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Please access the AR Instagram filter of “Pando” by scanning the QR code. Please ensure you have the latest version of Instagram installed. Feel free to activate the filter on Sakeema in the performative film and on her avatars on the microsite. For best effect, use the front facing camera to activate the filter on yourself and then switch to the back camera. You can also access the filter on your phone by visiting


Mind, Body and Screen is a physical exploration of Feel My Metaverse. It is powerfully intimate, exploring multiple selves, transformation and other worlds, crossing the realms of the virtual, digital, future and contemporary. Scroll for more images.

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In the metaverse, you can have multiple bodies. These are Sakeema’s avatars for her character Pando. 068 Pando is to the left of this panel. The root system of Pando, at an estimated 80,000 years old, is among the oldest known living organisms.

I am mother tree and I will live much older than all. If too many mother trees are cut down, the whole system will collapse.
I spread out and I come back.

Interview between Keiken and Sakeema Crook

Sakeema Crook

The online version of Mind, Body and Screen, including a microsite, performance documentation to view through an augmented reality filter, and an interview between Keiken and Sakeema Crook, was commissioned by Block Universe, London’s leading international performance art festival and commissioning body, on the occasion of Sessions , its first-ever virtual festival programme hosted from 25 to 30 May 2020.

Sessions is generously sponsored with Art Fund support.

Mind, Body and Screen was initially developed as part of Keiken and George Jasper Stone’s commission for Jerwood Collaborate! and supported by Jerwood Arts.

Garments by Agf HYDRA (HYDRA Sartorial Latex uniform offsprings).

Soundtrack by Khidja.

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