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Monday, 25th Nov 2013
The newly reopened Tate Britain has teamed up with Warp Records for a free evening of performances and installations, inspired by former Turner Prize winner Jeremy Deller. Focusing on the artist's 'History of the World' piece, which shows a diagram of Acid House's relationship with brass bands, the evening will feature live performances by Jeremy Deller's Acid Brass collective and Warp Records' patten.
Jeremy Deller, The History of the World, 1998. © Jeremy Deller
Installations on the night will include work by Warp artists Hudson Mohawke, Oneohtrix and Rustie. The Warp x Tate evening will take place on Friday 6th December, and forms part of a series of bi-monthly 'Late at Tate' events, featuring music, film, fashion and live performances.
Wednesday, 20th Apr 2011
From the legendary UFO club nights of the 60s, the house music explosion of the 80s and to the 90s Balearic scene, otherworldly sounds have always intertwined with visual art and design.
Leo Zero “Eye Orb Arc (Popular Peoples Front artwork)” © 2008
Opening on Wednesday 20th April, three of the UK's most influential graphic artists present their work as members of an ever morphing collective named Golden Sun Movement. Presenting a selection of hypnotically striking works at Idea Generation Gallery, London, Luke Insect, Leo Zero and Dave Little share the psychedelic scenes of the 60s as a key influence, as well as sharing an impressive roster of musicians, clubs and brands for which they have produced artwork. Creating sleeve artwork for the likes of Paul McCartney and unique commissions for Time Out magazine, the trio present us with eye-bending perspectives, shocking colours and a pastiche of styles including Victoriana and Pop Art.
Golden Sun Movement: On takes place at Idea Generation Gallery, London from 20th April 2011 - 8th May 2011.