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Anarchist Bookfair
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Recommended Event
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Recommmended Events
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Recommended Events Aug 13-20
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weekly mailout
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weekly listing
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mailout
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elisting
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this sunday!
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dates for your diary
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news + olds
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East End Events
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festival THIS WEEKEND!
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some infos
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tomorrow's events
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this thursday and afterwards
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two events this weekend
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this week + weekend
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news and events
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this season
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newsletter
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invite: new board game pentagame
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events coming up
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Invitation for Saturday July 2nd
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Seasonal Greetings!
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Seasonal greetings
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noid_11.ezm
Subject:
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From:
"janmaat"
Date:
02.09.2008 16:47
To:
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This Week:

TUESDAY:
Spiritwo: I HEART NIYI@PUNK
September 2, 2008 9:00PM
Location: punk, 14 soho st, london w13dn
https://webmail.so36.net/cgi-bin/sqwebmail?redirect=http%3A%2F%2Fevents.... ace.com%2Findex.cfm%3Ffuseaction%3Devents.detail%26eventID%3D456467.8536%26h ashcode%3D180021E5-D40F-4E5E-86ED-CC406E83BAD4&timestamp=1220349408&md5=SqeR e2ZaVKwaTWUfH5%2F%2FtA%3D%3D
Raison d'Etre Open Mic
The MacBeth, 70 Hoxton St., Shoreditch
Artist signup from 7:30. Open Mic Session from 8pm to midnight.
http://www.reason2b.net/events/event.2006-10-05.9935389224

THURSDAY:
A) 'Transfera' exhibition launch date Thursday 4th September 2008
6pm to midnite Live Performance at 10pm
Exhibition runs til Sunday 28th September 2008 viewing 6pm til 8pm daily
The Others : Top floor, 6 and 8 Manor Road, London N16 5SA, 020 8802 3755,
info@theothers.uk.com
tranSfera is an exhibition curated by The Others with performance and
works by Suka Off, a performance art group based in Poland a collabo-
ration by artists Piotr Wegrzynski and Sylvia Lajbig.
The goal of tranSfera is to search for non-verbal forms of
communication between those in an intimate relationship.
"tranSfera" is a hybrid work which installed as an audio-visual exhibit,
involves live performance utilising real-time video and sonic components.
"We alter the perceived image of body, referring to the modern information
chaos and the manipulation of reality performed by the media and their technologies."
Piotr Wegrzynski and Sylvia Lajbig deal directly with both physical/emotional/sexual
and gender aspects of intimacy and digital mediations, here conceptualised as
"transfers" or exchanges between the two performers. They use old gramophone
to "read" the sound of their skin, tape recorders/microphones/speakers to
record/play/consume each others voices, video cameras/projectors to capture
and exchange their faces and sexual attributes. It all happens in a very clean
and simple space, The performers are sited in the performance space in such a
manner that their actions can be observed closely by audience invited to walk around them.

B) Sinta Werner: Gray Areas.
Nettie Horn Gallery, 25b Vyner St. London E2 9DG
http://www.nettiehorn.com/

This Weekend:
A) in London:
A Walk in The Park. Queen's Wood.
Sitespecific and performance art work.
London, N10. Bus W7,43,134,263 Highgate tube
Sat Sept 6th + 7th 12noon-dusk.
Private View Sat 4pm til dusk - bring a bottle.
Take a brisk walk and find work by:
Kerry Baldry, Judith Brocklhurst, Hazel Brocklehurst, Gail Burton, Julia Clarke,
Liz Collini, Sian Collins, Joel Dever, Damian Ellis, Lidie Gallais, Rose Garcia,
Sean Gibson, Denis Glaser, Sian Gledhill, Catherine Golding, Phillip Goodman,
Rachael Greaves, Beth Green, Samia Gupte, Tim Flitcroft, Laura Holden, Lucinda Holmes,
James Johnson, Lisa Jones, Miyuki Kasahara, Dean Kenning + Urara Tsuchiya, Calum F.Kerr,
Allen Irvine + Jill attersall, Shelly Malcolm, Kylie McManus, Janitzio Moreno, Anna Niman,
Kirsty Packer, Richard Packer, Devyani Parmar, Tony Peakall, Gayna Pelham, Raul Pina,
Leonora Robinson, Jill Rock, Rose Smith, Sarah Sparkes, Natalie Suggett,
Johanna Van Benthem, Emma White, Beth Williams, Stephen Williams, Rachel Wilson,
Chris “pow-wow” Wogan. And something you might not expect by Rubbish Artist Pauline Hoare
+ Geraldine Ryan + Debbie Tor.
Curated By Geraldine Ryan.

B) Outside London:
GRASSROOTS FESTIVAL. Sept 5th-7th near Peterborough.
The last bits of the summer for grabs! Get your wellies on
and try not to miss it - this will be a good laugh!!!
Cinema, graffiti jam on Saturday, NO:ID screen print, Rebel Outpost,
Sunday Sounds, Irie Stylie, lots of good Bands, lots of good people...
The festival is quite new and unspoiled, uncommercial DIY style.
Near Peterborough. Only 45 pounds. Find all info on
http://www.thegrassrootsfestival.co.uk/

C) In London:
Matthew Robins sings The Death of Flyboy
Sept 5th & 6th Watch This Space.
The Death of Flyboy, a science fiction opera, with shadow puppets performing
a silent-movie projected live onto the side of the fly-tower. This event
is outdoors and free and will begin at about 8:30 pm.
Visit http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/wts
http://myspace.com/matthewrobins

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noid_12.ezm
Subject:
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From:
"janmaat"
Date:
11.09.2008 11:45
To:
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OPEN WEEKEND
SITE SPECIFIC EXHIBITION 13TH-14TH SEPTEMBER 1200-1800.
SPIKE SPECIFIC
GAVIN TURK, BOB & ROBERTA SMITH, RICHARD PRINCE, YOKO ONO, MANU CHAO, CRYMEIN, PS BURTON, MARK THOMAS, TONY BRENNAN, RICHARD NIMAN, MARK MCGOWAN, ELIZABETH MANCHESTER, ANDREW BLYO, PAUL SAKOILSKY, JAQ GENIE, DAISEY DELANEY, MERLYN, SANDIE SCHELLS, TRACEY RUSSELL, ROB RUB, MARYANNE GORDON, BARBARA BURKE, FIL DEVOID, HAZEL ROMA, JAN NOID, YUSUF MARTIN, KEVIN PEBERDY, MADDY DUGDALE, DMT, ASTRID SCHYROKY, KAREN BARNES, LIL LEE.
For more information, please contact:
SPIKE SURPLUS SCHEME
020 7252 9733
Email: info@spikesurplus.org
39b Consort Road, Peckham SE15 2PR
www.spikesurplus.org
www.myspace.com/spikesurplus
PLEASE FORWARD

noid_13.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
17.09.2008 21:00
To:
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THURSDAY
There is now a new gallery in Calvert Avenue,
just next to the squat. A proper one!
So come and check it out.
Exhibition: Fresh Air Machine.
Private View 6-9pm.
RSVP Sophie Benjamin on +44-7714763489
sophie@sophiebenjamin.co.uk
Exhibition Until Oct. 31st, thur-sat 11am-6pm.
22 (!) Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JP
Artists: Howard Dyke, Russell Eade, Alison Gill,
Penelope Lamb, Iavor Lubomirow, Oliver MacDonald,
Lee Maelzer, Liz Neal, Minou Norouzi, Lyle Perkins,
Raul Pina, Clare Price, Harry Pye, Rachael Robb,
Sarah Sparks, Geraldine Swayne, Mike Tuck, Charlie Tweed.

