AFTER HOURS

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AFTER HOURS
As part of the Warrior Square Conveniences project,the four participating artists will screen video works in four shop windows in Hastings from dusk till dawn.

Greig Burgoyne will screen a new piece created from his performance on the opening weekend. Matt Mahony-Page,Kimvi Nguyen and Louise Ashcroft will screen already existing material.

Greig Burgoyne
British Heart Foundation, Hastings Furniture & Electrical Store. 40-41 White Rock, Hastings, TN34 1JL

Burgoyne will show an evolving durational work/ film called Island workout; a performance made on the first weekend of the festival, set within
the raised space above the Warrior Square conveniences. Burgoyne will be seeking to immerse us in its island like status. The film shows the live performance, which sees Burgoyne along with other participants move back and forth following the changing, sporadic rhythms of

the traffic and tide, bringing this tempo into the space. The resulting film sees a static toilet roof become a turbulent site seemingly swaying and rocking, as the absurd keep-fit workout unfolds.

greigburgoyne.com

Kimvi Nguyen
Buddy’s Computers, 188 Queens Road, Hastings, TN34 1RG

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Kimvi’s personal struggle with drawing and an interest in markmaking enables performative actions to manifest within her creative process. She often uses her body to create the mark or be the mark itself.kimvi.co.uk

Matt Mahony-Page
Cash Generators, 40-41 Queens Road, Hastings, TN34 1RE

“The setting, I think, is important when approaching video work and the eventual actions that go into it. I’ll actively seek areas which the live setting of my performance can’t satisfy, areas of public disinterest or out of the public gaze but still within the public domain”.

mattmahony-page.com

Louise Ashcroft
Voodoo Sirens, 60 George Street, Hastings, TN34 3EE

Seaside Screensavers

The bizarre alter egos of your chip shop favorites, the sausage and the fish, feature in these humorous animated screensavers by Louise Ashcroft, possessing the monitor in the window of a Hastings shop.

louiseashcroft.org

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