Rough Music Marching Band

To activate the Post Work Party, we are forming a Rough Music Marching Band, from rehearsals held throughout the exhibition period. Raise your voices, ideas and hopes, and plaster them on the free wall within the exhibition. Contribute ideas, songs and identify

Rough Music Marching Band

To activate the Post Work Party, we are forming a Rough Music Marching Band, from rehearsals held throughout the exhibition period. Raise your voices, ideas and hopes, and plaster them on the free wall within the exhibition. Contribute ideas, songs and identify

Friday 15th May 2015, talk + discussion + rehearsal

Join us and anti-austerity economist James Meadway, senior economist at New Economics Foundation, for a discussion about work, anti-work and the politics of austerity. Friday 15th  May Anti-work musicking:  6.30pm Talk and discussion:  8pm Campbell Works Gallery, 27 Belfast Road,

Friday 15th May 2015, talk + discussion + rehearsal

Join us and anti-austerity economist James Meadway, senior economist at New Economics Foundation, for a discussion about work, anti-work and the politics of austerity. Friday 15th  May Anti-work musicking:  6.30pm Talk and discussion:  8pm Campbell Works Gallery, 27 Belfast Road,

POST WORK PARTY EXHIBITION

Campbell Works Gallery 8th – 23rd May 2015

POST WORK PARTY EXHIBITION

Campbell Works Gallery 8th – 23rd May 2015

MAY DAY TOOLS

Extensions Of MayDay is a concept EP about the 1886 Haymarket Affair (from the 8-hour demand to the massacre, including a reading from Beyond the Martyrs by Bruce C. Nelson), bodily media theory (via Marshal McLuhan) and the need for

MAY DAY TOOLS

Extensions Of MayDay is a concept EP about the 1886 Haymarket Affair (from the 8-hour demand to the massacre, including a reading from Beyond the Martyrs by Bruce C. Nelson), bodily media theory (via Marshal McLuhan) and the need for

4th May

127 years ago today (May 4th, 2013), the socialist/anarchist movement in Chicago climaxed with the noises of three forms of violence. 1. Police harassment: breaking up a peaceful rally, ready to depart. 2. Dynamite: exploding amongst the police, still today

4th May

127 years ago today (May 4th, 2013), the socialist/anarchist movement in Chicago climaxed with the noises of three forms of violence. 1. Police harassment: breaking up a peaceful rally, ready to depart. 2. Dynamite: exploding amongst the police, still today

August Spies

On May Day 2012 we postered the first series of drawings of August Spies around Hackney. The second series of posters contained the small quote and a link to the sound piece based on the first audacious words of the

August Spies

On May Day 2012 we postered the first series of drawings of August Spies around Hackney. The second series of posters contained the small quote and a link to the sound piece based on the first audacious words of the

Song Books

‘Song Books’ is one of Cage’s most ambitious works. It comprises over 48 actual songs and 42 instructions for ‘theatre’ (Fluxus-like ‘actions’ for the most part) which are performed at random start times within a set period. The scores are

Song Books

‘Song Books’ is one of Cage’s most ambitious works. It comprises over 48 actual songs and 42 instructions for ‘theatre’ (Fluxus-like ‘actions’ for the most part) which are performed at random start times within a set period. The scores are

Hackney Unites

Hackney Unites are a community group campaigning for social justice. As part of our WORK project, we volunteered to help organise and document the Unemployed Workers Project in 2011. It has provided us the opportunity to use the skills we have

Hackney Unites

Hackney Unites are a community group campaigning for social justice. As part of our WORK project, we volunteered to help organise and document the Unemployed Workers Project in 2011. It has provided us the opportunity to use the skills we have

George Tavern

Sound Performance at George Tavern’ Commercial Road, London May 2011. Rashmi Munikempanna invited us to respond to the idea of objects and memory. She had displayed a piece of Indian fabric with CCTV images: “The work explores a photograph that

George Tavern

Sound Performance at George Tavern’ Commercial Road, London May 2011. Rashmi Munikempanna invited us to respond to the idea of objects and memory. She had displayed a piece of Indian fabric with CCTV images: “The work explores a photograph that

It’s Our Fault We’re Here

A short film in Whittington park (Holloway road) in the late winter of 2011. We were there to begin to explore the road and it’s history via living and working conditions of people who have lived and worked there. By

It’s Our Fault We’re Here

A short film in Whittington park (Holloway road) in the late winter of 2011. We were there to begin to explore the road and it’s history via living and working conditions of people who have lived and worked there. By

AltMFA

AltMFA was set up in October 2010 as an alternative to studying a MAster Fine Art. http://altmfa.blogspot.co.uk/

AltMFA

AltMFA was set up in October 2010 as an alternative to studying a MAster Fine Art. http://altmfa.blogspot.co.uk/

Trident Way 2: The Southall Project

Invited by Louise Ashcroft, we took sound recordings, film and photographs, whilst reading from the stories at three scenes of political resonance in Southall – the site of Blair Peach’s death at the hands of an unidentified police officer; outside the

Trident Way 2: The Southall Project

Invited by Louise Ashcroft, we took sound recordings, film and photographs, whilst reading from the stories at three scenes of political resonance in Southall – the site of Blair Peach’s death at the hands of an unidentified police officer; outside the

PLAY FOR TODAY: Cornelius Cardew a symposium

Part of ICA Calling Out Of Context season 21 & 22 November 2009 Co-organised by The Drawing Room and the ICA, we worked with Ultra Red (mostly with the London based member Janna Graham) as part of the ensemble or

PLAY FOR TODAY: Cornelius Cardew a symposium

Part of ICA Calling Out Of Context season 21 & 22 November 2009 Co-organised by The Drawing Room and the ICA, we worked with Ultra Red (mostly with the London based member Janna Graham) as part of the ensemble or

Investigation Three

Investigation Three Investigation Three existed for about a year after continuing from the Ultra Red project at Raven Row in 2008. Link here. The website now sits in purgatory as many web spaces, a kind of haunted museum of potential.

Investigation Three

Investigation Three Investigation Three existed for about a year after continuing from the Ultra Red project at Raven Row in 2008. Link here. The website now sits in purgatory as many web spaces, a kind of haunted museum of potential.

34 / 71 Broadway Market

Continuing the theme of gentrification, we read extracts from the court cases of Spirit and Tony Platia who were evicted from their food shop and café respectively in 2007. In the face of rising rents and aggressive landlords (supported by

34 / 71 Broadway Market

Continuing the theme of gentrification, we read extracts from the court cases of Spirit and Tony Platia who were evicted from their food shop and café respectively in 2007. In the face of rising rents and aggressive landlords (supported by