past events: Feb - Oct 2007
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Oct 2007
Furtherfield.org - New Reviews, Articles & Interviews
Furtherfield.org - New Reviews, Articles & Interviews
An online group based in London with an agenda in exploring net art and media art that is actively international, as well as local, present new reviews, articles & interviews for all to view.
Where: On-line
When:
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The Consequence Video screenings
Curated by Alex Hetherington and Janie Nicoll

Where: LowSalt Gallery, Glasgow
When: Took place Fri 19 - 21 Sun October 2007, 12 - 5pm
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Art Trail Visual Art Festival
Art Trail Visual Art Festival
An extensive programme of events, performances, exhibitions, seminars and workshops taking place in a variety of gallery and non-gallery spaces.
Where: Across Shandon, Cork, Ireland
When: Continues Sun 7 Oct 2007
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Kenyon, Doubleday, Brown - Open City: Nottingham
Kenyon, Doubleday, Brown - Open City: Nottingham
A series of walks and actions by groups and individuals in the streets of Nottingham throughout nottdance07, including a number of associated events
Where: nottdance07, sites across Nottingham City Centre
When: Took place Fri 12 - Sun 21 Oct 2007
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ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE present InBetween
ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE present InBetween
An exercise in the unrehearsable, focussing on what happens in the live event and the meeting between audience and performers
Where: Fusion Bar, Canterbury (part of the Canterbury Fringe Festival)
When: Took place Tue 23 Oct 2007, 2pm and 8.30pm

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VIDEOCLUB: Society and Open Phoenix Video Festival
VIDEOCLUB: Society and Open Phoenix Video Festival
Following a call for submissions featured on criticalnetwork, Videoclub present a selection of artists' films exploring society and societal constructs, including models of power, dependency and conformity
Where: Phoenix Art Gallery, Brighton
When: Took place Sat 13 and Sun 14 Oct 2007

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Shifting States - Fflorin Ungureau / Lisa Slominski / Kate Pickering / Bona Park
Shifting States
Four emerging artists with divergent practices and approaches address the theme of intervention through disrupting the assumptions and expectations of the viewer.
Where: Bearspace, London SE8
When: Closed Tue 16 Oct 2007
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SAYITASITIS (Part II)
SAYITASITIS (Part II)
Discussion featuring: Mathias Rust, Dr Robin Stott, Emma Rushton & Derek Tyman, Moderated by Anthony Iles
Where: Unit 2 Gallery, London Metropolitan University, London E1
When: Took place Thu 11 Oct 2007, 7pm
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INTERVENTION - Curated By Richard Ducker
INTERVENTION - Curated By Richard Ducker
A collection of works which respond directly to the space and to each other, exploring notions, of assocation, collaboration and invasion.
Where: Fieldgate Gallery, London E1
When: Closed Sat 13 Oct 2007
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Live Art WOC presents Vermin - a pest control training centre
Live Art WOC presents Vermin - a pest control training centre
Join Adela Jones and her training squad; be exposed to a new set of guidelines to eradicate local vermin and be introduced to new methods of pest control
Where: Cow Lane Studios, Salford
When: Took place Fri 5 Oct 2007

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Stephen Sharp - Public Art Survey
Stephen Sharp - Public Art Survey
Does Public Art regenerate the local economy? A series of banners questioning the role of art and the artist within society and the public sphere.
Where: Wulfrun Shopping Centre, Wolverhampton
When:
Closed Sat 6 Oct 2007
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DY-66 - A co-authored xenogeographic mission presented by a.a.s.
DY-66
A co-authored xenogeographic mission presented by a.a.s.
Where: Five Years, London E8

When: Closed Sun 7 Oct 2007
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Sep 2007
North and South
North and South
Over 30 artists across 6 venues at the Northern and Southernmost ends of England. Featuring a series of events, exhibitions, an educational programme and publication.
Where: Venues across Southampton and Sunderland
When: Closed late September 2007
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Distance Learning - curated by Grace Davies
Distance Learning - curated by Grace Davies
Featuring: Rose Butler & Kypros Kyprianou, Alistair Burleigh and Matthew Pontin

Where: g39, Cardiff
When: Closed Sat 15 Sep 2007

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Lifting. Theft in Art - Curated by Atopia Projects
Lifting. Theft in Art - Curated by Atopia Projects
Exploring instances when art gets in the way of what is considered “legal”.
Where: Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen
When:
Closed Sat 29 Sep 2007
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emergency - Two day programme of live art and intervention
emergency
Two day programme of live art and intervention
Where: greenroom, Manchester
When: Took place Fri 28 Sep 2007 and Sat 29 Sep 2007
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Close Mitchell Taylor present Mayflies
Close Mitchell Taylor present Mayflies
A series of three one-day events across the North of England, including live presentations, installations and a screening of artist’s film and video.
Took place at Site Gallery, Sheffield, Sat 28 Jul 2007, Cornerhouse, Manchester, Sat 1 Sep 2007 and Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle, Sat 8 Sep 2007.
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Karen Kihlberg and Reuben Henry
Karen Kihlberg and Reuben Henry
New work forming part of a series in which the documentation of a live act appears more important than the act itself.
Where: Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
When: Closed Sun 30 Sep 2007
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Network of Embroideries - SKART
Network of Embroideries - SKART
An exhibition in the windows of shops, cafes, takeaways and restaurants along Broadway Market, Hackney.

Where: Hackney, London E8
When: Took place Fri 28 Sep - Mon 1 Oct 2007
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Forthcoming events at [SPACE]
Forthcoming events at [SPACE]:
The Goldfinger Project: Arni Harladsson explores the social utopian ideology and reality of the Brutalist architectural aesthetic.
Where: SPACE, London E3
When:
Closed Sun 30 Sep 2007
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Working in Public Seminar Series: Art, Practice and Policy
Working in Public Seminar Series: Art, Practice and Policy
Grant Kester, Suzanne Lacy, Simon Sheikh and Tom Trevor discuss issues related to socially engaged practice, including representation, power, cultural rights and entitlement.
Where: Venues across Scotland

When: Took place May, June and September 2007.
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David Rokeby - Silicon Remembers Carbon

