2 March 2020 - 2 March 2021
Arts project LGBTQ+
Arts project LGBTQ+
Art, Creativity and Tech Festival in Metroland.
New 2x CD from Usurp artists Jonas Gustafsson & Simon Underwood. Recorded in a railway arch space in Deptford early 2017.
“Nothing disappears completely...In space, what came earlier continues to underpin what follows...” Recordings of the Usurp Art Building. Limited edition cassette & download from Usurp's Conspirators of Pleasure featuring Poulomi Desai, Simon Underwood & Jonas Gustafson.
“The Future in / of the Past” by artist and musician, Poulomi Desai. A series of artworks / gifts created as part of a residency funded by the Leverhulme Trust Artist in Residence Grant at Heritage Quay, the archives of the University of Huddersfield 2016 - 2017.
The latest Waywords and Meansigns project to be released 4th May 2017.
In late summer 2016, USURP ARTS organised a pop-up residency at their gallery space in Harrow for the Conspirators of Pleasure.
An ambitious and forward looking project Commissioned by ‘Waywords and Meansigns’ to set Joyce's seminal and experimental novel to music.
Usurp Art was resident at The Experimental Sounding Board Lab at the University of Brighton in July 2013. The Experimental Sounding Board is a live platform for performance and mark-making collaborations between sonic and visual modes of improvisation through the exploration of technology and gesture. The project sets out to bring people together within virtual and physical spaces from a range of creative research fields and technical abilities located in different geographical locations.
Usurp is delighted to announce that it has opened another creative, public space in an empty shop in the centre of Harrow.
Students at the school wanted to explore the idea of peace and how they could create something that would become a sculptural piece that could be added to over time.
A simultaneous visual landscape of the London Underground based on Disinformation's London Underground audio project.
New video works of animations, installations, and projections, which were developed through a series of intimate interviews, workshops, and collaborative film-making over four months with individual girls and women, and groups in Islington.
Large-scale, constantly mutating series of handmade crochets replicate the forms of natural coral and is an ongoing, growing project.
Exhibitions and sound installations on Exhibition road at The Serpentine Gallery, The V&A, The Natural History Museum, The Science Museum and The Royal Geographical Society.
An exhibition of digital portraits by local people in Harrow Middlesex which Platform for Arts made into 72 posters displayed at North Harrow Station.
Here in the outer suburbs of London, it is easy to collude with the notion that 'culture' is located in central London, or in the case of the visual arts, in East London.
Poulomi will transform herself into a 21 st century bellowing Yakshini.
A challenging series of lightboxes and installations produced by Asian women who have faced domestic violence, highlighting personal narratives and exploring wider issues of domestic violence and global/state sanctioned violence.
A polemical celebration of recent resistance to neo-liberal imperialism in a group exhibition addressing identity.
This web project is part of the outcome of a residency created by Poulomi Desai with an award from the Year of the Artist Programme.
A 16 channel acousmatic, experimental soundscape installation, with live randomly generating code, live feeds, acoustic illusions.