Goldsmiths Photography Degree Show

We cordially invite you to the annual degree show at Goldsmiths, our intellectual shelter and creative stage, where we will be showcasing some of our own work, alongside that of an array of up-and-coming photographers, including our precious – and previously presented – artist Geiste Marija Kincinaityte. Goldsmiths, University of London, is a leading institute […]

Beagling into the Night

Having reluctantly missed the soft launch in the beginning of April (due to fiery final year essays) and then finding myself out of town (au revoir rainy London), I finally managed to check out the Beagle. Deducing from the the crowds spilling out, this new restaurant, bar and coffee shop run by krankbrother‘s Kieran and […]

AUFBAU HAUS

This centre for creatives is a dazzling star in Berlin’s fabulous Kreuzberg micro-universe. Situated on Moritzplatz, right around the corner from the co-working space BetaHaus and across from the urban gardening site Prinzessinnengarten, it is an innovative new presence on the city’s cultural landscape. It beautifully complements it’s surrounding and offers an eclectic range of […]

AFTER THE VOID

GG’s Halea teams up with Maria Vega of the Ministry of Nomads for an exhibition that explores states of consciousness which emerge from the quiet stillness and ecstasy of the free mind. Diverse in their medium and technicality, the artworks and performances draw inspiration from moments of self-transcendence and eminent awareness that are not subordinate […]

Plato’s Cave XHBT

‘You do not know you are a prisoner because you were born in the cave and it is the only life you have ever known.’ Frolic at this exciting pop-up show right by Limehouse Station! Alluding to the Louvre power cut Plato’s Cave is a riveting explorative exhibition by a group of promising emerging artists […]

THE LIGHT SHOW

  This sublime exhibition presents how the fluidity of matter is embodied by light traveling in space and time. Art in its purest form transcends meaning and rises to a level of self-liberation through an emancipation of the senses. Constantly surrounded by hyper-stimulating screens and moving image content, light has the capacity to reduce all […]

Gold in the Crucible

For three days the Hoxton Arches were the site of the extraordinary exhibition Gold in the Crucible which was a kind of symbolic coming of age for the participating artists, in form of a continuation of the sculptural exploration with trans:form earlier this year. Curated by Hanna Laura Kaljo the exhibition was the processual result of the six artists […]

Scare and Share

Halloween is one of my preferred annual fêtes and, in fact, could even be described as a holiday in my belief system of conscious hedonism (never mind religious/national threads of ideology). Not only does it justify dressing up, deception and acting eerily, but it also challenges your perception and intimacy with people. Being a secret […]

Working Rivoli Ballroom cloakroom

We’ve all been there before: scrounging around Tesco’s reduced section/grappling for copper at the bottom of the fanny pack/wondering whether that half-finished ciggy in the ashtray is still smoke-able. I cannot tell you how or why I always seem to end up “there” a sad-awful lot… but a bad habit of spontaneous money squandering is […]

BAR25 – Days out of Time

BAR25. No words can describe and no pictures could ever do justice to it – to what it was and what it stands for. Die Bar was revived! Just for one night, in London, for the international premier of the BAR25 film that documents its evolution, from the birth of its founders’ ideas to the physical destruction […]