Tickets £4/£3 concession (£2 Whitechapel Members)
Book tickets through the Whitechapel Gallery website
David Blandy’s new video work Biter premieres for one evening at the Whitechapel Gallery’s Zilka Auditorium. A hip-hop fan since the early 90’s, the work examines how much hip-hop has entered the artist’s unconscious mind. Shot on location at The Freud Museum, Biter will ask questions about identity – how much of the artist’s self is hip-hop? The screening will be followed by a short performance and talk. Ticket holders are invited to the Arts Café Bar at Toynbee Studios for a vinyl DJ set by Blandy of the tunes referenced in the video.
Biter will also be screened at the launch night of a three-day festival marking the centenary of the publication of Sigmund Freud’s Totem and Taboo at the Freud Museum London, 5-7 July 2013.
An Artsadmin Jerwood Commission, with support from the Freud Museum.
Date and time
16 May 2013
This is now a past event.