A few months ago I met up with Benjamin O'brien, recently graduated artist from Goldsmiths university. Some of the art forms they use in their practice involves garment making, music production, film and performance.
Their garments, props, sound and loosely orchestrated tasks in their work are used to produce dystopian-esque conditions; highlighting interests in clinical materials, fashion, fetishisation, desire, care and community.
And by using a futuristic aesthetic to communicate their perspective on modern day spacial practice, O’brien explores the idea of creating alternative logics to bodily interactions.
View more if their work and read our interview by clicking the imagery