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okokok (2013-2019)

oKoKoK (2013-2019), Phoebe Collings-James, Plaster (dimensions variable).

Phoebe Collings-James’ work explores the poetics and emotional debris of violence, language, and desire, through the mediums of ceramics, video and sound.

For you feel me_, she brings together three works that suggest familiar symbols and rituals. oKoKok is a collection of fragile plaster ruins that evoke the image of a hood or spectre.

Collings-James’ work reweaves time: allowing us to reflect on the subconscious implications behind objects, actions, heirlooms and cultures.

Live and Active Gut Cultures or Subaltern Spirit Guides or the Detritus of Devotional Memorabilia was commissioned by FACT. All works courtesy of the artist and Arcadia Missa.