FRIDAY
London Pirate Festival: The Rubadub Social Club
A fun-filled cabaret and burlesque show
Launching the Pirate Festival at the Soho Revue Bar
7:30pm - 10:00pm
The Soho Revue Bar
11 Walkers Court, Brewer Street
Doors 7.30pm, £10 in advance, £15 door, £8 for pirates and sailors
-OR-
Naked Punch Cabaret Launch Party.
7:00pm - 2:00am
rampART community creative centre and social space
15 Rampart Street, E1 2LA
InfoPhone: 07528407923
Email: rampart@mutualaid.org

SATURDAY
...is international Talk Like a Pirate Day.
Lots of random madness on South Bank:
Check out Festival Pier at reasonable time for
a massive pirate beach gathering, sword fighting,
and rum testing. More stuff then I'd like to
put into this email, so please check
http://www.londonpiratefestival.com/.
- AND -
BINGO - Nunhead Arts Week
Host: Daniel Lehan and Lorna Giezot
Starring Calum F. Kerr and friends.
Type: Music/Arts - Performance
7:30pm - 11:55pm
Location: The Old Nun (upstairs)
Nunhead Green, Nunhead, SE15
Contact InfoEmail:
daniel@daniel-lehan.com

SUNDAY
...still a lot of piracy going on and
London Pirate Festival ends with a
Secret End of Festival Party, 6pm till late,
in a Secret Location. Check out
http://www.londonpiratefestival.com/ again!

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noid_14.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
01.10.2008 14:44
To:
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Hello Friends of NO:ID! So much going on! Make sure
to get some sleep during the week, since from Thursday
on there won't be much, according to this.
If you make it through all this, and then show up
in the George Tavern on Sunday for the Lonesome Cowboys
from Hell gig with a printout of this email, i'll give
you a cool NO:ID t-shirt for free!!!
>> This THURSDAY

6pm-10pm, The Foundry: Exhibition opening: Steve Rushton
IO1
BURNT PAPER PLATES
including
THE BURNING OF THE PAPER PLATE
2 performances by Donna Lisa Kitching at 7pm and 8pm
admission free
I01 burnt paper plates
a magic number a magic act
to make a paper plate art
to take it away from a knife and fork
www.steverushton.org.uk
86 Great Eastern Street London EC2A 3JL, Old Street tube exit 3 corner of Old Street and Great Eastern Street. www.foundry.tv info 07974 716 058
----- Also this THURSDAY
SCENE IN THE MAKING (Campbell & Morris Projects this Thursday!)
Thursday October 2nd 6pm – 10pm (exhibition also open 12-8pm Friday 3rd)
The Tile Showroom, NICHOLS & CLARKE BUILDING, Shoreditch High Street / Fleur De Lis Street. Opposite the Light Bar. Free Entry for Concrete and Glass wrist band holders, £2/£3 otherwise.
Performing 'The New City Slickening' around the building.
www.concreteandglass.co.uk/artists/160/scene-in-the-making
----- Also this THURSDAY
7pm Live > Ill FM Thursday Show
A brand new monthly night at The Others. Ill FM have been producing live web broadcasts on Tues and Thurs for a couple of years now and invite you to particapate in a live gig that is broadcast live from 8pm til midnite. 1st Thurs of the month.
The Digitariat : Live Experimental Noise produced on Tape players, Effects
boxes and circuit bent toys.
http://www.myspace.com/digitariat
Slut Boy Contestant #1 : One half of Bleak Reference it doesn't get harder
or more twisted. Live Drum N Bass / Breakcore.
The Black Tounges : A Live Rock band with punk / experimental over / under
tones in their debut performance on ILL.
http://www.myspace.com/blacktonguesband
And Finally HARD FEELINGS UK PRESENTS
ARTJAM
Paper paint sculpture materials keyboards glue and guitars provided...
Participate in the jamming, watch and join in the art or choreography.
As well as sculptural and art materials there will be the usual array of
drums, paint, keyboards, guitars, drums, mics and crayons.
http://www.myspace.com/artclubbing
We'll be online from 8pm BST as usual so if you can't make it down then tune in @ www.ILLFM.net
Venue: The Others, Top floor, 6 and 8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington
London N16 5SA, 020 8802 3755, info@theothers.uk.com
>> This FRIDAY

London's largest "conscious partying" event in SeOne, a night
that was formerly known as "Synergy Project" but had to change its name so
is now "Luminopolis". An indoor festival really, featuring Small World
Stage featuring Planetman and the Internationalz, and Gypsidelica, to name just a few. It's £20.- at the door, but it's HUUUUGE!!!
Check it out it's http://luminopolis.org/.
>> This SATURDAY

USEFLESS
The brain of angelina schweinskopf
Extraordinarily abundant world of interactive sculpture, costumes, carousels,mechanical toys, performances, bands.
A study by valentin manz, emma toernero and chin keeler
with additional firepower from sculpture.
die munch machine, Alistair Saunders, Rita Soromenho and others.
sat 4th october 2008
@praxis 3-9 belfast rd london N16 6UN (Stoke Newington)
1pm - table top sale in the yard,
including NO:ID screen print one-off sales.
megaaudiovisumindbendingperformance:
8:00pm - sculpture
8:45pm - the amazing brain of angelina schweinskopf
9:30pm- die munch machine
a slice of a dream of a brain of a rat
is
a rat of a dream of a slice of a brain
is
a dream of a brain of a slice of a rat
is
spam
for more info contact valentin 07768440058 valentin.manz@mac.com
buses 106, 149, 476, 67, 243, stoke newington BR
>> This SUNDAY

Concert / Performance: Lonesome Cowboys from Hell
Frank E. the Lonely Woodsman (aka Calum F. Kerr) - voice, perc.
Blind 'Gentleman' Jk-ee (Tim Flitcroft) - ukulele, mandolin,
guitar, accordion, perc., voice
Jan E. (Jan Maat) - skiffle bass / bucket bass / wash tub bass
Plus various other miscredents such as Roadeo Marco (he one mean mo'f).
http://myspace.com/lonesomecowboysfromhell
George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road (Stepney)
Show starts at 8pm. Entrance is free.
Also playing: December's Children.
And NO:ID prints for sale
- I need to replace some stuff that I've got stolen and / or have lost over
the last couple of weeks...
Thank you ever so much. See you soon.
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noid_15.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
10.10.2008 13:50
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello everyone,
strange weekend, isn't it - does anybody know
anything going on? C'm'on, stock exchange is
closed the week-end, so can't stare at the
news like the rabbit at the snake! -
And if you want to stare at something, check the
new layout and content of http://noidgallery.net/
comments welcome!
RECOMMENDED EVENTS
TODAY FRIDAY
Rose Wylie: Wear What You Like
New paintings and drawings
Transition Gallery at 18:00
Unit 25a Regent Studios
8 Andrews Road
ALSO TODAY
"Frankfurt Good Wood"
self-curated show by the students from Frankfurt Stadelschule
Hold & Freight Gallery
Unit 7, 7 Apple Tree Yard, Bradwell St Stepney Green London E1 4DR
Private View at 6pm-9pm
which shall be followed by the after party at 333 near Old Street.

