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Chronovisor : Archive

South Kiosk return to the theme of the Chronovisor as a means to explore notions of time and artifice through the suggestion of an archive made up of problematic evidence.

Preview: Wednesday 14 May, 6.30-9pm

15 May - 20 June
 
2014
Wednesday to Friday, 11am-6pm

Saturday, 12-4pm

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Lecture-Performance and Presentation

Maryam Jafri presents a new lecture-performance stemming from her research on international forms of television advertising, and Liz Moor discusses her research on the emergence of the branding industry.

Event: Tuesday 13 May, 7-9pm

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Artist Talk: Clifford Owens

On the occasion of his debut European exhibition, 'Better the Rebel You Know' at Cornerhouse (Manchester), Iniva hosts Owens in conversation with curator, Daniella Rose King.

Monday 12 May 2014, 3-5pm

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A Description of a New World, Called the Blazing World

For its Project Space, Jerwood Visual Arts presents new work by London-based artist Anna Bunting-Branch.

12 May - 30 August 2014

Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
Saturday, 11am-3pm

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Around the edges - Where the light creeps in

Toby Jury Morgan's photography investigates the contrasts in colour and texture between man-made and natural objects and environments.

8 - 26 May 2014
Monday, 11am-6pm
Tuesday to Saturday, 11am-11pm
Sunday, 12-10pm

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Art Licks, Issue 14 launch

We are very excited to launch the new issue of Art Licks at 38b with live music from Nicolas Burrows of Nous Vous, and Jenny Moore of Coova and themed cocktails.

Event: Saturday 10 May, 6-8pm

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We Are Not Friends

Week 3: Sarah Bowker-Jones & David Orme.

Preview: Friday 9 May, 6-9pm

10 - 11 May 2014
Daily, 12-6pm

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Over and Out

Imperial Works presents a group pop-up show by recent graduates of Camberwell, Chelsea College and beyond to celebrate the building's imminent destruction.

Preview: Friday 9 May, 6.30-9pm

10 - 11 May 2014
Saturday, 10am-6pm
Sunday, 10am-5pm

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Biters, Larry Achiampong & David Blandy

(n) A person who steals another's words, style or ideas.

Preview: Thursday 8 May, 6.30-9pm

1 May - 9 May 2014
Monday to Friday, 11am-5pm

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DELVE

DELVE is an exhibition by Sarah Duffy and Maaike Anne Stevens that interrogates and rethinks the nature of artistic research.

Preview: Thursday 8 May, 6-9pm

9 - 25 May 2014
Thursday to Saturday, 1-6pm

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Jude Crilly

Artist-in-Residence at Farringdon Factory 2.

Preview: Thursday 8 May, 6-9pm

9-10 May 2014
Daily, 12-6pm

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Late Night Supermarket Shopping Live

Helen Benigson creates a bright and pulsating space, filled with performance, video and printed image.

Preview: Thursday 8 May, 7-9pm

9 May - 7 June 2014
Wednesday to Saturday, 2-6pm

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The context for art practice in Turkey - negotiating patronage

Discussion with Dr Andrea Phillips, Goldsmiths and Curator, Istanbul Biennial; Ovul Durmusoglu, curator of Sofia Contemporary festival, 2013 and visual arts writer Fisun Guner.

Event: Thursday 8 May, 6:30pm

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Emily Speed

Artist's talk with Emily Speed as part of the Standpoint Futures Residencies 2014.

Event: Wednesday 7 May, 6.30pm

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Not Her Real Name

Alice Walton's second solo-show at Tintype gallery.

Preview: Wednesday 7 May, 6.30-8.30pm

8 May - 7 June 2014
Wednesday to Saturday, 12-6pm

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'Stay Where You Are': Spring Staging

Artist-composer Jem Finer, poet Lavinia Greenlaw, essayist Jay Griffiths and filmmaker Ben Rivers present new work as part of the project, 'Stay Where You Are'.

Event: Wednesday 7 May, 6.45pm

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Listen Hear!

Do Not Feed Birds and friends present an evening of listening. A broad range of audio work compiled from open submission will be listened to in darkness.

Event: Tuesday 6 May, 7pm

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My So-Called Life

OPENYOURKIMONO's launches its first commission by Jonny JJ Winter.

Event: Tuesday 6 May, 7pm

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Pedagogical Blueprints 1. Art School: Another History

Prof. Catherine Elwes, Prof. Lisa Tickner and Amy Tobin discuss the history of the art school from a female perspective and the limits of an institution traditionally shaped and dominated by men.

Event: Tuesday 6 May, 7-8.30pm

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ISSUE 14

With a bit of a revamp and further features, we are very excited to release this new issue of Art Licks magazine for Spring 2014.

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