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May Last Friday at Enclave

May 23, 2017

This weekend at Enclave please join us for late openings, special events, workshops and group shows.
Castor Projects will be launching a brand new exhibition of works from artist Lotti V Closs and we look forward to live performances at Call & Response and the second opening of The Day of the triffids Ep 2 from News of the World.

Friday 26th May 6pm till Late. Free, all welcome.

Enclave 1 : Res. | Machine Party Bar
Res. will be hosting their monthly bar at Machine Party.

Enclave 4 : news of the world | The Day of the Triffids Ep 2
6pm – 9pm
A group show of works by artists Anna Hughes, David Stearn, Dominik Germanek, Ingrid Berthon-Moine, Luke Gottelier, Michael Cox, Reindeer Werk and Susie Hamilton.

Enclave 7 : Enclave Lab | Hunky Dory
Private View : Friday 26th May 6-9 pm
Exhibition Continues : Saturday 27th May – Sunday 18th June 2017
Gallery open: Thursday – Saturday and by appointment

‘Hunky Dory’ is a group exhibition featuring works by
Sam Hewland, Claire Davies, Kitty Clark and Harry Sanderson.
Curated by John Harris.

Enclave 8 : Castor | Lotti V Closs – In Plain Sight
6 – 9pm / Exhibition continues 27 May – 1 July

Castor are pleased to present In Plain Sight, the debut London solo exhibition by Nottingham based artist Lotti V Closs.

Enclave 9 : Call and Response | Performance by LiveCoding hero Alex McLean
7pm – 9pm
Making people dance to code since the year 2001, Alex combines music, art, research and event organisation to try to work out and re-imagine what computer programming is for.

Call and Response
Sat 27th May & Sun 28th May 10am – 5pm
TidalCycles Workshop
TidalCycles (or Tidal for short) is a language for exploring pattern, a bit like knitting patterns but for music. In a way it is a Luddite system, a stripping away of graphical user interfaces to reveal the underlying computer as a machine made entirely from patterns of language, and using those patterns to create music. Through this workshop we’ll be exploring the sonic complexities that can emerge from simple code, and in particular, patterns of repetition, symmetry and interference.

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