I Trust This Program @ Apiary Studios, Apr 24 – 26

21 April 2015

London’s Apiary Studios is bringing the three-day exhibition I Trust This Program to their Hackney space, running from April 24 through April 26.

The exhibition is described as a “precarious and embattled audio-visual terrain of participation and control”, exploring the gendered tensions and boundaries embedded in integration into “the contemporary technocratic regime”, and features new works by Kassiani KappelosNatasha LallKenny Love, and Robin Buckley.

The opening night on April 24 will also bring a program of live performances from special guests, including EVOL (Roc Jiménez de Cisneros and Stephen Sharp making “computer music for hooligans and deconstructed rave objects”), Ex-Servicemen (“The worst band in Glasgow.”), rkss (sample-sourced techno), and Chloe Frieda of NTS Radio show and record label ALIEN JAMS.

See the exhibition page for details. **

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Richard Sides @ Kunsthalle Winterthur, Aug 23 – Oct 12

22 August 2014

Kunsthalle Winterthur is hosting the latest exhibition from London-based artist Richard Sides, titled don’t blow it in the vector, running from August 23 to October 12.

For his first Swiss show, Sides takes on the documentary genre with his work of filmic research centered around four contemporary electronic musicians – namely, York’s Theo Burt, Barcelona’s Roc Jiménez de Cisneros of EVOL, Rotherham’s Mark Fell and Milan’s Lorenzo Senni.

As Sides’s film installation unfurls both spatially and acoustically over all three of the gallery’s exhibition spaces, the four musicians are probed about not only their techniques and inspirations, but about the cultural idiosyncrasies that determine who adopts what music and why.

don’t blow it in the vector‘s opening reception on August 23 will feature a performance by Gregory Hari, which will be followed by a screening of Sides’s film in a two-day programme as part of ICA‘s Journal on September 6 to 7.

See the Kunsthalle Winterthur exhibition page for details. **

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