Flyte London presents a trail of secret caches revealing human intervention through paintings and construction by the riverside.
Lectures from a Silent World is the ultimate night out for anyone fascinated by the underwater world. Join three of the UK underwater scene’s most inspirational speakers in a night of exploration, encounter and adventure in to a beautiful world below. As well as the lectures there will be a lively bar where guests can enjoy their drinks to chilled out sounds brought to them by a fantastic DJ.
’Exploring the Invisible’ Exhibition A unique blend of art and science revealing the hidden machinations of the natural world. First Weekends at Trinity Buoy Wharf are delighted to present this fasinating show by Dr. Simon Park – Senior Lecturer in Molecular Biology.
The Sorrows of Laughing Anne
12 April 2012
Location: The Electrician’s Shop Basement.
Private View: Thursday 12th April, 6pm to 9pm
General Exhibition: 13th to 15th April, 12pm to 4pm.
Titled after a character from the 70‘s comic Mandy, this multi–media exhibition features work which responds to contained situations of ambivalence and uncertainty, feeding off the resulting spillage. As the eponymous Anne helplessly tries to control her hideous laugh by suppressing her real feelings, so the artists’ creations play, suffer and disrupt the Basement’s white space and it’s dissimilar twin subterranean workshop.
Questioning the functionality of materials and playing with observations on theeveryday, Penni Pierce finds familiar and commonplace noises which re–appear in unexpected ways in her site–specific sculptural sound installations.
Frances Williams examines the spaces between and around performance, installation, moving image and narrative. The thin line between order and chaos is graphically demonstrated in her work, as witnessed by personal breakdown in the multi–media installation portraits of Mavis Passmore.
Tony Foster addresses issues of personal relationships, emotional attachment and connections with representational performance through film. Drawing from participants’ dynamic in the expression and suppression of emotion, he explores the tensions of relationship ‘events’.