What’s on? AQNB’s weekly list of events + openings around London, Feb 21 – Feb 26

, 21 February 2018

Here’s what we have our eye on this week


Application deadline for the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2019: ‘Going, Gone’ by  11 Apr



Living Radically: Film screening and roundtable discussion at 198 Contemporary Arts & Learning on 22 Feb

Working Nights: Dr Chris Harvey and Caroline Heron  is the second event as part of Martin Kohout’s exhibition, Daylight Management at Auto Italia on 22 Feb

Pipe & Sons: A performance by Amelia Barratt at Assembly Point on 23 Feb

Uniqlo Tate Lates February 2018  on 23 Feb

South by South: Screening of Wùlu (2016)  at South London Gallery on 23 Feb

Mini Oramics: Live Graphic Scores at Camden Arts Centre on 24 Feb

MOON MUST ANIMAL FOOD performance by Jenny Moore at Sutton House on 24 Feb

Soundcheck USB at Ormside Projects on 24 Feb

Champagne Bar (line up inc. Soda Plains and Linda Lee) at The Alibi on 24 Feb

BermondZINES, a DIY zine festival from South-East London at DIY Space on 25 Feb

Ilona Sagar, Correspondence O: Panel Discussion w/Lisa Curtice, Owen Hatherley and Ilona Sagar at South London Gallery on 25 Feb



Erica Scourti, Spill Sections at StudioRCA on 22 Feb

Post-Soviet Visions: image and identity in the new Eastern Europe at Calvert 22  w/after party at ACE Hotel on 22 Feb

“Too bad it’s sinking”. (Self-) surveillance, climate dread & other existential terror at Miami’s Borscht Resurrected

Steph Kretowicz, Friday

Words Make Worlds: Ana Teo Ala-Ruona on the somatic possibilities of language & what’s lost in translation across contexts

Steph Kretowicz, Tuesday

Motion sickness: Beirut-born producer Thoom talks the rhythm of Iowa’s industry while in the midst of Lebanon’s October Revolution


Finding gaps between language in the sprawling visions of A Very Small Window at Riga’s Kim? Contemporary Art Center


Yre Den’s ‘Silk Evade’ presents a sleek & propulsive club number from a musician without a past on fledgling Cologne label SPA

aqnb, 6 December 2019

Alma mater: The ambiguous parental parentheses of art institutions from Jessie Bullivant’s pleas to be excused in ‘To Be Announced…’

Kim Modig, 3 December 2019

Accelerated logistics, Amazon’s doublethink & the unseen effects of ecommerce as explored in The Fulfillment Center group exhibition

2 December 2019

Poorgrrrl marks a shift in style with the crooning anachronism of memory’s fade of ‘Side A’, directed by Cristine Brache

29 November 2019

Memento mori: On the horror of inevitability & portents of endings as Tallin’s EKKM is forced to a halt during its last exhibition

Steph Kretowicz, 29 November 2019

Ptwiggs envisions a future of seamless integration with technology in the cyborg feminist heaven of ‘When Shaken By A Strong Wind’

28 November 2019

Holding space: Mitte’s Traumabarundkino hybrid program disrupts the rapidly gentrifying map of Berlin from the eye of the storm

27 November 2019

BCAA system’s entangled tale overflows with creatures, feelings & landscapes drawn from a fantasy card deck in ‘No~one Is an Island’

27 November 2019

Flowers, chance encounters & the art world’s frayed edges in Noccito’s offsite exhibition for the Cosmopolitanissimo series

25 November 2019

Magical, spiritual, environmental: Hayden Dunham & Katerina Llanes move through the biomes of the microcosmic body in Miami

Jean Kay, 19 November 2019

Anthropocene gloom & a shaky embrace from nature in Riccardo D’Avola-Corte’s offsite show at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats

18 November 2019