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JocJonJosch is the Anglo-Swiss-Slovakian collective of Joc Marchington, Jonathan Brantschen and Joschi Herczeg.
Through their work JocJonJosch attempt to heighten their understanding of human identity and existence. By addressing the dynamic of their own collective, previous work looked at the motivations and symptoms for collaboration and considered the state of the individual within a group existence.
Recent projects have extended their interest to the unknown and intangible fears that exist outside of our protective structures. Querying the purpose of containment, they question what this is and what might happen when such anxieties are released.
Using their collaboration as a testing ground these ideas are often expressed through performance-type work resulting in a photograph, video or performance. Their recent Existere performance in Testbed 1, Battersea confronted this habit / process of production as well as traditional views of documentation, asking when and how to best represent temporal work.
Current projects confront this habit and process of production as well as traditional views of documentation, encouraging a responsibility in the artist to consider how work should be suitably documented and represented.