0rphan Drift Archive

0(rphan)d(rift>) Archive

0(rphan>)d>rift :: 1994

0rphan Drift Archive

Two room installation of photographic material taken from television screens
Cabinet Gallery, London

0(rphan>)d>rift was our inaugural exhibition. It opened at the Cabinet Gallery's original location in Brixton, in 1994. The exhibition was a composed 2 room installation of photographs taken from TV screens, mostly of science fiction films. It was arranged in sections according to color fields and was accompanied by a sound track that was predominantly ambient techno. The 'catalogue' to this exhibition was a collective cyberpunk novel which shares the exhibitions title, and served as our initial manifesto > Cyberpositive.

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'Sex, Drugs and Remote Control' by Dave Beech