The problem with life is you never know when those significant cultural events might happen. The amount of "if onlys" that stack up over the decades as moments from your childhood are replayed on I Love programmes. Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard have a novel way of dealing with this. Too young to remember the Cramps' 1978 concert in a mental asylum, they just reconstruct it. They did the same with David Bowie's final stage show as Ziggy Stardust. And they don't confine themselves to pop. Bruce Nauman and Vito Acconci get a makeover, too, quite literally in Nauman's case. Their last tribute to the iconic video artist was a re-interpretation of his seminal piece Art Make-Up, in which they photographed the performers of a KISS tribute band applying their face paint. Having recently completed a pop video for Nick Cave featuring cameos by Will Self and Peaches Geldof, their exhibition will be a hotly anticipated affair; just make sure you remember it (or take a camera).
Exhibition preview: Iain Forsyth And Jane Pollard, London
· Until October 12