Escape into a ‘multimedia walk’ through Frieze London, immersed in a fictional world of sound. Samson Young's When I have fears that I may cease to be, what would you give in exchange for your soul, is a multisensory walk, happening once an hour during Frieze London - for a duration of 20 minutes. Complimentary tickets can be booked in advance.
Performance Times (daily):
The narrative of the walk is presented through site-specific films, music playlists, photographs and a collection of research materials. Based loosely on Graham Greene’s Ministry of Fear, the fictional world of the walk unfolds in a series of surveillance reports on Lok, owner of a bookstore that specializes in tales of personal confession, and appropriates the physical structure, processes, and people that make the fair possible.
NOTE TO ATTENDEES
1. Please note, admission to Frieze London must be purchased separately (follow this link).
2. Attendees are required to check in 10 minutes before their selected time at slot P4 in the fair (click here to download your Frieze London map). We may offer your reserved spot to other walk-in participants if you missed your check in time.
3. During check in, we may ask you to leave us with a photo ID and/or your phone number for security purposes.
4. This is a self-guided walk. We strongly advise that you leave your bags and other personal belongings with the fair's coatcheck service before checking in with us.
Image copyright artist, shooting documentation When I have fears that I may cease to be, what would you give in exchange for your soul, image credit: Dennis Man Wing Leung