See Liverpool through the eyes of a man who has travelled through space and time to arrive in the city on the eve of the apocalypse in Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho’s unmissable first UK exhibition.
South Korean artists Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho’s new film commission Anomaly Strolls 2018 has been shot in-part in Liverpool. Extending their project News From Nowhere 2009, the artists use science fiction to question the role and importance of art to our present day society. Filmed in deserted alleyways and pubs across the city, Anomaly Strolls reflects on the experience of being human today.
The exhibition also includes the artists’ 2012 film El Fin del Mundo (The End of the World). On separate screens, we see different points in time: a man remains committed to creating art as a global catastrophe unfolds, while a woman goes about a sanitised life in its aftermath. Documenting relics of the past, she comes across a strange object the man had incorporated in his artwork.