Lawrence Lek: Geomancer
Artist and filmmaker Lawrence Lek returns to Tramway, with a screening of three new works, Play Station, Sinofuturism, and Geomancer.
About Lawrence Lek: Geomancer
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Using his characteristic style of computer ani-mation Leks recent works attempt to map the spirit of our rapidly dawning age - one whose characteristics, Lek implies, include the growing ascendancy of Sino-Futurism, the idea that China's technological development constitutes a new form of Artificial Intelligence.
This is a welcome return to Tramway by Lek, whose work featured in our Glasgow International group show in 2016.
Play Station (Farsight Corporate Trailer) 2017, HD video, sound, 5m 05s
Sinofuturism (1839 – 2046) 2017, HD video, sound, Extract 9m 42s
Geomancer, 2017, HD video, Stereo sound, 48min 51s
Geomancer was commissioned for the Jerwood/FVU Awards: Neither One Thing or Another, a collaboration between Jerwood Charitable Foundation and FVU. FVU is supported by Arts Council England.
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