Pick Of The Line 29/9/11- 06/9/11

Photo: Jo Phipps

Friday October 29: Space Perception Pop-Up Gallery at [Performance Space]

An exhibition for those who love all things “pop-up” and those who want to investigate concepts, like space, interaction and spatial identity. A group of emerging artists is trying to encapsulate their own perceptional reality, using video, photography and text. Jo Phipps, David Calverley-Morris, Mageli Azevou, Alexander Page, Eva Roovers, Martin Robinson, Christine Donnier-Valentin, Richard Mulhearn, Alexander Davies and Gabriela Fabrowska embark on a dialogue that extends beyond the confines of the everyday.

Space Perception: September 29-October 9, [Performance Space] Pop-up Gallery, 6 Hamlet Industrial Estates, White Post Lane, E9 5EN, tel: 02035382474.


Photo: Viviane Sassen - Other I (Hotshoe Gallery)

Saturday October 1: East London Photomonth launches

East London prepares for its own annual major photography festival, hosting more than 150 gallery exhibitions and showcasing the work of artists like Simon Roberts, Faseeh Sams, Rob Macdonald, Kerry Clark & Gemma Donovan, Andrew Graiger, Colin O’Brien and many more. The Photomonth also includes workshops, photowalks, a photofair, seminars, discussions, artist talks and events that combine entertainment and art. It probably involves much more than what Eastlondonlines’ server can handle, so be sure to check the official website for more info.

East London Photomonth: International Photography Festival: October 1 – November 30 2011.

Tuesday October 4: 25 Years On: News International Dispute exhibition-public launch

Public launch of the exhibition that opens on October 1 to commemorate 25 years after the historic strike at Wapping in London’s Docklands. On January 24 1986, Rupert Murdoch’s News International group moved production of its four national newspapers to Wapping, sacking 5,000 production and clerical workers overnight. No journalists were sacked but more than 100, labeled the “refuseniks”, took a stand and walked out of their jobs. The exhibition that runs for just two weeks, features dramatic images, posters and memorabilia from those challenging moments for print and media workers. On October 4 Goldsmiths organizes a public talk featuring  Nick Jones (former BBC industrial correspondent), Wapping strikers and chaired by Angela Phillips.

Goldsmiths Univerisity, New Academic Building.

Public talk “25 years of News International at Wapping”: October 4, 6pm.

Exhibition: October 1-14, Mon-Fri: 09:00-17:00, Sat-Sun:10:00-17:00, free admission.


Marisa Anderson

Wednesday October 5: Marisa Anderson & Bridget Hayden Café Oto broadcast

The East End’s most underground venue team up with an emerging alternative webradio? Of course the allegiance in question should not surprise us. Dalston’s Café Oto knows talent when it sees one and NTS has already proved to be as eclectic as a radio cruising the oversaturated waves of London should be. Every Wednesday, from 12 to 1 pm, a member of the Oto team presents a show focusing on personal collections and live recordings from the venue. On October 5, the OTO-NTS Broadcast  present the live set of Marisa Anderson and Bridget Hayden. The two performers presented a mixture of noise, guitar blues, gospel and the unexpected.

Tune in NTS radio every Wednesday 12-1pm.



Wednesday October 5: Black Atlantic and Ninja Tune present Emika Album launch

Emika, dubstep’s most fragile voice is about to release her debut album “Emika” through renowned Ninja Tune label and invites us to a launch party co-produced with Black Atlantic. The latter is a promotions/events organizing team that has also made a name for themselves with parties that hit the mark with overflowing dance vibes but no lack of character. The album will be available from October 3, so give it a listen before coming to the party.

City Arts & Music Project (CAMP), 70-74 City Road, EC1Y 2BJ

Tickets: £7.50 (Advance) available from Ticketweb and Resident Advisor

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