Published Jun 17, 2015In addition to releasing his debut EP Waterfall last year, UK beatmaker Evian Christ has garnered tons of attention for his work with Kanye West on Yeezus and the rapper's forthcoming album. Now it's been announced that the producer and musician has signed a deal with Warp and will be unveiling some new artistic material of his own soon.
In conjunction with his new label home and visual designer David Rudnick, Evian Christ will be unveiling a "unique and informative installation" at the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London.
The exhibition is a response to what they dub The Trance War (1998 – present), and will feature a variety of objects and literature. "The presentation will contain an archive of publications, pamphlets and posters spanning the period of Trance expansion to its eventual contemporary ruin," reads a press release.
It will also feature "the temporary installation of Britain's first public monument in commemoration of the 30,000 Dogs whose lives were lost during the disputed conflict. The installation includes a memorial fanfare composed for the occasion."
The installation will be on display from July 23 to 26.