Wednesday, February 25, 2009
27.02.2009, from 20:00 until late
CHEAP BAR. OPEN LATE.
Friday, February 27, 2009 at 8:00pm
Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 3:00am
White Post Lane
London E9 5EN
tel: 0772 419 5479
A platform for performance artists, musicians, sound artists, video and filmmakers, followed by an after Party.
Artist Oriana Fox will be composing an reinactment of Yves Klein's performance painting where he used "living paintbrushes". He covered nude women models with his signature blue paint (International Klein Blue, IKB) and then in a piece of performance art in front of an audience "painted" with them on large sheets of paper by directing them verbally. Instead of using naked women Fox will be using male performers.
Geisha brings to Elevator her exotic and erotic electro pop and the legendary Craig Template returns.
Also exciting new video art screenings and installation around the gallery space including Sarah Doyle's 'Dancehall Danceoff'.
DJ's will groove with you late into the night...
GRACE MORGAN & HER BEAUTIFUL MINIONS
BRAM THOMAS ARNOLD & ELEANOR WYNNE
LAURA OLDFIELD FORD
VJ MALT DUCK
DJ SNOOZIE HEXAGON
DJ DAVID NOTARIUS OF SOUTH HACKNEY RADIO
PLUS DJ'S AND MUCH MORE.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
My piece in the Kiss Of A Lifetime show is based on the William March book and 1956 film “The Bad Seed”. The focus of the film is Rhoda a murdering sociopath child. She uses the phrase ‘what would you give me for a basket of kisses?’ to ingratiate herself and get what she wants from adults. Her syrupy facade hiding the fact she is a murderer and "a cold, self-sufficient child who plays by her own rules".
Saturday, February 14, 2009 at 5:30pm
Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 4:00pm
The Kiss of a Lifetime is a limited edition print show featuring the work of both internationally renowned artists and emerging talent from the UK and abroad.
This show aspires to give an overview to what the ‘Kiss’ signifies within our contemporary culture in the broadest sense, from the romantic to the lifesaving, from the prosaic to the violent.
The show is presented salon style, with the artists proofs pinned to the wall – like that of a love forlorn bedroom covered in posters of idolisation.
With over Ninety artists the show features; Mark Applegate, Magda Archer, Edward Barton, Paul Becker, Dave Beech, Stratton Barret, Divyesh Bhanderi, Simon Blackmore, Andrew Bracey, Brass Art, Lee Campbell, Paul Caton, Suki Chan, Lucienne Cole, Jane Chavez-Dawson, Mike Chavez-Dawson, Sandy Christie, Faye Claridge, Philip Constable, Nick Crowe, Sophia Crilly, Antony Crook, Gordon Dalton, Alexandra David, Jo David, Stephen Davids, Gary Daly, Paul Davis, [deletia], Sarah Doyle, Sam Ely & Lynn Harris, Tim Etchells, Freee, Doug Fishbone, Bec Garland, Dom Garwood, Dave Gledhill, David Griffiths, S Mark Gubb, David Hancock, Shona Handley, Paul Harfleet, Richard Healy, Andy Hewitt, Len Horsey, Rachael House, Stewart Home, Hilary Jack, Mel Jordan, Naomi Kashiwagi, Mark Kennard, Serena Korda, Abigail Lane, Jean-Pierre Lapeyre, Wiebke Leister, Chara Lewis, Charles Lindsay, Katrin Lock, Cathy Lomax, Tessa Lynch, Jo McGonigal, Mark McGowan, Rory MacBeth, Jude Macpherson, Melanie Manchot, Jim Medway, Alexis Milne, Jason Minsky, Kristin Mojsiewicz, David Molloy, Franz Otto Novotny, Joerg Obergfell, Matthew Pawson, Gary Peploe, Vinca Petersen, Anneké Pettican, Harry Pye, Brian Reed, Katy Richardson, Isabel Rock, Liam Scully, Kenny Schachter, David Shrigley, Pamela So, Lisa Solminski, Paul Stanley, Chris Taylor, William Titley, James Topple, Jessica Voorsanger, Charlotte Young, Kai-Oi Jay Yung, John Walsh, Wendy and her Friends, Simon Woolham, Andrea Zapp, + Further Special Guests TBA…
See the BBC news report about the show
Rogue Artists' Studios & Project Space
66-72 Chapeltown Street
Manchester, M1 2WH
t. +44 (0)161 273 7492
Special thanks to: Alyson Doocey, Wendy Roberts, David Gledhill, Sophia Crilly, BEARSPACE and VANE.
This show is dedicated to Tony Hart rip.
Refreshments provided by: BECKS, APOTHECA & DOUGH.
SUPPORT BY: POLITE COMPANY & ROGUE ARTISTS STUDIOS
MEDIA SUPPORT BY: FLUX MAGAZINE