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Grumbling Fur For Video Installation
Ed Ledsham , March 20th, 2014 12:29

Magickal duo collaborate with Mark Titchner on Rose, a multi-channel video installation at London's Dilston Grove

To mark the 15th anniversary of derelict church-cum-art space Dilston Grove and the 30th of arts company CGP, long-term Quietus favourites Grumbling Fur are collaborating with Turner Prize-nominated artist Mark Titchner to create Rose. The installation is a "four channel video work" with original music composed by Grumbling Fur's Alexander Tucker and Daniel O'Sullivan themselves that will be played through 7.1 surround sound. The work contains allusions to to arcane Christian symbolism, CIA interrogation techniques, corporate speak and alchemy among other ideas and will be premiering on April 1 and running through to May 4. Full details can be found on CGP's website here.

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