of Diana Mavroleans short 16mm films
Thursday 13th February
3 Mirrors 1882/86 b/w. 23 min.
the Pavement 1987/89 col. 15min. (triple screen)
Field of Women 1990/91 col. 15min.
with 16mm. S/8 & Video works by;
Clio David, Oliver Tringham, Nigel Lindley & Tim Cole.
Doors 6pm, Screening at 7.30pm, Admission £3, late bar
- A unique live performance event
Saturday 15th February
Fiasco.tv showcases a progressive and eclectic mix of acts including live
music, performance poetry, dance, live vision mixing, DJs and short film.
Some of the finest and most exciting music from the grass roots scene,
and other artistic genres that you might not normally see at a live event,
Fiasco.tv is the essential one-stop culture portal. Featuring;
Baluji Shrivastav The renowned multi-instrumentalist and sitar maestro
leads a classical Indian music ensemble.
Francesca Beard The queen of the performance poetry scene will be
reining in hearts with her dazzling verse.
Jazzcotech Dancers Fast feet to jazz beats, old moves to new grooves.
Shortman Rapoetry bard Matt Black explores black culture through
rhythm and rhyme.
Meon Inspired acoustic laptop song types from Marc Shearer of umrecords.
RGB Anarcho-theatre group presents The Circus Techno Burlesque.
Live Psinema Visionary imaging and video interface.
Simon Automatic (ICS) Tech-house highs and deep soul lows from 90s
dance veteran. www.fiasco.tv 7:30pm - 2:00am, first performance 8:30pm,
Tickets £8 (bar open 6pm)
OF THE INFRA-TERRESTRIALS
Thursday 20th February 7pm
They came from planet Earth to feast their eyes on the choicest short
films from up and coming film makers and hear the nowest sounds from London’s
grooviest djs - the ritual is hosted in the bar by Richard E, film maker
and member of London band Solar Apple Quarktette. Showing an edgy and
challenging programme of film/video makers specialising in innovative
camera and lighting effects in a variety of film and mixed video formats.
On the decks we have breaks, jazz and bossa; funky soulful house and the
smokiest hip hop and jazz funk.
£3 entry (bar opens 6pm)
YOU LOOKING AT MEŠŠŠŠ.?
An interactive surveillance evening of music, performance, new media and
visual arts for paranoiacs, exhibitionists and voyeurs. We are living
in the pupil of a thousand different eyes at any given moment. (Toffler).
As Londoners, we are caught on surveillance cameras an average of 300
times per day. The growing popularity of voyeuristic-based media creates
a climate where the iconography of CCTV has become an either naturalised
or fetishised aesthetic of visual culture.
In an attempt to explore the binaries between event paranoia and performativity............
SICKLINCOLN (live audience audio cutting)
MASSE (live) - RDJ (dj set)
FREDRIK OLOFSSON (live video editing)
STUARTP (dj set)
CALOGERO PACI (live)
ULF LUNDIN (STATION video screening)
STEVE MANN (live web remote performance)
FABRICE MOGINI (live)
RYOCO (live & video screenings)
GIOVANNI CALEMMA (video)
GREG MCLAREN (performance organ)
QUESTSIDE CREW (live pa & dj set)
NICKY ROBERTSON-PEEK (paranoid live)Š.And many more to be confirmed.
Friday 21st February 7pm £6 (bar opens 6pm)
(ongaku: Japanese n. - music, from on - sound; gaku - enjoy)
Tuesday 25th February 8pm
ONGAKU: enjoy_sound promotes improvised music monthly at 291 Gallery.
Committed to presenting improvised and experimental music of the highest
quality in the sympathetic surroundings of 291 Gallery's performance spaces,
its focus is on presenting unique or unusual combinations of performers.
More information about performers appearing this month can be found on
the website website
<http://www.geocities.com/ongaku291> performance £5 (bar opens
- Thursday 27th February 9pm
Utrophia will be starting it's series of events at 291 Gallery with a
varied and engaging night of diverse DJ sets and live music, as well as
projected work from photographic and filmic artists. Featuring photography
from Jean Goldsmith and collaborative films from Aisling Hedgecock and
Steve Molyneux, live music from The Naciente Quartet and previews of the
latest recordings from Lupus Yonderbo, Tile, Grovesnor, Sicamorey, and
a host of others.
£3 after 9pm (bar opens 6pm)
Nearest tube Liverpool Street, Bethnal Green, buses 55 from Old Street,
48 & 26 from Liverpool Street.
For further programme details contact Lisa Jensen at 291 Gallery on 020
Hackney Road, London E2 8NA
T:020 7613 5676 F:020 7613 5692
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