no.w.here-3 events: Lis Rhodes/ Lucy Reynolds / Ben Gwilliam and Rob Gawthrop

[1] Lis Rhodes: In the Kettle: October 19th: Venue: no.w.here: 3rd Floor. £5 /£3 students and no.w.here members.7pm.
Ahead of a major exhibition of her work: Dissonance and Disturbance (ICA Jan 2012), Lis Rhodes presents In the Kettle (2010) and work in progress Whitehall (2011) alongside Hang on a Minute/ No.8 Bus (1983) made in collaboration with artist Jo Davis. This screening is part of a series of works celebrating no.w.here[APOS]s new publication of artist writings in Sequence (2) and is a dialogue that will extend to the event on October 20th: Silo Walk.

[2] Lucy Reynolds: Silo Walk, October 20th: Venue: no.w.here. 3rd Floor. £5 /£3 students and no.w.here members. 7pm.
Following on from the event on the 19th October, writer, artist and independent film programmer Lucy Reynolds will present her film Silo Walk alongside No 8 Bus (1983) by Lis Rhodes and Jo Davis. This will be followed by an open discussion on the thematics of suppressed hi stories of conflict and questions of property.

[3]OXIDE (II)+(III) Ben Gwilliam with Rob Gawthrop: October 26th, Venue: no.w.here: 3rd Floor. 7pm. FREE
Sound and Music in collaboration with no.w.here present: OXIDE (II)+(III). A new film work by artist in residence Ben Gwilliam with two film & video works by Rob Gawthrop plus a collaborative performance. Followed by in conversation and Free bar

[4] no.w.here Open Meeting No. 3, Wednesday 2nd November, 7 - 9pm, Held at no.w.here, 3rd floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, E2 0AG, FREE
no.w.here[APOS]s third meeting is framed around the values and questions associated to membership. It is our belief that no.w.here should further its commitment to its grassroots, collective work. This is a question around the values of belonging, expectations, needs, desires and risks involved with shaping and constituting the terms and conditions of being an active member of no.w.here. Our ambition is to constitute projects that create a community. A process that does not come with preconceived rhetoric of what a community is, but one which can be sustainable.

Further details on all no.w.here[APOS]s events can be found at:
http://www.no-w-here.org.uk/index.php?cat=1&subcat=main

[5] Great artist studios available to let on Bethnal Green Road E2

Studios to let / share at no.w.here studios on Bethnal Green Road. AVAILABLE NOW. 4m x 4m, £400 a month, all bills and internet included. The studio would suit a creative person from either art, design or film and video related practices. The studio is in a superb location half way between Brick Lane and Bethnal Green Tube station in E2 next door to no.w.here and the famous Pelliccis cafe. In this three story converted house there are four studios and one residency space for international artists. The studio available is at the front on the first floor, and the studio to share with one oth er artist is at the back on the second floor.

For more information please see:
http://www.no-w-here.org.uk/index.php?cat=8&subcat=main

 

 

13/10/2011