2016_Exhibition_Archives

7-10 October 2016

Seeing the Outside In: Shopping Centres and Spectacle

Panizza Allmark is an Australian photographer and the Associate Dean of Arts and Humanities at Edith Cowan University, Perth, Western Australia.

The photographic collection taken in shopping centres across the world, from Buenos Aries to Budapest, considers the styles and sights that are designed to seduce consumers. The photographs depict appealing imagery that provides both solace and spectatorial appeal for the visitor.

The photographic work contains a surrealist focus on space, doubling, reflections and dream-like scenes. It conveys the intimacy of my gaze.

In the doubling of images I am drawing attention to the recurring elements of late capitalism on a global scale.

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8 - 9 September 2016

Coolitude_Venue_Edinburgh University

Indentured Lives: Rethinking the Experience of Indian Overseas Labour Migration, 1800 - 1920.
A two day conference and acompanying Coolitude exhibition by Danny Flynn with photographs by Hermann Rodriguez.
In conjunction with ‘Becoming Coolies’, an AHRC-funded project at the Universities of Edinburgh and Leeds.

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12 - 14 August 2016

NOT DEAD

The Last Chanteuse – who grew up with punk in Paris, came to the UK, released a revolutionary Europe album of torch songs, and created some of the most exciting soirées in London in the 80s – seemed to have vanished from the public eye.

Coming back from LA, where she spent most of the 90s working on a visual and musical concept with the likes of Donald Cammell (Performance), Anne returned to London and unleashed her bag of new found ammunitions.

From experimental amérotic poetry fulled soirées (âme means soul in French) to exhibitions such as her influential and infamous self portrait polaroids ‘Amérotica’at the prestigious Michael Hoppen Gallery, as well as painting shows with the Aquarium gallery (home of Jimmy Cauty and Jamie Reid).

In the last couple of years Anne has been active in terms of her involvement with the slow demolition of Soho, participating in demo protestations and films, lecturing and explaining how Soho was built with the knowledge of the Huguenots immigrants and organizing multiple events with Soho related performers.

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IPA craft beer served courtesy of our friends at the People's Park Tavern and brewery.
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26 - 2 April 2016

Juxtapositions

Acompanying conference exhibition of screen-prints at Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi, India.
In conjunction with ‘Becoming Coolies’, an AHRC-funded project at the Universities of Edinburgh and Leeds.

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25 June 2016 - 6pm - 9pm

G511ERY_Open public viewing   

Coolitude exhibition by Andil Gosine, Sarojini Lewis, Danny Flynn.


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27 - 28 June 2016

Venue_University of Leeds

After Slavery? Labour and Migration in the Post-Emancipation World conference and acompanying Coolitude exhibition by Andil Gosine, Sarojini Lewis, Danny Flynn.

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