[x] marks [super elections], a solo exhibition by Seecum Cheung

Seecum Cheung‘s work is based upon a series of interviews which seek to study the rise of right-wing Nationalism within Europe, featuring footage collected from Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, Hungary, Denmark, Bulgaria and the UK. The next chapter of the work will be focussed on the national elections of The Netherlands (March 11th), France (April 23rd + May 7th) and Germany (September 24th) coined as the Super Election Year 2017.

The films seek to capture the conditions for those who are presently caught in between the lines of (in)visibility in light of the rising xenophobia and protectionism in Europe, to explore how macro politics can impact upon the micro-happenings of the everyday. A total of four films (or chapters) will be produced in the series, gathering opinions from those who feel unrepresented in contemporary society today on both sides of the spectrum, from immigrants to those who declare to represent the underclass.

Seecum Cheung‘s work is based upon a series of interviews which seek to study the rise of right-wing Nationalism within Europe, featuring footage collected from Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium, Hungary, Denmark, Bulgaria and the UK. The next chapter of the work will be focussed on the national elections of The Netherlands (March 11th), France (April 23rd + May 7th) and Germany (September 24th) coined as the Super Election Year 2017.

The films seek to capture the conditions for those who are presently caught in between the lines of (in)visibility in light of the rising xenophobia and protectionism in Europe, to explore how macro politics can impact upon the micro-happenings of the everyday. A total of four films (or chapters) will be produced in the series, gathering opinions from those who feel unrepresented in contemporary society today on both sides of the spectrum, from immigrants to those who declare to represent the underclass.