Building up their own tiny time/space capsules as the days progress, each episode of Beach Rhythm will trace and layer oceanic thematics; firstly origins, then the wake, and ending with a carnivalesque celebration of past lost. This trilogy is given form through spoken prose, moving image, and sculptures as props, all brought together in a live-mixed sonic installation.Read more →
8 February – 30 March 2018 (preview 8 February 6-9pm)
Open Saturdays and Sundays 12-6pm (Friday 23 February: Late opening 6-9pm) | Episode 5 of the Day of the Triffids: the continuum of memory as it replays and breaks down. The layers, washed away, looping life as a lost material. Love: edited, digitised, the flashback of the condemned. The artwork as a record of deletion.
9 February – 17 March
Open Friday and Saturday 12-6pm (Friday 23 February: Late opening 6-9pm) | Amanda Moström graduated from City and Guilds in 2016 and is currently exhibiting at The New Contemporaries at Block 336. ‘Doing it in the park, doing it after dark’ sees Moström continue her exploration of the act of play in both her art production and the publics interactions with it.
Alembic l: Mystic Body Elizabeth Mputu & Faith Wilding 27 January – 10 March 2018 (preview Fri 26 January) Events: Wednesday 7 March 5.30-7pm: Faith Wilding lecture at Goldsmiths University…Read more →
2 December – 27 January 2018 SCHUSSBOOMER An installation of wallpaper, lighting and sculpture. Three coin activated devices, reminiscent of amusement park arcades, with pre-recorded sounds and independent movements perform…Read more →
Our House of Common Weeds
Exhibition open 28 October – 25 November 2017, open Wed-Sat 12-6pm or by appointment.
Friday 27 October 6-9pm preview feat. performance by Alys North + afterparty 9-11pm with DJ set by Bizarro World.
15th November 2017
10am – 5pm
Third Text is delighted to announce its collaboration with Bluecoat, Liverpool, to stage a one-day symposium marking the 70th anniversary of the independence of India and Pakistan from British rule.Read more →
Exhibition Open: 4th October – 11th November / Private View – Tuesday 3rd October 6 – 9pm
Frieze week opening times:
Wednesday – By appointment
Thursday – Sunday 12 – 6pm
Castor is pleased to announce It’s the end of the world as we know it and I feel fine by Derek Mainella, his second exhibition with the gallery.Read more →
Alan Magee – Business As Usual
One Day Art Licks Weekend Installation – Sunday 1st October 12 – 6 pmRead more →
Episode 4 of the day of the triffids : Shadows before. James Bullimore, Ziad Nagy, Eva Wilkinson
Private view: Thursday 21 September 2017, 6 – 9pm
Performance: Thursday 28 and Friday 29 September at 7.30pm
Exhibition open Saturdays and Sundays, 12 to 6pm to 29 October 2017
Friday 29 September 7pm till late
Performances by Dean Kenning, Rachel McRae and Nicola Woodham from 8pm.
Afterparty with Digital Paganism DJ set by Dane Law 9-11pm
Installation of works from both Cycles: 22 Sep – 15 Oct, Thu-Sun 12-6pm
Thursday 21 September 7-9pm
Performance by Uma Breakdown 8pm
Installation open 22 September – 15 October, Thu-Sun 12-6pm
sybrntckmystx hack the sacred technologies of their progenitors, fantasizing within the recursive systems they constructed. Sci-fi pagan rituals graft the cybernetic to magickal, lithic to virtual and in this mangle the ancient diagrammatic technologies are rewritten to execute newly patched operations in altered states of collective mystk consciousness.
The deterritorialized magick systems upon and within which these mystx operate – sigils, automatic drawing, tarot, stone assemblages – undergo an attritional breakdown of their received functioning to form a chaotic magick of patchwork identity.Read more →