ASMR: Senses Working Overtime
19:30 Fri 17 Jan 2020
Two newly commissioned works adopt the tingling sensorial form of ASMR (Auto Sensory Meridian Response). This divisive online phenomena is explored through moving image, dance and gender performativity, looking to how we physically express our interiority.
Figs in Wigs creates an unconventional live art mix, combining theatre, comedy and dance, to explore ASMR’s quiet extremes. Formed in 2012, they have been using puns and pop culture references to charm and disarm audiences of all ages.
This is followed by a world premiere of a new moving image work from Peter Strickland (In Fabric, The Duke of Burgundy), a personal response to an enduring preoccupation with cinema’s potential for tactility.
Our evening’s host Nwando Ebizie (Distorted Constellations, Lady Vendredi) is on hand to guide your ASMR journey, with classic YouTube pieces setting the tone of the evening. Programmed by Joanna Duncombe and Philip Ilson.
This event will have relaxed seating options. Please get in touch with Helen MacKenzie in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to reserve a spot!
This programme contains full frontal nudity and suggested sexual violence.
Fri 17 Jan 2020
Through the work of four artist filmmakers, we take an unflinching look at the human body.
Tue 14 Jan 2020
Belgian-Congolese musician Baloji performs live alongside a programme of his genre-bending music videos.
Mon 13 Jan 2020
A retrospective of the boundary-pushing work of Austrian artist Rainer Kohlberger at the Science Museum's IMAX.
Mon 13 Jan 2020
Regent Street Cinema
Our gift to you each LSFF, a programme of WTF wonders both irreverently baffling and irrevocably brain-melting.