I have no mouth and I must scream

Rose O'GallivanNatalie Price Hafslund & Laura O’Neill

Sunday 8th January 2017, 4pm
Performance Natalie Price Hafslund & Laura O’Neill, Reading by Rose O'Gallivan
The event opens with a reading of Under Lament (Jean & the others) a new spoken text by Rose O'Gallivan, touching on negative auto-mythology, adopted precursors and complaint. Followed by Natalie Price Hafslund & Laura O’Neill 's indeterminate event for a live audience I have no mouth and I must scream. Themes of drift, mimicry, and dystopia explore a semi-migratory perspective as a state of being.
Performed alongside the exhibition landlords are not currently collecting rent in self-love, Kate Mackeson, Henrik Potter, curated by Francesca von Zedtwitz-Arnim. The exhibition continues into the new year from 5th- 15th January 2017, open Thursday- Sunday 12-6pm.
Artist and Writer Rose O'Gallivan lives and works in London. Recent projects include: Hospitalfield Autumn Residency 2016; ‘We do not speak but resign ourselves to the surface’ ICA, London 2016; ‘No norms and healing' Ingrid, London 2015; and These Labours Are, Lambert House, London 2014.
Natalie Price Hafslund lives and works between London and Oslo. Graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2015. Recent shows include Death by Coffee, Chalton Gallery, London; Tarantallegra, Hester, New York; Wysing Polyphonic Music Festival, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Yellowed Minds, Composite, Brussels; Raw Power!!! Baltic 39, Baltic Centre for contemporary art UK; Pause Patina, Camden Arts Centre, London and Sargassum, Nats Gallery, London
Laura O’Neill is currently a resident artist at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam. Past projects include; Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, 2016; Fact, Liverpool, 2016; Glassbox, Paris, 2016; Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, 2016; Composite, Brussels, 2016; ICA Film Biennale, 2016; Focal Point Gallery’s Big Screen, Southend-on-Sea, 2016; Bikini Wax, Mexico City, 2015; ICA, London, 2015; Camden Art Centre, London, 2015; Baltic 39, Newcastle, 2014; Liverpool Biennale, 2014; Spike Island, Bristol, 2013