25 March 2013

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Michael Heilgemeir: The Nomadic Studio Book Launch

The Nomadic Studioby Michael Heilgemeir is a publication of photographs and texts which together form an enquiry into the role of the artist studio within the re-development of cities today and portray the spirit of an artists’ commune working in temporary urban sites. The book launch is accompanied by a reading and a film screening.Free […]

25 March 2013

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Monoculture: Coffee Morning

A chance for a curatorial walk-around the exhibition Monoculture, followed by an informal discussion focusing on issues raised by the works – including the effect of social media on the rising generation. Babes in arms welcome. Beaconsfield’s Ragged Canteen provides free cups of tea. Free – no booking necessary

25 March 2013

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Phantom Fuel: Spring Song Cycle

This cycle of newly commissioned string ‘songs’ by young composers offers a unique set of responses to works in the exhibition. Violist Stephen Upshaw will perform the cycle, guiding the audience through the space in this intimate live event. Booking essential.

25 March 2013

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Social City Talk

Social City Talk is one in a series of four free public talks looking at how to become a smart citizen in a smart city.  Speakers for this talk include Graham Harwood (artist) and Nigel Tyrell (Love Clean Streets and Lewisham Borough Council),Dr Jennifer Gabrys (academic and researcher) and Olivia Solon (Associate Editor of Wired.co.uk). The Social City talk will look at the […]

25 March 2013

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Secure City Talk

Secure City Talk is one of a series of four free public talks looking at how to become a smart citizen in a smart city.  Speakers for this talk include David Matthews (author), Kasper de Graaf (CEO of Images), Claire Fox (Institute of Ideas) andDr David Barnard-Wills (academic and writer). Secure City talk will look at the use of surveillance and data […]

25 March 2013

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Sound City Talk

Sound City Talk is part of a series of four free public talks on how to become a smart citizen in a smart city.  Speakers for this talk include Dr John Levack Drever (sound artist and academic), Peter Cusack (sound artist) and Francesca Panetta (audio producer and sound artist). This talk looks at the locative and cognitive potential of sound and […]

25 March 2013

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Smart City Talk

Smart City Talk is one of a series of free public talks looking at how to become a smart citizen in a smart city.  Speakers for this talk are Dr Matthew Fuller (academic), Emilie Giles (artist and technologist), Ajit Joakar (futuretext) and Christian Nold (artist). Smart Cities use new technologies and networked infrastructures to theoretically […]

22 March 2013

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Culture Now: Paul Pfeiffer

Paul Pfeiffer (born Honolulu, Hawaii, 1966) is an American sculptor, photographer and video artist. He has had solo exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2002), the Barbican Arts Centre, London (2003), and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2003), among many other institutions worldwide. He participated in the Whitney Biennial in […]

22 March 2013

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Haroon Mirza in conversation with Dr Sook-Kyung Lee: The Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2012

Haroon Mirza, winner of the Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2012, had a solo show at SCAI THE BATHHOUSE in Tokyo earlier this year as part of the Prize, exhibiting his installation Falling Rope. In this talk, the artist will focus on his work and how his experiences in Japan have inspired his artistic practice. He will also discuss in […]

22 March 2013

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Memodrome:Exile

A Forum Theatre event part of the“Open Arena – Theatre of Testimonies” An exciting story about the challenges of leaving the home country after being exposed to a repressive political system and trying to understand the traces left upon you while assimilating a new culture.   Join us on 6th of April at Rich Mix – […]

21 March 2013

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But What Kind Of Art

As an artist, you may be drawn to one particular medium over another, but that doesn’t mean that you always remain faithful to it. In order to develop your craft, you may be interested in exploring different genres and means of expression and want to challenge what has become expected of you. However, too often, […]

21 March 2013

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Workshop: Pen Nor Paper

After years of writing for traditional theatre and radio, dramatist and cross-art form adventurer Jennifer Farmer found herself working in art forms that challenged her definition of writing and her identity as a writer. In this practical workshop, Jennifer explores what it means to write for cross-art forms and shares tools and techniques on how […]

21 March 2013

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On the Roof

On The Roof will be presenting an electric night at the fabulous Vibe Gallery. An evening of varied entertainment.   Alongside of the collective, some amazing guest artists showing their works like Charlie Ford, Andrew Graham, The London SoundPainting Orchestra, Typhaine Delaup, GIOrgi Janiashivili, Teresa Georgallis and Tim Maryon.   Join in the dancing with […]

21 March 2013

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Sharpen My Pencil life drawing salon with Coffee+Sponge

Visual artist Samuel Overington + theatre artist Jennifer Farmer team together as Coffee+Sponge to present their performance-driven life drawing salon, ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS. Inspired by the dance works of Marie Chouinard and Erwin Wurm’s one-minute sculptures, ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS asks what happens when we are forced to explore alternative vocabularies of movement. www.coffeeandsponge.com Inquire for bookings […]

21 March 2013

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The Snorks, Loris Gréaud, 2012

The UK premiere of Loris Gréaud’s The Snorks, featuring Anti-Pop Consortium, Charlotte Rampling and David Lynch. The film forms part of a long-term project conceived by the French artist – a pop concert for creatures living at the depths of the ocean. Gréaud will be present for a Q&A following the screening. More info here: […]

21 March 2013

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Exhibition opening with Pecka Kucha talks

The last two weeks of the residency are an exhibition of the work by all ten artists over the residency period. This evening is a chance to hear some of the artists talk about their work in Pecka Kucha styled presentations: each presentation will be 20 slides long with 20 seconds spent on each slide, […]

21 March 2013

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Showing: Drawing and Contact Improvisation

Dynamism and Stasis are two of the fundamental ideas behind Samuel’s drawing practice. Samuel will be exploring through Contact Improvisation and Drawing, how line can be used as a tool to measure and describe the body in motion. Gesture becomes a physical mark, as Samuel leads an exploration of movement, contact, relations and relating.