David Rokeby - Silicon Remembers Carbon
This retrospective includes pioneering sound installation,and explorations into CCTV and surveillance
Where: Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow, G2
When: Closed Sat 15 Sep 2007
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The Comic Book Project
The Comic Book Project
The first in a unique programme of events produced by the Collective.
Where: Collective Gallery, + 3 off-site venues, Edinburgh
Exhibition: Closed Sat 15 Sep 2007
Off-Site Events: Mon 16 Aug, Thu 23 Aug, Sun 26 Aug 2007
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The Oubliettes of Wolstenholme - Curated by The Centre of Attention
The Oubliettes of Wolstenholme - Curated by The Centre of Attention
It had begun as a retreat from the world, brought about by an inability to bear the conventional ingredients of reality...
Where:
Wolstenholme Projects, Liverpool
When: Closed Sun 23 Sep 2007
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Jean-Luc Moulène - Products of Palestine
Jean-Luc Moulène - Products of Palestine
A systematic documentation of consumer products from the occupied territories of the West Bank and Gaza Strip which don’t circulate as part of the world market due to imposed sanctions.
Where: Thomas Dane Gallery, London SW1Y

When: Closed Fri 21 Sep 2007
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Another Roadside Attraction - An Evening of Artist Films
Another Roadside Attraction - An Evening of Artist Films
Following a call for submissions featured on criticalnetwork, Another Roadside Attraction present an international survey of cutting edge and progressive film and video art.
Where: Upstairs at the Griffin, London EC1R
When: Took place Wed 12 Sep 2007, 8pm
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Art Summer University
NEW: Art Summer University
4 days of events including a a cutting-edge programme of talks, screenings and presentations with international artists, curators and theorists, and opportunities to participate in one-to-one workshops.
Where:
Tate Modern, London SE1
When:
Took place Fri 21 - Mon 24 Sep 2007
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social systems - Presented and curated by ProjectBase
social systems - Presented and curated by ProjectBase
Revealing new work by international artists and artists' collectives who use a series of processes to develop products, systems, and tools to create situations in which visitors are invited to participate or perform.
Where: Newlyn Art Gallery and The Exchange, Penzance
When: Closed Sat 16 Sep 2007
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Picture the Family
Picture the Family
An exhibition featuring photographs created by eight young people who took part in a six-day project, with photographer Andrew Fleming.
Where: OVADA Gallery, Oxford
When:
Closed Sat 8 Sep 2007
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Nick Morley presents the Amazing World of Beards
Nick Morley presents the Amazing World of Beards
An insight into the obscure and obsessive world of competitive beard-growing.
Where: Permanent Gallery Bookshop, Brighton

When: Closed Sun 9 Sep 2007
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Aug 2007
Camcorder Guerillas present Mayan Voices
Camcorder Guerillas present Mayan Voices
Evening of independent film and discussion with local film makers and activists
Where: CCA, Glasgow
When:
Took place Fri 31 Aug, doors 7.15pm
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ARTRADIO: Cornerhouse’s temporary radio station, broadcasting in FM and online
ARTRADIO: Cornerhouse’s temporary radio station, broadcasting in FM and online
Where:
Cornerhouse, Manchester
When: Broadcast daily from 8am – midnight, FM Fri 29 Jun - Wed 25 Jul 2007, online Fri 29 Jun - Sun 26 Aug 2007.
Gallery exhibitions continue until Sun 26 Aug 2007
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Goldfactory Research Space
Goldfactory Research Space
Project space seeking to present art as an ongoing process
Residency 01: Michael Bowdidge.
Where: Goldfactory Research Space, Nottingham
When: Took place throughout Aug 2007 - Inge Tonge
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In Focus - Curated by Predrag Pajdic
In Focus - Curated by Predrag Pajdic
London-wide contemporary art project relating to the Middle East, including: exhibitions, screenings, performances and interventions.
Where: Venues across London
When: Took place Spring / Summer 2007.
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The Dulwich Horror - H. P. Lovecraft and the Crisis in British Housing
The Dulwich Horror - H. P. Lovecraft and the Crisis in British Housing
An exhibition by Dean Kenning
Where: Space Station Sixty-Five, London SE22 and TO LET signs on the walls of rented accommodation across London.
When: Closed Sun 2 Sept 2007
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Keith Arnatt: I’m A Real Photographer
Keith Arnatt: I’m A Real Photographer - Curators' Talk
David Hurn, photographer and curator of the exhibition, in discussion with Programme coordinator Claire Grafik.
Where: The Photographers’ Gallery, London WC2H
When: Took place Sat 1 Sep 2007, 3pm
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Forthcoming events at [SPACE]
The Bow Older People's project: performances and screenings.
Where: St. Barnabas Community Fete, London E3
When:
Took place Sat 1 Sep 2007 12 - 7pm
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Contemporary Art Norwich 2007
Contemporary Art Norwich 2007
A multi-venue biennial featuring the work of a number of leading International artists, exhibitions, events, and off-site projects.
Where:
Venues across Norwich
When: Closed Fri 31 Aug 2007
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CUBE OPEN Exhibition 2007

CUBE OPEN Exhibition 2007 - The Urban Built Environment
With over 250 submissions in a wide range of media, the work presented offers a celebration of the metropolis whilst simultaneously revelling in a dark dystopian vision.
Where: CUBE, Manchester
When:
Closed Sat 25 Aug 2007.
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Stick*Stamp*Fly
Stick*Stamp*Fly
An exhibition of over eighty posters, exploring the format as a means to communicate an event, an opinion or a rumour. By a variety of practitioners from across the UK.
Where: Gasworks, London SE11
When: Closed Sun 26 Aug 2007
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Terrain Vague: Dysfunction, Enchantment and the Landscape
Terrain Vague: Dysfunction, Enchantment and the Landscape
A group exhibition of photographic work reflecting perspectives on unresolved and marginal spaces in contemporary landscapes, curated by Allan F. Parker.
Where: Whitecross Gallery, London EC1Y
When: Closed Sat 25 Aug 2007
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O Dreamland - A contemporary art festival featuring the subversive yet affectionate responses of over 20 artists to the seaside.
O Dreamland
A contemporary art festival featuring the subversive yet affectionate responses of over 20 artists to the seaside.
Where: 202 The Parade, & B&B Project Space, Kent

When: Closed Mon 27 Aug 2007
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I Love Peckham Shop Windows
I Love Peckham Shop Windows
An exhibition of 30 artists in 30 shop windows in Peckham
Where: Shop windows across Peckham, London SE15
When: Closed Sun 12 Aug 2007
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Metamorph - Featured artists will use the exhibition space to make work that responds directly to its environment and allows a public discourse to occur on an ad hoc basis
Metamorph - Featured artists will use the exhibition space to make work that responds directly to its environment and allows a public discourse to occur on an ad hoc basis
Where: Unit 15, Albert Dock, Liverpool
When: Closed Sun 12 Aug 2007

