Gaming in Waziristan

Noor Behram, Documents from the Frontier, 2007-2011

A cache of hitherto unseen images taken by a local journalist in the tribal regions of Pakistan reveal the unequal human cost of remotely controlled war machines. Courtesy Reprieve. QuickTime movies compiled by Iben la Cour.


Butler Brothers, The Ethical Governor, 2010

Butler Brothers employ the codes and aesthetics of 3D animation to provide a satirical critique of Western capitalism and its imperialist imperatives. Courtesy John Butler.


Nooshin Farhid, Conic Studies, 2010

Farhid sifts through information-overload to construct elusive collages of moving image, alluding to the structures of power. The Conic Studies series prefigures Conic Trilogy, Fahrid’s major video work engaging with the apparatus of war: to be screened 6 September–16 October, 2011. Courtesy Nooshin Fahrid and the Agency

The exhibition Gaming in Waziristan is curated by Beaconsfield to deliver a cultural context in which to debate the issues raised by documentary photographs in possession of Reprieve. With special thanks to Alexa de Ferranti, Iben La Cour and Southampton Solent University.

Duration 19 July 2011 - 05 August 2011
Times Tuesday - Friday 11-5pm
Cost Free
Venue Beaconsfield
Address 22 Newport Street London SE11 6AY, ,
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