Saatchi Gallery at Duke of York Square is opening their very first screen room with the UK premiere of artist Christoper Baker’s “Hello World: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise”.
It’s an awe-inspiring collection of thousands of online video diaries, featuring a vast array of backgrounds, ages and subject matter. The exhibition audio moves between focusing on individual speakers and listening to the group as a whole.
In a world populated by seemingly endless vehicles for self-expression, it’s a really interesting exploration of how we present ourselves when we think the whole world may be watching.
It’s had great reviews and is on until February 28th. There’s more information on our Duke of York Square website and Facebook page. Find out more there or pop down to Chelsea and check it out for yourself!