The Showroom

The Otolith Group

The Otolith Group was founded in 2002 and consists of Anjalika Sagar and Kodwo Eshun who live and work in London.

During their longstanding collaboration The Group have drawn from a wide range of resources and materials. They explore the moving image, the archive, the sonic and the aural within the gallery context.

The Group have exhibited, installed and screened their works nationally and internationally and they are commissioned to develop and exhibit their art works, their research, installations, and publications by a wide range of museums, public and private galleries, biennials, foundations and other bodies. This work acts as a resource that supports The Otolith Group's public platform in its function in the UK under the name of The Otolith Collective.

In 2010 The Otolith Group were nominated for the Turner Prize for their two-part exhibition A Long Time Between Suns at Gasworks and The Showroom.

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    Audio Continental Afrofutures Lecture One: Laingian Science Fiction

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    Exhibition The Otolith Group: A Long Time Between Suns (Part 2)

  3. Event Images Sometimes Tremble: Encounters with Durational Cinema – Eyal Sivan and Michel Khleifi

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    Event Book Launch: The Otolith Group: A Long Time Between Suns, designed by Will Holder

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    Publication The Otolith Group: A Long Time Between Suns

  6. Event The Otolith Group in conversation with Lamia Joreige

  7. Event Afterall Seminar Series: The Otolith Group

  8. Event In the Court of the Image: Discussion with Eyal Sivan