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Flooded McDonald's is a film work in which a convincing life-size replica of the interior of a McDonald's burger bar, without any customers or staff present, gradually floods with water. Furniture is lifted up by the water, trays of food and drinks start to float around, electrics short circuit and eventually the space becomes completely submerged.
Flooded McDonald's is a film by Superflex. Produced by Propeller Group (Ho Chi Minh City) in association with Matching Studio (Bangkok) and co-produced by the South London Gallery, the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art (Denmark) and Oriel Mostyn Gallery (Wales) with generous support from the Danish Film Institute.
Hello, here's a couple of articles you can read. RSA rsaartsandecology.org.uk/magazine/features/superflex--flooded-mcdonalds The Independent independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/reviews/superflex-flooded-mcdonalds-south-london-gallery-london-1418552.html
Marcia 6 days ago About FLOODED McDONALD'S really horrible! We do not need that! we already have great destruction in the real world. Please save us
Phunam 4 days ago their first film was with Fire. It was a burning car. Superflex, can u guys upload some of burning car too? Thanks.
Production Director: Tuan Andrew Nguyen & Superflex Cinematography: Ha Thuc Phu Nam Sound Design: Alan Hayslip Editing: The Propeller Group
The South London Gallery presents a new film work by Danish collective Superflex entitled 'Flooded McDonald's'. Despite their international track record over the past 15 years, this will be their first solo show in London. From large-scale installations, through to long-term process-based projects and, more recently, films, Superflex’s work is founded in economic and political awareness. They create works inspired by the points where definitions and possibilities of art become blurred.