This collaboration between London’s unstoppable DJ, Mali Larrington-Nelson (Shy One) and artist Victoria Sin might be considered a perfectly timed comment on some of the transphobic, queer-bashing and misogynistic attitudes that have been so visible in the press lately. Alternatively, you might simply decide that to treat yourself to this story told through a unique combination of sights and sounds is the best possible reason to visit Frida Escobedo’s Serpentine Pavilion if you haven’t already done so, or even to take another look if you have. Both Shy One and Sin have shown determination and fearlessness along their very different creative trajectories, and the combination of their two talents in this multi-sensorial adventure may be the best use yet of the dreamy “porous enclosure” in the park.
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