London-based artist Mark Aerial Waller’s practice, which encompasses video, sculpture, and constructed situations, engages with a variety of subjects and subjectivities ranging from the biochemical mechanisms that shape our social interactions to nuclear contract workers in the United Kingdom. His work combines objects, videos, and live performance where the spectator, art object, and its relative position in space and time become the subject of the work. Waller questions ideas around the transmission and interpretation of culture across time. Superpower Dakar Chapter, Waller’s contribution to The Kitchen’s 2008 exhibition, The Future As Disruption, is a cinematic travelogue, shot entirely in Senegal, referencing astronomical technologies, while interrupting and distorting a traditional sense of time. For more information please visit: