Performance: Silent Echoes

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Image courtesy the artist


Silent Echoes is a new video installation by Dutch artist Dorine van Meel. The event at the South London Gallery on 29 June includes a live soundtrack performance and spoken word performances.

Date & time

Date:29 June 2022

Time:7pm to 8.30pm

Event Details

Tickets:£5.00 / £3.00 MEMBER/ £3.00 CONCESSION


Silent Echoes is a new video installation and live performance by Dutch artist Dorine van Meel. Silent Echoes presents the viewer with a dystopian vision of a future, implying an unfolding ecological catastrophe. Projected on the gallery walls, images of industrial tools and corporate objects appear in distorted shapes, as silent echoes of a past, in which the course of history has not been reversed.

On 29 June at the South London Gallery, the video is accompanied by a soundtrack, produced and performed live by composer Sami El-Enany and recorded spoken word performances by artists, writers and activists Khairani Barokka and Dr. Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio, as well as a live reading by van Meel. Their powerful stories and poems speak of resistance, endurance and cohabitation, and offer a hopeful view for our world in the face of apocalyptic themes relating to the climate crisis and uncertain futures.


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