This Thursday at The Burlington Fine Arts Club we have previews galore, its starts at 6 and trundles on til 8. As always its bring your own alcohol, so make sure you do, there are shops near by for the forgetful.
You should know where we are now…3 Picadilly Place
www.theburlingtonfineartsclub.wordpress.com
This weeks previews see work from Andrew Bracey, Francis Didsley, Dave Evans, Kevin Hunt and Emily Speed. Combined this with the sites and sounds from Dj Shlucht and your onto a winner, see attached and below below for details.
DJ ShlucHT//DIY Church
DIYChurch is a weekly Internet live radio show on Radio23.org.
Broadcasted from Berlin.

The show is a “stream sculpture” in terms of its happening character
based on Ideas coming from social sculpture, Fluxus as well as Pop culture & Dadaism.
But also because of the Live-chat related to the show.

DIY Church aims to represent/ expose the audible B- side of our culture and subculture.
Created by setting up happenings/ events or inviting special guests such as:

musicians, performers, visual artists, collectors, scientists, real men & no life.

He/She presents his/her references and work issues
in relation with a chosen theme.

The 2 hours show sounds like a sound collage, mixing
and layering regular songs, dialogues, lectures, live
sets, field recordings, quotes and samples.
We pick up sounds from a variety of cultures and
mediums from open source archive to secret service
recordings

This Thursday there will be a live show  from Burlington Fine Arts Club.

Audible world wide simultaneously for the people who couldn’t make it to the festival, with informations and sounds they wouldn’t hear at the festival. And after the show it will be archived and documented atInternet Archive as free download. I will publish it under a CC-License , so people can make remixes and new cultural bastards, created from that source.

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

Andrew Bracey, Frances Disley, Dave Evans, Kevin Hunt, Emily Speed

 

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

All Work and No Play Makes Jack a Dull Boy

 

Without time off from work, a person becomes both bored and boring.

 

How could anyone be bored at The Burlington Fine Arts Club?

 

For one week five artists will come together to work, play, read, talk, eat, write, make, crit, plan, faff, drink, dream, listen and try not to be bored. They will be following the tradition of the original Burlington Fine Arts Club and eminent members Luytens, Rossetti, Ruskin and Whistler. None of the contemporary artists know what will happen in the week long residency.

 

In the spirit of collaboration and making connections that the Burlington encourages Manchester based artist Andrew Bracey has invited four artists – Frances Disley, Dave Evans, Kevin Hunt and Emily Speed – from The Royal Standard studios in Liverpool to spend the week with him at the club. There are no rules and no outcomes anticipated. A clean slate has been wiped. They must all remember that no work and all play can also make Jack a dull boy.

Andrew Bracey makes paintings, but not always with paint and rarely on canvas. Solo exhibitions include Manchester Art Gallery, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Transition Gallery, London and firstsite, Colchester. He curated UnSpooling: artists & cinema at Cornerhouse,Manchester with Dave Griffiths in 2010. He is based in Suite Studio Group inSalford and is Senior Lecturer in fine art at The University of Lincoln.

www.andrewbracey.co.uk

 

Frances Disley works with printmaking, drawing and sculpture. She creates work that challenges the media’s current negative representation of teenagers. Transforming society’s wastelands into magical landscapesFrances seeks to emphasise the exciting yet terrifying transition from childhood to adulthood.

www.francesdisley.com

 

Dave Evans works with printmaking, sculpture and multimedia to explore how and why we speculate about the future. He ties, balances and hangs fragile materials that emphasise the constructed nature of past and future history. His influences include 70’s sci-fi movies, the work of Issac Asimov, and the writing of Frederic Jameson.

www.evansdave.com

 

Kevin Hunt is an artist, curator and writer. He constructs sculpture utilising the redundant. Recent exhibitions include a solo presentation of new work at Art Brussels, Belgium with Stephane Simoens Gallery, No Noise at The Agency, Deptford, London, NO SOUL FOR SALE at Tate Modern, London and Rendez-Vous 09, at the Institut d’art Contemporain, during the 10th Biennale de Lyon 2009.

www.kevinhunt.co.uk

 

Emily Speed works in sculpture, installation, drawing, and photography exploring the temporary and the transient through reference to architecture and the body. She currently has a solo exhibition ‘MAKE SHIFT’ atYorkshireSculpturePark until September 18th.

www.emilyspeed.co.uk