London project space and publisher i-cabin showed a few works in their space for No Soul For Sale, by artists Lewis Amar, James Alec Hardy, Duncan McAfee, Darren Norman and Barry Sykes. This stack in the i-cabin section is by James Alec Hardy. Using a video synthesizer and other equipment, he's been manipulating footage from the music videos for chart toppers from the Tate Modern's first week open in 2000 in a series of daily performances. (No Soul For Sale is part of the Tate Modern's 10 year anniversary.) Apparently, there was a lot of Spice Girls back in 2000, I think I may have blocked that out!
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