22 Jan – 27 Feb James Capper Tools of the Trade , Rob Sherwood The Mercury Room & Oliver Griffin Theory in Failure ( Sequence one):The Daguerreotype and The Laser print. How we never learn from photographic history, just repeat it in digital formats.
13 Feb, 7pm The White Review with Music & Literature present a concert from composer and solo bassist Barry Guy and baroque violinist Maya Homburger alongside readings by Adam Thirlwell, Holly Pester, and Luke Williams & Natasha Soobramanien
VERY excited to install our first three shows of 2015. Come Celebrate the Opening next Thur 22 Jan! 6:30-9:00pm All Welcome!!
03:53 PM Jan 16th
Ja! Organised by Nick Jeffrey: Luc Fuller, Josh Blackwell, Travess Smalley, Nick Jeffrey, Conor O’Shea, Simon Mathers, Mary Hurrell, Viktor Timofeev, Angelika Loderer, Cindie Cheung The significant succession of images and objects is accountable throughout history, from the earliest account to our present reality of mass production. Modernist discourse rejected its tendency towards depiction, rhetoric of conceptualism disabled material support for the possibility of a unique object (1) we are now presented with an age of endless reproduction. Traditional display methods are residual in influencing placement to re-contextualise ideals in painting, sculpture, photography, printing, digital and analogue motifs insert reality, pattern, optical illusion, cartoon, and graphics. Methods together provide a relative context and unique possibilities. (Text by Conor O’Shea) 1] Peter Osbourne “Art” “Verses” “Image” / Refusing Practice A conversation between Georges Didi-Huberman, Luger Schwarte and phillip Ekardt Text Zur Kunst 56,104
From 5th November to 7th December, Nathan Cash Davidson will be exhibiting new works at Jerwood Visual Arts’ new show, Suspicion. Curated by Dan Coombs, this show also features Stephen Chambers RA, Simon Linke, Gavin Lockheart, Kate Lyddon, Darren Marshall, Damien Meade, Benjamin Senior, Geraldine Swayne, Neal Tait, Covadonga Valdes and Freyja Wright.
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This weekend at Kunstfilmtage, a cinema festival in Dusseldorf, Nick Jeffrey is screening two of his films: Shards (2009) and Untitled (purple drank) (2012-13). For more information, please click here.
This follows a productive period, in which he has just finished a new film work, Merlin (the dude from king arthur) (2013-4), which can be seen here.
Check out Marcelle Joseph’s curated show Architecture of Enjoyment at Fokidos
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