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Magical Surfaces: The Uncanny in Contemporary Photography

Magical Surfaces: The Uncanny in Contemporary Photography

David Claerbout,  KING (after Alfred Wertheimer’s 1956 picture of a young man named Elvis Presley)

Photographers! – this looks interesting- at Parasol Space


Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art is delighted to present Magical Surfaces: The Uncanny in Contemporary Photography, an exhibition that explores the uncanny as exemplified in the works of seven artists from two generations, all of whose work includes in different forms the use of photography as a medium. They are: Sonja Braas, David Claerbout, Elger Esser, Julie Monaco, Jörg Sasse, Stephen Shore and Joel Sternfeld.

Guan Xiao at ICA

This show of Guan Xiao at the ICA looks super-relevant to some of the material + research interests in our pathway-

Guan Xiao: Flattened Metal in association with K11 Art Foundation

20 Apr 201619 Jun 2016

Exhibition Opening: Tuesday 19 April, 6pm – 9pm, ICA Bar. Free and open to all.

DJ sets by Eddie Fiction + Friends


Guan Xiao, Documentary: From National Geographic to BBC, 2015. Courtesy the artist and Antenna Space

Working mainly in sculpture and video, Chinese artist Guan Xiao (b.1983) explores how ways of seeing are now influenced by digital image circulation as an increasingly dominant source of knowledge and information exchange. In various works and installations she endeavours to expand the aesthetic and cognitive possibilities for how identity and meaning are assigned and understood.

William Kentridge show in London

I highly recommend this spectacular and moving

William Kentridge show in London at Marian Goodman gallery05ENDS OCTOBER 24TH!

He combines animation, dance, stencils, music, in an 8 screen video work that is quite something, both technically and for its moving human content. Don’t miss!


Jennet’s show at Grundy Art Gallery ( and book)

This summer I have to blow my own trumpet- I have a big new project called


that is manifesting as a Multimedia installation show experimental fiction film, and my first Book. Here is the info


link here: http://www.grundyartgallery.com/programme/

For summer 2015, the Grundy Art Gallery presents a new commission: THE UNSPEAKABLE FREEDOM DEVICE, an experimental narrative film and multimedia sculptural installation by artist Jennet Thomas.

The film presents a kind of absurd fairy-tale, in which a strange mythical tribe surrounding the ‘Blue Lady’, based on a memory of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, holds sway. The tribe takes a fictional pilgrimage through a future-primitive world, where the difference between magic and technology is now forgotten.
And the link to info about the BOOK of the same name, published by BOOK WORKS is

at Whitechapel art gallery- Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness

girl-with-towel_webThis looks good-atWhitechapel art gallery –

Christopher Williams: The Production Line of Happiness

29 Apr – 21 Jun 2015

A finger poised on a camera – its open back revealing the film roll and mechanism – sets the scene for this exhibition of photographs about photography. Somewhere between a film director, a picture editor and an art historian, American artist Christopher Williams (b.1956) investigates photography as the defining medium of modernism.


Job opportunities for recent graduates.

Couple of job opportunities…

WHAT: INTERN at CREATIVE NETWORK PARTNERS LTD. – we turn disused buildings into exciting places for creative people to work, live & play.

We are looking for 3 dynamic, efficient & charming interns to get involved with a really exciting HUGE new project that CNP is launching this Autumn in Hackney; required for a minimum of 3 days a week for 3 months with potential for full employment at the end of this period. Expenses will be paid (approx £7 per day).

Closes Monday 12 September 2011 Unpaid Part time Artform: interdisciplinary arts, visual arts Contact: Miranda miranda@creativenetworkpartners.com

WHAT: Freelance Screenprinting Studio Manager, Lazarides Ltd

Lazarides Ltd Fine Art Printmaking Studio is a new venture providing high quality fine art editions. We are currently seeking to appoint an experienced screenprinter to undertake the role of Freelance Screenprinting Studio Manager. The incumbent is required 24 hours a week over three days to oversee activities in the screen print studio in addition to independently edition fine art limited prints. This position offers significant opportunities for professional development and involves working with many leading international artists.

Closes Tuesday 27 September 2011 Paid (£15k-20k pro rata) Part time Artform: visual arts Contact: Sarah Fountain sarah.fountain@lazinc.com