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The new film coming soon from iloobia.


A real life science fiction detective story exploring a world creeping right beneath our feet, where time and space are magnified and intelligence redefined.

The Creeping Garden is a feature length creative documentary exploring the work of fringe scientists, mycologists and artists, from the UK to Japan, and their relationship with the extraordinary plasmodial slime mould.

With an original soundtrack composed by celebrated musician Jim O’Rourke (Sonic Youth, Werner Herzog’s ‘Grizzly Man’) this is a unique exploration into a hitherto untapped subject matter, observing and immersing the audience into the worlds of the observers and the observed.

The slime mould is being used to explore biological-inspired design, emergence theory, unconventional computing and robot controllers, much of which borders on the world of science fiction.

But as well as exploring the slime mould in the lab, the film will also travel out into the wild, hunting for the organisms in their natural habitat with dedicated amateurs and experts alike.

Co-directed by artist film-maker Tim Grabham and writer and film curator Jasper Sharp, the film follows in the unconventional footsteps of Grabham’s previous feature ‘KanZeOn’ and Sharps fascination with the extended world of Mycology.


The Weird

The collective and international group known as ‘The Weird’ from different areas across Germany and Austria have opened their first exhibition in the US at the Inner State Gallery in Detroit, running up until July 14th. The show will be free and open to the public and will include work from all 10 members of the Weird, featuring a range of original artwork combined with paper and screen prints. 

The exhibition will be showcasing both of their vibrant and exciting gallery and street work. The Weird have painted murals throughout the world and have worked with clients such as Converse and Red Bull. Their first group show in Berlin in 2012 was a great success and they been featured in publications such as Juxtapoz and Amateur Magazine.


A brilliant new video by our friend and long term collaborator Iloobia.  In his own words:  ”Turning my desktop record player into a ramshackle zoetrope for a couple of hours with the help of some blu-tack and old cereal boxes resulted in the birth of the iloobitrope”   Make sure to check out his website www.iloobia.com