ALSO TODAY
Cell Project Space
'Wild Shapes'
Ben Cottrell • Cedar Lewisohn • Ben Rivers
258 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9DA
+44(0)207241 3600
info@cell.org.uk
http://www.cell.org.uk
Private View 10th October 2008 6.30 - 9.30pm

MONDAY
Free Art Fair
October 13th 6-9pm
Performing 'Guess the Artist' (recently began in Plovdiv, Bulgaria)
Lee Campbell and Frog Morris present an eclectic mix of live artists on October 13th (opening night) and throughout the day and evening of the 19th.
Including: Laura Wilson, Frog Morris, Daniel Lehan, Lee Campbell, Mark Dean Quinn, Dora Wade, Adrian Lee, Jenny Baines, Rebecca Birch, Kate Hawkins, Jordan McKenzie, Charlotte Young, Calum F.Kerr, Victoria Melody, Alex Staiger, Peter Bond, and more....
www.freeartfair.com
WEDNESDAY
Burning Candy
5-11pm
Sartorial Contemporary Art
26-26a Argyle Square, London WC1H8AP
www.sartorialart.com
www.beforechrome.com

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Subject:
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From:
"janmaat"
Date:
15.10.2008 13:55
To:
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Recommended Events
TODAY WEDNESDAY
Satsang & Meditation with Sri Mahesh Giriji.
International Art of Living teacher. 7:30pm.
Music, meditation, vegetarian food. Entrance free.
RNB Leisure Complex, 366a Stag Lane, London, Kingsbury
http://www.artoflivinglondon.org/

THURSDAY
'MORE' words and pictures by Amy Garner
Private View from with performance 8pm until late Thursday 16th October 2008
Flaxon Ptootch
237 Kentish Town Road
London NW5 2JT
www.flaxonptootch.com
Tube: Kentish Town
Buses: 46, 214
Amy creates beautiful and energetically powerful mandalas and auto-biopgraphical art using collage, stencil and graphics on light-weight foam board and canvas.
www.amygarner.co.uk
Exhibition: 9th - 22nd October 2008

SATURDAY
London / UK ANARCHIST BOOKFAIR.
Over 38 Meetings, over 90 stalls presenting all facets of
anarchist thoughts, actions etc.
NO:ID screen print has its annual stall there.
WE ARE GOING INTO OUR YEAR NUMBER 4 AS INDEPENDENT PRINTERS.
Come and celebrate!!!
Bringing you a MASSIVE amount of t-shirts to wholesale prices.
Come and check us out!!!
10am - 7pm
Queen Mary & Westfield College, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS.
http://anarchistbookfair.org/
http://noidgallery.net/

SUNDAY
Come to our Dalston Graffiti Park Reggae Banquet Party! Sunday the 19th
October, 5pm until midnight for some uniting and uplifting vibez. Super tasty
ethically sourced homemade food and barbeque, live reggae/funk and jam session
(Planetman & the Internationalz), at a totally funky, soon to be bulldozed
secret location! Plus DJs spinning reggae, funk and afrobeat with the Urgent
Union Soundsystem. There will be cocktails and hot spicy cider plus an organic
Smoothie bar from Wholsum - independent health food shop at 16 Dalston Lane, E8
- go on support the family run ones!! Tickets (£10, includes food) are limited
and have to be bought in advance, contact me on 07825742132. All ages are
welcome...children's tickets £3. Looking forward!
Hope you can come down it's gonna be full of original one family vibrationz..

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
21.10.2008 15:35
To:
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Recommended Events
THURSDAY
Marta Serna
'Blood Breath'
Opening Thursday 23RD OCTOBER at 6.30
until monday 27th oct from 1-7pm
NO:ID Gallery
26 Calvert Ave, London, E2 7JP
Also THIS THURSDAY
Ambient Anarchist / Electroni-aucostic Punk Funk from Bulgaria
Park / Dirty Acoustic Hip-hop Funk from Outerspace
Hootananny, Brixton
95 Effra Road, SW2 1DF
http://www.myspace.com/brixtonhootananny
http://www.hootanannybrixton.co.uk/
Live music and djs in Brixton best live venue i reckon...check em' out
9-2am, £3 entry
Ambient Anarchist
http://www.last.fm/music/Ambient+Anarchist
http://www.myspace.com/ambientanarchist
Park
http://www.myspace.com/parkstate

FRIDAY
Live art in the Montague Arms
289 Queens Road SE15 5RZ
Entry £3 (£2 conc) 8.30pm
Deference Engine – prog rock
The Lonesome Cowboys from Hell – Psycho Country
----> http://myspace.com/lonesomecowboysfromhell
Frog Morris – artist and poet
Lee Campbell – performance artist
Harry Neve - sound art
Cinzia Cremona - performance artist

SATURDAY

World Of Music Revue Nights
Nev Hawkins, Kinkajou, Naked and resident Janna Goodwille & Friends.
Olivers Music Bar - Home of World Music
9 Nevada Street, Greenwich
London, United Kingdom
8pm-2am

ALSO THIS SATURDAY
Libra Infancia Party in aid of Guatemalan Street Charity
High-energy latin party in aid of Guatemalan street charity with live bands. contact we@passingcouds.org for more

SUNDAY
You-Nite 20:00 @ The Others
6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, London, London and South East N16 5SA
Cost: free!
You-Nite provides a platform for creative people of all cultures to share their passions, every sunday in NE London. Includes booked acts and an open jam session with Milli and the Moonstones as house band.
http://www.myspace.com/millimoonstone
WEDNESDAY
NO:ID at the Foundry "Lessons Learned"
Exhibition with installation(s), sculpture(s),
performance(s), prints and sounds.
Janmaat will be signing his prints on the opening night.
Guest appearance by some lone cowboys.
A t-shirt or two.
6pm-10pm. 89 Great Eastern Street
http://foundry.tv/

noid_19.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
28.10.2008 12:40
To:
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RECOMMENDED EVENTS
Bored? Not anymore look at all this!!!

