Everyman for Themselves: Chance, Chaos and Co-curation

  • Emmanuelle Loca-Gisquet
  • Ela Kazdal
  • Tom Oliver
  • Emma Barratt
  • Moyosore Briggs
  • Emily Burke
  • Molly Coffey
  • Julian Brown
  • William Fairbrother

Thrilled to present you the 2021 Central Saint Martins Degree Show exhibition: 'Everyman For Themselves', on which I have been working as artist manager and creative contributor. An original, immersive and collaborative art exhibition that brings together the work of emerging sound and video artists in an ambition to explore notions of chance, dissonance and chaos. Located at the Everyman Cinema Kings Cross, this ambitious project aims to dismantle the curator-viewer hierarchy by inviting audiences to curate their own sound experience. BA CCC are thrilled to be collaborating with Sound Artist Julian Brown who works with binaural audio, data and installation to create immersive soundscapes that are sure to stimulate the senses. In conjunction with sound, the exhibition will feature a series of silent video works by recent UAL graduates and other London based video artists - challenging the traditional relationship between sight and sound. Inspired by a combination of John Cage’s chance operations, and the well known theory The Butterfly Effect, Everyman for Themselves invites elements of play, chance and contradiction in an endeavour to highlight the potential of individual agency in a chaotic world - now more unpredictable than ever. Artists include Julian Brown, William Fairbrother, Tom Oliver, Minna Ellis, Aislinn Evans, Klaudia Pacharew, Zhaotian Liu and Stephen Tucker. For more info, follow @_everymanforthemselves on Instagram.