22 January 2014

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Delirium Desire Danger: Dada

An afternoon of films and performance on the theme of Dada by artists: Julius Ziz, Lijana Jakovlena Siuchina, Oliver Bancroft, Hector Castells, Rene Clair, Hans Richeter, Mantas Saltas and Don Levy. 

22 January 2014

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Tweeting Haydn: Alisdair Kitchen

Last August, Alisdair Kitchen’s serialised #twittergoldbergs project was recorded at the ACF and published in collaboration with Norman Lebrecht. The pianist and conductor is now launching a new web platform for his recordings, in collaboration with the ACF. The debut series on this innovative blog is an eight-week exploration of Haydn’s piano works, couched in […]

22 January 2014

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ars electronica festival

A  selection of films chosen from the Ars Electronica Animation Festival  2013 that explore our relationship with natural forms and the natural  world using the possibilities of digital technology to manipulate,  deconstruct and abstract familiar organisms and environments. The  programme has been curated by Abigail Addison, Associate Director,  Animate Projects. The annual festival in Linz […]

21 January 2014

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In conversation: MD of Surface Transport Leon Daniels with the BBC’s Robert Elms

Join BBC presenter Robert Elms and Leon Daniels, Transport for London’s (TfL) Managing Director of Surface Transport on the evening of 4 February 2014 for an ‘in conversation’ event. From the highs of the Olympic Games to the lows of the London riots it promises to be a thrilling ride as Robert draws from Leon […]

20 January 2014

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Dialogues: Art, Performance, Film

DIALOGUES: ART, PERFORMANCE, FILM Conversation makes the world go around. And in recent times creative works of conversation have been a forceful part of contemporary art practices, ‘relational’ and participatory performances, and the rising genre of the essay film in experimental documentary cinema and video. Conversing has long been prescribed as the means to solve […]

20 January 2014

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The Breakfast Club Panel Discussion

28 January 6.30pmUnderdog Gallery ARCH 6, CRUCIFIX LANE,Bermondsey,LONDON,SE1 3JW Georgie O’Keeffe once stated that ‘to create one’s own world in any of the arts takes courage’. In an age of multidisciplinary art practice no longer governed by grand narratives, what should the role of art education be, in preparing artists to confront the challenges they […]

20 January 2014

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The Gluts – Gig and Premier of ‘The Gluts Go To Copenhagen’

“Responding to a global crisis by forming a girl band!” A valentines premier of the musical documentary ‘The Gluts Go To Copenhagen’ followed by a unique gig by The Gluts! The Gluts (Gina Birch, Kaffe Matthews and Hayley Newman) took their DIY eco-absurdo-feminist musical ‘Café Carbon’ to the streets and bars of Copenhagen for the […]

18 January 2014

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Director Talk: Ian Rosenfeld on Emmanuel Barcilon

For the last day of Emmanuel Barcilon’s ‘Penetrating Stillness’ exhibition, a talk will be lead by gallery director Ian Rosenfeld where the artist’s work will be discussed. emmanuel barcilon, untitled, 2009, pure pigments, varnish, wood, 200 x 153 cm

17 January 2014

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Panel Discussion: Kino/Film: Soviet Posters of the Silent Screen

Panel discussion: Wednesday 22 January 2014, 6pm To celebrate the opening of Kino/Film: Soviet Posters of the Silent Screen, GRAD will be hosting a panel discussion at the gallery. Co-curators Elena Sudakova (Director of GRAD) and Lutz Becker (film critic and art historian) will be joined by special guests to discuss the themes of KINO/FILM.  Joining the panel will […]

14 January 2014

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Connecting Conversations: Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has been MP for Islington for 30 years and is very active both in his constituency and in parliament. He is committed to the needs of the poor and human rights at both a local (ie affordable housing, benefits, immigration) and an international level (CND, All Party Parliamentary Groups on many subjects). When […]

