This I am going to, Andy Holden is very worth following:
16 March 2017 at 19.00–21.00
Dont’ mis sthis from Sonia our own UAL Chair of Black art!
1 Feb 2017 – 16 Apr 2017
Sonia Boyce presents a new body of work created especially for the ICA. We move in her way involves the exploratory vocal and movement performances of Elaine Mitchener, Barbara Gamper and her dancers Eve Stainton, Ria Uttridge and Be van Vark, with an invited audience. A multi-media installation has been generated from the documentation of their open-ended live performance. The title of the work suggests two possible readings: that ‘she’ dictates our movements; or that we obstruct ‘hers’, with both interpretations suggesting power is at playNotions of difference and relatedness make reference to the enduring influence of Dada within We move in her. Processes of collaborative improvisation are exemplified in the piece, referencing the Brazilian artist Lygia Clark in the late 1960s and 70s. Some of the masks worn by the audience are a re-working of Sophie Tauber’s Dada Head (1920) – itself an appropriation of Oceanic sculpture. The final artwork takes another playful turn to create a multi-layered and multi-media installation..
At Barbican Curve gallery 20th – 28 th Jan
just one week to see this show – of great interest to those curious about exploring the body in art- and the intersection between dance/film/installation
London-based investigative arts organisation Siobhan Davies Dance premiere an ambitious new installation comprised of multiple pieces by choreographers, visual artists, scientists and designers. Exploring how the body feels when in the act of doing, the installation includes live performance, film projection and objects that are presented as an ever-changing arrangement. Each of the works draws upon the library and practices of the art historian Aby Warburg, who collected diverse images of gestures from different times and places and positioned them side-by-side to reveal previously-hidden relationships
A Hayward Gallery off-site exhibition presented
in collaboration with The Vinyl Factory at The Store, 180 The Strand.
I have heard this is excellent- a must see!
The Infinite Mix: Contemporary Sound and Image brings together audiovisual artworks that are soulful and audacious in their exploration of a wide range of subjects. In all of the works in this exhibition the interplay between moving image and sound is crucial. Most of the artists have composed, commissioned or remixed soundtracks that relate to the visual element of their work in unexpected ways, and ensure that what you hear is just as important as what you see.
Friday September 9th – Sunday December 4th….Free entry
Have you seen this yet? If so.. why not comment?
Another recommendation – this show will blow you away..! but be prepared it costs £9.50
South African artist William Kentridge (b.1955, Johannesburg) is renowned for his animated expressionist drawings and films exploring time, the history of colonialism and the aspirations and failures of revolutionary politics.
In this major exhibition of six large-scale installations by the artist, music and drama are ruptured by revolution, exile and scientific advancement.
This Also at Whitechapel- is very much worth a look.. and it’s free…
Characteristically deploying their strategic combination of humour, information, bold graphics and a subversive use of public space, their latest campaign includes a banner installed on the front of the Gallery and a display of posters and new research.
runs until 5 March
Here’s something a bit more light- hearted at the cool little gallery run by that curious double act Pil and Galia Kolletciv on
It’s a show by the the rather extraordinary group called REACTOR – from Nottingham. Some of you may remember they visited us a couple of years ago?
They are bonkers- but in a good way. Especially if you are into Performance, Cults, Costumes, Sci- Fi
58 Hackney Road
London E2 7SJ
Welcome to the Cosmic Care Home
The Cosmic Care Home
We operate our Home in a transparent, open manner. We are just off the shelf, and we therefore welcome visitors and inspections from all relevant regulatory bodies, of the shelf, or otherwise. Our care, within the Cosmic Care Home, is a home for the Gold Ones.
Opening times: Sat., Sun. 12:00 – 18:00 or by appointment
is interviewed here about the fascinating research behind his current show which opens in Rotterdam next week….link to the interview here
I just saw this show at PEER gallery, it’s rather brilliant, I recommend a visit especially if you are interested in performance/video/music. It’s quite funny too.
at PEER 97 & 99 Hoxton St N1
24 September to 6 December
website here http://www.peeruk.org/current-project.html
William Hunt’s practice is primarily performance-based. In recent years he has presented a number of elaborate scenarios for galleries in which he performs music in physically restrictive conditions; often the residue of these actions might be left as a sculptural installation. Hunt investigates the communication of human emotion and its relationship to the creative act.
HERE ARE SOME OPPORTUNITIES-
AIR Mini Residencies
The 2013 AIR Mini Residency programme will take place 7th – 18th October 2013 and is open to recent UAL fine art alumni (graduating 2010 – 2013). Two weeks of intensive research and development alongside talks, walks, and tutorials will lead to proposals for site-based works in Kings Cross. The mini residencies programme is led by Ruth Ewan and Anna Hart, who will be joined this year by Rachel Anderson, Artangel. The application deadline is Monday 29th July with interviews on Thursday 1st August. For more information please see:
Dear Sleepwalkers from all over the World!
Your very own Jennet Thomas ( Senior lecturer P+ TBM) will be presenting a live performance show at Camden arts Centre on Saturday 17th – see below.
2 current P+TBM students Brian Llinares and Tanya Malachovskaja worked as assistants on the filming of this project last summer. for more info: http://jennetthomas.wordpress.com/
Artist Jennet Thomas and composer /performer Simon Bookish present a live show exploring a hybrid, cross-over space between art, film, music, speculative fiction and performance, including a recruitment presentation, songs, film clips, lessons, a quiz and prizes.It’s in the Style of an illustrated Recruitment Drive; a preview for my current epic Film project SCHOOL OF CHANGE- a Sci Fi Musical collaboration with Composer/ performer Simon Bookish – which is to show fully realised as an 45 minute Film/sculptural Installation at Matt’s Gallery June- August 2012.
SCHOOL OF CHANGE is a new franchise of girls’ schools, existing in a post-apocalyptic future, so radical it threatens the working of reason itself. SCHOOL OF CHANGE attempts to shore up against this breakdown, to educate a new generation to adapt, building an alternative ‘hive mind’ that has a new, stronger kind of logic.
Each student’s learning is bio-technically monitored and assessed through the Personal Circle lodged inside them. High-scoring pupils perform their learning through a rhythmic song and action practise: ‘the Production’. This trance-like group activity produces small solids – Units of Knowing – the currency through which the new economy tries to function.
The first SCHOOL OF CHANGE open day will take place at Camden Arts Centre on Saturday 17th December 3.00pm- also featuring Frances Scott, Nikki Tomlinson and Catherine Thomas – 2 of whom are also Ex wimbledon students. ENROL NOW!