WEDNESDAY
"NO:ID Lessons Learned" Jan Maat's Solo Exhibition
The Foundry, 89 Great Eastern St. (Corner Old Street)
6pm-10:30pm
Exhibition with installation(s), sculpture(s), performance(s),
prints and sounds.
Janmaat will be signing his prints on the opening night.
http://noidgallery.net/

THURSDAY
CROSS POLLINATION
Sharon Ball and Leila Bryan
Painting, sculpture and video installation
NO:ID GALLERY
26 Calvert Avenue, E2 7JP
Thurs 30th Oct - Mon 3rd Nov '08
10:00am - 7:00pm
Private view Thurs 30th 6:30pm - 9:30pm

ALSO THURSDAY
57a Redchurch St. London E2 7DJ
DAMIAN GRIFFITHS
In the Way of Things'
private view Thursday 30 October 6 - 9pm
studio1.1
57a Redchurch St. London E2 7DJ
Nearest tubes Liverpool/Old Street
bus 8, 26, 35, 47, 48, 149, 344, 388
email studio1-1.gallery@virgin.net
web www.studio1-1.co.uk
open Thursday - Sunday 12 - 6 pm
or by appointment 07952986696

FRIDAY
THE LONESOME COWBOYS FROM HELL.
"Just when you thought it was safe to be in Whitechapel"
At 8pm razor sharp in The White Hart, 1 Mile End Road.
The ultimate show for a start into YOUR helloween night.
Frank E. aka Calum F. Kerr (voice)
JK-E aka Tim Flitcroft (ukulele, guitar, mandoline, etc)
Jan Maat (Wash Tub Bass)
Warning: This is Psychocountry!!!
How Much: £5 (or £3 NUS) for four very scary bands.
Bargin! Say on the door that you are coming to hear the
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play and get a special gift from Frank E.!!!
http://myspace.com/lonesomecowboysfromhell

ALSO THIS FRIDAY
March of The Dead. Host: StrangeWorks and Passing Clouds.
31 October 2008 at 19:30 from Abney Park Cemetary
to Passing Clouds Dalston (arrive at 00:05 on Nov 1st).
Dresscode: Black and White.

ALSO THIS FRIDAY
2) Anti-Helloween Dressup Night. Niceness, celebrate life!
Dress Code: Happy n Colourful!!!
DJ's: Planetman (Little Blue Ball Rec.)
Walter Mitty Character (Gumbo)
Faya Girl, Country Boy, + Live Drums n Hornz
Face Painting by Justina
*** LOVELY SMOKING AREA ***
9pm-3am, £5 b4 11pm, £7 after
for our £5 all night guest list please email your full names to:
guest@planetman.net and mention NO:ID e-listing.
@ The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington N16
"babylon system is a vampire..." Bob Marley 1979
For more info call 07825742132

SATURDAY
WORMFOOD 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
Passing Clouds, The Empowering Church,
3 Richmond Road, London E8 3HY. 9pm - 4am, £6 all night.
Big one year celebration from the creators of the legendary
Wormfood parties, Valley of the Antics at Secret Garden and
Antic Banquet festival. with Nick Mulvey, Jamie Woon,
Brothers Bab, Legoman/El Muddles and all star jam session with
The Worm and friends. Free facepainting, wormy dress encouraged....

ALSO THIS SATURDAY
MUSIC AND LIGHTS
Djs to include Slauka,Catnip, Kalina and other guests to
be confirmed playing Reggae, dubstep,electro and
eclectic tunes. Special live band to be confirmed, super
reggae or outerspace funk-punk
http://www.musicandlights.co.nr
9-2am £4 suggested donation
5 -17 Rampart Street, London E1 2LA (near Whitechapel, off Commercial Rd)
http://www.multimap.com/maps/?qs=E1+2LA&countryCode=GB
Raising funds for Habiba International Women and Youth Affairs in Kenya
http://www.solidaritynotcharity.org.uk
A mix of great music and cosy vibes.

SUNDAY
You-nite, The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington N16
Milli Moonstone > www.myspace.com/millimoonstone
Dave Pepper > www.myspace.com/mrpepperpoet
All there to spice it up before hand, and
Hearing Aide will be spinning a most pleasurable mix of
Criminal psychic pollution.
We may even have time for a Jam... Yehhhh

TUESDAY NOV 4th
Vigil outside the US Embassy, London
On 4 November 2008, the American people will go to the ballot boxes to vote for a new president, heralding a change for the first time in 8 years. On 4 November, the London Guantanamo Campaign invites you to join us for a vigil outside the US Embassy to call on the new American government to commit to upholding human rights and peaceful, legitimate solutions to domestic and foreign issues.
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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
05.11.2008 19:06
To:
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Recommended Events
(for info about this listing, please visit noidgallery.net)
(to unsubscribe, send mail to noid-unsubscribe@lists.so36.net)

THURSDAY
The Great Escape. Funk - Swing - Boogaloo - Balkan
With the cheekiest dj's from the uk's finest festival shows:
Pony (small world) - The Worlds Tallest DJ (Spiegel Tent)
Dan Ferro (Fish Seeks Bicycle) + Guests & Live Musicians
EVERY THURSDAY 9-2pm.
Venue: Murphi's, 102-108 Clerkenwell Rd EC1, Farringond Tube 2min.
£3.-, cheap drinks, sponsored by absolutely nobody.
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FRIDAY

18:30 - 21:00
[ space ] 129 - 131 Mare Street
Exhibition open 8th November - 20th December
Through innovative engineering and robotics, 'Schematic' explores the role
that technologically mediated relationships play in shaping our attitudes
towards leisure, work, the environment and each other.
Local landscape, weather and the environment is addressed in the work of
Peter Flemming and Germaine Koh. Koh’s 'Fair-weather forces' (water level) (2008)
uses velvet ropes on stainless steel stanchions which move up and down
electronically via a sensor in relation to the water level of a nearby body of water.
Flemming’s Canoe (2003) contains a mechanized paddle apparatus. Powered by an
electric motor and battery, the paddle propels itself through the entire length
of the water filled interior of a mock canoe within the gallery space.
Playful, interactive works by Norman White, Nicholas Stedman and Joe McKay
juxtapose the ‘handmade’ with modern technology. The show will include White’s
seminal electronic 'Helpless Robot' (1987 - 2002), a freestanding robot that
seeks interaction with spectators.
Schematic is curated by Canadian curators and producers Heather Corcoran,
Michelle Kasprzak, Gillian McLver and Sarah Cook.

ALSO THIS FRIDAY
"It's My Life, Innit?"

Poet and musician ZENA EDWARDS teams up with a crew of class A musicians and
spoken word artists.
Featuring jazz-rap hero SOWETO KINCH alongside fast-lane verbal talents JONZI
D, HKB FINN, LEETO THALE
and LUCID. Expect a flow of freestyle, acappella and lyrics, all backed up with
a tighterthan-tight band
and a shed load of positive attitude.

Musicians:
Bass - Larry Bartley
Drums - Sam Aguard
Percussion - master drummer Thebe Lipere
Guitar - Jon Speedy
Keys & Efx - Jessica Lauren

To top it off we're holding an OPEN MIC SESSION. Calling poets AND musicians
who wish to come
and contribute. Sign up from 7.30pm – 1st come, 1st serve, so suggest you
come early!

