2-4 February 2019

Oto Project Space
Curated by
Taylor Le Melle
for not/nowhere

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Shenece Oretha
Installation

 

OTO Project Space, 9 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL

Installation by Shenece Oretha
at the Oto Project Space
2-4 February, 5-9pm daily
Curated by Taylor Le Melle for not/nowhere

Shenece Oretha

Shenece Oretha, who lives and works in London, is a multidisciplinary artist and DJ (under her alias, ORETHA). Converging multichannel sound installations, performance, text, print and sculpture, Shenece’s focus is on polyvocality and listening as an embodied practice. She choreographs layers of music, voice, recordings and noise to shape moments of communion and ceremony. (@oooretha)

 

Taylor Le Melle

photograph by Daniella Valz Gen

Taylor Le Melle is a curator and writer based in London. Taylor’s institutional experiences include David Roberts Art Foundation, Camden Arts Centre and a role as Assistant Curator, Public Programmes at Serpentine Galleries. There Taylor co-programmed the Galleries’ film, talks and performance series such as Park Nights 2017. Taylor has also organised shows at: McKenna Museum of Art (New Orleans), Chisenhale Dance Space, Arcadia Missa, and Assembly Point (all London). Taylor’s writing has been featured in: Art Monthly, Flash Art and Sophia Al Maria’s upcoming Sad Sack (Bookworks, 2018). With artist Imran Perretta, they have initiated not/nowhere, an artist workers’ cooperative focusing on film, audio and digital practices. With Rowan Powell (PhD Candidate, UC Santa Cruz), Taylor runs PSS, a publisher of  printed matter whose upcoming projects include a publication edited by Rehana Zaman. Taylor is the 2018 Writer in Residence at Jerwood Visual Arts.