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Exhibition and Off-Site Project at South London Gallery and Sceaux Gardens Estate
Exhibition and Off-Site Project at South London Gallery and Sceaux Gardens Estate
What: Isa Suarez, The Human Rights Jukebox and Sarah Cole, State of Play
Where: SLG Lounge, and Sceaux Gardens Estate, Camberwell, London SE5
When: Sun 12 Aug and Fri 3 - Sat 4 Aug 2007 respectively
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Black Sea Files - Ursula Biemann
Black Sea Files - Ursula Biemann
Swiss artist, theorist and curator connects local developments to the global economy with this video installation on the politics of oil in the Caspian region. Where: Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen
When: Closed 11 Aug 2007.
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Destination: Geodecity

Destination: Geodecity
A bold step forward, Destination: Geodecity is the first Reactor project to involve participants in a two day event including an overnight stay and active participation in the design and building of an ideal 'future city'
Where: A secret rural location
When: Took place Sat 4 and Sun 5 Aug 2007.
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Chacker Chacker
Chacker Chacker
Craig Cooper, Tim Machin, Kelly Mark, Michael Stumpf
Where: Moot, Nottingham
When: Closed Sun 5 Aug 2007
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Frank Sidebottom - CHELSEA space is Ace!
Frank Sidebottom - CHELSEA space is Ace!
Drawing, animation, performance, props, music, cardboard, & a shed from his mum's garden in Timperley, Manchester
Where: CHELSEA space, London SW1
When: Closed Sat 4 Aug 2007
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juneau/projects/ - Sewn to the Sky
juneau/projects/ - Sewn to the Sky
Interactive performance and free outdoor gig
Where: The Michael Tippett Centre, Bath Spa University, Bath
When: - Interactive performance took place Sun 5 Aug 2007
- Pastoral and Unplugged Took place Mon 6 Aug 2007
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Jul 2007
Lone Twin - Town Crying
Lone Twin - Town Crying
The artists will tell different stories about, and to, local places, events and communities where people live, shop, work and spend time
Where: Various public spaces across North East England
When: Closed Sun 29 Jul 2007
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Situationist Anniversary Weekend - Lecture and participatory art event commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Situationist movement
Situationist Anniversary Weekend - Lecture and participatory art event commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Situationist movement
Where: Urbis, Manchester, and locations around city centre
When:
Lecture took place: Thu 26 Jul 2007
Crowdmapping event took place: Sat 28 and Sun 29 Jul 2007
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EXTEND YOUR NECK
EXTEND YOUR NECK
Exhibition and programme of events featuring David Blandy / Marcus Coates / HK119 / William Hunt / Mark McGowan / Guiseppe Mistretta / Alison O'Daniel / Claire Shallcross / Trouble Squad.
Where:
Cafe Gallery Projects, London SE16
When: Closed
Sun 29 Jul 2007.
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Publish and be Damned Fair 07
Publish and be Damned Fair 07
Profiling individual and experimental approaches to making and distributing the work of artists, writers and musicians outside of the commercial mainstream
Where: Rochelle School, London E2
When:
Took place Sun 29 July 2007, 2 - 7pm
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DRIVEN - An exhibition of work about the automobile by 32 artists
DRIVEN - An exhibition of work about the automobile by 32 artists
Where: Fieldgate Gallery, London E1
When: Closed Sun 29 July 2007
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THE WEASEL
THE WEASEL: Pop Music and Contemporary Art
For two weeks this Summer the SLG will be transformed into The Weasel: a music venue showcasing artists working with popular music
Where: South London Gallery, London, SE5
When: Closed Sun 29 July
Features a programme of artists' films, live performances and events
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I'm human now. You're human later - Duncan McAfee
I'm human now. You're human later - Duncan McAfee
Entering the gallery armed with only his voice, experience and the means to record/playback a collection of sounds, McAfee will struggle to produce an illusive artistic currency, the ‘idea’, by which contemporary art is valued.
Where:
i-cabin. London N5
When: Closed Sun 29 Jul 2007.
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British and European Legs Symposium and PROVOPOLIS#2
British and European Legs Symposium and PROVOPOLIS#2
Symposium featuring presentations by the participating artists and organisations, followed by an evening of performance, screenings, music, and happenings
Where: Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich
When: Took place Sat 28 Jul 2007

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PL:ay - a one day festival of adventure, anticipation and encounters
PL:ay - a one day festival of adventure, anticipation and encounters
Where: Various locations around Plymouth
When: Took place Sat 28 Jul 2007

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juneau / projects / - The Black Moss (exhibition)
juneau / projects / - The Black Moss (exhibition)
Featuring a series of interactive work stations where visitors can engage with a text-based ‘computer game’
Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea
Closed Sun 22 July 2007
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Irational.org - Tools, Techniques and Events 1996-2006
Irational.org - Tools, Techniques and Events 1996-2006
six international net and media artists making artistic-activist pieces, including hacking the city’s familiar physical surroundings
CCA, Glasgow G2
Closed Sat 21Jul 2007

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Free to Air - Open Music Archive
Free to Air - Open Music Archive
Eileen Simpson & Ben White's new project for ARTRADIO centres around an invitation for bands and musicians to perform covers, versions and interpretations of 1920s and 30s out-of-copyright folk, blues, and jazz from the Open Music Archive
On 106.5FM / www.artradio.fm and Cornerhouse, Manchester
Closed Wed 25 Jul 2007

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Fabiano Marques - discusses residency project
Fabiano Marques - discusses residency project
Resident artist Fabiano Marques discusses his residency project Temporize and permeation, a look at Fabian Thought in England with Professor David Martin
Site Gallery, Sheffield
Took place Thur 19 Jul 2007

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What Shall We Do Now? - Residencies and exhibition of recent graduates
What Shall We Do Now? - Residencies and exhibition of recent graduates
Surface Gallery is proud to present its first professional development residency programme, featuring 8 recent graduates from Lincoln, Loughborough and Sheffield Hallam University
Surface Gallery, Nottingham closed Fri 20 Jul 2007.
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Rub Me Up The Wrong Way - international performance art extravaganza

Rub Me Up The Wrong Way - international performance art extravaganza
Innovative and explosive live art event curated by Richard Dedomenici
Late Bar, Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich
Took place Fri 20 July
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E8: The Heart of Hackney
E8: The Heart of Hackney
Events, publications and exhibitions by eight artists in response to the E8 area, from the political to the psychogeographical, from quirky to beautiful and from fun to thought provoking
Transition Gallery, Hackney, London E8
Closed Sun 15 Jul 2007
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Autonomous Series - curated by Alli Beddoes
Autonomous Series - curated by Alli Beddoes
A series of events and exhibitions intended to be experienced as a research laboratory
Campbell Works, London N16
Closed Sun 15 Jul 2007
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SELF SERVICE Present Pub Conversations: Becky Shaw and Steven Eastwood 
SELF SERVICE Present Pub Conversations: Becky Shaw and Steven Eastwood 
Introducing a series of talks & discussions by an invited speaker and guest of their choosing.
Lamp Tavern, Birmingham
Took place Thu 12 July 2007

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Mercy Presents.. ¡DEMOLITION!

