Frieze London 2015

Film

A short video in collaboration with New York choreographers Silas Riener and Rashaun Mitchell 

Film

A series of short films capturing actors as they battle conflicting emotions

Film

Moving image work inspired by Chilean author Roberto Bolaño’s novel Antwerp (2002)

Film

Film commission centring around the culture of Bulgarian chalga (pop-folk) nightclubs

Music

The first large-scale audio-visual installation and performance by 18+ in London

Projects
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The art collective have created an enfilade of ‘smart bedrooms’ within the fair

Projects

The artist transforms the entrance corridor of the fair into an enigmatic environment

Projects
Credit: Plastiques Photography

Exploring the economy and circulation of printed matter within the art world

Projects

An elegant tangle of sculptural flaura, referencing Henri Mattise’s desire for an ‘art of serenity’

Projects
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An experimental sensory space beneath the fair

Projects
Credit: Plastiques Photography. Courtesy of Plastiques Photography/Frieze.

An evolving exhibition, inspired by caves devoted to the worship of the Greek god, Pan

Artists' Film - 16 Oct 2015

For Frieze Film at Frieze London 2015, Thirteen Black Cats presented 1/56, the first iteration of a multi-authored moving image work inspired by Chilean author Roberto Bolaño’s novel Antwerp (2002).