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Kotä: Selected Works of Experimental Music and Art Expo

The Russians aren't coming. But you can go to them. And should....

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Experimental Doom, Post Hardcore, and What Sounds Like Dustbin Lids (Birushanah)

Japanese post-hardcore experimental brilliance this may be, but please stop banging those hubcaps. Birushanah reviewed...

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Experimental drug achieves unprecedented weight loss

An investigational combination of drugs already approved to treat obesity, migraine and epilepsy produced up to a 10 percent weight loss in obese individuals participating in a one-year clinical...

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A Very Queer Communion

This charming and disarming homage to a unique figure provides a backbone to the kinds of invasive physical performance for which Ron Athey is best known....

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UK Science Museum Group Building Coronavirus Collection

Curators are amassing material and considering how to “collect important objects on behalf of the nation as a record of the medical, scientific and cultural responses to the outbreak”....

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Decoding Future Music from Germany: Interview with Uwe Schütte

Alexei Monroe speaks to the author of the latest book to explore the art of Kraftwerk and their legacy....

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Legendary Arts Venue The Horse Hospital Facing Closure

February marks the 27th anniversary of the venue's inaugural exhibition and also its forced closure if it cannot meet, or successfully contest, a 333% rent increase....

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New Exhibition Explores Community in the Age of Climate Crisis

The Coming Community encourages viewers to consider alternative ways of living together in the face of global political and ecological instability....

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Dallas Acid – Emaljets Hav

Dallas Acid release another far-out electronic track of bliss-magic...

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1-54 African Contemporary Arts Fair 2019

1-54 has established itself as a leading voice in the discussion on contemporary African art, bringing together a diverse set of perspectives from around the world....

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James Rosenquist: Visualising the Sixties

This essay looks at the work of James Rosenquist in terms of the pop art movement. Broadening its scope, we look at this artist's work against that of Ed Kienholz and Joseph Cornell....

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Van Gogh, Messiah & Madman Debunked

Reflecting on the expressionism of Van Gough and thinking about what it offers to the contemporary painter Natalie Andrews takes a critical view of the mad-messiah stereotype and reminds us whats...

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World Illustration Awards Overall Winners Announced

All of this year's award winners are displayed alongside the full shortlist at the World Illustration Awards 2019 Exhibition, which runs at Somerset House until 28 July. ...

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Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art

The first major show staged on this theme, Into the Night features both famed and little-known sites of the avant-garde from the 1880s to the 1960s....

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Time and Space in video art and installation: James Alec Hardy

Space, construction, dying technologies and the rich rituals at the end of all things - James Alec Hardy...

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Time. Science. Erosion. Evidence: Fiona Crisp

Photographic entropy in work of Fiona Crisp...

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David Lynch Collaborator Dean Hurley Announces Anthology Resource Vol. II

Philosophy of Beyond weaves together a rich sonic tapestry built in part from comb-filtering experiments, tape loops, and sampled field excursions into unique acoustical environments....

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Science Museum Group Call for Art Submissions

The Science Museum Group, in collaboration with contemporary art commissioners Foreground, is seeking creative responses to its ambitious project to construct a new collection management facility at...

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Psychohorology: Jordan Baseman on using time as a canvas

Jordan Baseman's latest work Radio Influenza uses his technique of time and reportage to describe the progression of events that marked the Spanish Influenza Pandemic of 1918...

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The Ballet of the Nations

Actor Billy Zane narrates an arthouse production inspired by the original piece, in which war is imagined as a diabolical dance choreographed by Satan and Ballet Master Death....

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The ICA Present I, I, I, I, I, I, I, Kathy Acker

The exhibition will address ‘Kathy Acker’ as a still-unfolding cultural force, focusing on the diverse and disruptive character of the author’s work and persona....

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Marroni-Ouanely Present Debut UK Solo Exhibition

Cagnara unveils the Italian-French duo’s latest work, characterised by their strict collaborative process where both artists simultaneously paint each canvas using their less dominant hand....

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A Timely Review of the Art Market: London Art Fair 2019

This year's London Art Fair focused on the various correspondences between the work of contemporary artists from Latin America and Europe....

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Derek Bailey on Improvisation

"For listeners unfamiliar with experimental music, Derek Bailey's distinctive style can be challenging." - Wikipedia on Derek Bailey. But by all means make up your own mind...

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Researchers Create Early Universe Matter

Results could help theorists better understand how the universe's original quark gluon plasma cooled over milliseconds, giving birth to the first atoms in existence....

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Degas: Passion For Perfection

Degas: Passion For Perfection uses the film medium to good effect, allowing the viewer to see the artist's process in action. ...

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Science and Aesthetics

Pablo Picasso, Guernica, 1937 Science, of course, is immensely important; perhaps even the patterns made by diffraction are important too; even if only as a bi-product of some scientific goings-on....

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Dawn Drums and Acid Light

Creating experience from post-consumptive detritus, Bonnacons of Doom make ritualistic music for a new wasteland. ...

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South London Gallery Fire Station Coming Soon

The South London Gallery will open the former Peckham Road Fire Station as a new contemporary arts space and annexe to the main site on 22 September....

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Uncommon Errors, Quiet Faces in the Screaming Crowd

Trebuchet talks to SiKth's Mikey (Mikee) Goodman on creating visions in sound....

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