Exhibition and performance at the Institute of Contemporary Art, London, in collaboration with Evian Christ.

23 – 26 July, 2015.

The installation functioned as a memorial for the 30,000 Dogs who died in the Trance War (1998–Ongoing), which took place in Europe. The event presented archived material from the (now lost) Trance Archive, and drew confusing parallels between themes and imagery of loss, third–way neoliberalism, The European Project, eenormous dogs, Euphoria, and Trance Anthems. Its opening coincided with a performance by Evian Christ and Daniel Blaze, which included the performance of an elegy to the fallen, and culminated in the dropping of two tonnes of black confetti on the ICA audience.

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The Trance War
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The Trance War
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The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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15 Mar 2017
The Trance War
(1998–Ongoing)
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