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'myme' is a collection of art film style video performances by artists Liz Morison, Joshua Evan and Antonis Sideras. The three artists were driven to collaborate by their shared interest in how unseen forces dictate the way we perform our identities in a social context.

'myme' surveys the way in which we can begin unearthing the endless possibilities of characters concealed within all of us. In other words, ‘myme’ serves a study of how putting on a mask, guides us towards removing the masks we crafted for ourselves - based on the codes that govern our western, heteronormative societies.

  • Joshua Evan
  • Antonis Sideras
  • Liz Morison
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Other
  • Genres:
    Art Film
  • Runtime:
    35 minutes 41 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 4, 2019
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • MicroActs x Cave Cinema
    United Kingdom
Director Biography - Joshua Evan, Antonis Sideras, Liz Morison

Troupe Colours - including myme - is an ongoing multidisciplinary collaboration between three UK based artists: Joshua Evan, Antonis Sideras and Liz Morison.

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Liz Morison

Liz Morison works between rural Herefordshire and London, making films, installations and objects for performance that reflect her great age, her sense of humour and a drive to make art that in its playfulness confounds stereotyping.

Joshua Evan

Joshua Evan is a London-based artist who works with video, sound, installation and photography to explore the convergence of digital technologies, popular culture and human behaviour. Embracing the possibilities that digital offered early on, Joshua works from archives of often unrelated source media to create digital audio and video montages through layering, manipulation and repeated experiments in process.

Antonis Sideras

Antonis Sideras is a queer performance and video artist originally from Limassol, Cyprus and they are currently based in London. Their work thrives in the instances where theatre clashes with art, clowning rivals drag, comedy taunts critical thinking and video plays with live art. Some may see their work as theatre, others as buffoonery or not art at all.