‘Left To Die’ – Gisèle Nzolameso solo show
16 – 30 October 2010
Video Installation Double Screen. The video screens represent a transparent window onto the world of a captive character.
As a matter of course, Gisèle Nzolameso seeks to implicate the viewer with moving and intrusive imagery while stressing universal values and emotions: pain, compassion, distress, hope, altruism, exploitation, fear, greed and courage.
The intriguing performances address the notion of “one’s body is one’s property” in an environment where the lack of law and order makes the concepts of identity, worth, ownership and privacy obsolete.
Part of the Independents Liverpool Biennial strand.