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Takehisa Kosugi: Mano-Dharma, electronic, 1967/2011


Finally made it back to Raven Row gallery for the first time since their Jet Age Compendium Paolozzi show. Gone With The Wind is an exhibition which brings together three sound art pioneers: Max Eastley, Takehisa Kosugi and Walter Marchetti. Read More >

Posted: June 30th, 2011
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Next Wednesday June 29th we are taking part in a show organised by Jamie Balliu of UP Creatives and Jeff Knowles of Planning Unit at The Book Club in Shoreditch. Information is Currency is a Wikileaks themed group exhibition featuring work by a variety of designers, artists and image makers including Barnbrook > We Buy Your Kids > Erkut Terliksiz > Suki Dhanda > David Shillinglaw > Marco Ammannati > Nic Zoids > 10-collective > Apropos > Studio NMO > and others. There will be guest speakers and DJs. No invite or RSVP required so come along if you fancy it. Read More >

Posted: June 23rd, 2011
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Sad faced man in a rain soaked newspaper left on bus stop bench. Read More >

Posted: June 17th, 2011
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For the next two weeks (18/19th & 25/26 June) Michelle and I are taking part in the Saffron Walden Arts Trust open studios.

Michelle has some new original collages and her “Flight” print with Jealous Studios will be available at the very reasonable price of £60. I’m showing prints and LIGHT TRAFFIC ONLY cups and tea towels. While limited stocks last our WORK/PLAY newspaper will be available… ask nicely and you might get one. It will be great – you should come.

Posted: June 16th, 2011
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Tracey Emin’s new show LOVE IS WHAT YOU WANT is currently running at the Hayward Gallery. In support of which a morning of lectures was held at the Purcell Room, Queen Elizabeth Hall. The day explored Emin’s use of materials and her “strategies of self-representation, with a particular focus on the Turkish Cypriot diaspora, gender, sexuality, race and class”. Read More >

Posted: June 14th, 2011
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His Majesty the King, Her Majesty the Queen, His Highness the Prince – Joan Miro, 1974.

Posted: June 13th, 2011
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It’s half term so as part of their fun packed holiday schedule I took boys to explore Hatfield Forest. The National Trust park is a mix of woodland, open grassland, marsh and a lake. Hatfield Forest is mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086 with records going back +900 years. It was a Royal hunting park and some of the churches close by are built from the bricks of Roman villas. Boys managed about two and a half hours walking – they are in training for arrival of “the dog”. Read More >

Posted: June 3rd, 2011
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Laws of Motion In a Cartoon Landscape (Trailer) – Andy Holden & Tyler Woolcott


Took Gus to Andy Holden’s show “Chewy Cosmos Thingly Time” at Kettle’s Yard. Mounds of chewing gum-like blobs of builder’s plaster – the leftovers of this process also stuck to beer bottles. A series of decorated bowls made from gramophone records hang from the ceiling on chains. Also video, animation, music and painting. Knitted fruit in seaside arcade grabber machines. A room-set with book shelves, ornaments, birds nests – Holden’s father was the ornithologist Peter Holden and the two collaborate on bird themed performances. Read More >

Posted: June 2nd, 2011
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