RUPERT CLERVAUX (UK) // LIVE
Laos-born multi-instrumentalist and composer based in France, fuses jazz, sound design, traditional, noise, ambient, computer music classical with his unique take.
JOHN HANNON (UK) (Liberez) * RARE SOLO SHOW // LIVE
Frontman of the great ensemble Liberez presented his solo show.
RED HOOK GRAIN TERMINAL aka R.H.G.T. (UK) feat. performative act BEN JEANS HOUGHTON // LIVE
Giuseppe abate (IT) // installation
Born in Bari and developed his poetic in Venice he’s got influences from the south to the north of Italy. He exhibited a site specific intervention piece / stamps on paper/ textile / taking inspiration from the space of the St. Mathias Church.
warehouse animals (UK) // installation
Warehouse Animals is a collective of audio and visual artists who work collaboratively to create dynamic live visuals for events, festivals and happenings across the UK and Europe.
Riccardo banfi (IT) // installation
Milan-born writer, photographer and visual artist Riccardo Banfi presents a video projections called ‘Clubnight’.
“…The motivation to further explore the theme of the club is inspired by a documentary impulse that reflects not only on the recreational side of clubbing, but on the rituality and sense of belonging that a subcultural engagement engenders, with a focus on; and a constant questioning of, the roles of individuals within the community, and their ways of interacting with the context of the culture.”
Martin harrison // installation
Martin Harrison is a visual artist living and working in South London.
BRICE GELOT // installation
Brice Gelot is a self-taught visual contemporary artist, born in 1985 in the city of Dijon (France). He start his passion for street photography, skateboarding and graffiti culture. Over the years, Brice gradually moved away from this media and has dedicated his life to create artworks around the world to portray his passion and create his own movement.
His work combines painting and sculpture exploring the dark side of life, mixing vanitas and calligraphy script style of lettering. It serves to remind us of our own mortality, our mistakes and failures of the inevitable transformation of life into death, because remember “memento mori”.
Linear Obsessional Recordings // Label showcase
Linear Obsessional presents music from the edges of culture, from the gaps between category….