We open our doors for an evening viewing of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022 and host a special 24-hour online screening of the two commissioned works.
About the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022
The Jerwood/FVU Awards 2022 premieres two newly commissioned moving-image works by artists Soojin Chang and Michael..
For these commissions, both artists have approached ideas of kinship, creation and inclusion. Soojin Chang’s film BXBY is a radical, semi-fictional work which explores the fusion of interspecies life, and Michael.’s film cleave to the BLACK depicts through the form of a moving-image triptych, the continuing legacy of Black male experience.
Content note: BXBY contains graphic reproductive content, direct reference to terminated pregnancy and imagery of the culling and dissection of a deer.
This evening viewing of Jerwood/FVU Awards features a screening of cleave to the BLACK by Michael (35 minutes) at 6pm and BXBY by Soojin Chang at 7pm (37 minutes).
The works in this exhibition have been designed to be watched in full from the advertised start times, we advise visitors to arrive at least five minutes before the 6pm screening to be introduced to the space.
Capacity for this free evening screening of the Jerwood/FVU Awards is limited. We welcome walk-ins but encourage visitors to register to attend via Eventbrite, book now.
Online visitors will receive an email featuring links to watch the Jerwood/FVU Awards films online alongside a package of essays, interviews and digital content to accompany the exhibition shortly before 6pm on Friday 27 May. The films will be available to watch online until 6pm on Saturday 28 May. Book now.
For this event we’ll be screening a version of Soojin Chang’s BXBY which is captioned in English language.
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This event is free to attend: