Skelf is a virtual project space, accessible to anyone, everywhere.
In Hell Onlines a website artwork made from 119 videos featuring performers Daniel Oliver and Tammy Reynolds. It approaches ideas of power, shame, and normativity through scripted and improvised performances.
This is the fourth and final work in our 'Movement' season. Each season (comprising of four new virtual exhibitions and a podcast released over a six-month period) will explore themes that feel incompatible with an online experience- firstly ‘Movement’ which began in May 2021, then ‘Gesture’ in October 2021 and finally ‘Touch’ in April 2022.

Each exhibition has been created specifically for Skelf, working with artists whose practice often relies upon a physical encounter, and reimagining their work immaterially to see what further possibilities are presented. Will Pham is a London-based artist who has collaborated with sound designer Rob Szeliga to create a new virtual performance.

The first exhibition in our movement series, 'Bubbles Together' opened in May and was created by Corali, a leader in dance created by artists with a learning disability. This was followed in June by Summer 21 is burning by artist and dancer Laura Rouzet, and Rokoko by Will Pham, which launched in July 2021.

A podcast by Mark Beldan will explore the themes of each of the works in the Movement series in more depth and will be released in September.

Existing entirely online since 2016, we have presented work by over 120 artists and writers on our virtual platform. You can view these works in our archive. This project is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.