Sunday, November 30, 2008

Street Art Shoreditch

'Mada' at the Mansion

Check them out here

Life on the Inside

Autumm Charm

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Mobile Clubbing - Make it happen at a place near you

Monday, November 17, 2008

Photography Award - Deadline 31st December 2008

Wayne Chisnall Upcoming Show - Chiaroscuro


A Show by Pharos Gallery

[Origin: 1680–90; < It, equiv. to chiaro bright (< L clārus) + oscuro dark (< L obscūrus).

Pharos Gallery is a grass roots East End movement that sets itself in opposition to the West End art scene. Pharos is simply made up of artists who want to make art, not commodity.

Darkness and light in all of their various guises is explored in Chiaroscuro, an exhibition which brings together 15 artists from Pharos Gallery in its inaugural show.

11th – 14th December 2008

Private View 11th December 6pm – 9pm

2a Ada Street, London, E8 4QU

Ada Street is the first road off Broadway Market if you are coming from the Canal
By bus: 394, 388, 263, 55 253, 106, 48, 26, 277, D6
By tube: Central line to Bethnal Green Station. Take the exit that says ‘buses to Hackney’ and take a 106 or a 254 three stops
By overland: London Fields train station is a 5 minute walk

I am a known fan of Wayne's work, I had a quick preview of one of his new pieces and it's brilliant! I want to buy it...........................

Sunday, November 16, 2008

New from Master Margherita

Samuel Hall Band "the big nowhere" (ambient, postrock + dark vibes)

Master Margherita "swiss dub vol1" (dub/reggae music ep)

Saturday, November 15, 2008


This is my project for the next year, last Friday the website went live, we hit a major milestone. Many more yet to come, keep an eye on the website.

The human brain is the most complex object in the known universe. It contains about 100 billion nerve cells, and 100 trillion connections among them. Every day thousands of scientists around the world are trying to understand more about how the brain works.

'The Brain Unravelled' is an exhibition in which three disciplines, neuroscience, anthropology and art come together in order to explore what we know about the brain. Drawing on a broad range of research, its aim will be to consider the relationship between creativity and consciousness, and how the brain, to use Chris Frith’s phrase, makes up the mind.

One strand of the exhibition will include works created by established artists and scientists working together. It will also include a research piece of experimental Anthropology.

Maria Lopes, Brian Butterworth & Storm Thorgerson - November 2008