8pm
Venue: The Albany, Douglas Way, Deptford, SE8 4AG
Tickets: £10 / £8 conc
Booking: 020 8692 4446 / www.thealbany.org.uk
info: www.applesandsnakes.org
facebook event:
http://www.new.facebook.com/event.php?eid=35375542340&;

jon speedy : guitarist/songwriter/arranger
+447956304887
jonspeedy@hotmail.co.uk
www.myspace.com/jonspeedy

ALSO THIS FRIDAY
The Montague Arms, 289 Queens Rd. SE15
Zoambo Zoet Workestrao (from Slovenia) see a video here
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=5UYgvT2TlH0
Harry Merry (the postman from Rotterdam), Mr. Irvine, The Balloons, Ronnie McGrath
Adm £5/£3
compereed by cracked clown Dr Burn Heart Gloss, DJ Tripteam will fill in the gaps
and visuals from Flickering Light

ALSO THIS FRIDAY

Hackney's Favourite Thrash Folk Superstars THE TOFU LOVE FROGS play their first
Stokey show of the year - come dance yourself sick!
Plus support from Victor Menace, Mush and Rabies Babies.
Doors 8pm
Entry £5
DJ's Spindrift (Le Vagabond Boogaloo Club) and Chris tofu (Continental Drifts)
will keep the party rocking till 2am!
Friday 7 November
Stokey Rocks @ Bardens Boudoir
36 Stoke Newington Rd
London N16

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SATURDAY
"A night of Hackney Adventures" hosted by Decima Gallery
19:00 - 22:00, The Round Chapel, Clapton; Lower Clapton Road E5 0PU
Stephen Micalef LIVE!
SpiriTwo LIVE!
The Hackney Boots LIVE!
Iain Sinclair BOOK SIGNING
Mark Chesterman WILL TALK ABOUT METAL DETECTING Stephen Gill PHOTOS & BOOK SIGNING
The DECIMA DANCING DOGS DANCING LIVE!
plus special guests

ALSO THIS SATURDAY

Man Make Music Winter Specials Launch with PETTER (Border Community)
Headkliners: PETTER (Border Community) - two and a half hour live set!!!
Venue: The Last Days of Decadence, 145 Shoreditch High Street // Hackney // E1 6JE
8pm-2:30am
Price: £6 concession/adv tickets/before 10pm, £8 after. Free before 9pm.
Tickets: Available from clubtickets.com, for concessions list email info@manakemusic.com
www.manmakemusic.com
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SUNDAY
Sun 9th Nov 1pm-9pm
The Ivy House, 40 Stuart Rd, Nunhead, SE15
buses 484, 343
Cris (ArtJam)
M.O.N.O. / Olympic Clampdown / Goy / Psycho Yogi / Zolan Quobble / Foul Geese /
Zoambo Zoet Workestrao / Small Faeces / Nick The Decks / Jazzman John
Adm £1 bargain!
compereed by cracked clown Dr Burn Heart Gloss, DJ Tripteam will fill in the gaps
and visuals from Flickering Light

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
12.11.2008 16:52
To:
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Looks like everything is happenin on Thursday...
Well here it is:

THURSDAY
Marvellicious repeat of USEFLESS in foundry's basement,
with an xtrordinary trumpetist at 8pm. Supreme installation
by Valentine. 89 Great Eastern Street.

ALSO THURSDAY

Free Dub Reggae night
Every Thursday @ Bar 512
8pm-2am
512 Kingsland Road E8
Dalston

ALSO THURSDAY

OOTO - Out of The Ordinary Festival Event
13 November 2008, 19:00 - 23:00
Inspiral lounge, 250 High Street Camden, London
Hook up with the amazing people from this amazing,
and very spiritual, festival.

ALSO THURSDAY
The Great Escape
Funk / Swing / Boogaloo / Balkan
DJ's Pony, The World's Tallest DJ, Dan Ferro + Guests
Every Thursday 9-2
102-108 Clerkenwell Rd EC1
Farringdon Tube E min.
£3, cheap drinks, no sponsor!

ALSO THURSDAY

Megatripolis reunion:
A benefit event for Fraser Clark
Full Moon, Thursday 13th November 2008
Starting at 10pm and finishing at 6am.
Heaven Night Club, Villiers Street, London WC2N 6NG Phone: 02072678320
Tickets
£8.00 on the door for 4 floors!
See lineup etc. here:
http://www.planetzed.co.uk/reunion.html
Advance online tickets are available at:
http://www.onlinestall.com/cgi-bin/stall2.pl?act=viewitem&item=1502
Donations to Fraser's fighting fund:
http://www.accessallareas.org/p payment
Order over the phone Tel: 02072678320 and 02072676148

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FRIDAY
The Parlour Project Space and Gallery
would like to invite you to the opening exhibition of the 2008/2009 season
titled:
Landscape I - Memory
The first in the series of exhibitions around the concepts of landscape, each
exploring a different take on this very traditional subjet matter artists have
been investigating for centuries. Featuring drawing, painting, photography,
collages, animation/installation and video by Oana Camilleri, Emily Candela,
Thomas Doran, Coco Hewitt, Sachiyo Nishimura. Curated by Kasia Kwiatkowska
PV Friday 14th November 2008 6-9pm
Exhibition open: 15th November-7th December 2008 Frid-Sun 12-5.30pm (closed
22&29 Nov)

The Parlour Project Space Gallery, 181-185 Queen's Crescent, Kentish Town,
London NW5 4DS
http://parlourprojectspace.blogspot.com

ALSO FRIDAY
Technology,Creativity and Capitalism
A short seminar and long party
with
Debra Shaw and Jeremy Gilbert
Marking the recent publication of
Technoculture: The Key Concepts by Debra Benita Shaw
and
Anticapitalism and Culture: Radical Theory and Popular Politics by Jeremy Gilbert
Friday November 14th 2008 7:00pm
RampArt social centre
15-17 Rampart Street, E1 2LA (near Whitechapel, off Commercial Road)
http://therampart.wordpress.com/location-contact/
If RampArt has been evicted then we will relocate to London Action Resource Centre
62 Fieldgate Street, E1 1ES
http://www.londonarc.org/index.php?section=2
Presented by the Centre for Cultural Studi

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SATURDAY
...shhh, it's a secret!!!...
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SUNDAY
You-Nite with Milli Moonstone, The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.

