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Kills 99.9% of bacteria

Edy Fung, French & Mottershead, Jasmin Marker, Jennifer Mehigan, Kate Cooper, Roee Rosen

20 January – 10 March 2018

Kills 99.9% of bacteria

Image credits: (1) Jennifer Mehigan & Darius Ou, 'SUICIDE GIRLS', 2018; (2) Kate Cooper, 'We Need Sanctuary', 2016; (3) Roee Rosen, a still from 'The Dust Channel', 2016; (4) Jasmin Marker, 'My Immortals', 2018

Kills 99.9% of bacteria is a group exhibition exploring encounters with otherness which includes work by Kate Cooper, French & Mottershead, Edy Fung, Jasmin Marker, Jennifer Mehigan & Darius Ou, and Roee Rosen.

The new and existing video, audio and installation works in this exhibition consider ideas of purity, containment, contamination and desire (Roee Rosen); confrontations and meditations on death and abjection (Kate Cooper, French & Mottershead) and speculative interior and exterior self-care (Jennifer Mehigan & Darius Ou).

Kills 99.9% of bacteria includes collaborations with non-human entities that occupy the body and the world around us (Jasmin Marker) and site-responsive interventions that respond to the material and suggestive qualities of boundaries and borders in our immediate vicinity, such as the Derry walls, and elsewhere (Edy Fung).

The opening is a free event and refreshments will be provided.

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