Posted on: 17 Jan 2018

Kills 99.9% of bacteria

Kills 99.9% of bacteria, a group exhibition exploring encounters with otherness

Saturday 20 January – Saturday 10 March 2018
Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA)
5-7 Artillery Street

The new and existing video, audio and installation works in this exhibition consider ideas of purity, containment, contamination and desire (Roee Rosen); confrontations and meditations on death and abjection (Kate Cooper, French & Mottershead) and speculative interior and exterior self-care (Jennifer Mehigan & Darius Ou).
Kills 99.9% of bacteria includes collaborations with non-human entities that occupy the body and the world around us (Jasmin Marker) and site-responsive interventions that respond to the material and suggestive qualities of boundaries and borders in our immediate vicinity, such as the Derry walls, and elsewhere (Edy Fung).

Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA)
Telephone: +44 28 7137 3538
Opening hours / start times:
During exhibitions the gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday, 12–6pm.
Admission / price: Free