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TUESDAY

Next tuesday, 18th, from 6pm till 10pm, Art exhibition in 93A Productions (Dila's warehouse). 93A Vale rd. N4

"Interior views"
Interior Views is an open door towards subjectivity, towards our interior worlds. It’s an artistic demonstration of the differences that exist between naked reality and our perception of it.
16 artists collaborate for this Project, through their work, bringing beautiful answers to one image, creating subjective opinions of the same reality.
This is an open voyage towards the idea that identifies our thoughts with the physical world that surrounds us.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
19.11.2008 15:06
To:
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RECOMMENDED EVENTS

THURSDAY
Pauline Hall Paintings
Preview - Thurs 20th Nov 6.30 - 9.00pm
Shipton St Gallery Shipton St. London E2 7RZ

Open Sundays - 23rd & 30th Nov. 11. am - 2. pm

ALSO THURSDAY
Elisabetta Alazraki | Craig Andrews | Cecile Azoulay | Jacqueline Bebb | Adam Thomas |
Clive A Brandon | Bianca Brunner | Kim Coleman & Jenny Hogarth in collaboration with
Haroon Mirza | David Raymond Conroy | Kathryn Ferguson | Jesús Jiménez | Alastair Levy |
Paulmart | Phil Smiley | Sunshine Republic | They are Here
A china wholesaler, a butchers and even a storage garage; The James Taylor building has
been subjected to many transformations since its establishment in the heart of Hackney
during the Victorian era. Naturally, it is fitting that the monumental 10,000-square-feet
building's definitive purpose, before its arranged destruction early next year, echoes the
proverbial pun which implies all derelict warehouses will one day become art galleries.
Various events will be held during the ten day-long exhibition which will give rise to
a sense of volatility and mutability in order to provide a non-static element to the
exhibition. The events will consist of a sound performance by improvised noise outfit
Sunshine Republic during the opening night, a panel discussion with a leading critic,
a performative artist's talk by David Raymond Conroy and a walk in the area led by
Clive A Brandon. Please see website for more details.
Private View: 20 November 2008, 6 – 9 pm
Exhibition: 21 November – 30 November 2008 | Thurs - Sun, 12 - 6pm
Entrance: The James Taylor Gallery, Collent Street (off Well Street), London,E9 6SQ
Five Storey Projects
m: 078 7203 9763
e: fivestoreyprojects@googlemail.com
w: www.fivestoreyprojects.com
MATTER OF TIME
PRESS RELEASE
PV 20.11.08
21.11.08 – 30.11.08

ALSO THURSDAY
Mixed Blessings
Jonathan Darby David Le Fleming Replete Alke Schmidt SPQR
Signal Gallery
96a Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AA
Opening Preview: Thursday 20 November 6-9pm
21 November - 20 December
www.signalgallery.com
www.spip.co.nz

ALSO THURSDAY
Dub Down Dalston - Hosted by Planetman - Bar 512 - 512 Kingsland Road - Time: 9-2.

ALSO THURSDAY
The Great Escape - Pony (Small World), The Worlds Tallest DJ (Spiegel Tent),
Dan Ferro (Fish Seeks Bicycle) + Guest Live Musicians.
How'd you call that music, well sort of knees up, balcan, 40ties...
a bit of the best dancy stuff from all over the world and all times!
Highly recommendable!
@ Murphi's, 102-108 Clerkenwell Rd EC1 - Farringdon Tube 2min. £3. Time: 9-2.

FRIDAY
DA! gallery is back - in Myfair!
London's legendary, and probably biggest, squat gallery is back, so
don't miss out on one of this year's most spectacular, outsider-art
events.
18 Upper Grosvenor Street, Westminster - nearest tube: Marble Arch
Open to the public 6pm - 10pm
http://www.dagallery.co.uk/mada/

ALSO FRIDAY
TRINITY
21.00 – 03.00 Herbal, 10-14 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London - £10 Adv, MOTD
Sound system culture has informed every genre of modern black music, and has
especial resonance for the UK scene; from Dennis Rowe’s Saxon Sound, through
Jazzy B’s Soul II Soul to the Rebel MC’s Congo Natty Jungle sound. TRINITY
celebrates this culture by featuring the key players: The Legends who embody
and teach the history, and the new talent who give glimpses of the future…
This month, a truly stellar lineup from the crew:
CONGO NATTY featuring TENOR FLY & DAVID BOOMAH, THE FREESTYLERS
SAXON SOUND featuring TREVOR SAX & MUSCLEHEAD, SAXON MCs featuring COLONEL,
RUSTY, SANDY & PAPA LEVI, RUSKO, SLT MOB, JOE ARIWA & KARMELODY, L SLINGA,
RATTUS RATTUS, KLOSE ONE
http://www.Trinity-London.com

SATURDAY
DA! gallery!
London's legendary, and probably biggest, squat gallery is back!
18 Upper Grosvenor Street, Westminster - nearest tube: Marble Arch
Open to the public 10am - 4pm
http://www.dagallery.co.uk/mada/

ALSO SATURDAY
All Night Mash Up! @ Passing Clouds II ("The Empowering Church")
Life: Planetman and the Internationalz, Gravy Train, Peyoti for President
Yess Boss DJ's
9pm-6am £5 b4 11pm / £8 all night
3 Richmond Road (on the bridge) E8
www.myspace.com/planet7
www.peace.fm

ALSO SATURDAY
The Space Hijackers Fundraiser Party:
ENTRANCE STRICTLY BY PRE-REGISTRATION
November 22nd - Space Hijacker HQ - 8:30pm to Bloody late.
Nice Shoes, Wanna Fuck?
http://www.spacehijackers.org/niceshoeswannafuck/
Live Bands from 9pm! Arrive Early
The Moombas - http://www.myspace.com/themoombas
- Jumping sleasy rhythm & blues
The 0898's - http://www.myspace.com/0898
Rhythms Of Resistance- Boom Boom Samba Rebels
Lucy Darling - Burlesque Stiletto Casanovette
DJ's include: Gary Coney Island / Dave O / Bristly PIoneer / Becky
Dress code:
Shoes only fit for the bedroom, Flippant Philanderers in fancy footwear,
Husky Hussys in high heels, naughty housewives and what goes on behind closed doors,
exotic erotic treasures hidden in the cupboard, what would the neighbours think?
Dress to undress!
Location: Space Hijackers HQ, Limehouse, London

SUNDAY
DA! gallery!
London's legendary, and probably biggest, squat gallery is back!
18 Upper Grosvenor Street, Westminster - nearest tube: Marble Arch
Open to the public 10am - 4pm
http://www.dagallery.co.uk/mada/

ALSO SUNDAY
form 12:00 noon: Peoples Republic of Southwark mini eco fair at The Spike:
- a bring & take event: if you have any small, easy to carry household items
(clothes, toys, books, dvds, similar) that you do not need any more, bring them
along and give them to someone else, or pick up anything you might need. Please
do not bring any electrical or bulky items.
- Hear about and taste the invisible food (wild food project)
- Learn first hand how a sustainable community can operate in an inner city area
- Prepare your allotments, gardens or pots for spring with the seed swap: if you
have any surplus seeds bring them along and exchange them for different ones
- Take part in an art project
- Listen to some live music
Or simply come along and have a look at what we're doing.
For more information check: http://www.peoplesrepublicofsouthwark.co.uk

http://www.spikesurplus.org
http://www.myspace.com/spikesurplus
http://www.surpluspeople.blogspot.com
http://www.petitiononline.com/paulk
The Spike, 39b Consort Road, Peckham, London and South East SE15 2PR
Cost: Free

TUESDAY
"Let Them Eat Gak" @ The Rhythm Factory.
The Hoodlums, Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, Kid Champion + Klezma Villanova
Free before 8.30, £3 after. A wicked night of Psycho Country, Skiffle,
Klezmer, Rock'n'Roll'n'Tings. For all those who believe the London live
music scene has nothing unexpected! Please draw your attention to the
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, who had their breakthrough in 26 Calvert Avenue
when times were good... BACK FROM HELL! Come and dress in your most
western outfit, this is Psycho Country so they say...
http://myspace.com/lonesomecowboysfromhell
http://myspace.com/hoodlumsband
http://www.myspace.com/klezmavillanova
http://www.myspace.com/kidchampionmusic

NEXT WEEK AND LATER
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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
26.11.2008 18:03
To:
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Recommended Events

THURSDAY Nov 27th

Nick Harrison & Tom Allalone & The 78s playing live. Sort of Neo-Rock'n'Roll.
From 8.15pm.

