Monday, 27 October 2008

March of the Dead

it's time for some ghoulishness again! This year Hallowe'en is on a moonless night, so for Strangeworks' March of the Dead the moon (well, a large glowing replica) will be travelling within a sea of dead souls from Stoke Newington cemetery via Gillett Square in Dalston down to Passing Cloud's new larger venue for an evil afterparty. As usual, there'll be live bands during the march and after. Why not throw on something ghastly (black and/or white is good) and join us:

some impressions of last year:

Wednesday, 15 October 2008

BBC fun

Pop Culture in Holland!

Neal Fox, Chris Bianchi and Steph von Reiswitz went over to the Netherlands for a few days to do a workshop with the students at the Academy of Pop Culture in Groningen. In between beer drinking and bicycle rides a strange exhibition was knocked together involving a mysterious secret society, and good times were had by all. The show included a mad naked Georgian with an apple in his mouth and was attended by such local celebrities as Holland's only ever astronaut.
Thanks to Natasha Taylor aka Madam Zafira, Mieke the gypsy and famous nightclub Vera for their hospitality and all the students for their effort, keep on keepin on.

Mare Street Biennale

LE GUN is exhibiting a new drawing at the first Mare Street Biennale,
Private view 9thOct 2008 runs until the 30th Oct
143 Mare Street, London, E8 3RH.

The drawing - "The Card Players", Indian ink on canvas, 200 x 150 cm - is by Bianchi, Bragg, Fox and myself.
More about the show:
"The fantastic ARTISTSPACE double-fronted gallery spills out into the vibrant heart of Hackney connecting with the themes focused on in the Biennale, providing an ideal place to see the work of the ten London-based, national and international artists. The exhibition promises new work from Mark Caviola, Anne Colvin, Alexandra Flood, Jonathan Goslan, LE GUN, David Lindberg, Theresia Lynch, Rod Maclachlan, Mark Ross and Bob & Roberta Smith."

Wednesday, 1 October 2008

jersey evening post

from the Jersey Evening Post, sept 26...