Inspired by a collection of 24 New Church 'wayside pulpits' from the 1950s held in the archive at Swedenborg House, the exhibition features 57 newly commissioned visionary statements from invited artists, writers, musicians, playwrights and filmmakers.
Preview: Thursday 20 October, 6-9pm
19 - 22 October 2016
in heaven people play peacefully sometimes people helping each other love making and working together peacefully
A collaborative performance between Jeremy Hutchison and a group of Task Rabbit micro-labourers.
Event: Thursday 20 October, 6-8pm
LUX host a seminar for artists and curators looking at the implications of artists' film and video in the archive.
Event: Thursday 13 October, 3-5pm
A group exhibition based on Graham Greene's novel 'It's a Battlefield'. With Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Lenka Clayton, Harun Farocki, and Thomas McCaughan.
Preview: Tuesday 11 October, 6.30-8.30pm
12 October - 11 December 2016
Wednesday to Sunday, 11am-5pm
An exhibition of site-specific work resulting from a residency at Arthouse 1 by six artists who all transform shape, space, environment and experience through their multi-disciplinary approaches.
Preview: Tuesday 11 October, 6-8.30pm
12 - 22 October 2016
Thursday to Sunday, 3-7pm
Exactly fifty years after the legendary '9 Evenings: Theatre and Engineering', Arts Catalyst revisits this hugely influential art event with a new performance commission by Robert Whitman.
Event: Friday 7 October, 7pm
Material Conjectures & Emily Motto are early career artists working from different philosophical perspectives and linked here through the shared modernist working practice of subverting everyday materials to a new purpose, creating fresh sculptural entities.
Preview: Friday 7 October, 7-9pm
5 October - 27 November 2016
Wednesday to Saturday, 11am-5pm
Each October, Kingsgate PS will invite an artist group or an artist-led organisation from outside of London to take over its exhibition and event programme. REGRESSION by BLISS is the first such project.
Preview: Friday 7 October, 4-6pm
8 - 29 October 2016
Thursday to Saturday, 12-6pm