Industry, 1 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3JX

Tickets £6 adv from Ticket Web. For more details check out -
http://www.facebook.com/events.php?ref=sb#/event.php?eid=35435328969

ALSO THURSDAY

The Others, 6-8 Stoke Newington Road
Thur 27th 7.30pm Cabaret > Jewel in the Mud
Doors 8pm, £7/£5

Golden Nipple productions presents another night of soulful mischief,
laughter, poetry, story, clown, song and things so fantastic it is just not
possible to define them with Moksha, Dave Pepper, Tom Trelawny, Fran
Wurzinder the romantic clown, Laurence Shorter and his funky dance socks,
music from Zoot Lynham and story and song from Dan the Hat and Sam Walker.
Golden nipple productions.

ALSO THURSDAY

Dub Down Dalston - Hosted by Planetman - Bar 512 - 512 Kingsland Road - Time: 9-2.

ALSO THURSDAY

The Great Escape - Pony (Small World), The Worlds Tallest DJ (Spiegel Tent),
Dan Ferro (Fish Seeks Bicycle) + Guest Live Musicians.
How'd you call that music, well sort of knees up, balcan, 40ties...
a bit of the best dancy stuff from all over the world and all times!
Highly recommendable!
@ Murphi's, 102-108 Clerkenwell Rd EC1 - Farringdon Tube 2min. £3. Time: 9-2.

ALSO THURSDAY

The Optimists Society and the London Chocolate Meetup Group have joined forces with
STOP THE TRAFFIK to organize The World's Largest Chocolate Fondue Party, a fundraising
event to raise global awareness on the slave trade issue happening in the cocoa industry:

http://www.stopthetraffik.org/fondueparty

The event will take place on Thursday, November 27th at the Charterhouse bar, and will be
action-packed with fair trade chocolate yummies, goodies and raffle tickets - prizes include
from free massages to a flight in a private plane

Tickets are £10 each, if you donate that amount on our Justgiving page
(http://www.justgiving.com/chocolateparty) you will get a guaranteed place on our paid
guest list. You can also pay on the night.

Aiming for the Guinness Book of Records as THE world's largest chocolate fondue party!!

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FRIDAY Nov 28th Nov

Critical Mass London
The London Mass meets at 6.00pm on the last Friday of every month on the South
Bank under Waterloo Bridge, by the National Film Theatre.

The London monthly rides started in April 1994. It isn't just for cyclists,
sometimes there are wheelchairers, skateboarders, roller bladers, roller
skaters and other self-propelled people. Cycle sound systems often play music
on the ride.

http://www.criticalmasslondon.org.uk/

'let's make it an E.ON F.OFF-themed critical mass'

ALSO FRIDAY

The Islington Art Society which has many members who live and work in
Hackney is displaying paintings, original prints, collages, sculptures,
ceramics, glass and photography in its 68th Autumn Exhibition in The
Gallery, Stoke Newington Library, Edwards Lane (off Stoke Newington Church
Street), N16. Visitors will have the opportunity to view around 300
exhibits, most of which are for sale, and also meet some of the Society’s
artists. The Exhibition is open: weekdays 12noon-4pm, Saturdays 11am-5pm,
Sunday 1pm-5pm from Friday 21st to Saturday 29th November.

www.islingonartsociety.org.uk

ALSO FRIDAY

International Solidarity Movement Benefit Gig

Benefit Gig, for International Solidarity Movement, Palestinian led resistance
to Occupation Aparthied and Ethnic Cleansing.

Benefit Gig this friday at the London and Brighton squatted pub, 139 Queens
Road, Peckham, SE15 2ND

Live bands, Wolf and Only Joe. DJ, xRats. Doors from 9.30, music from 10, entry
£3.00

ALSO FRIDAY

Andrew Child • Ryan Mosley • Sam Plagerson
Private View Friday 28th November 2008 6.30-9.30pm

Cell Project Space, 258 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA
+44(0)207241 3600, info@cell.org.uk, http://www.cell.org.uk

29th November 2008-11th January 2009
Open Friday-Sunday 12-6pm.
Seasonal closure from December 22nd 2008 - January 8th 2009

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SATURDAY Nov 29th

E.ON vs. Greenwash Guerillas

8am-10am. Meet up in Trafalgar Square at 8.00am to head down to E.ON's
London office at 100 Pall Mall and show E.ON their greenwash won't wash.
All inventive greenwash actions welcome!

World Development Movement - kids demo at E.ON
Meet at 10am in Trafalgar Square for the children to add their footprints
to the banner, then take our footprints to a 'No new coal' protest outside
E.ON's London offices in Pall Mall. Come along with your children and
participate.

Stop Coal Sticker Rush:
Keep the pressure up on E.ON by spreading the word and putting up some E.ON
F.OFF & Stop Coal stickers - you can get them from the Coal Hole (91-92
Strand, WC2R 0DW) from 1pm-3pm on Saturday.

ALSO SATURDAY

The return of RumbleTeaser

Featuring:
Fish Seeks Bicycle, Small World, Earth Circus Network, Bass Thirsty Pitfunk

Cabaret, Fancy Dress, Cafes, Cinema, Stalls, Gallery.

£10 - for a multi-room, wicked party - WOOOOW says Jan

Call 07792 587973 or 07943670900 from 6pm for location!

Confirmed LIVE
Kingsize 5 – 11piece jitterbug boogaloo
Manjinga 7 – Mad infectious festival swing
The Worm – Fresh and funky Malian looped soul

Confirmed DJ’s
The Crafty Rascols, Wolds's Tallest DJ, Pony, Debs Elemental,
Planetman, Hue Jah Fink, Ruth Bloomers

Venue
At a secret location in London, a fitting venue for all the wonderful artists and you, the
most creative and fun audience out there, who make it all happen in the most special
way that you know how. This will be a party with a large capacity and a multi room
environment. You can expect anything and everything from spectacular aerial performance,
pyrotechnics stage show, top live festival bands on an awesome sound system,
spacious comfy chill out area, cabaret, stalls, sideshows, performance, extensive décor,
art installations, cafes, cocktail bar and a BIG INDOOR SMOKING AREA! all within
a loving, warm, relaxed and carefree hedonistic atmosphere.

