Wednesday, 31 October 2007

Drawing Restraint 9 - This weekend at the Cameo


Fri 9 Nov
Sat 10 Nov
Sun 11 Nov
1.30pmDouble Bill with Matthew Barney.
A creative collaboration of two of the most protean,dynamic forces in fine art and music, Matthew Barney and Björk. Barney's films deploy the full range of cinematic resources in the service of a hermetic vision, rich with densely layered networks of meaning drawn from mythology, history, sport, music and biology. Set on a whaling ship in Japan, the core idea examines the relationship between self-imposed resistance and creativity. Barney is one of the most celebrated artists of his generation. His latest artworks are being exhibited at the Serpentine Gallery in London, coinciding with the film release. The Cameo are pleased to be screening DRAWING RESTRAINT 9 from Friday 9 November. Also screening as a double bill with MATTHEW BARNEY: NO RESTRAINT, a documentary about the making of DRAWING RESTRAINT 9.Book tickets by calling the Box office on 0871 704 2052.Picturehouse Cinemas

Wednesday, 24 October 2007

Sandy Meets 2

Sandy Meets

You are cordially invited to Sandy Meets 2, Book Launch.
Collective Gallery, Cockburn Street, Friday 26th October 7 - 9pm

Sandy Meets 2: the long awaited sequel to Sandy Meets!  If you missed out on the first one, this is essential reading material. After great demand SM2 is finally ready to be unleashed on the public at large.

Sandy Meets explores the myth and cult of the celebrity and turns it on its head by adding Scottish colloquialisms into the mix. Sandy's role as a close friend or neighbour reduces the notion of celebrity to the everyday; whilst adding an imaginative spin to each scenario.

'Meets' range from superman getting told off by his mother for not doing the dishes, to a centrefold depicting Steve McQueen in his new job working in the chippy van. Others include telling Snoop Dogg the car boot sale is back on and Jessica Fletcher's new job as a gangster rapper (murder she rapped) and a couple of old favourites reappear from the first book.

Works by Matisse and Keith Haring

remade by Keith Farquhar

 Exhibition preview:

Friday 19th Oct 2007 7pm-9pm


Exhibition open:

20th Oct-18th Nov 2007

Gallery open:

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Tuesday, 23 October 2007

Critical Network Art e-bulletin no.32


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Welcome to the criticalnetwork e-bulletin no. 32. Here are this week's events, exhibitions, opportunities and information about artists' projects recommended by criticalnetwork.

Also this week: The Artist and the Institution - Fri 26 Oct
3 - 5pm, Tate Modern.

A critical reflection on the place of the Art Museum in the development of the artist, organised by undergraduates from Chelsea College of Art and Design. Visit the criticalpractice website for further information.




Systems Art: Symposium - weekend session

Systems Art: Symposium - weekend session
Featured speakers: Art & Language, Sara Cannizzaro, Paul Cobley, Mary Anne Francis, Ken Friedman, Mette Gieskes, Francis Halsall, Robert Linsley, Peter Osborne, Chris Smith, Kitty Zijlmans
Where: Whitechapel Art Gallery, London E1
When: Fri 26 and Sat 27 Oct 2007

UNBOUND - Curated by Predrag Pajdic

UNBOUND - Curated by Predrag Pajdic
So what was really abolished 200 years ago? What are we celebrating? Who invented the slavery in the first place?
Where: Contemporary Art Platform,
London N7
When: Sat 3 Nov - Thu 13 Dec 2007

Idolatry and Iconoclasm after Diana

Idolatry and Iconoclasm after Diana
An exploration of the process through which an individual's image is co-opted and manipulated both intentionally and unintentionally, and though which icons are established, judged, and endorsed, disavowed or reinterpreted by the public.
Where: St Stephen’s Church, London N1
Fri 2 Nov 2007

Stephen Sharp - Public Art Survey

Stephen Sharp - Public Art Survey (Results)
99.8% of people in Wolverhampton AGREE VERY MUCH that public art regenerates local economy.
Where: Wulfrun Centre,
When: Fri 26 Oct -
Fri 23 Nov 2007

Do You Speak Art?

Do You Speak Art? (or where are you coming from?)
A National Sculpture Factory conference on globalisation and its impact on artistic practice
Where: Stack Theatre, Cork School of Music, Cork
When: Sat
3 Nov 2007



DAD Photography Commissions 07-08

DAD Photography Commissions 07-08
Fifteen day research residency and public billboard commission informed by the locality and community of Dover. £1500 fee plus travel, accommodation and living costs.
Deadline: All expressions of interest must be postmarked
Fri 30 Nov 2007

Barrow Association Football Club

Digital Arts Residency at Barrow Association Football Club
Artists are invited to produce a temporary site-specific artwork made in response to a process of engagement with the club, its environs and the people involved with it. £5000 fee plus travel, materials and installation.
Fri 23 Nov 2007

Conspiracy Dwellings Symposium

Conspiracy Dwellings Symposium on Surveillance: Call for Paper Proposals
Call for paper proposals for upcoming symposium exploring issues of state control and surveillance.
Mon 10 Dec 2007, 5pm

Ocean Pixel 5

Ocean Pixel 5: Southampton's Digital Arts Festival
2008 will see the 5th anniversary of Ocean Pixel. Submissions are now being called for from digital artists whom wish to showcase their work.
Fri 29 Feb 2008

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Thursday, 18 October 2007

Flatrate Exhibition

You are cordially invited to the opening of FLATRATE. The exhibition contains works by 7 practicing artists, recent graduates and current students.