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Indian Summer
01 Aug - 23 Aug 2014

Albemarle Gallery is delighted to be again collaborating with Arts For India\, this time to present the Indian Summer exhibition.

Here we are presen ting a range of artists from India\, as well as Indian artists or artists i nspired by India. Arts for India is a UK-registered charity which supports the development of the Delhi- based International Institute of Fine Arts (I IFA). IIFA stands out in India as one of the few private sector providers o f art education in a country where public investment is very poor.

Over 375 students receive an education at IIFA\, many of them having the ir fees and boarding covered via the Four Year Scholarship Programme which sees future students sponsored through their studies by patrons from across the world.

A third of proceeds from the sale of the works from the exhibition will go to Arts for India in support of its objectives.

DTEND:20140824 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140801 GEO:51.5080999;-0.1410338 LOCATION:Albemarle Gallery\,49 Albemarle Street \nLondon\, W1S 4JR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Indian Summer UID:348394 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Filmarmalade are proud to present The Mode rn Language Experiment&rsquo\;s Imagining a Re-Synchronizing (The Phant om Twin)\, a new video installation of existing and new video work

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The Modern Language Experiment&rsquo\;s one day installation takes as its starting point their recently published f ilm\, Imagining a Re-Synchronizing (The Phantom Twin) and attempts to deconstruct it by revealing the various slippages of time and space tha t remain hidden within the original work\, so revealing the many inconsiste ncies that lie deep within the facade of the play of narrative and image.\n

It will end\, Childan thought. Som eday. The very idea of place. Not governed and governing\, but people. And yet he trembled with fear&hellip\;
The Man in the High Tower \, Philip K. Dick\, 1962

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The Mod ern Language Experiment have recently exhibited work at the Arnolfini\, Bri stol\, Angus-Hughes Gallery\, London\, Garis and Hahn\, New York\, the Berm ondsey Project\, London and at the Sluice Art Fair\, London. The Modern Lan guage Experiment where formed by Keh Ng and Matthew Stock in 2007 and are b ased in London.

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The event is free

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Filmarmalade is an artists book work pub lisher and DVD label specialising in contemporary artistsʼ film and video w orks. Every year Filmarmalade publish a series of works\, selected through both invited and open submission\, with the aim of encouraging wider access to the moving image. Filmarmalade also specially commission interviews to accompany each publication to provide a greater understanding of how video and film artists situate their work in relation to the history of art and c ontemporary fine art practice. Filmarmalade is a project by the artist Gord on Shrigley. The entire Filmarmalade collection is held at the British Artistsʼ Film & \; Video Study Collection.

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filmarmalade.co.uk

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DTEND:210000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:120000 GEO:51.5315021;-0.0565947 LOCATION:IMT Gallery\,Unit 2\, 210 Cambridge Heath Road \nLondon\, E2 9NQ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Filmarmalade presents The Modern Language Experiment UID:348393 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Gagosian London is pleased to present recent work by Richard Serra.

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The Gagosian Gallery on Brita nnia Street will exhibit four monumental steel sculptures:

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Backdoor Pipeline (2010)

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Ramble (2014)

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Dead Load (2014)

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Lo ndon Cross (2014)

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The Gagosian G allery on Davies Street will exhibit a single large-scale work on paper\, < em>Double Rift #2 (2011).

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Richard Serra was born in San Francisco in 1938. He studied at t he University of California (Berkeley and Santa Barbara) and at Yale Univer sity. He has lived in New York since 1966. His first solo exhibitions were held at Galleria La Salita\, Rome (1966)\, and at the Leo Castelli Warehous e\, New York (1969). His first solo museum exhibition was presented at Pasa dena Art Museum (1970). Serra has since participated in several Documenta e xhibitions (Kassel\, 1972\, 1977\, 1982\, and 1987)\, and in the Venice Bie nnales of 1980\, 1984\, 2001\, and 2013. Serra&rsquo\;s work has been shown in numerous solo museum exhibitions at Stedelijk Museum\, Amsterdam (1977) \; Centre Pompidou\, Paris (1984)\; Museum of Modern Art\, New York (1986 a nd 2007)\; and other museums in Europe\, the U.S.\, and Latin America. In 2 005\, eight large-scale works were permanently installed at Guggenheim Muse um Bilbao. A traveling survey of Serra&rsquo\;s drawings was on view in 201 1&ndash\;12 at Metropolitan Museum of Art\, New York\; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art\; and Menil Collection\, Houston. In April 2014\, Serra inst alled a major permanent landscape sculpture in the desert of the Brouq Natu re Reserve in western Qatar.

