My next group Exhibition opens on Thursday, this time we are on a ship moored up at Canary Wharf......
Details below. The Private View is on Thursday afternoon, email me to be added to the guest list:
FESTIVAL OF ART & MUSIC rEVOLUTION, 25th-28th APRIL 2013
ON BOARD MOTOR SHIP STUBNITZ, CANARY WHARF
A FOUR DAY FESTIVAL CELEBRATING THE ARTS AS A PLATFORM TO EXPLORE AND CHALLENGE "THE STATE WE’RE IN" – AS PEOPLE, AS A COUNTRY, AS A WORLD...
MANY F.A.M.E-OUS CHANGES START THROUGH MICRO-COMMUNITIES AND EVENTUALLY SPREAD.
¡rEVOLUTION IS UNSTOPPABLE -VIVA LA rEVOLUCION!
This is the last time the good ship Stubnitz will be lowering her gangplanks to the public before sailing off to Europe in May!
Hosted by Floating Forum, this “state of the nation, state of the globe” event combines some of today’s most influential artists, musicians and performers in a resounding wave of social commentary and political awareness and brings art to the heart of Canary Wharf.
ARTGASMS: TOM HUNTER, SARAH MAPLE, CHRIS BARRETT, JUNO CALYPSO, MOLLY MACINDOE, ALKE SCHMIDT, DELLA REES, ALICE SIELLE, SOPHIE GERRARD, CELIA C. PETERS, ALEX GRACE, ALANA FRANCIS, HANNAH SAWTELL, LARA PROCTOR ...
SOUNDGASMS: DELE SOSIMI'S AFROBEAT EXPERIENCE + LOKKHI TERRA,THE BEAT + 100% BEEFCOCK & THE TITSBURSTER +JOHN HEGLEY + JOELLE TAYLOR & THE SLAMBASSADORS, SAM & THE WOMP + MANO DE DIOS, THE MIGHTY COSMICS + CALYPSO CHAOS...
DJS: CAL JADER (MOVIMIENTOS), DJ TOFU (CONTINENTAL DRIFTS), NAOKO THE ROCK + ASHER G "THE ROCKSTEADY DADDY", ARTFUL BADGER, MISS PINK...
THIS IS A FESTIVAL FOR OUR TIMES! Climb aboard the converted 1960s trawler for free entry to F.A.M.E.’s day-time art exhibition:
Private view Thursday 25th, 4-6pm. Free Friday 26th - Sunday 28th:11am-5pm
Featuring award-winning photographer Tom Hunter, “the heir to Tracey Emin’s throne”, Sarah Maple, and globe-trotting photo-journalist Chris Barrett. Collections of Juno Calypso’s photographic alter-egos can be seen alongside Alice Sielle’s portrayals of the death of Whitechapel’s Altab Ali plus a collage of visuals supplied by Bishopgate’s Institute pay tribute to the great British tradition of protest and resistance. Amongst others, Molly Macindoe, Alke Schmidt, Della Rees, Sophie Gerrard, Celia C. Peters, Alex Grace, Alana Francis, Hannah Sawtell and Lara Proctor throw thought-provoking perspectives onto a wide spectrum of themes including global and environmental issues, displacement and refuge, mental health, alternative lifestyles, gender and sexuality.Saturday 27th The festival also shines a light on the voices and visionaries of the future: Boroughs United, a stage show produced and managed by young volunteers from youth charity The Crib, presents an afternoon showcase of the talents and creative achievements of 13-19 year olds from across London's 33 boroughs.
Evening gigs on board the floating gallery bring you spoken word, screenings with Q+As, circus performers and top bands ...
Thursday 25th April: Dele Sosimi & his Afrobeat Experience + Lokkhi Terra + DJ Cal (Movimientos) + DJ Tofu (Global Local/Continental Drifts) + Other Half Productions (Two for Tea)
Friday 26th April: The Beat + 100% Beefcock & the Titsburster + John Hegley + Joelle Taylor & Slambassadors + Soundsystem
Saturday 27th April: Boroughs United (Free afternoon presentation),Sam & the Womp + Mano de Dios + DJ Artful BadgerSunday 28th April: The Mighty Cosmics + Calypso Chaos+ DJ Miss Pink
EVENING GIGS, SCREENINGS & PRESENTATIONS - £12 Advance/£15 at the dock!
Doors: 6pm, Screenings/presentations: 6.30pm
Venue Address: Motorship Stubnitz, Montgomery Street, Wood Wharf (Canary Wharf), London E14 9SB.
Nearest Tube: Canary Warf, Jubilee Line, Montgomery Street Exit.
DLR: Canary Wharf (10 minute walk)