Expanding Latitude by Yoshi Sodeoka

Thursday 24 Oct
 – Saturday 01 Feb, 2020

Yoshi Sodeoka's film for our Loft Video Residency explores the regeneration of the Earth with patterns that ebb, flow, and expand.


Located in The Loft

Expanding Latitude employs colors indicative of nature, climate, and geography, and filters them through a seamless loop. As always with infinite loops, the loop is constantly creating and erasing, much like the earth. The images may appear to be analog since they are psychedelic-leaning, but they are entirely digitally created. The video feedback is derived from organic computing and its adaptive and unpredictable nature, along with the support of plugins used to manipulate the piece. Watching the loop appears as if the viewer is watching a time-lapse of the earth, ebbing and flowing, like an ocean.


Yoshi Sodeoka is a New York based artist based, whose work is characterised by his neo-psychedelic aesthetic and exploration of multiple media and platforms. Primarily comprising of video, GIFs and print his practice also simultaneously inhabits the world of fine art, music, publications, and advertising.

Sodeoka’s work has been exhibited internationally, including at Centre Pompidou, Tate Britain, Museum of Modern Art, Deitch Projects, La Gaîté lyrique, Channel 4 Random Acts UK, Baltimore Museum of Art, OneDotZero, Sonar Festival, Transmediale, Whitney Museum of America's Art Artport. His artworks are in the permanent collections of The Museum of the Moving Image as well as the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. In 2013, Sodeoka co-founded the experimental video art collective, Undervolt & Co. He has collaborated with bands like Psychic TV, Tame Impala, Yeasayer, Beck, The Presets, Digitalism.