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no.w.here: collage and rubber stamp

Saturday 20th June 2015. Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, 42-44 Pollard Row, London, E2 6NB. Doors: 7pm for a 7:30pm start.
£10 advance, £15 on the door. Tickets available from Bethnal Green Working Men's Club: TICKETS HERE


“no.w.here is so.me.w.here!
(u.topia is w.here you make it.)”
- Bradley Eros

An invitation for artists, radicants, friends, fugitives & time travellers to celebrate 10 years of no.w.here at a late night party on the shortest night of the year. Saturday 20th June. A lively and eclectic evening at the Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club. Come and dance on the back of austerity, doublespeak and triple think.. The night features a heady and eclectic mix of film, music, performance and interventions.

Featuring:

Free improv drumming, permutational poetry, and epic Super 8 films 'PIG' and 'TRI-X TRIO' with Hugh Metcalfe and Penny Rimbaud (ex-Crass), expanded sound and image with Anna Thew, live execution ballads and flicker film with Lisa Knapp and James Holcombe, Richard Crow's film ‘Lead Sehnsucht’ with live analogue synth and tape manipulation soundtrack..Collectiv-iz re-working time, light, film, performance, and the machinery of projection in a special curated performance for the evening….
Conspirators of Pleasure bending the rules and questioning the sacred via prepared sitar, sonically twisted stylophones, prepared bass, modified toys, resurrected radios and visually scarred slide projections….The Errorists The Errorists present 'The Ascendent Accumulation Of Error' as a futuristic ode to NOW+HERE Peter Gidal's Coda 1 and 2 "a complex of barely visible cuts in space and time, the opposite of erasure, but nothing so much as visible"..A performance by Martin Bla˛ķček* and Steven Ball...Simon Bookish presents "Trainwreck/Raincheck": excerpts from his spoken word performance, an unspooling narrative built on dream transcriptions and surreal images of vehicles. This 2015 version features video interjections by artist filmmaker Jennet Thomas. ’A Scrooge McDuck backstroke through a pool of cartoon coins’...A fantastical phantasmagoric performance by Tai Shani … Turkish collective Ha Za Vu Zu present an agit-prop video intervention, channeling the spirit and experience of protest and direct action in Istanbul... the evening will be rounded off by a DJ set from Bass Clef splicing together Caribbean rhythms with pulsating techno, hypnotic brass, machine soul and ‘hands in the air’ rave dynamics..

Now's the time to dance to all our futures will be compered by the The Artist Taxi Driver

10 years of no.w.here

In 2004 we rolled up a garage door in Kilburn and started to build a space for a generation of artists, writers, filmmakers, curators, and the curious to repurpose and re-imagine a space in which people could make and see new work, meet, discuss, and collaborate.

Since then hundreds of artists have been able to produce new works. We have held a space for artists working with galleries and institutions to work with film, from students just graduated through to well established artists. Thousands of people have experienced the moving image as an art form through workshops and projects run in schools, colleges, old people’s homes, on housing estates and in the streets. no.w.here has inspired dozens of artist run spaces, from Cairo to Cornwall and Colorado.

2015 is an exciting year for no.w.here as we open up a new project space adjacent to the production / studio space, and begin to build more sustainable ways in which the space and resources it holds can still be accessible to all ... whilst withstanding the onslaught of gentrification, privatisation and neoliberalism which is slowly engulfing everything around us. Keep in touch for a radically new vision for no.w.here that attempts to turn an artists’ project into a social project.

Support artist run culture! Support no.w.here!

All proceeds go to no.w.here’s 2016 programming.

* Martin Bla˛ķček's participation is generously supported by the Czech Centre London


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