Deep Down Inside by Thomas van Linge
Thomas van Linge‘s work embraces popular culture, musical heritage and the effects of technology and commodification on contemporary society. For Deep Down Inside he has created a series of sculptures that mimic the form and function of heavy duty flight cases, acting as archives for a reimagined history of electronic dance music. The Velociraptor-narrated short film follows a similar thread, aligning natural, industrial and cultural phenomena through the notion of sound as a conveyor of the past. Thomas recently completed his MA in Sculpture at the Royal College of Art, and continues to run two experimental dance music record labels, BAKK and RUBBER. He also performs under his music moniker Randstad.
Deep Down Inside is showing at J Hammond Projects until 10th March 2018.