9 October 2013

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Artist William Tillyer in Conversation

Join Middlesbrough-born Artist William Tillyer as he talks about his work and the exhibition at mima.

8 October 2013

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Talk: The Dethroned ‘King of the Underground’

Hear the compelling story of the rise and fall of dethroned ‘King of the Underground’ Sir Edgar Speyer. Tony Lentin, Senior Member of Wolfson College Cambridge, will speak about the fluctuating fortunes of the co-founder of UERL (Underground Electric Railways Company of London). Speyer was highly influential in shaping the Underground’s formative years, gaining the title ‘King of the […]

7 October 2013

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London Underground: 70 years on film

This winter, don’t miss a captivating series of films depicting the Underground’s colourful history. On 10 November, experience ‘Underground’, Anthony Asquith’s 1928 subterranean tale of love, jealousy and murder, introduced by Simon Murphy, with an accompanying orchestral score from Neil Brand. On 17 November catch a set of enthralling internal staff London Transport films from […]

7 October 2013

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DIRECTION: An Evening with the Artists

To celebrate our inaugural year as an artist led space, and it’s first group show, we will be holding an event for art lovers to enjoy the gallery at their leisure, and meet with many of the artists behind this body of work.  The artists present will be happy to dedicate any work bought at the event to […]

7 October 2013

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89Plus Marathon

Taking place in London during Frieze Art Fair and inspired by the new Serpentine Sackler Gallery’s multidisciplinary programme, the 89plus Marathon will bring emerging practitioners, born in or after 1989, together with influential thinkers of all generations.  At this turning-point in history, urgent questions present themselves when considering the artistic, social and political options available today. New […]

6 October 2013

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Sonica 2013

Glasgow-based arts producer, Cryptic, is pleased to announce Sonica 2013, a weekend of world class sonic art, all with a strong visual element.  Sonica 2013 will take place at various venues around Glasgow, 31 October – 3 November. Sonica launched in Glasgow in 2012. It has a mission to produce high quality, cutting edge work […]

6 October 2013

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Raydale Dower: The Eye of the Duck

Raydale Dower will create a new installation for Sonica 2013 exploring sonic form, spatial composition and duration. The Eye of the Duck references the ideas and work of the cult film director David Lynch as well as highlighting Lynch’s long-standing musical collaboration with the composer Angelo Badalamenti, who is most noted for his works: Blue […]

6 October 2013

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Robin Meier / Ali Momeni: Truce: Strategies for Post-Apocalyptic Computation [ UK Première ]

An inspiring phenomenon was observed from a seminal research on mosquitoes from the University of Greenwich: to find a partner of the right species type, male and female mosquitoes rely on their ability to “sing” in tune. Truce is an interactive sound installation by artists Robin Meier and Ali Momeni exploring a mosquito’s natural synchronisation […]

6 October 2013

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Rob van Rijswijk /Jeroen Strijbos/Pierluigi Pompeï: Whispers

Whispers is a ceramic sound sculpture of five larger-than-life ceramic trumpets – blue and gleaming – they appear to be floating in a semi-darkened room. The different resonance frequencies of each trumpet form a pentatonic system that is central to the installation. The trumpets spout words, laughter and noise as you map your own auditory route […]

6 October 2013

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Lumiere Durham

Artichoke, producers of extraordinary events, have unveiled the full programme for the third Lumiere festival in Durham, 14-17 November 2013. The popular festival, which is commissioned by Durham County Council, drew an estimated 150,000 visitors in 2011. This year the festival has extended opening times and a free ticketed system during peak hours in the […]

3 October 2013

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Talk: Frank Pick’s London

On 4 November, come to London Transport Museum and discover how Frank Pick transformed the face of not only London Underground, but the Capital itself. London Transport Museum Research Fellow Oliver Green will introduce his new book, Frank Pick’s London: Art, Design and the Modern City, in a talk exploring Pick’s passion for design and outlining how his […]