14 January 2014

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Humanitarian Artistic Fund

We have attracted an Angel Investor who wants to create a Humanitarian Aristic Fund for Film and Arts training facilities..They have banking connections and long term capabilities with proof.They have committed $25 Million dollars and are seeking other investors for the fund. We have the Pitch, Business Plan and Financial Report available. Please contact myself, […]

13 January 2014

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Dan Peyton: Early photography, chemistry and the passage of time

In a world where the ubiquity of photography has spawned new social constructs (selfies, instagrams and sexting for example) the physical means of producing a photograph has disappeared. There is no evidence of image creation present in the image. Dan Peyton painstakingly makes photographs using early techniques in an exploration of the nature of defunct […]

13 January 2014

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Artist Talk & Screening: Isaac Julien ‘Vagabondia’

Commissioned by Film and Video Umbrella in 2000, Isaac Julien’s twin-screen installation Vagabondia was filmed in the reverberant setting of London’s Sir John Soane’s Museum. Colliding the disciplined eye of the curator/collector with the mercurial spirit of choreography, its puckish animation of this unique space parallels Julien’s own elliptical investigations of art history. In this […]

13 January 2014

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Talk & Presentation: ‘Remote Viewer’, Graham Gussin and In Conversation with Jonathan Watkins

Remote Viewer is an iconic video work by this internationally acclaimed artist, in which a journey, by Gussin, through a far-off landscape is paralleled by the efforts of a ‘remote viewer’ to locate him. Looking back, from a distance of more than ten years since the piece was first made, Gussin talks about it, and […]

13 January 2014

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Special Screening & Music Performance: Jayne Parker with Anton Lukoszevieze

Free daytime art, music and performance event featuring Jayne Parker’s Foxfire Eins. For the full programme, please see here. A recurring theme in Jayne Parker’s recent film works has been her deepening interest in contemporary classical music – as reflected in a number of fluent and assured chamber pieces featuring performances by the cellist Anton Lukoszevieze. […]

13 January 2014

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Screening & In-Conversation: Marine Hugonnier, ‘Ariana’

Marine Hugonnier makes essay films in which the lines between fiction and documentary are both questioned and blurred. Often recording a journey, her films take time to examine the cultural context of a particular place or subject and the politics of the imagery she generates. Her films are tools for critical thinking and an attempt […]

13 January 2014

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Screening & Talk: ‘Celebration (Cyprus Street)’ Melanie Manchot

Melanie Manchot’s collective portrait Celebration recorded a contemporary street party in London’s East End. This special screening of her work will take place in Leeds’ soon to be opening arts space in the former Tetley Brewery HQ, and in a part of the city whose streets are being restored, and newly opened up for public […]

13 January 2014

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ARTIST TALK | A visual language transcending time and trends

In line with the upcoming exhibition Time of the Empress, exhibiting artists Anthony Aziz and Sammy Cucher will be in conversation with V&A Curator of Photography, Martin Barnes.   6.00 PM Reception 6.30 PM Artist Talk 7.30 PM Q & A   Please RSVP to rsvp@gazelliarthouse.com to secure your place

8 January 2014

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Leyden Gallery present Humanimal Performance: The Red Blinder & Artist Talk

To mark the final exhibition week of Animal/Liminal, Leyden Gallery present their first special Live Arts Performance accompanied by an Artist talk on 16th January 6:30pm – 9pm The Humanimal Performance: The Red Blinder Halfway between deer and human, between reality and fiction, she sings. Her chant tells us that we need to re-learn to read, […]

19 December 2013

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Closing Party & Holiday Celebrations | Unblind Ambitions

Please join us for a final viewing of Boris Born’s art if you haven’t already, and stay around as we celebrate the end of the season with fellow TIL artists, staff, and friends.  Boris Born’s works are spectacular, alienesque abstractions. They are as free in style as they are in concept— nameless and unhinged from […]

18 December 2013

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Mshr

With electronic audio, organic material, light, and reflective surface, MSHR merge technology with the more primal and intuitive aesthetics of folk art and spiritualism. Engaging in improvised action within their carefully constructed landscapes of organic and technological debris they have developed methods of manipulating physical material to conjure transformative psychedelic experiences. Their performances visually bombard […]

14 December 2013

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‘Are You Sitting Down?’ Screening sculpture in/as moving image.

