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It keeps on moving!
Fee’s work is coming down and Jude Taylor and Tony Veroni are begining to hang there show at this very moment.
The opening will be tomorrow 6-8pm and will be accompannied by a live DJ set from the pair.
more information to follow…
currently working on the next installment of Fountain the Zine
As part of the ongoing exhibition Fountain the wonderful people at Exchange Place have allowed us to occupy the ground floor of building 1 with three local artists work.
Installation finished yesterday, so go and check it out!
Event is supported by Scottish Widows Investment Partnership
more coming soon! — there are more artists currently installing and working on site specific projects, happenings and more!! stay tuned…
The performance was enjoyed by all and talk of new collaborations have formed.
Our artists this week are Fee Scroggie and Dr Neupop, who have decided to show their work separately through this week.
Fee is actually going to be in today, so catch her if you can, as she will be adding new work.
As for Fountain things are still coming together! All site specific works should be up by next weeks tour. Also watch out for unscheduled events, as there will be a variety of happenings to follow.
Many local artists have joined in the last few weeks, and it looks to be an exciting show both inside and outside of the gallery.
The opening night will feature the first in our installments of the Orakle performances. Starting at 8pm.
We will then follow the evening witha small DJ set in the garden.
We are also happy to announce that a whole host of different local bands and musical talent will be joining us for our regular band sessions due to take place each Thursday during the festival. Although occassionally this will now extend to Fridays as well. Details soon to follow, athough we can already confirm that appearances from Her Royal Highness and the A Band
It looks to be an exciting and experiemental couple of weeks ahead!
20.06.10 – 02.07.10
12 – 6 DAILY
OPENING 19.06.10 7-9PM
LITTLE SISTER IS AN EXHIBITION OF NEW WORK BY ARTISTS DANIEL P. IRWIN AND NATALIE MCGOWAN.
LITTLE SISTER IS A VISUAL FORM OF OUTRAGE: A VISCERAL REJECTION OF DOMINANT SOCIAL AND CULTURAL VALUES. IT IS AN ATTITUDE OF NEGATION WHICH NEVERTHELESS COEXISTS WITH A DESIRE TO MAKE ART BY NEW MEANS. MEANS WHICH INDUCT THE VIEWER INTO A WORLD WHICH UNDERMINES INCORPORATES AND EXPLORES THE PERSISTENT TRAPPINGS OF THE MODERN IMAGINATION.
And over a dozen artists
3rd May – 13th June
3rd – 12th RANDOM INFRASTRUCTURE
Dr Neupop & Guests
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Click link to listen to the live interview with Dr Neupop on Leith FM
Friday 7th – Post Election Party from 6pm
19th – 26th ARTERY
Friday 21st – Artists talk/tea/social
2nd – 9th \\what goes on
Thursday – Friday 12-4pm
Friday 11th BBQ party
“Muscles of Joy are a Glasgow-based band, who often use improvisation, unconventional musical techniques and self-made instruments. Since forming in 2008, this all female band has played to critical acclaim at Stereo, CCA, and the Bridge in Glasgow, Dundee Contemporary Arts and Le Weekend festival in Stirling.
————-want to come to this gig as our very special guests?
THEN MEET ME IN THE WAVERLY FROM 5.30 ON WEDNESDAY
there may even be other surprises in store too…
Thank you to everyone who came to Angus Hood’s show – Residue, your support was amazing and really helped to make it a great exhibition.
Photos coming soon!
We are now installing our next show Doris&Lubin, this will be the pairs first collaborative show, and looks to be full of attitude!
Exact opening time to be confirmed, but it is due to open this coming Monday the 1st of March around 7pm.
Stay tuned for more updates!
There are only 10 days left of Angus Hoods show Residue, so if you haven’t done so already, go see it!
Our exhibitions program is very organic, and we are already preparing for the next show, the artists shall remain under a veil for now…
Another thing to add is that all work is for sale at KOMACHI, we take absolutely no commission and put you straight in touch with the artist. So if you fancy buying a new artwork do consider the artist… normal commission can be up to 50%!