Benedict Drew utilises video, audio and sculpture to create works that use technology to confront fissures that lie at the heart of society in today’s world. His installations and performance have a visceral immediacy, often imbibed with a sense of anarchy and of the capacity of art and music to act as a passage to achieving a different perceptual or conscious state.
This performance undertaken for Open Source will incorporate sound and image. Verging between the guttural, the psychedelic, the pointed and the absurd, Drew’s work offers both a shock to the system and a respite from apathy.
Curated by Richard Parry