‘Are You Sitting Down?’ Screening sculpture in/as moving image.  From fiction to documentary, from art house to blockbuster, this curated program is sure to cast sculpture in an unusual light. 15 different films including cinematic classics such as Smithson’s Spiral Jetty (1970), and Signer’s Suitcase: On the Road with Roman Signer, (1996) to new works from Matt Firpo, Adeline De Monseignat, New British […]

13 December 2013

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The ‘RE PETITIONER’ – Broadsheet Number 4

The ‘RE PETITIONER’ – Broadsheet Number 4 published by Foundling Court: a free and itinerant print project by Hannah Sawtell.  Readings of the texts by invited readers will commence at 7.30pm:  Sediment and Seduction by Rachal Bradley, a perilous search for the workings of the base, read by Alan Michael. The Capitalisation of Death by John […]

9 December 2013

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Tom Barnett: The Beautiful Game Act Three

The space will be transformed from the immersive, multimedia environment of the past two weeks into its closing configuration. Featuring an audiovisual installation set within an imagined landscape, this new iteration will be introduced by a performance on the night.

5 December 2013

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Toddler Art Class

Bring your under 5’s for some painting, sculpting, collage, drawing and more!

5 December 2013

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Peter Newman: Circulation (Finissage)

Finissage of Peter Newman’s Circulation show For almost twenty years British artist Peter Newman has been making photographs, sculptures, paintings and video installations that address the human relationship to space and modernity. Circulation is a play on the photographic process employed – whereby a scene is rendered into a circular panorama – but also references other forms of movement […]

3 December 2013

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DocHouse Presents: HERE BE DRAGONS

Special PreviewDir. Mark CousinsUK – 2013 – 73 mins Part road movie, part film essay, part contemplative travelogue, Mark Cousins’ latest film is a richly textured and poetic journey amongst the history, geography and imagination of Albania. In the past, cartographers wrote ‘Here be Dragons’ on maps of areas they hadn’t yet visited, in fear […]

3 December 2013

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Kinetica Museum at BL NK

To launch Kinetica’s partnership with the stunning new BL-NK space in Shoreditch, we will be hosting an audiovisual performance event and exhibition on the evening of Saturday 7th December. Kimatica will be performing their new interactive body mapping show ‘Animal Myth’, in which surreal costumes, sound and light combine to induce a hypnotic experience, playing with […]

26 November 2013

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Suzanne Treister: Artist’s Talk

Suzanne Treister will be talking about her current exhibition “In The Name Of Art and other recent works”. Much of Treister’s recent work maps ways that human intelligence and military intelligence currently interact and work on each other. She explores how in a world increasingly determined by pervasive technologies and the demands of the military […]

26 November 2013

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Harold Offeh: Covers Playlist

Covers is an ongoing series of performances by Harold Offeh in which he attempts to transform a series of music album covers from the 70s & 80s into durational performances. The series has been developed through photographs, video and live performance. For Covers: Playlist, Offeh will enact a series of album covers accompanied by the tracks from […]

26 November 2013

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Pangaea Sculptors Centre ‘Open Lecture’

Pangaea Sculptors Centre ‘OPEN LECTURE’ The relationship between sculptural expressions, architectural forms and engineering principles is a complex one, particularly when considering the interplay between structure and surface. With reference to ancient, Renaissance and modern vaulted and domed structures, artist and trained architect Ken Wilder will reflect on the historical roots and contemporary context of this subject. […]

26 November 2013

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Christmas Studio Sessions

From Saturday 21 December until Sunday 5 January, the studio will be open for drop-in children’s festive activities. There will also be a free holiday trail, which will enable children to explore the gallery’s latest exhibitions and permanent collection. Activities are self-led and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.