21 March 2013

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“In conversation with…”

You, The Artist, Their Work, A Recording Device Luis Ignacio Rodriguez will be engaging with gallery visitors collecting conversations throughout the day.

21 March 2013

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First Thursdays

A chance to see the beginning of Unit 3 Projects residency, five out of the ten artists will have been working in the space for just over a week.

21 March 2013

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Stergin’s Window farm

  This maybe is the first concert of a new monthly series at the VIBE GALLERY organised by us. Based on our existing song material (check out here) we will try out some alternative arrangements and show-elements and see how that goes 🙂 We have  talented guests with us on the bill: Tommy Antonio – Tommy  […]

20 March 2013

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Dean Blunt: I’m Just Passin Thru to Show Some Love

A scripted stage performance by artist and Hype Williams member Dean Blunt, starring Mendeeces LaCore, Siobhan Denny, and J-Star Valentine. This performance is his UK debut in a public arts institution.

20 March 2013

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PRIVATE VIEW “Fragments of Time” by Junko O’Neill

A reception to celebrate the opening of Junko O’Neill’s first solo-show in London. Kindly supported by Japan Centre and Carpo London.  RSVP required: info@junkooneill.com

20 March 2013

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Culture Now: The Lloyd Corporation

In the context of our ‘artist collective’ season, please join us for an in conversation with The Lloyd Corporation. The Lloyd Corporation is a collaborative project that began in 2010 between Ali Eisa and Sebastian Lloyd Rees, encompassing works in sculpture, installation, print, video and text. The practice takes various social, material and aesthetic dimensions […]

20 March 2013

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Culture Now: Pil and Galia Kollectiv

Please join us now for a lunchtime talk with Pil and Galia Kollectiv, who will be joined in conversation by Jamie Stevens, curator at Cubitt Gallery. Pil and Galia Kollectiv are London based artists, writers and curators working in collaboration. Their work addresses the legacy of modernism and the avant-garde. Testing the boundaries between art […]

20 March 2013

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Culture Now: Anne Massey in Conversation with Ben Cranfield

Join us for a lunchtime conversation with Anne Massey and Ben Cranfield. Anne Massey is Professor of Design at Middlesex University. Her writing on interior design includes Interior Design Since 1900 (Thames & Hudson, 3rd edition, 2008), Designing Liners: Interior Design Afloat (Routledge, 2006) and Chair (Reaktion, 2011). She is the founding editor of the […]

20 March 2013

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Culture Now: John Yorke

John Yorke is Managing Director of Company Pictures, the UK drama independent producing Skins, Shameless, The White Queen and Wolf Hall. For many years he’s been responsible for a vast array of British drama; as both Head of Channel Four Drama and Controller of BBC Drama Production he’s worked on big popular works such as […]

20 March 2013

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Warhol on Film

Join us for a weekend of rare Warhol films, recently restored by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. Full  programme: Friday 5 April Chelsea GirlsWarhol’s 1966 classic Chelsea Girls, screened in its original double-16mm projected format from newly restored prints, featuring a cast of Warhol superstars including […]

18 March 2013

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Screen Social: SOUND IT OUT 7 inch special

Cannes in a Van presents: SCREEN SOCIAL – 7″ SOUND IT OUT special The March Screen Social is a vinyl junkie’s paradise as we celebrate the independents of both the music and film worlds, by screening one of the best British documentaries of recent years, Sound It Out. Over the last five years an independent […]

18 March 2013

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Bonnie and Clyde Film Screening

One of the landmark films of the 1960s, Bonnie and Clyde changed the course of American cinema. Setting a milestone for screen violence that paved the way for Sam Peckinpah’s The Wild Bunch, this exercise in mythologized biography should not be labelled as a bloodbath; as critic Pauline Kael wrote in her rave review, “it’s the absence of […]

18 March 2013

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Membership Launch and Fundraiser

Lottery pulled at 9.30pm by Turner Prize winner 2012 Elizabeth Price. Fantastic artworks donated by some great artists include Elizabeth Price (Turner Prize winner 2012), Patrick Coyle, BANK, Benedict Drew, Simon Bedwell, Clunie Reid, John Russell, and Plastique Fantastique. New video works screening on the night include Benedict Drew, and Patrick Coyle performance with his […]

18 March 2013

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Imagining a Re-synchronising: The Phantom Twin

‘Imagining a re-synchronizing: The process of formulating the collective possibilities that presents themselves when we no longer focus on the individual as the basic atom of creative production’. The Modern Language Experiment is excited to present a combination of artist and short documentary videos in the form of a conversation that will allow these ideas […]

15 March 2013

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MickRonsonfest

Join us for an exploration of the career of iconic guitarist and producer Mick Ronson (26 May 1946 – 29 April 1993), as we assess his impact on the history of popular music through a series of rare film screenings, talks, and performances. Ronson is best known for his collaboration with David Bowie on the […]