90% of what you ‘see’ is an internal mental simulation of the external world, informed occasionally by sampling data from your senses. What we conceive of as reality is mental fabrication.
Broken Grey Wires is a contemporary art organisation responding to and exploring mental health, philosophy, psychology and everything in between.
We are a group of five artists whose work clusters around overlapping research interests. Taking as our starting point Kenneth Goldsmith’s suggestion in that artists show their research material as work instead of the work itself, we are proposing a show which foregrounds our research practice, using it to demonstrate links between our studio pieces that would not otherwise be immediately apparent.
Tangle is South West England’s African Caribbean Theatre Company. We celebrate the work of artists of African, Caribbean and more than 50 other heritages.
A cross-cultural residency experiment between London, UK and Montreal, Quebec that focuses on the word ‘curation’ and the implication this word could have in the context of the body and choreography.
Awa's Journey is a multi media collaboration between playwright Beverly Andrews, Union Dance, Bafta nominated video maker Dan Saul, African Express musician Mosi Conde and director Danielle Urbas.
The Rebel Man Standard went to Impulstanz for five weeks as part of danceWEB2015. Now they are back in London and landing again, reconfiguring their positions and asking: what remains?
“What art you laughing at?”: The power of humour and self-humiliation is a residency led by Nicola McCartney with artists, architects, musicians and academics to investigate the agency of creative comedy via experimental works, talks, on-going research and performances.
The Shape Open is an annual call-out for disabled and non-disabled artists to submit work in response to a disability focused theme.
Secret Agent is a group exhibition composed from the viewpoint of feminist authorship in contemporary art practices. The artists in the exhibition actively challenge the institutional structure of history and patriarchal authority – and imagine alternative narratives, often through the specificity of lens-based media.
Guest Projects is pleased to announce the launch of Guest Editions, a series of 5 prints by a selection of curators and artists involved with the space: Bob and Roberta Smith, Bjorn Veno, Doug Fishbone, Sarah Baker and Mary Yacoob.
I’m Not Done is a project instigated by conversations between Kathrin Bonnar and Cherelle Sappleton. The exhibitions and events developed from the project look curiously at the process of art making; thinking about decision making processes, identity and authorship, and ask artists to exhibit work and concepts un-resolved to themselves.
London’s original peer-led MA course alt MFA hosted a jamboree of education, events and exhibitions in collaboration with many collectives and institutions that they have an affinity with.
What is an African artist? Am I an African artist? What am I if I’m not?
Feel the Discourse! was an exhibition that brought together visual art and contemporary writing in an attempt to perform criticism in a different way to the one we usually encounter in the art gallery.
The contemporary world presents us with goods and services whose means of production and circulation are often taken for granted by the end user. How are power relations reproducing meanings and discourses in the workplace and how is this reflected within human communication in general?
Tangle is South West England’s African Caribbean theatre company. THE MANDELA PROJECT is the company’s 2014 Discovery Project, which toured across South West England in autumn 2014.
AFRORETRO is a cultural fusion fashion brand, created by British Ugandan sisters. We take the best of both our homes; London and Kampala to create unique fashion pieces that reflect our background without harming the planet or it's inhabitants.
This month long project at Guest Projects was built on the work of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) organisations such as Rukus and Naz project.
Vanishing Points exhibition brings a selection of artists that have made a very significant progress within the Colombian contemporary art scene.
Emidy - ‘He Who Dared to Dream’ is a new multi-media theatre piece, composed and performed by the luminary composer and multi-instrumentalist Tunde Jegede, centred around the extraordinary life and times of the C19 composer and virtuoso violinist, Joseph Antonio Emidy
Night Runner is a play about a British man (Pastor Justin Long) who inherits a ‘spiritual’ disorder from a Kenyan father he has never known.
Curated by Priscilla Gurupira in collaboration with Skye Chirape.
On Landscape # 1, the first of a series of exhibitions based on conversations between artists Minna Kantonen, Dafna Talmor and Emma Wieslander aims to challenge traditional representations of landscape.
Cleveland Watkiss, Orphy Robinson and Derek Richards have been collaborators on a range of primarily musical projects for some 20 years. All three artists have worked at the interdisciplinary focal point of theatre in various capacities from composing and musical direction, through to design, acting and direction.
Emerging art collective Cross Arts Projects (XAP) experimental project The Psychotropic House, is an interactive and multi-sensory art installation, inspired by the dystopian vision of J.G. Ballard’s short story, The Thousand Dreams of Stellavista.
Inspired by Martin Luther King Jr’s speech ‘I have a dream’, DREAM NATION invited 600 people from all walks of life to write haikus inspired by Dr. King’s vision for change. These were displayed on a specially commissioned, traveling installation.
A Wing. A Prey. A Song. experiments with drama and film projection in the gallery space. Its theme: the pursuit of greener pastures and what it takes to survive using the analogy of migratory birds.