From February 6th – 12th, the Sleep Paralysis Project will be exhibiting an audiovisual installation at St James Church in New Cross Gate. The installation, which features edited interviews alongside mysterious, hypnotic visuals, was originally exhibited at Royal College of Art’s Animation MA Work In Progress Show.
The current installation is part of Goldsmiths Making a Difference initiative. This free exhibition also features work from The False Memory Archive and other selected projects with links to Goldsmiths staff and students.
The show also features a reel of short films related to sleep paralysis originally curated for the Sleep Paralysis Project’s London Short Film Festival event, including work by Paul Vester, Louise Wilde, Tim Grabham and Emily&Anne.
You can watch a taster of the installation artwork below.
Music: Extracts from Vide Cor Meum by Dominic de Grande.
Extracts of interview with:
Nathan Mckenna, Paul O’Donnel, David Dixon, Charlie Cauchi.