3-Day Series of Performances, Film Projections & DrawingsOff-Site project, 76th Venice International Film FestivalAugust 27- 29, 2019Performances: 7:30pm – 9:30pmProjections: 9:30pm – 5am ARTI3160Salizzada…
Led by High Prieztezz Or Nah YO! YOGI HIP HOP YOGA RETREAT This year during the annual Yo! Yogi Hip Hop Yoga Retreat in…
What is the difference between ‘internal’ and ‘external’ vision? I want to reduce drawing – at least for a while – to a minimal practice whereby I explore modes of perception. My aim is to examine my intuition and instincts with and without sight.
Still today, a woman who has no craving for motherhood and who chooses a different sort of creative life is often looked upon with suspicion. There is a sense that such a woman is weird (a word deeply connected to the notion of witchery), and possibly dangerous, due to the absence of a mothering urge.
UNEMPLOYABLE is a series of two appointments per month, a video-quest around dance-making created by Laura Colomban, a dancer and breath-work facilitator from Venice, Italy.
Art Night in London has an impressive programme of events and exhibits including an outdoor public commission by Barbara Kruger, a bingo and live-music night in Walthamstow social club by Oscar Murillo, a virtual reality piece by Marina Abramovic and a late night Gagosian gallery opening with work by Michael Craig-Martin. My friend Libby Heaney is exhibiting her work Top of the Bots at The Star of Kings, a pub on York Way, Kings Cross, which has a vibrant young creative vibe.
Drawing sound is an act of performance and my recent works have explored the fundamental components of the act of improvisational drawing – particularly the tension between failure and resolution, and the balance between control and surrender. My works examine the cognitive processes that underlie our emotional relationship with Art.
This diverse group of artists seeks to present ideas outside of the existing capitalistic and patriarchal systems that dominate the world today. They also seek to examine our chaotic present in order to envision a diverse future.