weTUBE - Dave Beech (Freee)
Organised by Jonathan Trayner and Phill Wilson-Perkin

The democracy of images and the ubiquity and saturation of DIY internet frameworks such as youtube, myspace, google video and the like.  Why do we do it (both as posters and viewers), is this creative anarchy (in the positive sense) and the long promised internet democracy or yet another way of keeping the masses stupid and self absorbed?   Dave Beech of Freee will examine this relationship between media and culture in an explorative evening combining entertainment, distraction and revolution.

Dave Beech was born Warrington, 1965, England and studied at Leicester Polytechnic and Royal College of Art.  He teaches Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and is a regular contributor to Art Monthly and co-editor of The Internationaler magazine.

Freee is a new art collective bringing together the practices of Dave Beech, Andy Hewitt and Mel Jordan. See FREEE exhibition at 1000000mph Project Space.

This event is organised by Jonathan Trayner and Phill Wilson-Perkin. Contact
jon@trayner.org or 07944 695916 for more details.


Who:
Dave Beech
What: weTUBE
Where: Horse Hospital, Colonnade, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 1HX. (Russell Sq Tube)
When: Mon 9 Jul 2007, doors 7.30pm, admission free
Further Information:
FREEE website
Jon Trayner's website
Contact: jon@trayner.org or 07944 695916