September 11, 2016
A tour de force at the intersection of contemporary music and image.
Installed in the brutalist landmark 180 The Strand, where The Store is now open as a cultural hub for art, design, music, food and broadcasting, The Infinite Mix is the Hayward Gallery’s only major off-site exhbition during its two year refurbishment.
Presented in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory to the ten-piece group show features works by some of the most urgent international artists, from Jeremy Deller’s acid-laced document of Japanese dancehall star Bom Bom in Jamaica, to Kahlil Joseph’s guttural dream-like portrayal of a young Kendrick Lamar growing up in Compton.
In this short teaser, witness Stan Douglas’ looping homage to a fictional Miles Davis-inspired ’70s jazz-funk outfit, Bom Bom’s psycho-active journey into the heart of the Jamaican dancehall scene, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster’s spectral holographic opera and a poignant, biting epitaph delivered by beat poet John Girono in Ugo Rondione’s Thanx 4 Nothing.
Commanding 5-star reviews and critical acclaim (“Proof that video art can truly be a force for our times” – Creative Review), you can plan your visit to The Infinite Mix here and see details on how to visit below:
Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday, 12pm – 8pm
Sunday, 12pm – 7pm
Address: The Store, 180 The Strand, London WC2R 1EA