3 October 2013

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Hilda & Freud – collected words

12 November 2013 – 16 November 20137pm Promenade performance by Antonio Quinet The Unconscious on Stage Company presents a performance about the acclaimed American poet HD (Hilda Doolittle)’s analysis with Freud. The play is based on HD´s book Tribute to Freud, the letters she exchanged with Freud and her literary circle, as well as some […]

3 October 2013

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Psychoanalysis and Religion

Psychoanalysis and Religion Giles Fraser in conversation with Adam Phillips Dr. Giles Fraser is a well known cultural commentator, priest and vicar of St Mary’s Newington. He took a controversial stand on Occupy at St Paul’s, resigning his post there in the process.  He is also passionate about psychoanalysis. Adam Phillips is a psychoanalyst and writer, […]

3 October 2013

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Freud in Bloomsbury

Freud in Bloomsbury John Forrester The affinity between Freud and Bloomsbury was obvious from 1910 and became productive when core members of the Bloomsbury group becoming psychoanalysts in the 1920s and the Hogarth Press becoming the official psychoanalytic publishing house. The lecture will explore the reasons for this affinity and also ask if the history […]

2 October 2013

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Day of the Dead – Children’s Creative Workshops

Join us this half term as we celebrate the Mexican Festival Dia de Muertos – The Day of The Dead. Choose from three workshops inspired by the holiday’s traditions covering art, dance and music, with a chance to showcase your creative efforts to family and friends. All of this along with morning yoga sessions with […]

1 October 2013

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Sculpture Slam—RBS Bursary Awards 2013

Join the RBS for a beer and an energetic series of short talks with the ten winners of the 2013 RBS Bursary Awards: Ruth Brenner, Dorcas Casey, Martin Cordiano, Adeline de Monseignat, Joe Drakeford, Shan Hur, Matt Moser-Clark, Lisa Selby, Lucy Tomlins, and Jiho Won. Each artist will each give a 5 minute talk in […]

30 September 2013

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Camilla Emson

Heart as Informer at MOCA London on Sunday 6th October, 3pm. Emson’s multi-disciplinary practice investigates the internal and external effects of making that is resonant with the effects of touching and being touched. The rawness and fragility of Emson’s sewn canvases and blown glass vessels that are made using found tools calls upon an innate body intelligence and involves intimate processes […]

29 September 2013

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Greenhorn Short Film Festival 2013

Greenhorn Short Film Festival 2013 is an annual festival that was established back in 2011 to provide a platform for new and emerging filmmaking talent. Final Cut Pro X Workshop (2pm – Sunday 6 Oct) Whether you’re a new user who needs to learn Final Cut Pro X from scratch, an early adopter who wants to […]

27 September 2013

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Artists Talks 2013

Artists Talks at TAP for 2013 Paul Kinderley 9th October Katrina Palmer 13th November Heather Phillipson 7th December

27 September 2013

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Onsite Residency

APPLICATION   FORM  CAN   BE  FOUND   HERE Temporary Arts project Ltd, (TAP) are pleased to announce the return of our ONSITE residency for 2014,  selected by Andrew Hunt and Mike Nelson.  This opportunity is open to artists working in all media at any stage in their career, and is perfect for an ambitious […]

26 September 2013

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REcreative tour: Deptford X Festival

Join the REcreative Editorial Board once a month as we explore different exhibitions, events, trips or walks across London. Find yourself taking part in unexpected performances, live events and debates in unheard of places. Contemporary Art Festival ‘Deptford X’ marks the spot for this month’s REcreative tour. You will have the chance to chat with […]

25 September 2013

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Are You Sitting Down: Screening Sculpture as in Moving Image

Brought to you by Pangea Sculptors’ Centre. If sculpture often takes the form of stationary objects and film features moving images, what happens when sculpture is captured in film? What do we gain from encountering sculpture in the unlikely context of a cinema and via non-art specific entertainment—YouTube, Vimeo and other forms of social media? […]

