LuckyPDF to Broadcast Live from Frieze Projects
The South- East London art collective LuckyPDF will be broadcasting LuckyPDF TV live from Frieze Projects. After a year which has taken the group from their studios in Peckham to the Venice Biennale’s internet pavilion, they will be exhibiting alongside artists Bik Van der Pol,Pierre Huyghe, Christian Jankowski, Oliver Laric, Peles Empire, Laure Prouvost and Cara Tolmie.
The group will transform their Frieze Fair space into a live recording studio, interviewing 50 of the exhibiting artists whilst producing new work, all of which will make up a series of live daily broadcasts introduced by special guest presenters. Visitors can join them in the project space studio for open rehearsals and live recordings or watch throughout the fair on special screens and wireless access points. Viewers at home can watch via the Frieze Foundation website.
Rachel Bennett is a writer based in London. From 2012–2019, she lived in the UAE where she wrote on art, culture, and urbanism, especially in Saudi Arabia and the Emirates. Before that, she spent five curious years speculating wild futures, developing brands and strategies for luxury projects.
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