DTEND:20141220 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20141011 GEO:51.5302144;-0.1175396 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - Britannia Street\,6-24 Britannia Street \nLondo n\, WC1X 9JD SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Backdoor Pipeline\, Ramble\, Dead Load\, London Cross\, Richard Ser ra UID:348391 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.5302144;-0.1175396 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - Britannia Street\,6-24 Britannia Street \nLondo n\, WC1X 9JD SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Backdoor Pipeline\, Ramble\, Dead Load\, London Cross\, Richard Ser ra UID:348392 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Through an intuitive approach\ , which he compares to the rhythms of music\, Costa composes shapes and tex tures that are often subtle\, yet full of narrative possibility. The bounda ries between art and non-art objects\, and the distinction between the thro waway and the precious are actively questioned. While working in the lineag e of 20th century abstraction and installation such as Brazilian Concrete a nd Neo-Concrete art and Italian Arte Povera\, Costa pursues an irreverent\, and very current\, path.

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In the inst allation From My Body Comes\, Through Your Body Goes\, 2009&ndash\ ;2012 materials such as brightly coloured towels\, bronze cast plaques\, bl ack umbrellas\, gold coated rubber and collaged tourist T-shirts are deftly combined to suggest unspecified symbolic meanings. Presented in the Middle Gallery\, Costa reactivates this group of works in relation to the traces of its past use.

DTEND:20140810 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140626 GEO:51.5457751;-0.1544284 LOCATION:Zabludowicz Collection\,176 Prince of Wales Road \nLondon \, NW5 3 PT SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Presentation\, Adriano Costa UID:348390 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141005 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140804 GEO:51.531381;-0.0516313 LOCATION:The Approach\,47 Approach Road Bethnal Green\nLondon\, E2 9LY SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Phillip Allen UID:348389 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Yellon&rsquo\;s 2nd solo landscape painting exhibition &mdash\; &lsquo\; London Street&rsquo\; series sheds light on the modern cityscape. \; In the paintings\, the simplified and symbolic human figures act as the rushi ng strangers setting in the well-developed\, well-planned city streets and refer to the realism of our busy modern living. \; By capturing the mos t common\, non-noticeable scenes that we encounter in our everyday life it intends to challenge us to re-vision\, re-think and reflect on the way we p erceive ourselves and our surroundings which we often neglect and forget.&n bsp\; \; It evokes us to search the inner desire beneath the material s atisfaction.

DTEND:20140928 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140801 GEO:51.5075256;-0.1279496 LOCATION:St Martin-in-the-Fields\,Trafalgar Square \nLondon\, WC2N 4JJ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:London Street\, Yellon Ran Huang UID:348388 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Photographic exhibition by Peter Knight in conjunction with Hyderapals India Educational Trust and the International Committee of St Martin-in-the-Fields

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In 2012\, photographer Peter Knight was invited by the trustees of Hyderapals India Educational Trust to visit a sc hool they support in the slums of Hyderabad. Expecting to be overwhelmed by destitution and poverty\, Peter instead found himself captivated by the be auty he found amongst the so-called &ldquo\;untouchable&rdquo\; Dalit Caste left behind in the wake of India&rsquo\;s economic boom. This photographic exhibition of some of the most disadvantaged and marginalised children in Hyderabad raises the question: can human beings ever truly be &ldquo\;untou chable&rdquo\;?

DTEND:20140831 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140804 GEO:51.5075256;-0.1279496 LOCATION:St Martin-in-the-Fields\,Trafalgar Square \nLondon\, WC2N 4JJ SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:India’s Forgotten Children: Untouchable?\, Peter Knight UID:348387 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

We are very proud to launch th is new exhibition of William S Burroughs&rsquo\; incredible art\, never bef ore seen in this setting with many pieces never having been previously exhi bited. The exhibition will feature around 40 original Burroughs works\, in addition to new multimedia experiments\, alongside an exciting programme of talks\, film screenings and workshops.

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William S Burroughs is recognised as one of the most culturally influent ial writers and visionaries of the 20th Century and his legacy continues to steer world culture and creative thinking. A progenitor of the Beat Genera tion\, his writing and ideas changed literature forever. Burroughs&rsquo\; multi-media collaborations spawned new directions in film and music and his art is only now being properly discovered and explored. His works come ali ve in new ways each day and his legacy is constantly evolving.

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In many ways Burroughs was creating art for futur e generations. In 2014\, the centennial year of his birth\, his work contin ues to strike poignant chords. It has an enduring relevance\, bringing to l ight important issues that are in sync with the times. He made many prescie nt predictions on technological evolution and the oversteps of sociopolitic al &lsquo\;Control&rsquo\; systems. Burroughs created many works as a form of resistance\; his stated purposes included exposing systems of oppression and creating a &ldquo\;mythology for the space age\,&rdquo\; complete with &ldquo\;heroes and villains with respect to overall intentions with regard to this planet.&rdquo\;

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&ldquo\;-con trol symbols pounded to word and image dust\; crumbled cloth bodies of the vast control machine- the whole structure of reality went up in silent expl osions under the whining sirens-&rdquo\; - The Ticket That Exploded\, 1962< /p>\n

The act of non-conformity and dissent runs deep within the Burroughs ethos. There are many anarchic graffiti-esq ue elements in Burroughs&rsquo\; paintings\, for which he used spray paint aerosols\, stencils\, paste-up collages and letterforms. His marks are thos e of an ambitious and rebellious outsider scrawling text and layering image s into new forms.

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Burroughs&rsquo\; a rt works were mainly created from the early &rsquo\;80s to late &rsquo\;90s and resonate well with the vibrant street art of today&rsquo\;s East Londo n\, where this exhibition is being premiered. Graffiti tags form &lsquo\;cu t-ups&rsquo\; of texts along the train tracks and the diverse and colourful illegal art that covers this part of the city has always fostered a space for free thought.

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After complaining t hat writing was &ldquo\;50 years behind painting\,&rdquo\; artist\, collabo rator and friend Brion Gysin discovered and introduced Burroughs to the &ls quo\;cut-up&rsquo\; method. With this technique the two proceeded to disass emble and reappropriate written\, spoken language and visual art. He was ve ry inspired by the unforeseen connections and associations which appeared i n random montages of words and images\, reporting that\, &ldquo\;When you c ut into the present\, the future leaks out.&rdquo\;

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He had always been aware of and fascinated from young age by possibilities of unseen realms and a &lsquo\;magical universe.&rsquo\; Dur ing childhood Burroughs had hallucinations involving animals crawling throu gh the wallpaper around his bedroom\, these visions fueled his constant exp eriments to peer through walls of consensus reality.

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Burroughs reveled in the act of painting\, a ritual experim entation with far-reaching intent. Often started as magical spells or incan tory scrawlings\, his paintings are filled with word and sentence fragments . Little is legible\, though\, as he was often attempting to &ldquo\;rub ou t the word&rdquo\;\, or\, cut its association lines by making a word a &ldq uo\;tangible thing&rdquo\; - and then altering it. He also keenly experimen ted with the shapes of the natural world around him and the effects of gunp owder and fire power\, often letting off rounds into canvases and paint. Al l these works have a powerful presence and transmit something from within t hat awaits decipherment.

