YARLI DAILY NEWS
YARLI DAILY NEWS

Part I RIVER CREATURE
Part II HOW TO HIDE YOUR SHAME

Video Duration: Part I 11:20 + Part II 05:54
HD Video with audio
JAPAN
2018


VIDEO TEASER COMING SOON.



STILLS:

PART I RIVER CREATURE






















PART II HOW TO HIDE YOUR SHAME























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 at the Walled City Brewery, Derry-Londonderry, Northern Ireland.


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.



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