and dances, Nakajima will make a soundscape using hand crafted mechanical bricolage.
From 15:00-20:00 the Slow Boat will become a screening space for short films. For the first hour and a half (until 16:30), O YAMA O have chosen three artists’ films to screen on loop (see details below). From 16:30-20:00, it'll be a mix of shorts from the festival this year with some older classic shorts from festivals gone by.
Dir: Jim Hobbs, 2013,15 mins (16mm B&W film transferred to digital, Sound)
Dir: On-Yee Lo, 2000, 3 mins (B&W, Sound)
Dir: Mildred Rambaud, 2017, 9 mins (16mm Colour film transferred to digital, Sound)
Presented in partnership with Ikon Gallery. Please note: this performance is not wheelchair accessible. We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused.