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Bad Behaviour presents 'chART'

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chART © Bad Behaviour
Bad Behaviour presents 'chART'
Curated by: Araba Ocran

100 Barrington Road
London SW9 7JF
United Kingdom
October 11th, 2013 - October 20th, 2013
Opening: October 10th, 2013 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.badbehaviourexhibition.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
brixton
EMAIL:  
info@badbehaviourexhibition.com
OPEN HOURS:  
13-30 October 2012, Saturday-Sunday 12-6pm and by appointment Tuesday-Friday 12-6pm
TAGS:  
bad behaviour, exhibition, brixton, London, figurative, landscape, modern, pop, traditional, digital, video-art, sculpture, mixed-media, conceptual
COST:  
Free entry

DESCRIPTION

'chArt' is a group exhibition that investigates the relationship between music and visual arts. The exhibition is organised by Bad Behaviour, a not for profit, new and evolving project set up in South London to showcase the work of artists from a wide range of ages and backgrounds.

Music has the ability to move, perplex or even annoy, and can often be used to enhance artworks. Although art and music have differing personalities, the relationship between the two is a fascinating concept to explore.

All the artists were asked to submit work in response to a piece of music of their choosing, from any genre of popular music that inspired them to make work.


The music was to be the starting point for the artists and was used as a platform to conceptualize images to help them to visualise and execute a piece of work in a style and medium of their artistic practice.

The exhibition will be shown at Brixton East, which once was a Victorian furniture factory in Brixton. This is an unusual and informal space owned by Andy Luckett, designed to encompass a cultural and educational mix of events and provide an exciting and animated space beyond the conventional white cube.

www.bbehaviour.com

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