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Taking place at IKLECTIK on Thursday 27 and Friday 28 October, London-based video artist and filmmaker Rebecca Salvadori presents ‘The Sun Has No Shadow‘ – two evenings of music films spanning 10 years of her work, alongside a live performance from Scott Young and DJ set from Inverted Audio founder Antepop.
Over the past decade Rebecca Salvadori has engaged and documented experimental and electronic music culture in a truly unique manner, finding ways to connect the moving image with sound practices, performance and alternative forms of storytelling.
Salvadori’s audio/visual work has been exhibited at venues and festivals including the ICA (UK), South London Gallery (UK), Barbican Art Center (UK), Festival of Film and Animation Olomouc (CZ), David Lynch’s Silencio (FR), SCHNUCK Glaspalais (NL), Sophiensaele Theatre (DE), III Point Festival Miami (US), No Bounds Festival x Warp Records (UK), Camden Arts Centre on Cork Street (UK), Cafe Oto (UK).
Thursday 27 October focusses on video experiments, collaborations, music videos and portrait films such as ‘Continuum‘, made with Sofia Mattioli, the premiere of Scott Young’s ‘Compression Release Time‘, Andy Stott’s ‘Hard To Tell‘, animation synchronised and non-synchronised exercises of arrhythmic empathy and much more. Live performances of past and regular collaborators including DJ and producer Scott Young will be intertwined between the films.
Friday 28 October focusses on club documentation and rave films with the screening of ‘Rave Trilogy‘ encompassing ‘Final Sheffield‘ and two Inverted Audio produced films; ‘Inside Fold‘ and ‘Desert Rave‘. Salvadori will also present ‘Different Beginnings‘, ‘The Sun Has No Shadow‘ and the newly commissioned ‘Tresor Tapes‘ – recently screened at Tresor 31: Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit. Antepop will close out the evening with an all vinyl DJ set drawing in the far-reaching scope of Inverted Audio’s musical coverage.