Noise Colloquium at the University of Greenwich

21 - 22 March 2015

Performance video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cd364BgBTy0 “The University of Greenwich is hosting a two-day colloquium to explore noise as a concept that embraces the expressive, the idea of noise as a resistance and, through mutating repetition, a catalyst for creative production. From this perspective noise moves out of the solely auditory…  Read More

Steve Beresford | White Cube | Christian Marclay

Sunday 15 March 2015

Steve Beresford and the London Sinfonietta  performing at the Christian Marclay exhibition Internationally known as a free improviser on piano and electronics, Steve Beresford has also composed scores for feature films and for numerous TV shows and commercials. Beresford has worked with many individuals including Derek Bailey, The Slits, Han Bennink,…  Read More

Eyes and Gazes in Philosophy and Arts (Occhi e sguardi nella filosofia e nelle arti)

2 - 3 March 2015

Università di Roma Tor Vergata Rome (Italy) March 3, 2015 More info: http://mondodomani.org/filosofiatorvergata/uploads/pdf/locandine/20150303locandina.pdf

The Singing Stones

4 - 28 February 2015

Mama Quilla presents The Singing Stones by Kay Adshead. Music composition by Najma Akhtar (Usurp Associate Artist) “In 2011, all over the Arab world, women took to the streets to protest and bring about change. Briefly celebrated, then derided, and finally ignored and denied, their amazing stories remain untold. Until now….  Read More

Conspirators of Pleasure at the Montague Arms

Thursday 29 January 2015

The launch of a new publication of writings by a number of artists drawing inspiration from landscape, language and how we engage with and attempt to make sense of our environment.  Montague Arms, SE15 2PA on Thursday January 29th 2015 The evening will see live performances from:  Read More

Patterns of Interaction – New York

Sunday 14 December 2014

A screening of short experimental videos, followed by a Q & A and reception. Patterns of Interaction constructs an interplay between short experimental videos by 10 international artists. The videos address a range of subjects including capitalism, war, mortality, cultural and corporeal memory, and various perceptual and spatiotemporal experiments. The artists…  Read More

Said Adrus at 198

20 November 2014 - 20 January 2015

198 Contemporary Arts & Learning Curated by Maria M. Kheirkhah Exhibition: 20th November 2014 – 20th January 2015 Private view:  20th November 2014   6.30-9pm Said Adrus marks the centenary of World War 1 at 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning by revisiting his long standing project “Lost Pavilion”. Said’s video installation and photographic series comes amidst a backdrop of…  Read More

Alia Syed, Panopticon Letters: Missive 1, 2013

10 - 14 November 2014

The second in the Ghosts series of single works is Alia Syed’s film Panoptican Letters: Missive 1, which combines her interest in storytelling with a compelling presentation of history as a visual narrative. Set against the technical descriptions of architectural plans for an ideal prison, ‘The Panopticon’, by British philosopher…  Read More

Chila Kumari Burman: Self-Portraits – This Is Not Me

3 - 8 November 2014

The first in a new series of single work and focused displays featuring key art works from a range of British Black and Asian diaspora artists exploring ideas around technologies, subjectivities and art practice, this exhibition will take the form of a room sized installation of Chila Kumari Burman’s…  Read More

Experimental Electronics – Day of the Dead

Thursday 30 October 2014

Day of the Dead ////// dia de los muertos with artists from Mexico and  London. DIY electronics, pd, feedback systems, live coding, circuit bending, sound and performance, electroacoustics, field recordings, software-based soundworks,eXperimental electronics, open call for artists, benders, noisers, improvisers, engineers, freakers, hackers, coders. PouIomi Desai will be creating a soundscape…  Read More