Mercy Presents.. ¡DEMOLITION!
A series of newly-commissioned artworks that have been specifically designed to become irreparably transformed over the course of the exhibition.

The SITE Gallery, Liverpool, Closed Sat 14 Jul 2007.
Events take place every Sat during the exhibition.
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ArtSway - New Forest Pavillion
ArtSway - New Forest Pavillion
ArtSway is celebrating its tenth anniversary with exhibitions in the New Forest and Venice, including a number of talks and events
Venice, Italy Closed Sun 1 Jul 2007
New Forest, Hampshire Closed Sun 15 Jul 2007
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SELF SERVICE Present Pub Conversations: Ryan Gander and Bedwyr Williams
Self Service Present Pub Conversations: Ryan Gander and Bedwyr Williams
Introducing a series of talks & discussions by an invited speaker and guest of their choosing
Lamp Tavern, Birmingham
Took place Thu 5 July 2007, 7.30pm

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Rights of Way - Group show

Rights of Way
Group show featuring: Marcia Farquhar, Paul Beuchat, Carl y Simon, Alexander Garcia Düttmann, Alexander Hidalgo, Niki Kyriakidou, Monika Oechsler and Simon Patterson.

Around
Cafe Gallery, Southwark Park, London SE16
Closed Sun 8 July 2007

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weTUBE - Dave Beech (Freee) Organised by Jonathan Trayner and Phill Wilson-Perkin
weTUBE - Dave Beech (Freee)
Organised by Jonathan Trayner and Phill Wilson-Perkin
Dave Beech will examine this relationship between media and culture in an explorative evening combining entertainment, distraction and revolution.
Horse Hospital, London WC1N 1HX
Took place Mon 9 Jul 2007, doors 7.30pm
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Rachel Davies - In Conversation with Lisa Le Feuvre

Rachel Davies - In Conversation with Lisa Le Feuvre / Open rehearsal of Manchester Girls Choir
Discussion of artists’ projects that create open dialogue and exchange between specific communities and the wider public
, followed by live choir rehearsal.
Cornerhouse, Manchester Took place Thu 5 July 2007, 6pm / 7.30pm

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Two events taking place in Brighton this week
Two events in Brighton
- Incredible video screening
Seven French and English artists' videos exploring imagination and the strange. Fabrica, Brighton Wed 4 Jul 2007, 6pm
- Fast Forward seminar, featuring Matt Adams from Blast Theory
Lighthouse's Digital Lounge, Brighton Thu 5 Jul 2007
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Jun 2007
POSTED 1 - International Poster Project curated by SKART
POSTED 1 - International Poster Project curated by SKART
Following an open submission featured on criticalnetwork, SKART present an international poster project presenting 12 images by 12 selected artists
12 venues across the world simultaneously
Closed Sat 30 Jun 2007, and on a project website.
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Residue - Catherine Charnock, Nicholas Hedges and Tom Milnes
The result of residencies by three emerging artists who share a fascination with the transformation of objects within the realm of our imagination.
OVADA, Oxford
Closed Wed 30 Jun 2007
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Artists Airshow 2: Art and the Impossible Dream of Flight - In Reality
Artists Airshow 2: Art and the Impossible Dream of Flight - In Reality
Using engineering and technical expertise artists from across the globe will attempt to realise dreams of flight, while retaining the risk and the fascination of impossibility.
Gunpowder Park, Essex
Took place Sat 30 Jun - Sun 1 Jul 2007
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Summer Season - Artsadmin
Summer Season - Artsadmin
A month-long season of performance, installation and film curated by Artsadmin, at the newly refurbished
Toynbee Studios, London E1
Closed Sat 30 Jun 2007

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Local Operations
Local Operations
A series of free self-organised events, talks, screenings and workshops by writers, curators, theorists, independent groups, artist-led spaces and universities.
Serpentine Gallery, London W2
Closed end Jun 2007

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Freee (Dave Beech, Andy Hewitt, Mel Jordan) - Protest is Beautiful
Freee (Dave Beech, Andy Hewitt, Mel Jordan) - Protest is Beautiful
Freee's first solo show in London profiles existing and new works that engage with contemporary political and social realities, critically addressing and using the format of public art.

1000000 mph project space, London E2

Closed Sun 1 Jul 2007

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OMSKBOOK - a testing ground for film, video, live art, sound and mayhem
OMSKBOOK - a testing ground for film, video, live art, sound and mayhem
OMSK will be launching OMSKBOOK with a free event, beginning with a Talkaoke round panel discussion involving artists, academics, critics, supporters and OMSK members.
South London Gallery, London SE5
Took place Sat 30 Jun 2007

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Ruth Ewan / Ben Young -  Ours is the World, Despite All / The House in the Middle
Ruth Ewan / Ben Young -
Ours is the World, Despite All / The House in the Middle

How do ideas of political protest and opposition become shared and popularised through words, images and other media? And how has the state, on occasion, been able to persuade citizens to act against their own interests? The Northern Gallery of Contemporary Art, Sunderland
Closed Sat 23 Jul 2007
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UPCOMING EVENTS @ [ S P A C E ] -  PAINTED DESERTS
Painted Deserts - Capturing the changing London Landscape in the run up to the 2012 Olympics.
[SPACE], London E8

Closed Sat 23 Jun 2007
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Memorial to the Iraq War
Memorial to the Iraq War
The ICA has invited 26 artists from around the world to make proposals for a memorial to the Iraq War
ICA, Mall, London SW1Y
Closed Wed 27 Jun 2007
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Camberwell Arts Festival
Camberwell Arts Festival
An extensive programme of events, workshops, talks, walks, theatre, open studios, screenings, live art and art exhibitions
Across various galleries and public spaces Camberwell, London SE5
Closed Sun 24 June 2007

