HAMMER RESIDENCY w RODNEY McMILLIAN
But these, who chew their teeth and shuffle, and engage in interesting waiting: what is their plan?
(Samuel R. Delany). Rather than focus on a particular end product or final exhibition, the residency was constructed to be an open-ended period of research and idea development. Splitting our time between London and Los Angeles, one of us was always jetlagged, out of kilter. This posed challenges to the collaboration but also opportunities for exploring altered time-sense and perceptual displacement as part of our gestural and recorded work. Generously facilitated by the Hammer Museum's Artist Residencies program. (Video stills).