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&ldquo\;Word s and images melted into air.&rdquo\;

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Burroughs was informed by a lifetime of dialogue with provocative and pene trating thinkers. Notable collaborators in his lifetime include Antony Balc h\, Ian Sommerville\, Jack Kerouac\, Allen Ginsberg\, Keith Haring\, Robert Rauschenberg\, George Condo\, Robert Wilson\, Tom Waits\, Kurt Cobain\, Jo hn Giorno\, Terry Southern\, and Gregory Corso. He has been cited as having provided inspiration for countless of others\, including David Bowie\, Dav id Cronenberg\, Patti Smith\, Will Self\, William Gibson\, Thurston Moore\, John Waters\, J.G. Ballard\, The Beatles\, The Klaxons and many more.

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Burroughs is a prophet for the 21st Centu ry with much of his artistic work still waiting to be unraveled.

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&ldquo\;Punch a hole in the big lie. Punch a ho le for me.&rdquo\; - Last Words\, 1997

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Curated by James Elphick (Guerrilla Zoo) and Yuri Zupančič (William Burro ughs Communications) and with support from Londonewcastle Project Space.

DTEND:20140907 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140828 GEO:51.5242635;-0.0758062 LOCATION:Londonewcastle Project Space\,28 Redchurch Street \nLondon\, E2 7D P SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Animals in the Wall\, William S. Burroughs UID:348386 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Popin&rsquo\; Pete&rsq uo\;s Pop Shop is a pop up festival of hip hop culture featuring t he world famous Popin&rsquo\; Pete (Electric Boogaloos\, USA). Building on the success of the 2013 Pop Shop at Box Park\, it&rsquo\;s back and is bigg er than ever!

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Along with dance worksh ops from American artist Popin&rsquo\; Pete\, Scanner&rsquo\;s Inc. will be taking some of the top British Hip Hop artists into the heart of East Lond on. DJ Biznizz (Tha En4cers) representing British Hip Hop since the early & lsquo\;80s spinning hip hop classics and everything else in between. Artwor k by London&rsquo\;s Mr Dane (Vop Stars) will transform the empty Londonewc astle Project Space into a vibrant\, funky location. Poppers Dickson Mbi (F iya House Crew\, Russell Maliphant Dance company) and Vicky &lsquo\;Skytilz &rsquo\; Mantey (Boy Blue Entertainment) will be dancing up a storm alongsi de Pete himself.

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This is a space take over! Animating a 3\,000 square foot gallery with workshops\, art\, DJs and parties for the whole family.

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To sup port as many young people and dancers as possible to take part we are offer ing a Travel Bursary\, enabling dancers from outside London to be able to t ravel to London to take part.

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The Pop Shop workshop formula is also touring to DanceXchange\, Birmingham and Bam Bam Boogies Studio\, Essex.

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Kate Sca nlan\, Scanner&rsquo\;s Inc comments: &ldquo\;Popin&rsquo\; Pe te&rsquo\;s Pop Shop is pure positivity and I&rsquo\;m delighted that its b ack for 2014. We&rsquo\;re back bigger than before with more artists\, work shops and a 3000 square foot space to transform. Throughout the project the re will be opportunities to learn\, share and have fun with the dance. We a re also doing workshops in Birmingham with DanceXchange and in Essex with B am Bam Boogies Studio. That combined with our travel bursaries means that w e can reach a lot of young people and dancers in the UK.&rdquo\;

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Popin&rsquo\; Pete\, Electric Boogaloos: < em>&ldquo\;I am very excited about this year&rsquo\;s Popin&rsquo\; Pete&rs quo\;s Pop Shop\, seeing that last year was so good. I know this year is go ing to be even better\, I love teaching the youth and giving back to the co mmunity. I&rsquo\;ll also be doing workshops in Birmingham and Essex. Let&r squo\;s get the UK popping.&rdquo\;

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Popin&rsquo\; Pete&rsquo\;s Pop Shop is conceived and produced by Scann er&rsquo\;s Inc in association with East London Dance\, Londonewcastle Proj ect Space\, Hackney Council\, and JACK. It is funded by Arts Council Englan d with support from Young Hackney.

