LXVI presents ‘Unfinished Business’ in the backroom room of Hypha Studios for ‘States of Exchange’
Unfinished Business is film-centred installation that explores the intricate relationship between black masculinity and queer community presented by Levi Hibbert // 0_LXVI
Forever montaging; LXVI presents a collage of their existing work in a new hybrid format. Drawing from their longstanding influence in nightlife and interdisciplinary practice of Music, Media, Film and Performance. LXVI brings his ideological architecture into Hypha Studio for an exploration of black contemporary performance.
Levi is a contemporary performance artist and creative director working across the interdisciplinary of media, film, music and dance. Their work transverses borders and takes many forms such as events and live art installations.
Levi creates works for a diverse range of audiences to enjoy, while exploring and challenging the long-adhered-to stereotypes of black masculinity and that of gay men. Their visual work rings true to the edgy, cool, characteristics of new queer cinema whilst offering new forms of spectatorship to those both within and outside of the LGBT+ sphere.
Affective bi-polar with no lows, part of Levi’s mind is laced with an artistic take of black queer expression and the other with their attempts to reframe the gritty appeal of London, Paris and Amsterdam’s heteronormativity. Having worked and lived internationally Levi is keen to continue creating long-lasting conversations and art that resonates between disconnected communities and highlights common causes.
A strong advocate of Art Therapy, they continue to facilitate and participate with mental health services in Hackney, enabling their art to be accessible and enjoyed by many.
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