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SHOW-OFF by LeandaKateLouise

In abstract, Art, artists, Jane Bustin, Martin Creed, Paintings, Sam Belinfante on 27/10/2014 at 5:59 pm

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Show-Off

Show-Off, a choreographing of artworks.

Artists:
David Batchelor, Sam Belinfante, Jane Bustin, Martin Creed, Blue Curry, Matthew Darbyshire, Rose Davey, Claire Dorsett, Iain Hales, Tess Jaray, Sam Kennedy, Rory McCartney, Bruce McLean, Zoe Mendelson, Paulina Michnowska, Lisa Milroy, Mali Morris, Rob Phillips, Heino Schmid and Tessa Whitehead, Phoebe Unwin, Vicky Wright, Sarah Kate Wilson, Rose Wylie, Joel Wyllie.

8th and 9th November, 7.30pm
Doors close 7.30pm – no late admittance.
Location: Battersea, London. Address details will be sent to you upon rsvp-ing. rsvp to info@leandakatelouise.com

Show-Off aims to mobilise sculptures, paintings, drawings and performances in front of a seated audience, physically bringing a procession of works to directly ‘meet’ the onlookers rather than the viewer activating the work through their own movements in space.

Conjuring ideas of a catwalk, cattle market, debutant ball and auction house, art handlers will carry or direct each work on stage one by one to ‘show them off’. Each work will be professionally lit and illuminated for a limited time before being carried off stage.

The stage has been conceived and made by Gary Woodley as a design for flexible living. The stage can be reconfigured in a multitude of ways. Individual plywood units can each be moved, stacked and rotated to house each artwork in a variety of ways.

Show-Off is born from a frustration with private views. Artworks provide a context for socialising which in turn obstructs the intention of artwork as viewed object.

A specially commissioned limited edition print by artist Rory McCartney will be available to purchase at the EXHIBITION PRICE of £50. A bespoke frame has been collaboratively designed by Rory McCartney and Gary Woodley. Framed prints will be available at the EXHIBITION PRICE of £250.

LeandaKateLouise present an on-going series of projects, designed to generate innovative ideas and exhibitions that challenge both LKL and the artists they work with. This exhibition is curated by Rose Davey and Sarah Kate Wilson as LKL.

http://www.leandakatelouise.com/filter/showoff

Barefoot Skank – a soundcloud reissue

In Artprojx, Artprojx Cinema, David Blandy, David Gryn, Lone Pilgrim, Manasseh, Tate Britain, Whitechapel on 03/10/2014 at 1:42 pm

 

Barefoot Skank

From the Artprojx Archives – just for fun:

Artprojx Radio presents
the original soundtrack recording
Barefoot Skank
&
Barefoot Skank (Ark Dub Mix)
Produced and music by Manasseh
In Association with The Barefoot Lone Pilgrim / David Blandy
Executive Producer, David Gryn / Artprojx
2008 (Back in day)

Artprojx Dojo presents
The Barefoot Lone Pilgrim AKA David Blandy/Soul Seeker v
The Legendary Manasseh AKA Nick Manasseh/Dub Master

Live dub battle versions at: Artprojx Space, Tate Britain, Whitechapel Gallery

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What’s Wrong With Video Art ?

In Uncategorized on 10/09/2014 at 7:46 am

David Gryn / Artprojx:

Tonight ….

Originally posted on Artprojx:

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What’s Wrong With Art ?

Wednesday 10th September

7.30pm

rosenfeld porcini gallery, 37 rathbone street, London, W1T 1NZ

Following a string of articles on Video Art initiated by art critic Tabish Khan and published on FADwebsite, invited guest speakers including David Gryn, Ian Rosenfeld, and Khan himself will give their views on the topic in a panel discussion chaired by Mark Westall at rosenfeld porcini gallery on Wednesday 10 September 2014. The panel will discuss what constitutes great video art, how it can go wrong and the commercial viability of the medium. The panel will start at 7:30pm. RSVP is required; please book tickets in advance on Eventbrite. Rosenfeld porcini gallery is currently showing a series of 4 video pieces by Korean artist Bongsu Park.

When: WEDNESDAY 10 SEPTEMBER 2014

Time: 19:30

Where: rosenfeld porcini, 37 rathbone street, London, w1t 1nz

Tickets: £4
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/panel-discussion-whats-wrong-with-video-art-tickets-12665174879

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