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Fo r more information: Scanners Inc Facebook

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To apply for the travel bursary (young people and dancers from outside the M25) email kate@scanners inc.org

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Open daily from midday.\n

DTEND:20140825 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140821 GEO:51.5242635;-0.0758062 LOCATION:Londonewcastle Project Space\,28 Redchurch Street \nLondon\, E2 7D P SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Popin’ Pete’s Pop Shop\, Popin’ Pete UID:348384 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:220000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:120000 GEO:51.5242635;-0.0758062 LOCATION:Londonewcastle Project Space\,28 Redchurch Street \nLondon\, E2 7D P SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Popin’ Pete’s Pop Shop\, Popin’ Pete UID:348385 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20141025 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140924 GEO:51.513858;-0.1460763 LOCATION:Max Wigram Gallery\,106 New Bond Street \nLondon\, W1S 1DN SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, José Dávila UID:348193 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:203000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:183000 GEO:51.513858;-0.1460763 LOCATION:Max Wigram Gallery\,106 New Bond Street \nLondon\, W1S 1DN SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, José Dávila UID:348194 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The second in our series of ou r Trailer events in partnership with X Marks the Bö\;kship\, leading to wards our Autumn exhibition \;REVOLVER II.

&ldquo\;And I we nt on and on and then one day after I had written a thousand pages\, this w as in 1908 I just did not go on any more.&rdquo\; (Gertrude Stein\, 'T he Gradual Making Of The Making of Americans').

On 23 August\, G ertrude Stein&rsquo\;s nine hundred and twenty six page novel \;The Making of Americans \;will be read out loud in its entire ty throughout Matt&rsquo\;s Gallery. Rather than a continuous reading\, the text will be fragmented and multi-layered\, creating a narrative soundscap e that mimics the notoriously impenetrable nature of the book itself. \ ;

If you'd like to participate in this durational performance by reading an extract of the text\, \;please contact \;events@mattsgallery.org< /a> \;by \;6th August \;providing all contact details (incl. telephone).

For more information \;
click here. \;

DTEND:180000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:150000 GEO:51.5188372;-0.0355674 LOCATION:Matt's Gallery\,42-44 Copperfield Road \nLondon\, E3 4RR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:REVOLVER II Trailer: The Making of Americans \, Lizzie Hughes UID:348192 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The second in our series of ou r \;Trailer events in partnership with \;X Marks the Bö\;kship\, leading towards our Autumn exhibition \;REVOLVER II.


This is Not a Dog Show \;is a durational live sou nd work that uses the power of conversation\, flowing water and a collectio n of dogs to tune your ears into a variety of frequencies\; psychic\, sonic and canine. \;

If you'd like your dog to take part please c ontact \;events@mattsgallery.org \;by \;6th August.

For more information \;click here.

DTEND:180000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:150000 GEO:51.5188372;-0.0355674 LOCATION:Matt's Gallery\,42-44 Copperfield Road \nLondon\, E3 4RR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:This is Not a Dog Show \, Bronwen Buckeridge UID:348191 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON is deligh ted to present Anthology for the fourth year running. Anthology is an annua l open call exhibition with a global outreach. Ten applicants are selected to exhibit at the gallery by a five person jury\, from which one winner is selected and awarded a £\;2\,000 cash prize. Previous winners are Tom Ormond\, Eric Manigaud and Robert Crosse. The 2014 jury members are Zavier Ellis\, Hé\;lè\;ne Gué\;rin\, Justin Hammond\, Marcus Har vey and Jessica Lack.

