Saturday, 31 March 2007

Florin Ungureanu MFA Fine Art

2007, Acrylic and enamel on board, Variable dimensions.

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Thursday, 29 March 2007

Tina Hage MFA

Current Work:

Me (Chantelle, Jodie, Beet, Danielle, Jade, Banana)

6 Posters

Me (Amanda, Jade, Chantelle, Danielle, Jodie)





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Monday, 19 March 2007

Tuesday, 13 March 2007

Show this Thursday!

Lab Three


Les Hommes Des Beaux Arts
Ehsan Fardjadniya
Helena Hansdottir
Kristen Lovelock and Conrad Ventur
Christl Mudrak
Ryan O'Connor
Yiorgos Tsalamanis
Sinta Werner and Wueste

Thursday 15th March 2007
Viewing 5-8pm

(Exhibition in the LA3 Studio - the studio is behind the fields)

See you there!

My Work

Hi. I'm Masako in MFA Fine Art Part 1.
This is a part of my works. If you want to see more works, please contact me.
Thank you.

Monday, 12 March 2007

Sunday, 11 March 2007


My name is Caroline. I studied in Paris before for 5years in Art History and Contemporary Art (Ecole du Louvre). The topic of my thesis was the rock concert in contemporary art since 1966 (Warhol and the Velvet to Christoph B├╝chel).
So I am really interested inthe relation between art and popular culture and especially with popular music. But I am doing research about dance and architecture too and in general I find very interesting the relations between sociology, documentary, anthropology and art...

I discussed last week with Christel, a german artist that will be involved in the MFA show. Our idea will be to organize a show with Kristen too, it would be an exhibition in a squatted house that we have to find near Goldsmiths. The theme will be something around punk aesthetic or punk music. I think that the spontaneous meeting due to the same interests is the best way to deal with this big show.
This year, with five other curators of the master, we have organized the Interim Show of the St Martins School...after this experience, I think that it is really irrelevant ans impossible to curate a show with 25 curators and 50 artists...Anyway this kind of show remains always artificial because of the origin of the frame, I mean that it is impossible to work all together. So I think that as you, the artists, you know each other, and as it is impossible for us to know all of you and especially all your works...the best will be that you organize yourselves into groups and then we can discuss about it according to the common interests of each group.


Curatorial Interests


YO everybody! i'm Konstantinos, one of da curator people. This link is the website of the project space I run for 2 years now back in Greece and from May I will set it off in London as well. If you browse around you will get a quite concrete idea of what I am interested in. enjoyyyy!!!!

My work plays with reality and inversion of visual languages. If you would like to know more about it you are very welcome to pop into my studio in the large baths.

Thursday, 8 March 2007

Melissa Bugarella

Jean Baudrillard is dead. Or is he?

Wednesday, 7 March 2007

Private View: Disruption 1

Just a reminder-

Disruption 1
6:30- 8:30 pm
Saturday, March 10th
Building 9, Unit 7
Long Street Workshops (off Kingsland Rd., shoreditch end)

Hope to see you there!
Mary Cork
Cadine Navarro

Tuesday, 6 March 2007

Monday, 5 March 2007

Steff S.

My recent curatorial interest has been invested in Dubai and its bizarre dynamics. As a place that is 88% composed of capital and sun-hungry expatriates, Dubai houses a collision of identities that creates a strong dichotomy between its traditional Islamic roots and its rapid cultural expansion.

The implementation of a contemporary art scene is a deliberate move by the government and monarchy to retaliate against criticism that the city lacks a soul; it reflects Dubai's competitive nature, as it aims to beat Abu Dhabi and Sharjah in their respective attempts to become the cultural capitals of the UAE.

With such funnel-vision intention, it would be easy for Dubai to become an ephemeral trend witin the art world. My primary interest is to contribute to the sustainability of its art scene, to infuse the fabric of the city with art instead of watching the city rely on auction house sales and art fairs.

Sunday, 4 March 2007


Have any curators got together to decide who might want to be in charge of the Map? (that is if it's still happening?)
Also do we need another group meeting before the break?

Friday, 2 March 2007

tim bennett

I am working on the idea of voids into systems. A methodology that explores and maps systems in order to proceed with the idea of system exception or false. The system can be of any kind; technological, theoretical, artistic, built, visible or invisible. The present stage of my research has to do with collaborating with artists and theorists in order to expand this idea and come up with new cultural products.
I have worked on the idea of destabilizing radio and tv networks by creating and documentating the procedure of void creation using an appliance composed by ready made equipment.

Thursday, 1 March 2007


My name is Gaia and I am particularly interested in photography and its visual contaminations with other medium such as video, painting and installation. But more than this, I am interested in artists whose practice explores the limits of a single medium, being directly inspired from the real world.
I am also fascinated by the idea of curating as a mean of exploration of different cultures and backgrounds, by the notions of "outsider" and "community".
To use or abuse a famous quote by Thomas Hirschhorn: I don't like political art, I like art politically!

Thanks for posting your works guys!


USELESS magazine

The fifth USELESS magazine is being released at the end of this month. I'll post info about the launch date and party details when they are confirmed. As you may know, I've been publishing this for a little over two years and we're putting it out now every four months. It's a print publication on newsprint, tabloid-sized.