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Contents May Vary - Under Maintenance
Contents May Vary - Under Maintenance
A show of 18 selected emerging and established artists who are working site-responsively in the space beneath and behind Victoria Baths
Victoria Baths, Manchester
Closed Sun 17 Jun 2007
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Navigating the Manchester Art Scene - The Doorstep Collective
A conceptual and interactive exhibition initiating investigation into Manchester’s cultural networks
Cornerhouse, Manchester
Closed Sun 17 June 2007
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Cornford and Cross - Words Are Not Enough
Cornford and Cross - Words Are Not Enough
Peace garden over nuclear bunker, and public address on art and urban regeneration

Meet in front of Southwark Town Hall, London SE5
Sat 16 Jun 2007, 2pm

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Fay Incorporated - Production Space
Fay Incorporated - Production Space
8 artists become staff of this unorthodox company, performing tasks that explore the relationships between time and labour, action and documentation, the artist and the artwork.

Toilet Gallery, Kingston-Upon-Thames until Thu 14 Jun 2007
Private View: Thu 14 Jun, 6 - 9pm

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Adaptation - Redesigning the Everyday
A group of international artists have made work about and in reaction to design in daily life, ranging from subtle alternations of street furniture and other interventions in public space to creative uses of waste.
Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen, until Tue 12 June 2007.
Associated Events:
Marjolijn Dijkman, 'Theatrum orbis Terrarum',
Tue 12 June 6 - 8pm
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DOUBLE ACTS - Group Exhibition
DOUBLE ACTS - Exhibition featuring: Ayling and Conroy / Karin Kihlberg and Reuben Henry / The Library of Unwritten Books / The Owl Project / Jonathan Gilhooly and Stig Evans / Semiconductor
Phoenix Arts, Brighton
Closed Sat 9 Jun 2007
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Action Hero - Live Art Discussion Event
Action Hero - Live Art Discussion Event
Bristol-based duo Action Hero conduct an open laboratory investigating issues around collaboration and contribution, trust, responsibility, risk and authorship. Arnolfini, Bristol
Took place Tue 5 Jun 2007
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Rational Rec - OuLiPo Night
Rational Rec - OuLiPo Night
Inter-art social occasion, incorporating sound, music, text, performance, film and psychological experiments.
Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, London E2
Took place Tue 5 Jun 2007

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Rachel Gomme and John Levack Drever - audience : hearing
Rachel Gomme and John Levack Drever - audience : hearing
Following 100 ten-minute ‘interviews’ in which contributors were invited to remain silent with the interviewer, audience : hearing offers the visitor an opportunity to add their own, living silence to this gathering.
Colchester Arts Centre, Colchester
Took place Thu 7 - Sat 9 Jun 2007
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David Goldenberg - The Space of Post-Autonomy
David Goldenberg - The Space of Post-Autonomy
One-day event including a lecture/performance, video screening, slide show and on-line debate, exploring the nature of autonomous images, politics and globalisation, and developing a new model of art

Serpentine Gallery, London W2
Took place Wed 6 Jun 2007

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Implicasphere: Peeling Onions
Implicasphere: Peeling Onions
A special talk/event with Gerry Gilmore, the first person to weigh the Milky Way, literary scholar Alexandra Neel and socialist magician Ian Saville, offering specialist insights on the theme of onions in cosmology, literature and magic.

The Photographers’ Gallery, London WC2H

Took place Mon 11 Jun 2007, 7pm
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Anna Best - The Sticky Silver Track
Anna Best - The Sticky Silver Track
A weekend of events introducing incoherency and elements of the absurd into this carefully controlled environment of the
Barbican Centre, London
EC2Y

Took place Sat 2 - Sun 3 Jun 2007.

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Russell Herron's 69 Magazines (Martine McCutcheon)
Russell Herron's 69 Magazines (Martine McCutcheon)
The fourth part of Russell Herron's epic five part work, A Short History of Looking and Being Looked At (2004 – 2008)
Rhythm Factory, London E1

Closed Fri 1 Jun 2007
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May 2007
Harker Herald @ Waygood - new billboard artwork by Michael Mulvihill
Harker Herald @ Waygood - billboard artwork by Michael Mulvihill
Harker Herald shows an artwork by a different artist each month on a billboard outside the Waygood Gallery & Studio’s temporary home.
Newcastle
Throughout May 2007
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SLASH FICTION - various artists
SLASH FICTION - various artists, curated by Mia Jankowicz and Nav Haq
An exhibition and a series of talks and events which explores the critically reflexive ways in which artists utilise mainstream cultural and social structures. Gasworks, London SE11. Continues until Sun 27 May 2007
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Paul Rooney - Lucy over Lancashire
Paul Rooney - Lucy over Lancashire
"Industrial strength post-punk dub, with a demonically possessed, but cheerful, single voice Lancastrian monologue..." Limited edition artwork to be broadcast over Lancashire radio and released on red vinyl in early May.

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Live Art But Were Afraid to Ask 2007
Everything You Wanted to Know About Live Art But Were Afraid to Ask 2007 - The Live Art Development Agency
A day of information and advice about Live Art aimed at recent graduates, emergent artists, and anybody who is interested in finding out more about Live Art . Birmingham REP, Birmingham, Thu 31 May 2007 10.30am - 6pm,
followed by free New Work Network cocktail evening
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Another Roadside Attraction - An Evening of Artists' Films
Another Roadside Attraction - An Evening of Artists' Films
Following an open submission featured on criticalnetwork, Another Roadside Attraction present an international survey of cutting edge and progressive film and video art.
Griffin Pub, London EC1R, Wed 30 May 2007, 8pm
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Flux-on A United Front  - A weekend of performances by Alison Knowles and Alan Bowman
Flux-on A United Front
A weekend of performances by Alison Knowles and Alan Bowman
Waygood’s Little Jewel Cinema & High Bridge, and Star & Shadow Cinema, Newcastle
Weekend of Events
Closed Sun 21 May 2007
Peephole Cinema Closed Wed 30 May 2007

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Situation Leeds - Over 70 artists in over 60 sites across Leeds
Independent contemporary visual art festival, bringing together artists and arts organisations to explore art in public places through installations, events, debates, video and publications.
Closed Sun 27 May 2007
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ON TRUST - Exhibition, open floor discussion with Richard Wentworth and accompanying publication
ON TRUST
Exhibition, open floor discussion with Richard Wentworth and accompanying publication
. ON TRUST blurs traditional boundaries between gallery, curator and artist.
Campbell Works, London N16
Closed Sun 27 May 2007.