DTEND:20140816 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140801 GEO:51.5266865;-0.0813714 LOCATION:CHARLIE SMITH london\,336 Old Street \nLondon\, EC1V 9DR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Anthology\, Adam Dix\, Dan Beard\, Jonny Green\, Florian Heinke\, R achel Levitas\, Darren Marshall\, Edd Pearman\, Michael Slusakowicz\, Susan Sluglett\, Ben Woodeson UID:348189 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:203000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:183000 GEO:51.5266865;-0.0813714 LOCATION:CHARLIE SMITH london\,336 Old Street \nLondon\, EC1V 9DR SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Anthology\, Dan Beard\, Adam Dix\, Jonny Green\, Florian Heinke\, R achel Levitas\, Darren Marshall\, Edd Pearman\, Susan Sluglett\, Michael Sl usakowicz\, Ben Woodeson UID:348190 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
Curated by artist Ben Woodeson\, Morphisisation brings togeth er a diverse range of contemporary artists with a creative interest in pre- existing objects. Some of the artists translate\, some revolutionise and ot hers subsume the selected objects into the final works.  \;
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The included artists trawl Eb ay\, DIY stores\, car boot sales and sometimes even their own previous prac tice in search of the perfect source material. Using everything from works of art\, to their bed linen and cheap furniture\, the artist&rsquo\;s span a range of media\, dimensions and approaches including craft\, conceptual a nd intuitive making. Ideas explored within the exhibition include social hi erarchies\, risk\, anger\, provocation and the frustration of artist&rsquo\ ;s block. All in some way render the original object as mutated\, challenge d\, other&hellip\; The artists have exhibited extensively in major gallerie s and institutions throughout the world and have works held in numerous int ernational collections.  \;
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Morphisisation is the first exhibition curated by L ondon based Ben Woodeson known for making challenging and deliberately dang erous sculptures. He has exhibited throughout the UK\, Europe and North Ame rica. In 2013 he was Theodore Randall International Chair in Sculpture at A lfred University in the USA.  \;
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www.wood eson.co.uk/morphisisation.html
DTEND:20140817 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140807 GEO:51.4770661;-0.021002 LOCATION:APT Gallery\,Harold Wharf 6 Creekside\, Deptford\nLondon\, SE8 4SA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Morphisisation\, Bestué/Vives\, Ruth Claxton\, Jules Cockburn\, Sus an Collis\, Paul Eachus\, Andrea Jesperson\, Simon Lewandowski\, Alan Magee \, Philip Newcombe\, Micael Samuels\, Tom Walker\, Laura White\, Ben Woodes on UID:347894 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:180000 GEO:51.4770661;-0.021002 LOCATION:APT Gallery\,Harold Wharf 6 Creekside\, Deptford\nLondon\, SE8 4SA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Morphisisation\, Bestué/Vives\, Ruth Claxton\, Jules Cockburn\, Sus an Collis\, Paul Eachus\, Andrea Jesperson\, Simon Lewandowski\, Alan Magee \, Philip Newcombe\, Micael Samuels\, Tom Walker\, Laura White\, Ben Woodes on UID:347895 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
Join us \;on Friday  \;evening for this month's edition of Discover A.P.T\, a monthly event whic h allows visitors to learn more about A.P.T\, the gallery programme and wha t we do as an organisation. This month we will be talking about our brand n ew studio block\, the Welding Shed Studios\, which opened last week\, with a chance to hear more about its development and completion.
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There will also be a small presentation of work by A.P.T artist-member Pa ul Tonkin in the front space of the gallery.
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An informal e vent and a chance to network with the creative community on Creekside\, Dis cover A.P.T is a great chance to take an insider view of A.P.T before setti ng out into Deptford for SLAM's Last Fridays for an evening of visual arts.
DTEND:200000 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:170000 GEO:51.4770661;-0.021002 LOCATION:APT Gallery\,Harold Wharf 6 Creekside\, Deptford\nLondon\, SE8 4SA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Discover A.P.T & SLAM Last Fridays UID:347891 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The College's annual SustainRCA exhibition and awards reflect the divers ity of projects by 2014 graduates that deal with many aspects of \;sust ainability &ndash\; from new materials\, production processes to environmen tal solutions and blueprints for a fairer economy.

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Amongst the 36 shortl isted projects are a \;computer interface that works on vibration rathe r than electrical circuit board\; an emergency programme that tackles the l oss of coral reef from ocean acidification\; a camping equipment rental sys tem to reduce waste at music festivals\; and a pot that cooks without gas o r electricity. \;

DTEND:20141003 DTSTAMP:20140729T084521 DTSTART:20140918 GEO:51.5011096;-0.1766949 LOCATION:Royal College of Art\,Kensington Gore \nLondon\, SW7 2EU SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Looking Forwards: SustainRCA Show & Awards 2014 UID:347888 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR