Friday, May 30, 2008

You Me Bum Bum Train Event @ Cordy House

You Me Bum Bum Train Event
Cordy House, 87-95 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2 3SB,
Friday May 30th and Saturday 31st, 2008, 9pm - 3am
Press Launch 6pm, Friday 30th May

Described as "episodic live interactive installations", You Me Bum Bum Train is the brainchild of artists Kate Bond and Morgan Lloyd. It represents a new branch of experimental theatre. The event, now in its fourth year, has received high critical acclaim. "What has been one of London's more obtuse treasures looks set to become one of Great Britain's proudest moments." was Dazed and Confused's reaction last year. (Thomas Viney, June 2007). Fleur Britten said in The Sunday Times "I can wholeheartedly recommend You Me Bum Bum Train! It leaves you questioning everything. And it's lots of fun."

Monday, May 26, 2008

Raw Street Dawn @ Vibe Gallery

RAW STREET DOWN - Photography Exhibition
Thu 5th - Sun 15th June 2008 (Private view - Thu June 5th 17:00 - 19:00 followed by Opening party)

Collaboration of Yoshitaka Kono’s raw edge displayed photographs from everyday street scenes captured in UK and Japan, with the sound track of ‘street sound’ designed by HKB FiNN.

Vibe Gallery, 91 Brick Lane, London E1 6QL

ODB @ Cargo

ODB, May 18 Cargo

Cornelius Wright @ Hornsey Gallery

Cornelius Wright
Hornsey Gallery, Haringey Park, N8 7JH
Dates: 21st May to 14th June 2008

Gotye @ Hoxton Bar and Kitchen

Curious Generation presents: Gotye
May 14, Hoxton Bar & Grill, 2 Hoxton Square, London N1 6NU,,

Laura Buckley & Alexis Harding @ Bruuns Bazaar

Gallery Carter presents: Laura Buckley & Alexis Harding
14 May - 4 June 2008
Bruuns Bazaar, 48 Albemarle St., London W1S 4JL

Carter Presents with Bruuns Bazaar is a new gallery space on Albemarle Street in Mayfair, London. The new Bruuns Bazaar project space is devoted to providing a platform for artists to develop new work. The gallery on Albemarle Street, Mayfair, is in a listed Georgian building and comprises of two inter-connected rooms. The concept and format for the exhibition is two solo shows in self-contained spaces where each artist's practice interrelates and plays off of the other.

For the inaugural exhibition, Laura Buckley and Alexis Harding, two London based artists, each separately explore materiality through a conceptual framework initially influenced by modernist reductionism. Both artists approach their medium (painting and film projection) in a sculptural manner, expanding the traditional boundaries of the support/screen.

Friday, March 28, 2008

ODB Sessions photos

A night to remember at Cargo