Free event, limited space. Email info@badvibesclub.co.uk to book your place.

The Bad Vibes Club presents Sophie Mallett, who will be leading a live listening and screening session. In this speculative docufiction video, jellyfish are cast as the protagonists of a new era in geopolitics. Global warming has disrupted ocean currents and their dependent trade routes, simultaneously halting trade relationships and enabling epic blooms of our gelatinous overlords.



Sophie Mallett is a London based artist. Her practice is concerned with forms of belonging and exclusion, and how these manifest through national borders, capital and migration. Through video and installation she pursues a practice focused on sounds’ intersection with affect, politics and value, concentrating on the connections between history and place.

Recent works and projects include: Artist-in-residence, Hangar CIA, Lisbon (2017); 'National Anthems', ICA, London & CCA, Derry~Londonderry (2017); ‘Portrait (for a score)’, Tenderpixel, London (2017); ‘Paradise Island’, OUTPOST, Norwich (2017); ‘Hypersea’, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2016); Artist-in- residence, [SPACE], London (2016); Horrid Little Hands, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2016); Liminal States, RCA, London, (2016); Project Radio, &Model, Leeds, (2015); Sonic Blind Dates, Tate Britain, London, (2015).

 (Sophie Mallett - Our gelatinous past 1)