Enabling: The Work of Minimaforms, London

Posted on February 26, 2010 Under Art

Genius, future-world sculpture brothers Minimaforms are displaying a collection of their interactive architecture work (like the memory cloud we blogged about last year). Warning, this is not a show to be missed, if you are anywhere near London be sure…

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Kinetica Art Fair: London 2010

Posted on February 5, 2010 Under Art

I love art. But I also love lasers, robots, holograms, light beings, space and general cybernetics. The Kinetic Art Fair is where all things future, electronic and art collide in one amazingly strange world. It's only for this weekend and only…

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Dieter Rams: Less and More in London

Posted on November 18, 2009 Under Design

If I was in London, I'd absolutely be checking out the Dieter Rams "Less and More" exhibition at the Design Museum. If you don't know who Dieter is, he was the director at the German electronics company Braun for 30+…

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Adam Neate: A New Understanding

Posted on October 9, 2009 Under Art

Adam Neate's exhibition at Elms Lester Painting Rooms opens to the public today in London– it's entitled A New Understanding and shows off what looks to be an incredible and moving body of work. The exhibition continues until 21st November,…

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Frieze Art Fair

Posted on October 8, 2009 Under Art

I wish I was in London next week to check out the Frieze Art Fair. If you're there, pop by Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin's booth (F11) at Regent's Park in London. The opening reception is Wednesday 14 October, 2009 15 -…

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Cyclops London Show

Posted on September 25, 2009 Under Art

Black Rat Press has a Cyclops show in London– looks interesting. This October 15, Black Rat Press presents 'Jesus Help Me Find My Proper Place' – a major London solo show by Lucas Price, also known as the acclaimed street…

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Dot Allison x Room 7 1/2

Posted on September 7, 2009 Under Music

If you know Dot Allison's past, you know her as for dance floor friendly tracks. Just a brief walk through her history, she headed up the band One Dove in the early nineties and became known for igniting the whole…

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Invader's "Low Fidelity" Exhibition: London

Posted on August 18, 2009 Under Art

Great recap over at Hypebeast of the opening of "Low Fidelity" at Lazarides Gallery in London last week for the very sneaky French artist Invader. The show runs through September 17th, check it out if you're in the UK! Lazarides…

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Collect London

Posted on June 9, 2009 Under Fashion

Collect London just launched a gallery style event put on at Vibe Bar in Brick Lane. Designs are entered by the public around a theme set by Collect (the first theme was 'endangered'). Then, 100 limited edition shirts of each…

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Baileys: Listen To Your Lips

Posted on June 3, 2009 Under Life

If you had to compile a list of the top body parts that we human beings tend to listen to, the first two slots on that list would undoubtedly belong to our heads and our hearts with our bladders and…

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