Yarli Allison - Work


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YARLI DAILY NEWS
YARLI DAILY NEWS

Part I RIVER CREATURE
Part II HOW TO HIDE YOUR SHAME

Video (HD) with audio
JAPAN
2018


PART I - RIVER CREATURE

Video Duration: Part I 11:20






PART II - HOW TO HIDE YOUR SHAME Part II Video Duration 05:54

Video access upon request














Yarli Allison progresses from the previous exhibition at the Cottage by imagining alternative ideas that counter to maturing, such as passivity, self-consumption and de-growth.

Non-conformist and autarkic values can be found within the entwined storylines of Yarli’s individual past and Derry’s city history. Represented in the format of fake news on a single TV created for the context of pub dining, Yarli unfolds and completes her narrative by experimenting with processes of content production through conscious segmenting of visual and time-based ingredients in the video screen.


YARLI DAILY NEWS is part of Yarli's solo exhibition Pupal.

Pupal is the second edition of the [backspace], a project which questions Derry’s stances on change, preservation, and identity. Pupal echoes with the live fermentation in the brewing tanks displayed at the Walled City Brewery, Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland.


Curated and Text by Edy Fung




Keywords


# digestion
# consumption
# news
# survival
# alienation
# otherness
# belonging
# self-consumption
# de-growth
# senses
# questioning
# pub culture
# social
# documentary
# fake
# reality
# shame
# crisis
# identity



#kappa #Classic of Mountains and Seas #河怪 #妖 #傳說 #山海經 #百夜行 #Chinese #myths #folkore #river #ancient #creature #japan


News Crew, Villager, Creature and friends

Marta Boan, Shoji Wataru, Mei Miyauchi, Juls Gabs, Winky Cheung Tung Nam, 日光 憾滿淵




YARLI DAILY NEWS Exhibition History
Duo

2018 Yarli Allison & Juls Gabs: Mythical Rivers, PARADISE AIR, 隠居屋 IN kyo-Ya, Matsudo, Japan
2018 20.10 – 04.11 Goodies Boobies, Culture House Navacerrada, Madrid, Spain


Solo

Pupal, [backspace] series, Walled City Brewery, curated by Edy Fung of New Spaces, Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland



Funded and supported by

New Spaces 2018, Northern Ireland
Visual Artists Ireland [NI]
Arts Council Lottery Fund
Derry city and Strabane District Council
PARADISE AIR, Matsudo, Japan


PART II 4 mins version avalible with password only:

https://vimeo.com/295220046

某人游

Yarli Allison - Work YARLI ALLISON (b.88) is a Hong Kong-Canadian born, London-based artist with a multidisciplinary approach that traverses sculpture, performance, digital, film, drawing and installation.