Digital Stages Festival 22-27 April 2011

DIGITAL STAGES is a new festival of performing arts and digital media organised by multimedia company GLAZ ( that takes place from 22 to 27 April 2011 in a number of East London venues including Stratford Circus, Hoxton Hall, Queen Mary University of London and IPAD Dance lab at Trinity Buoy Wharf. The festival presents performances, discussions, workshops and exhibitions, bringing ...[Read More]

Grey Area

This exhibition is the graduating show of the MFA Computational Studio Arts, Goldsmiths, University of London. Private View: 17th of September, 18:00 – 21:00 Dates: 18th to 23rd of September 2010 Address: Centre for Creative Collaboration, 16 Acton Street, London. WC1X 9NG. Sarah Abu Bakr, Ric Carvalho and James Irwin, in partnership with the Centre for Creative Collaboration, London, invite ...[Read More]

Andy Black – Conceptual Forest

On show at The Gallery, Ryedale Folk Museum, Andy Black’s timeless drawings play with our familiar notions of landscape by presenting imaginary places, which he creates through the slow fastidious repetition of motifs such as trees. His innovative practice was recently recognised through his nomination for the Northern Art prize (2009). This exhibition incorporates a group of drawings from his ong ...[Read More]


What: ‘Ban-Doh@FORMOSA’: A professional exhibition brought to London by a collective of celebrated Taiwanese artists and designers, bringing to life an enriching display of Taiwanese culture. Where: Candid Arts Trust Gallery (3 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ) When: 12pm – 9pm daily, June 9th – June 13th 2010 Private Viewing: 6pm – 9pm on 9th June 2010 – with cocktails sponsored ...[Read More]

Out of Practice, exhibition at Siobhan Davies Studios

Working in collaboration with Siobhan Davies Studios, some 20 students from the Royal College of Art MA Ceramics and Glass course fill the building with site specific works, which demonstrate a lively and individual response, with each student bringing their own agenda to the place or space. Ideas are far ranging with works that evoke and provoke, that look at ways of providing intimate experience ...[Read More]

24:2010 – The birth of a new decade

It is an ambitious project that will not be complete until the end of the next decade. But seven years in and 24photography is still going strong – creating a social commentary that will last for generations. Featuring a number of critically acclaimed artists from across the globe the group’s latest exhibition in Golden Square is set to be the best yet. Their idea is simple: 24 photographers, docu ...[Read More]

Michael Landy: Art Bin

Michael Landy transforms the SLG into ‘Art Bin’, a container for the disposal of works of art. As people discard their art works the enormous 600m³ bin becomes, in Michael Landy’s words, “a monument to creative failure”. Landy famously destroyed all his possessions in his 2001 installation ‘Break Down’ and this major new work also raises issues around disposal, destruction, ...[Read More]

Pressure Drop starring Billy Bragg

Wellcome Collection is thrilled to announce the presentation of its first major performance arts production. Pressure Drop, starring the legendary singer-songwriter Billy Bragg and his band, is the latest play from On Theatre and will be taking place in Wellcome Collection’s largest gallery space. This passionate drama from acclaimed writer and theatre director Mick Gordon, with new music and song ...[Read More]

Sue Morgan – The Various Lives of Thought

The Various Lives of Thought: Fictional Machines, Thought Droppings and Mental Maps Currently running at Sarah Mysercough Fine Art until 22 February 2010, this installation comprises the relics of an expedition in search of a thought inside the head. The black box of the mind has been opened by the invention of non-invasive brain-imaging technologies that have revolutionised the neurosciences. In ...[Read More]

Simon Pope – Memory Marathon

Film and Video Umbrella present Simon Pope – Memory Marathon Dray Walk Gallery, Truman Brewery, London 4-14 March 2010 Stratford East Picturehouse, Greenwich Picturehouse and Rio Cinema 6–7 March 2010 Beijing 2008, Athens 2004, Sydney 2000, Berlin 1936, Mexico 1968, London 1948, Barcelona 1992, Calgary 1988, Moscow 1980, Munich 1972… Memory Marathon is artist Simon Pope’s extraordinary 80-mi ...[Read More]

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