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Rules and Regs
Rules and Regs
Live Art Event
Four artists challenge South Hill Park to find new ways to use its grand building and grounds to support the creation of new work.
South Hill Park, Berkshire
Took place on Fri 25 May & Sat 26 May
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Did Hans Namuth kill Jackson Pollock?: The Problem of Documenting the Creative Process
Did Hans Namuth kill Jackson Pollock?: The Problem of Documenting the Creative Process - Symposium took place Sat 28 Apr 2007
Associated Exhibition: Inspiration to Order
Wimbledon College of Art Gallery, London SW19
Took place Fri 25 May 2007
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The Vacuum Cleaner - The Ark
The Vacuum Cleaner - The Ark
Artist/activist The Vacuum Cleaner will erect a magnificent Ark out of cardboard on the Castlegate, Aberdeen, as a mass flooding solution. Members of the local community are invited to help him save the animals.
Closed Thu 24 May
2007.
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THE ART OF PROTEST - various artists and events
THE ART OF PROTEST - various artists and events
An exhibition, series of participatory live events, workshops, debates and a radio broadcast based around the history and forms of May Day, bringing together a group of politically active artists who examine contemporary forms of artistic and cultural protest.
Pump House Gallery, London SW11
Closed Mon 28 May 2007
Associated Events:
Richard Dedomenici, Salon or Seminar, Took place Thu 17 May, Did Priya Pathak Ever Get her Wallet Back? Took place Thu 24 May
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Institute of Ideas: 2 Forthcoming Events
Institute of Ideas: Slaves to the Past
Are museums and heritage organisations neglecting their responsibility to document the past objectively, by engaging in 'the politics of apology'?
Tate Britain, London SW1P
Took place Mon 21 May 2007

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Situation Leeds - What is the canvas?
Situation Leeds - What is the canvas?
A day-long symposium of talks and discussion, interrogating the differences between open submission festivals such as Situation Leeds 07 and curated events
Leeds College of Art and Design

Took place Fri 18 May 2007, 11am - 5pm
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allsopp&weir- SOME TIME REPEATING AN EMBARRASSED WORD
allsopp&weir- SOME TIME REPEATING AN EMBARRASSED WORD
From the ruins of language, the artists present inadequate means: fragments, allusions and strivings, which are impelled to absurd speeds and thresholds through a logic of repetitive cruelty.
Studio 1.1 Gallery
, London E2
Closed 16 May 2007 12 - 6pm
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GEST : FUTURE CRITICSM
GEST: FUTURE CRITICISM - Exhibition
An exhibition and publishing project that brings together philosophers, artists and critics to discuss new approaches to art writing.
Stanley Picker Gallery, Kingston upon Thames
Closed Tue 15 May 2007
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Midwest - Know Your Place

MIDWEST - Know Your Place
Series of events seeking to examine the potential for artist-led policy intervention
22
Green St, Birmingham
Took place on Mon 14 and Tue 15 May
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LOCWS 3: Art across the city
LOCWS 3: Art Across the City- Group Show
Site-responsive artworks across nine sites

Various locations across the central and maritime districts of Swansea
Closed Sun 13 May 2007
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Futures Workshop / The Futures of Critical Practice
Futures Workshop / The Futures of Critical Practice -
Hosted by Manuela Zechner / Cinzia Cremona
Personal hopes, ideas and plans for futures, desirable futures and what they might look like socially, globally and personally
Waltham Forest Theatre
, London E17
Took place Fri 11 May and Sun 13 May
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Thinking Through Practice - Architecture, Theory, Politics
Thinking Through Practice - Architecture, Theory, Politics
Architect and director of the Centre for Research Architecture at Goldsmiths College, Eyal Weizman will discuss issues arising out of his forthcoming publication Hollow Land: Israels Architecture of Occupation.
Red Room, Chelsea School of Art and Design, London SW1P
Took place on Sat 12 May
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Waygood - Little Jewel Cinema
Waygood Gallery and Studios, Little Jewel Cinema
Newcastle
Closed Sat 12 May 2007
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Regulations for irrational procedures - David Sherry
A sequence of U-turns, reversed statements, points of collapse, levitations, insubordinate actions, leaps onto nothing and a series of snooks cocked at the perception of reality.
Motherstankstation, Dublin 8
Closed Sat 12 May 2007
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Support Structure - Phase Six: Eastside Birmingham
An evolving collaborative project between architect Celine Condorelli and artist-curator Gavin Wade. Continues at various sites.
Eastside, Birmingham
Closed Fri 11 May 2007.
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Corali Dance Company / Gary Stevens -  Easy Listening / A Chain of Events Called Bob
Corali Dance Company / Gary Stevens -
Easy Listening / A Chain of Events Called Bob

Double Bill of Performances, Discussion and Networking Event, curated by a professional performance group made up of adults with learning disabilities. Dilston Grove , London SE16
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Inbetween Spaces (billboard artwork)
INBETWEEN SPACES (billboard artwork)
Joe Devlin, John Goodwin, Pam Holmes, Ines Rae, Suzanne Smith.
Coinciding with the Look ’07 city-wide photography festival, this exhibition explores the idea of the advertising billboard as a potential conduit for alternative artistic communication.
Various locations across Manchester Closed Mon 7 May 2007
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The Art of Protest: May Day Festival And Procession
The Art of Protest: May Day Festival And Procession
Free artist-led workshops, activities and live entertainment, followed by a mass procession around Battersea Park.
Pump House Gallery, London SW11 Closed Mon 7 May 2007 2 - 6pm
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Paul Seawright: Invisible Cities
Paul Seawright: Invisible Cities
Invisible Cities was conceived as an attempt to add another, less prescriptive, layer to the pictorial mix of the photographic representation of Africa in a Western context
Ffotogallery, Penarth Closed Sun 6 May 2007
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Apr 2007
The re-enactment of the Conception of Prince William by Mark McGowan
The Guy Hilton Gallery presents:
The Re-enactment of the Conception of Prince William by Mark McGowan
Event / performance
Brick Lane Gallery, London, E1 Took place Sat 28 Apr 2007
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Harker Herald billboard artwork by Topsy Grewlike
Harker Herald billboard artwork by Topsy Grewlike
Newcastle upon Tyne
Apr 2007, artwork changes monthly

