GALLERY: HUMAN WAVE - The Videotapes of Raymond Pettibon ANNEXE: KERNEL - Inputs, Loops and Anchors LIBRARY: BLACK MONDAY - The Last Day of Factory Records THE CONVERSATION: #1 Clunie Reid & Jodie Marsh
GALLERY: HUMAN WAVE - The Videotapes of Raymond Pettibon
Made by Pettibon in the late 80s, a series of low-fi video narratives that regale irreverent tales from 60s and 70s West Coast radical subcultures.
On show in the gallery throughout the exhibition will be Judgement Day Theatre: The Book of Manson (1989) and The Whole World is Watching - Weatherman ‘69 (1989). Two further Pettibon tapes - Citizen Tania (1989) and Sir Drone (1989) - form the basis of two screening and band nights produced in collaboration with London based promoters and label, Upset The Rhythm.
film + band nights:
Fri, 15th Feb: WOOLF + PRIMITIVE PARTS + FEATURE Thu, 7th Mar: WAY THROUGH + APOSTILLE + SHOPPING
Events are free to attend.
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ANNEXE: KERNEL - Inputs, Loops and Anchors
Living and working between London and Athens, KERNEL is an art collective founded in 2009 by architect Pegy Zali and artists Petros Moris and Theodoros Giannakis.
Inputs, Loops and Anchors is KERNEL's debut solo exhibition in a UK institution.
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LIBRARY: BLACK MONDAY - The Last Day of Factory Records
DIY film shot outside the offices of Factory Records on the day in 1992 when it went into receivership.
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THE CONVERSATION: #1 Clunie Reid & Jodie Marsh
In the first in a series of staged dialogues, SPACE studio tenant Clunie Reid plays host to glamour model and body-builder, Jodie Marsh.