Events and Exhibitions

On the Bride's Side: subverting migration discourse in Europe
A documentary and a political act, a real and fantastic story, On the Bride’s Side challenges our perception of migration, asylum seekers, and borders, transforming masses into people and numbers into names.
Where: King's College London | Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, London
When: 15 Oct 2015 - 15 Oct 2015
Open Art Spaces
More than 170 artists and designers showing work in 50unique spaces from homes, to street corners to Barclays Bank for pop-up art exhibitions and events.
Where: Various locations across Kensington, Chelsea & Fulham, London
When: 09 Oct 2015 - 18 Oct 2015
The Art Data Money Lab
Join people of all backgrounds - artists, activists, researchers, data and finance specialists, for labs at Furtherfield Commons.
Where: Furtherfield Commons, London
When: 17 Oct 2015 - 22 Nov 2015
The Human Face of Cryptoeconomies
Launching Furtherfield's Art Data Money programme this exhibition steps beyond the dry, incomprehensible analysis of finance structures and data control to present artworks that reveal how we might produce, exchange and value things differently together in the age of the blockchain.
Where: Furtherfield Gallery, London
When: 17 Oct 2015 - 22 Nov 2015
Crossing Borders talk series 2015
Independent Dance presents their October line up for the Crossing Borders talk series 2015. Including The Rebel Man Standard, Scott deLaHunta and Andrea Zimmerman.
Where: Siobhan Davies Studios, London
When: 06 Oct 2015 - 20 Oct 2015
Ghost in the Machine Music
Inspired by Lee Scratch Perry's characterisation of dub as a 'ghostin me coming out', five sound artists work to engage the peculiar spirits already lurking within familiar technologies. From immersive layered drones to complex and propulsive polyrhythms,Ghostin the Machine Music is equal parts temporary installation, dance party – and ritual invocation.
Where: New River Studios, London
When: 01 Oct 2015 - 01 Oct 2015
Doing Nothing Is Not An Option by Michael McMillan
A commemorative exhibition marking twenty years since Nigerian writer and activist Ken Saro-Wiwa was executed, alongside eight colleagues, for crimes he did not commit.
Where: Peckham Platform, London
When: 17 Sep 2015 - 22 Nov 2015

Inventive Factory with Yinka Shonibare MBE
The Novium Museum becomes a 24 Hour Inventive Factory, where culture and creativity combine in a spectacular one-off participatory event. A mini festival of music, art, performance and dance produced for the national Museums at Night festival.    
Where: The Novium museum, Chichester
When: 30 Oct 2015 - 31 Oct 2015
step in stone
Multi-disciplinary art event in 3 Mendip quarries and 3 indoor venues by leading local and international artists. Additional public engagement elements include workshops, talks and walks. Held in 3 phases from July-October 2015.
Where: Various, Somerset
When: 08 Jul 2015 - 18 Oct 2015

Rachel Maclean 'Feed Me' as part of the British Art Show 8
An audacious, provocative exploration of the commercialisation (and sexualisation) of childhood, and a corresponding infantilism in adult behaviour.
Where: Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds
When: 08 Oct 2015 - 10 Jan 2016
Notes From Technotopia
Group show exploring the ways in which we think or dream about the future through past and present trends in technological development, including work by Mika Taanila, Rudiment, The Frozen Music Collective, Giles Bailey, Shona Macnaughton, The Free Association, Moon Kyungwon and Jeon Joonho, Martin Smith and Raquel Meyers.
Where: Gallery II, Bradford
When: 16 Oct 2015 - 10 Dec 2015
Landed (Freeman's Wood)
An exploration of land-ownership and its significance for people and places, centred on a plot of land on the edge of Lancaster known as Freeman's Wood, where the interests of the local community have collided with those of global capital.
Where: Freeman's Wood Lancaster and online,
When: 01 May 2015 - 31 Dec 2015

Exhibition: Ravi Deepres, 'The Gain Line'
A moving-image installation drawing on the new technologies, histories, and physical and psychological forces at play in the game of rugby, being shown at multiple venues to coincide with the Rugby World Cup.
Where: Multiple venues, Rugby, Bath and Leicester
When: 12 Sep 2015 - 09 Jan 2016
The Bridge
The Bridge project uses live-streaming media art software to allows artists to create their work on the facades of places they have been dispossessed from and cannot physically return to due to the military occupation of Palestine.
Where: Palestine
When: 01 May 2015 - 31 Dec 2015
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