25 September 2013

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Lisson Live – Liu Xiaodong in Conversation with Sophie Fiennes

To coincide with the first UK exhibition of Chinese painter Liu Xiaodong at Lisson Gallery, the renowned film director Sophie Fiennes has created a 40-minute documentary, exploring his fluid approach to painting directly from life, which saw him take his canvases out on to the streets of London and into local pubs and restaurants. On […]

25 September 2013

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Bodies That Matter

A one day and one evening event exploring the cross-over between art, artist and performance through the medium of the peer critique, making the discussions many young artists engage in as an open forum event to include the public.Up to twenty artists will display and discuss their work during the day, culminating in some Fast […]

24 September 2013

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Greenhorn Short Film Festival

Greenhorn Short Film Festival 2013 –Two days celebrating the creative talents of emerging filmmakers This year’s Greenhorn Short Film Festival will take place on the 6th and 7th of October at the New Diorama Theatre, showcasing an exciting array of quirky and imaginative short films from ‘greenhorn’ filmmakers. After two sell-out years, the Festival has […]

22 September 2013

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International Women’s Juried Photography Competition

Professional Women Photographers (PWP) invites women photographers (amateur as well as professional) to submit to our 38th Anniversary call for entry.  Awards include $5,000 in cash, IMPRINTS Magazine cover, 1-year online exhibition and valuable Datacolor calibration products.  Four Categories: Portraiture, Fine Art, Daily Life & Culture, and IPhonography (any image created on a mobile device.) […]

20 September 2013

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Pil and Galia Kollectiv – Terminal Equilibrium (live)

A new exhibition by Pil and Galia Kollectiv, including four special evening events, in August, September and October, all events are free but must be booked, using the links below. A live performance of TerminalSaturday 28th September terminal.eventbrite.co.uk A night of other film works by Pil and GaliaWednesday 9th Octoberkollectivfilm.eventbrite.co.uk Exhibition Saturday 17th August – […]

20 September 2013

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Voxish

In conjunction with Art Licks Weekend, xero, kline & coma will be hosting an offsite evening of performance art that takes live music as its medium. WE Challenging the individualism of the Western pop song, WE reveal the latent politics of the love song and transforms chart hits by annihilating their liberal subject and replacing […]

19 September 2013

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Deptford X launch with SLAM Friday

This September, Deptford X, the arts festival born of Deptford’s creative community, will launch in conjunction with the South London Art Map: SLAM Friday on 27th September 2013.   The South London Art Map is a user-friendly guide to galleries in south London running tours and hosting late night openings of galleries in each hub: […]

19 September 2013

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Sites of the Unconscious: Hypnosis and the Emergence of the Psychoanalytic Setting

Author’s talk: Andreas Mayer introduced by John Forrester In the late nineteenth century, scientists, psychiatrists, and medical practitioners began employing a new experimental technique for the study of neuroses: hypnotism. Though the efforts of the famous French neurologist Jean-Martin Charcot to transform hypnosis into a laboratory science failed, his Viennese translator and disciple Sigmund Freud […]

19 September 2013

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Empathy

21 October 20137pm Screening and discussion: Amie Siegel and Darian Leader Empathy 2003, 35mm film, 92 min, colour/sound The screening will be followed by a discussion between artist Amie Siegel and psychoanalyst and author, Darian Leader. Empathy reverses the psychoanalytic gaze back onto the psychoanalyst. Three genres—fiction, screen test & documentary interview—provoke questions about power, manipulation […]

19 September 2013

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British Gothic Double Bill

‘It’s in the trees! It’s coming!’ Gothic Manchester pays homage to the great tradition of double-bill horror by bringing you two of the finest British gothic horrors of the 1950s:   Dracula (15) Dir Terence Fisher/GB 1958/82 mins Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Michael Gough Maligned and misunderstood by critics on first release, Hammer’s bloodily beautiful reworking […]