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Ghost and John are a multidisciplinary art duo best known for their innovative integration of performance and contemporary technologies; and collaborative approach to making socio-politically pertinent artworks. Drawing from their experiences working in biology and computer science, they have developed a dynamic artistic practice that examines the intricacies of the body and nature, technological advances and folklore accompanying history. Their focus is on developing strategies for decolonising mainstream narratives through delivering cultural programmes telling stories of migrants, refugees, queer people and other marginalised groups.


"Radio Neighbourhood" has been awarded Ideas and Pioneers Grant by Paul Hamlyn Foundation. "Bitter Moves Sweet Truths" has been shortlisted for Untapped Award 2023. They were ImPulsTanz danceWEBBER and ATLAS Young Choreographer in 2019. 5+ projects supported by Art Council England. They were previous researchers at Moving Margins and are currently Civic Futures fellow at Greater London Authority.

Their works have been presented internationally at Bloomsbury Festival and CCA Goldsmiths in London, ImPulsTanz in Vienna and Goethe-Institut in Hong Kong. Ghost and John are co-founders of Hidden Keileon CIC - an art collective creating the yet-to-exist and hard-to-imagine.

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Commission and book us for:

  • movement, dance performance and acting

       (ImPulsTanz Vienna, Hellerau Dresden, TD Berlin, Omnibus Theatre …)

  • commercial TV, film and photo (Maison Margiela, McDonalds)

  • choreography, directing and writing for radio, stage and film

       (NTS Radio, Streatham Space Project, Bloomsbury Festival, Goethe-Institut, Migration Matters Festival, Tai Kwun Hong Kong...)

  • research, workshops and panels on: collaborative practices, decolonial art making, multidisciplinary thinking

       (Wellcome Collection, Internationales Theaterinstitut Berlin, Pushkin House, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Centro per la Scena Contemporanea, Chisenhale Dance Space...)

  • installation exhibition and durational work

        (CCA Goldsmiths, Deptford X, Making Space Gallery, Artsdepot...)

  • film production and screening

       (performingborders, Queer Art Projects, Moongate Production...)

Cover film credits:
Cinematography: Ivan Wong and his film crew
Body paint: Hiu Tung Lau

Performance and editing: Ghost and John

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