Random Artists present...
4 days of art and culture @ Ex Fed
(open invitation to all artists and performers)
Weds 9 - Sat 12 November 2016
Unit 4, 199 Eade Road, London N4 1DN
FREE ENTRY / donations appreciated!
In preparation for a squatted London TAA event in early 2017, the founding group of the TAA movement – Random Artists, a collective as loose as the name suggests – send an open invitation to all artists and performers working in any medium to get involved with an event in the ExFed warehouse space.
More information will follow soon, but we are already accepting pledges of work for the main gallery space, or for themed evening entertainment - film, spoken word and performance.
Painting, photography, sculpture and multimedia work
Zines, campaigns, clothing, jewellery
On a wide range of topics – check back closer to the event
Soft drinks, craft ale and cider
Evenings from 7pm:
Spoken Word (Weds)
Self-made short films
Physical art, cabaret and circus
Live Music (Sat)
Extra performances and screenings will be taking place throughout the week.
Check back here closer to the time for more details...
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Twin events happening in Bristol – May 2016!
VIVA LE METAMORPHOSIS
Wed 18 – Sat 21 May 2016
Artists are encouraged to attend with their work and allow it to morph over the course of the 4 days or use this opportunity to create something entirely new in response to this context as it forms and changes around you. You're also welcome to bring something you've made just to exhibit/perform 'as it is'. Workshops, lectures and discussion forums also strongly encouraged.
The Metamorphosis team draw inspiration from the Temporary Autonomous Art crew, Black Market International. The Situationists and many others...
CALL OUT: To all you lovely creative folk...
Call out for anyone with a skill to share. We Viva La Metamorphosis! will be transforming a space in central Bristol during the 18th-21st of May. This is a creative space where ALL can get involved. An area where you can express yourself freely – be it through Art, Music, Workshops or Contemporary Modern Dance.
If you or anyone you know would like to get involved with this project please email firstname.lastname@example.org
R A V E – Random Audio Visual Exhibition
Fri 20 May – Sat 21 May 2016
The Island, Old Bridewell Police Station, Nelson Street, Bristol BS1 2LE.
Click here to view on Google Maps.
This exhibition is a celebration of the art, music and style of the underground sound system subculture.
This is a 2 day event to show case Bristol thriving Subcultures Talents.
We will have art from some of The finest underground artists. Creative workshops and Music Workshop In the day time, check out the Facebook page for workshop times.
Evening entertainment involving junk fashion then films on the Friday followed by musical talent and dancing on the Saturday night!
Delicious Cafe in the day, Tapas and bar in the evening. This exhibition is a celebration of the art, music and style of the underground sound system subculture.
Some info about Temporary Autonomous Art
TAA exhibitions are creative spaces that are organised and constructed by the artists themselves. They operate under an open-access policy, meaning everyone is free to exhibit their work or perform. Time-honoured art forms sit comfortably amongst digital work, sculptures, installations, films, performance and music. We encourage artists and audience to find their own level of creative involvement and believe that all of our voices are equally important.
TAA events are planned for Bristol and London in late 2016.
What is a TAA?
TAA is an underground festival of creativity that has been taking over venues across the UK since 2001.
TAA exhibitions are creative spaces that are organised and constructed by the artists themselves. They operate under an open-access policy, meaning everyone is free to exhibit their work or perform.
Time-honoured art forms sit comfortably amongst digital work, sculptures, installations, films, performance and music.
We encourage artists and audience to find their own level of creative involvement and believe that all of our voices are equally important.
This not only opens the doors to a no-cost space to exhibit within but also encourages first-timers and the artist within us all. All contributions are welcome (space permitting) so please get in touch if you want to get involved.
There is no celebrity here and our aim is to break free of the sterile nature of traditional galleries and instead create a space which removes barriers between art, artist and audience.