- Orient Flux runs until January 24th.
UK visual artist Weirdcore has collaborated with Chinese producers 33EMYBW and Gooooose on an audio-visual exhibition.
Held at the SKP-S shopping mall in Beijing, Orient Flux is set within a futuristic airport and consists of seven installations that take individuals through portals and mazes. Shanghai-based 33EMYBW and Gooooose of SVBKVLT contributed music to the immersive work, which runs until January 24th.
Exploring themes of surveillance, surrealism and travel, Orient Flux is rooted in '70s and '80s science fiction, according to the SKP-S website. Weirdcore has previously collaborated with Aphex Twin, Radiohead and M.I.A. He recently co-created visuals for Arca's Riquiqui Bronze Instances
Fore more details, visit SKP-S. Watch a video of the exhibition below, with more at Weirdcore's website.