FROG CAVE

GIVEN THE RECENT EVALUATION REGARDING COVID-19, CORRIDOR PROJECT SPACE DECIDED TO POSTPONE THE EXHIBITION: FROG CAVE THAT WERE SCHEDULED. THE NEW DATES WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON.

Frog Cave part 1: Rustan Söderling

Opening : 27 March 2020 6-10pm 
Exhibition dates: March 28 – April 4
Open every Fri-Sat-Sun 14.00-18.00

Frog Cave part 2: Jacob Dwyer

Opening: 10 April 2020 
Doors: 7:30pm
Listening event: 8:00pm

*The Devil Museum is one hour long and will play only once. Please arrive on time.

Frog Cave is an exhibition in two parts, exploring the form of the travelogue.

In Part 1 Rustan Söderling will present his new film, The Cadaver Stone, which follows him and his guide, Duncan, as they trace an ancient Ley Line up the northern coast of Cornwall. It begins in the fishing village of Port Isaac during the recording of the 8th season of the TV drama Doc Martin and ends on a rocky beach in Devon in front of the Cadaver Stone, once the scene of bloody human sacrifice.

In Part 2 Jacob Dwyer will present his new audio drama, The Devil Museum, which finds form as an audio diary. Through a combination of field recordings and musical compositions we move alongside Jacob as he attempts to document all three thousand of the museum’s devil sculptures.

*The Devil Museum is one-hour long and will play at specific times. Please arrive on time.

Bio:

Rustan Söderling is an artist from Gothenburg (SE) based in Amsterdam who works primarily with video and animation. His work involves the intersections between nature/culture, past/present, technology/mythology and aims to conjure notions of a murky past bleeding into the present and to give glimpses of a potentially ruinous future. He studied at Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam and recently completed a residency at De Ateliers (Amsterdam)

Bio: Jacob Dwyer is an artist and writer from London (UK) based in Amsterdam. His work centres around personal encounters that could equally be seen as fables or heresy, in which he positions himself as outsider and employs the video/audio as confidant to a series of often surreal observations, commentary and confessions. He studied Experimental Film at Kingston university and completed a residency at De Ateliers (Amsterdam).

Corridor Project Space is kindly supported by Gemeente Amsterdam