Seamus Harahan & Christopher Stewart
Never Odd Or Even is Thomson & Craighead’s first ever survey show featuring seminal works such as More Songs of Innocence and of Experience (2012), displaying unsolicited spam email texts karaoke-style accompanied by anodyne supermarket Muzack; and Time Machine in alphabetical order (2011), a re-edited version of the classic 1960s film, with every spoken word sequenced in alphabetical rather than narrative order. In a new work that grows day by day, London Wall W1W (2013) is the artists’ physical manifestation of Tweets drawn from within a one-mile radius of Carroll / Fletcher, which are then turned into propaganda-style posters and adhered to the gallery wall. Keep up to date with the latest tweets from W1W on @CarrollFletcher and tclondonwall.tumblr.com.
SHS 3 - Sarah Rara - A Ray Array
The third part of Space’s six-part summer exhibition programme. A film by Sarah Rara, with a soundtrack by Lucky Dragons.
22 - 30 June 2013
Katie Goodwin’s immersive 3D film explores the beauty and danger of micro-organisms and protozoons living within the surface-water of lakes and ponds.
Nick Carrick, Paul Greenleaf, Sharon Kivland
22 June - 14 July 2013
An ancient order of friars and a group of young artists open a new non-profit, contemporary art space in west London with its inaugural show.
at Austin Forum Arts
21 June - 4 July 2013
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-7pm
Austin Forum Arts
The Augustinian Centre, 55 Fulham Palace Road, London, W6 8AU
UNCONSCIOUS ARCHIVES 8
Unconscious Archives transverses noise core and vision spectacle bringing together expanded cinema and sonic propositions from London and afar.
at Cafe Oto
Event: Wednesday 19 June, 7.30pm , Cafe Oto
18 - 22 Ashwin Street, Dalston
The Unfun Fair
Simon Tyzsko’s mixed media practice constructs narratives that allude to the joys and tragedies of a personal life but are located within the dysfunctionalities of the wider social body.
12 - 29 June 2013
Bodil Furu, Misty Clouds, 2010, image courtesy the artist
This bird has flown (i)
Bodil Furu’s accomplished screen works reflect on the social and environmental dynamics that shape change.
12 - 29 June 2013
An-artist, Unlearning, Part III
Screening of Paul Rooney’s film ‘Thin Air’ (2009) followed by commentary by Richard Whitelaw, Head of Programmes, Sound and Music, and artist/critic Peter Suchin.
at David Roberts Art Foundation
Part academic lecture, part science fiction story, Thin Air highlights the legacy and little known research of 1970s Leeds Polytechnic student Alan Smithson. S
Event: Tuesday 18 June, 7pm
David Roberts Art Foundation