What’s on? AQNB’s weekly list of events + openings around London, Feb 27 – Mar 5

, 27 February 2018
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Every week we trawl through our emails so you don’t have to. Special shout out goes to Leicester’s Two Queens who will open their new show on 3 March with artist Claire Davies, The Valley of Lost Things alongside Liam Proudman in the project space

 

 
Events

Going Turkish in Bethnal Green: UK premiere of Benim Varoş Hikayem’s My Suburban Story  @ The Hamlet’s Pop-Up Cinema in Oxford House on 27 Feb

Service No 5,  a series of performances by Adam Linder at South London Gallery at selected dates from 28 Feb to 11 Mar

The Future is a Collective Project with Suzanne Treister at SPACE on 28 Feb

Novara IRL: MeToo, Now What? at CLF Art Cafe, Bussey Building on 28 Feb

VAT Notice 702: Works of Art with Frederique Pisuisse at changing room on 2 Mar

A Farewell to Progress talk with Rose-Anne Gush, Dorine van Meel, Naomi Tattum and Wail Qasim at South London Gallery on 2 Mar

Rye Wax presents DJ Haram (Discwoman) on 2 Mar

Cuntemporary presents, New Systems: queer and feminist curatorial practice roundtable at the Royal Academy of Arts on 3 Mar

PS/Y Projects: Fiona James and Jessica Wiesner, You Are That Technicality at Flat Time House on 3 Mar

No Symbols #11 w/ LG vs Covco, TSVI vs Wallwork, Beneath and Chloe Frieda at Ormside Projects on 3 Mar

Tenderpixel present, 3049 Clubnight with Scratcha DVA, Logos, Cõvco, patten and Moonbow (SIREN DJs) at Five Miles on 4 Mar

 

Openings

Rob Chavasse, The gallerist at The Sunday Painter, opening 1 Mar and running to 29 Mar

Sophia al-maria, ilysm at Project Native Informant, opening on 1 Mar and running to 21 Apr

Gaby Sahhar and Rosie Grace Ward, Totally Different Animals at Arcadia Missa. opening 2 Mar and running to 29 Mar

Ian Cheng and Sondra Perry at Serpentine Galleries, opening 5 Mar and running to 3 Jun. 

 

When did you get here? Reuniting the past & the present in Hrefna Hörn Leifsdóttir’s A carefully chosen set of advises

Gab Hadden, Tuesday

Haunted stillness, memory, death & the supernatural in a 19th century rural farmhouse for the Metal Meadow group exhibition

Sunday

Chants draws big band beats & post-club aesthetics for the marimba-led movement of ‘Burned All the Way Down’

aqnb, Friday

Qualiatik explores trauma, body horror & biotechnology through the fleshy noise & image interference of ‘Sublimation Coda’

Thursday

Auto Italia’s evasive Unorganised Response group exhibition remains unruly by gazing at our institutions from the peripheries

Jade Barget, 13 August 2019

As in the plural: Dreams of the queer & of queerness in the alternative future-fictions at The Present Is Not Enough

Mika Hayashi Ebbesen, 13 August 2019

New models of togetherness via digital spaces in the For Better Or Worse group exhibition curated by Tomke Braun & Daniela Seitz

12 August 2019

Rui Ho’s pretty ‘Wings of Light’ is a hopeful & melodious frolic into the fiery heat of the sun on trance & happy hardcore tropes

aqnb, 9 August 2019

Ben Babbitt’s eerie ambient score for hypnagogic thriller Paris Window distills the drama of co-dependent siblings in crisis

aqnb, 8 August 2019

On popstars, parasites & ‘optimystic dystopia’: Ayesha Tan-Jones talks ancient myths, toxic waste & finding healing in destruction

Nora Kovacs, 6 August 2019

Gothic atmospheres & moments of the anthropocene sublime within the eroded castle walls of the K_Night group exhibition

4 August 2019

Airon Kolarow’s ‘JOLA’ launches a first solo release from Berlin’s Oxyorange with its globalised dancehall riddims

aqnb, 2 August 2019

Seeing into the future through the deepwater horizons of Linda Stupart & Carl Gent’s All Of Us Girls Have Been Dead For So Long

Isabel Waidner, 2 August 2019

J. Ka Ching’s cultural hybrid of country cloud rap & Chinese guzheng is accompanied by Aya Avalon’s video for ‘Skid Swan Song’

1 August 2019

Nostalgia, abstraction & the fleeting, saturated image of everyday life in Gian Manik’s Paintings

28 July 2019