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Re- Site Gallery
RE - Johanna Billing, Omer Fast, Felix Gmelin, Clemens von Wedemeyer
An exhibition of works and series of film screenings that explore the re-presentation of historical and filmic events and in some cases the conflation of the two
Site Gallery, Sheffield
Closed Thu 28 Apr 2007
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MOBILE CINEMA - No Fixed Abode
MOBILE CINEMA - No Fixed Abode
A project developed in response to cultural strategies adopted by local authorities.
Various locations across
Sheffield Fri 27 April 2007
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ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE - The Watching Game
ACCIDENTAL COLLECTIVE - The Watching Game
One day, durational event taking place in a variety of shop windows and cafes; dealing with issues around watching and being watched, the public and the private.
Various locations across Canterbury city centre Sat 28 Apr 2007
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REUNION - Four day exhibition and series of talks
REUNION - Four day exhibition and series of talks
An opportunity for debate about what it means to be 'politically engaged'.
Including: Nemanja Cvijanovic, Nada Prlja, Sophie Hope
Austrian Cultural Forum London SW7 & Northgate House London EC2A
Closed Mon 23 Apr 2007
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Cornford and Cross -  Where Is The Work?
Cornford and Cross - Where is the Work?
The culmination of the artists' architectural and sculptural interventions in the public realm. At
aspex, Portsmouth, closed Sun 22 Apr 2007.
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HOST - a collaboratively curated group exhibition
HOST - a collaboratively curated group exhibition aiming to explore and contest traditional relationships between gallery and artist, artist and audience
BLOC, Sheffield Closed Sun 22 Apr 2007
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THE ART OF PROTEST
BABE - Bristol Artists Book Event and exhibition
More than 50 artist bookmakers, dealers and small presses from Bristol and around the world will come together to show and sell their work.
Took place Sat 21 Apr and Sun 22 Apr 2007 Arnolfini, Bristol

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The Critical Topology Of Landscape: Visual Art And The Politics Of Space Conference
THE CRITICAL TOPOLOGY OF LANDSCAPE: Visual Art And The Politics Of Space Conference
The School of Art and Design at Bath Spa University, Bath
Took place Fri 20 Apr 2007

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Seamus Nolan - Hotel Ballymun
Seamus Nolan - Hotel Ballymun
Nolan is working collaboratively towards the conversion of former flats into short-stay hotel rooms. Hotel Ballymun will feature an eclectic programme of art, music, seminars and social events, curated by the artist.
Dublin
Closed Wed 18 Apr 2007
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THE EVENT -A Festival of Birmingham Artist-Run Organisations
THE EVENT - A Festival of Artist Run Activities in Permanent
and Temporary Spaces throughout Central Birmingham

a.a.s., Capital Art Projects, Colony, [insertspace], International Project Space, Modulate, Periscope, 7inch Cinema, Spectacle, Springhill Institute
Closed Sun 15 Apr 2007
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Aernout Mik
Aernout Mik
The shifting distribution of power and patterns of human behaviour are played out in four new absorbing and unsettling video installations.
Camden Arts Centre, London NW3
Closed 15 Apr 2007
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Pil and Galia Kollectiv
Asparagus - Exhibition and horticultural Ballet, by Pil and Galia Kollectiv in collaboration with the Montreal-based band Les Georges Leningrad
The ballet took place Tue 6 Mar 2007
Associated exhibition: The Showroom, London, E2 9JS
Closed Sun 15 Apr 2007
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It's Just Bread - performances at Alma Enterprises
It's Just Bread - Programme of Performances by artists including Brian Catling, Noble and Silver’s Kim Noble, Hayley Newman and Michael Curran, allsopp&weir, Gayle Chong Kwan, and Thomas Altheimer
Alma Enterprises, London E2
Closed Sun 15 Apr 2007
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Free Lunch - Jon Burgerman
Free Lunch - Jon Burgerman
Exploring the notion of getting something for nothing
Analogue Books, Edinburgh
Closed Sat 14 Apr 2007
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STORE - On the Future of the Art School
On the Future of the Art School - Mai Abu ElDahab, Dexter Sinister, Chris Evans, Ryan Gander and Will Holder
STORE, London N1
Closed Sat 14 Apr 2007
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The SPILL Symposium, part of SPILL Festival
The SPILL Symposium, part of SPILL Festival
Two day Symposium setting out to consider different ways of working with the production, presentation, distribution and discussion of contemporary theatre and performance practices, and propose new models for a more sustainable
future Soho Theatre, London W1D Took place Thu 12 and Fri 13 Apr 2007

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Pub Conversations - Leo Fitzmaurice & S Mark Gubb
Pub Conversations - Leo Fitzmaurice & S Mark Gubb
A series of talks & discussions by an invited speaker and guest of their choosing
Lamp Tavern, Birmingham
Took place Thu 12 April 2007
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Bad Beuys Entertainment - Spectrum City Was The Name
Bad Beuys Entertainment - Spectrum City Was The Name
The Parisian collective present a series of constructed scale models in an ironic sentiment on the Society of the Spectacle
Catalyst Arts, Belfast
Closed Sat 7 Apr 2007

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Paul Harfleet - The Pansy Project - London Lesbain and Gay Film Festival
The Pansy Project - Paul Harfleet
An intervention of 3000 pansies along the Southbank, Central London marks the arrival of the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival and acts as a memorial at sites of violent homophobic abuse
Closed Wed 4 Apr 2007
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Black Audio Film Collective
Black Audio Film Collective Retrospective curated by The Otolith Group
FACT Liverpool
Closed Sun 1 Apr 2007
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Recording Iraq - Ken Stanton Archive
Recording Iraq - Ken Stanton Archive
Independent film producer Michael Burke purchased satellite time from Reuters and made an open request for video recordings made on the ground of the war in Iraq. KSA have followed the development of this archive for three years. Arnolfini, Bristol
Closed Sun 1 Apr 2007
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The Dream of Putrefaction
The Dream of Putrefaction, Group show including: Michelangelo Antonioni / Jennifer Allen / Amanda Beech / Luke Caulfield / Sean Dawson / Kirsten Glass / Dereck Harris / Marcus Harvey / Anton Henning / Josie McCoy / Marilyn Minter / Jos Richardson / Gavin Tremlett / William Tuck, curated by Dereck Harris. Fieldgate Gallery, London E1 1ES
Closed Sun 1 Apr 2007
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62,500metres - victoria Baths, Manchester
62,500metres - Group exhibition
Large-scale sculptural work, sound and video installation made in response to the space of the Victoria Baths, Manchester, the final exhibition in this space before restoration begins
Closed Sun 1 Apr 2007

