Richard Mosse: The Enclave

Art

Installation

The Vinyl Factory Space

Until Sat Apr 26

  • Free
  • Richard Mosse

    Installation view of 'The Enclave', 2014

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    Installation view of 'The Enclave', 2014

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    'Higher Ground', 2012

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    Installation view of 'The Enclave', 2014

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    'Lost Fun Zone', 2012

    © the artist, Courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    Installation view of 'The Enclave', 2014

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    'Thousands are Sailing 1', 2012

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    'A Thousand Plateaus', 2012

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    Installation view of 'The Enclave', 2014

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse
  • Richard Mosse

    Installation view of 'The Enclave', 2014

    © the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

    Richard Mosse

Richard Mosse

Installation view of 'The Enclave', 2014

© the artist, courtesy Edel Assanti

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Ella S

I went to this exhibition yesterday and thought it was very interesting for many reasons. First of all, the venue was quite difficult to find, in the basement of a car park, a little scary but still interesting. We went in and it was literally a converted carpark into a basic exhibition with large photos hanging up. They were very beautiful and surreal, mainly because all the plant life had been changed to fluorescent pink which gave the photos an almost dream-like aura which was really cool and a little creepy at the same time. The main event was the movie displayed on multiple screens. Down a hallway and then going in, all these massive screens everywhere with speakers blaring various noises to help you really connect with the scene and empathise with the photographer and the people and what they felt and saw. 


The footage was strange, exciting and different, I liked how everything was on different screens and changed at different times, sometimes only one screen would be showing footage, another time, all of the screens. I liked how the footage also complimented but also contrasted each other, some screens would show death while another, life, it was very meaningful and cleverly presented. 


I'd definitely recommend seeing this exhibition, don't be put off of the difficult location and the fact that it's in a basement in the back of soho, it sounds dodgy, but once you're there, you are transported to a world that you thought had changed, a place that doesn't get coverage anymore even though there are still so many issues in the Congo.