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Mar 2007
Parade 2: Out of Place
Parade 2: Out of Place - Group exhibition
The second in the Parade trilogy of exhibitions
Curated by Mary Doyle
Angel Row Gallery, Nottingham
Closed Sat 31 Mar 2007
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Nick Crowe Commemorative Glass
Nick Crowe, Commemorative Glass exhibition
Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA), Glasgow
Part eulogy, part investigative act, the work explores how we remember by manipulating images both personal and public
Closed Sat 31 Mar 2007
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...and the time is now
Denise Bryan and Adrian Wilkins: ...and the time is now
Exhibition exploring issues of colonialism, communism, and travel
The Oriental Museum, Durham
Closed Sun 25 Mar 2007
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NAN Roadshow West Midlands: Ecosystem
NAN Roadshow West Midlands: Ecosystem
Organised by Matt-Roberts Arts and a-n Magazine
Curators, artists, art market experts and groups from across Britain join in the debate about development and sustainability of the arts market in the West Midlands region

Staffordshire University Activity Space, Stoke-on-Trent
Took place Sat 24 Mar 2007
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Air Video: The World Around You
AirVideo: The World Around You
A series of artists’ film and video events co-curated by Matt Roberts and Yu-Chen Wang
Airspace, Stoke-On-Trent
Took place Fri 23 and Sat 24 Mar 2007

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Self Service Pub Conversations: JJ Charlesworth and Josie Appleton
Self Service Present Pub Conversations: JJ Charlesworth
and Josie Appleton

Next in the series of talks & discussions by an invited speaker and guest of their choosing
The Lamp Tavern, Birmingham
Took place Thur 22 Mar 2007
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Ariston
Ariston, Group Exhibition
Curated by artist Candice Jacobs, Ariston explores her love/hate relationship with the man made environment.
Warren Bar, Birmingham
Closed Sun 18 Mar 2007
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Art Gene
Art and the Built Environment Symposium
What happens when creative thinkers become part of the process in the early stages of planning urban spaces? How do collaborations between planners, architects, communities and artists work best to generate shared sense of space? Panel: Sans Façon, Charles Quick and Alastair Snow
Art Gene, Barrow-in-Furness
Took place Fri 16 Mar 2007, 2 - 5pm
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S1 / Salon
S1 / Salon, artists film and video screenings
The S1 / salon concludes its programme of artist film & video screenings for 2007 with ‘Supervillains’
S1 Artspace, Sheffield
Final Salon of 2007 took place Thu 15 Mar 2007
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over a barrel.info
over a barrel.info - Launch and Discussion of Variant's Special Issue on Oil
Variant / Peacock Visual Arts
Aberdeen Trades Council, Aberdeen
Took place Thu 15 Mar 2007, 7pm
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Lost and Found
Lost and Found: Reclaim your lost property
A temporary archive of miscellaneous possessions amassed by Katherine Longman and Charlotte Morgan during a widespread search through the city
End Gallery, Sheffield
Closed Sun 11 Mar 2007
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Mount Purgatory - Maeve Rendle
Mount Purgatory - Maeve Rendle
Apartment,
Manchester
Closed Sun 11 Mar 2007
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RIB
The Radical Independent Bookfair Project - Part of the No Borders Gathering
...a temporary library, a videotheque, a meeting point for distribution, discussion and ideas...
Kinning Park Complex, Glasgow
Took place Sat 10 Mar and Sun 11 Mar 2007
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paranoia
PARANOIA Curated by Predrag Pajdic
…the proximity of art and life against the backdrop of contemporary politics exploring issues of distrust, suspicion, delusion, fear and terror.
The Freud Museum, London NW3
Closed Sun 11 Mar 2007
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Sean Snyder
Sean Snyder
A series of experiments that analyse the implicit visual and technological vocabulary of image making and its dissemination, exposing techniques of overt montage and propaganda
Lisson Gallery, London NW1
Closed Sat 10 Mar 2007
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Karin Kihlberg and Reuben Henry
Karin Kihlberg and Reuben Henry exhibition
VIVID, Birmingham
Closed Sat 3 Mar 2007
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Skart
Skart / Reunion Projects: Launch
Launch event of Skart's New Embroideries project
SPACE, Hackney, London
Took place Sat 3 Mar 2007
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Situations
Situations - International Project Reunion: 9th Istanbul Biennial
Bringing key participants from the recent international exhibition back together to reflect on the project from conception to final outcome.
Arnolfini, Bristol
Took place Sat 3 Mar 2007
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DOT Investigates
DOT investigates, The Case Of the Missing Pageant (discussion)
With artists: Monica Fernandez and Mark Goodwin
Speaker: Dr Franco Bianchini
De Montfort University, Leicester
Took place Fri 2 Mar 2007
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Kerstin Gottschalk
Kerstin Gottschalk "white wash", exhibition
twenty+3 projects, Manchester
Closed Fri 2 Mar 2007
Using paint, cardboard, stickers and printers' waste paper, her work takes ordinary exhibition spaces and destabilises them
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Feb 2007
Waygood
Waygood Gallery and Studios: Public art projects / events,
Newcastle
Harker Herald billboard artwork: Paul Moss & Cecilia Stenbom
Changes monthly throughout 2007
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Skart
Tune in to Resonance 104.4FM in London or listen on-line at resonancefm.com at 7pm to hear Nada Prjla, SKART and Sophie Hope discuss the musical trend of Turbo Folk in the Balkans; Nada's recent Turbo-Folk competition held in Skopje and new wave and post-revolutionary renditions by Horkeskart, a choir initiated by Skart in 2000.
Took place Mon 26 Feb 2007
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100 Ideas, An evening of off-the-wall artists' lectures, including: Marcus Coates, Doug Fishbone, Simon Faithfull, Ian Saville and Becky Shaw.
Performances by: Karin Kihlberg & Reuben Henry, and Bedwyr Williams Hayward Gallery, London SE1 8XX
Took place Thu 22 Feb 2007
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WebsterGotts
WebsterGotts: Bloc Inn
Drinking-inspired installation
Blocspace, Sheffield
Closed Sun 18 Feb 2007
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Stand Assembly
Stand Assembly: The Vandals Stole the Handles
Exhibition by members of the Nottingham-based artist collective at 11 Wolstenholme Square, Liverpool
Closed Sun 11 Feb 2007
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