Theme : This is a participation event and we expect everyone to dress up. We want
EVERYONE to make an effort and match the huge lengths we are going to in producing
this spectacular.

Music
Big live acts the night will be an eclectic upbeat gumbo of swing, balkan, gypsy & world,
funk, folk, afrobeat, ska, rhythm n Blues, latin, dub, disco and general leftfield boogaloo.
DJ's revert from Funk, breaks, balkan, boogaloo and electro to trance, tech, latin and
DnB and everything fun in-between.

See the RumbleTeaser Facebook event page for up to the minute info.
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=36916302826

Join the Small World facebook group to be kept up to date, chat, post photos, videos.
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6332861515

ALSO SATURDAY Nov 29th

Dissident Dubs 1

Peckham Benefit party for the Anarchist Bookfair and Dissident Island Radio.

Dissident Island presents a night of Dub, Dubstep, DnB and more

Luke.Envoy: Tempa/ Wonderland/ Hotfush
Ronin: Headfuk/NFA/uncut.fm
Delsa: Total Niceness
DJ Dirt: Abacus/ uncut.fm
Ballcat: Dissident Island/ Uncut.fm.
La Etnia: Wireless fm

plus the mighty Dissident Island Djs

£3 quid donation.

The London
& Brighton
154 Asylum Rd,
10:00 onwards

ALSO SATURDAY

The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington

Fri 28th 6pm Exhibition > The Art Ensemble

An exhibition combining Moving image in the form of short film from some of
London's best young film makers. Also including 2D art, figurative
portraites, digital Prints and collages.
The Screenings will take place in two halves the first half will be at 8PM
the second will be at 10PM Dj's The Cook and Kiersty (ATVS1984)

Screenings: Alais Cummins, Destiny Ekaragha, Michael Donlevy,
Consuelo Gendi, George Gendi, Alex Kalyminios, Squid

2D: Tarragon Smith, Ali Tareen, Adrian Willliams, Kris Wlodarski

ALSO SATURDAY

You Me Bum Bum Train: Music/Arts - Performance. 18:00 - 22:00
Cordy House, 87-95 Curtain Road, London

Held in a large Shoreditch warehouse - You Me Bum Bum Train is designed to
mentally and visually astound, leaving you overwhelmed and exhilarated. You
are swiftly chaperoned into a wheelchair and are then taken on the bizarre
25 minute fairground-type experience that is the 2008 You Me Bum Bum Train
ride. You are the soul participant on a voyage through a maze of 15
scenarios where over 70 costumed artistes act out micro-performances. The
extent of your interaction with the performers depends on you. You leave
the ride in a totally different emotional state from the one you were in
when you embarked on the journey. Psychologically bedraggled, mesmerised or
uplifted as never before....

The event, now in its fourth year, has received high critical acclaim.
£15 at the door - that means NONE of the artists gets paid (AGAIN)

doabackflip@yahoo.com

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SUNDAY Non 30th

Sun 30th 7pm Live > You-Nite Showcase, Plus Special guest:
Sofizel and the wild bunch, Andrew Bailey, plus Dj Hearing Aide
all there to spice it up before hand, and Hearing Aide will be skywalker
steppin your winter freeze off We may even have time for a Jam... Yehhhh

The Others
Top floor
6 and 8 Manor Road
London
N16 5SA

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TUESDAY Dec 2nd

A one-off screening with Chicago based artist filmmaker Ben Russell,
Tuesday 2nd December at our usual venue Café 1001.

Russell is an itinerant experimental filmmaker and curator who has shown
his work at venues and festivals all over the world. His films range from
rigorous experimental ethnographies to phenomenological cinematic
investigations. Ben Russell will present his entire TRYPPS film series, and
a live film and sound performance.

Please visit http://www.close-upvideos.com/film-program/ben-russell-trypps-trypps-try... to view the full Film Program.

Ben Russell will also lead a workshop the following day, exploring the
manipulation of sound and image through radical interventions in printing,
processing and projection. For further information visit
www.no-w-here.org.uk or call 0207 7294494

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noid_24.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
03.12.2008 18:14
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Recommended Events:

MONDAY - SATURDAY noon-6pm

Freedom Bookshop, Angel Alley / Near Gunthorpe Street
Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX.
The alley is next to the KFC near Aldgate East tube, Whitechapel Art Gallery exit.

This age-old institution has now a massive collection of t-shirts,
guess from what workshop... So if you are looking for that very
special christmas present, here you can get it. Make one of your
loved ones and yourself happy and last but not least, support Jan
as the progenitor of most of these prints so that he, too, can
have a happy holiday and looks forward to come back to this city
after the holidays - and support the Anarchist Bookshop!

Eat All Vegans, Guantanamo Bay, NO:ID and more... over 120 t-shirts,
hoodies and high vis vests. Not to forget patches, and hey:
many good books as well!!! The shop has moved into a bright and
light room downstairs and is absolutely worth checking out!

Please spread the word!

WEDNESDAY

"Open", first event in a series of event brought to you by thelondonunderground.net.
Address: Map Studio Cafe, 46 Grafton Road, London NW5 3DU
Tel: 0207 916 0544/5

ALSO WEDNESDAY

Nonclassical:
Battle of the Bands
The MacBeth
70 Hoxton Street

ALSO WEDNESDAY

Cinema Libre, 19:00 - 23:00: Climate Change Special
The Library House, 52 KNATCHBULL ROAD

THURSDAY

"Pull the other one"
Comedy and Extravagance
The Long Ship Lectures
Bushman Tony Tucker Survival Speciaist
Close up with David Don't
Pierette Socobaz and DJ Ratsmilk
Sooty No Sweep / Anne Pigalle
Inder Manocha

The Ivy House, Stuart Road, Nunhead SE15
£5 b4 8.30pm

ALSO THURSDAY

Dub Down Dalston
Planetman and the Internationalz Live
Bar 512, 512 Kingsland Road
Normally free entrance, but this time please donate minimum £2 to the musicians.
Good reggae vibes

FRIDAY

There is a wicked art scene up in Haringey - already noticed???

Show Shine Show - "a live drawing performance and exhibition"
First London exhibition of remarkable outstanding drawings by Paolo Mennea.
All the pictures are made with shoe polish.
Free entry.
Musicians.
Refreshments.

http://issuu.com/pm00/docs/the-car-accident/1?zoomed=&zoomPercent=&zoomX...

Exhibition at Umbrella Works,
Unit 10d, Omega Works, 167 hermitage Rd.
6pm-12pm

ALSO FRIDAY

The llaunch of 'CONSCIOUS REVERB', at the original and wholesome PASSING CLOUDS!!

A blend of roots reggae, inspiring MCs, plenty of dancing and good vibrations.

There will also be dinner available (no need to book) and a food exhibition with info around ethical food issues, seasonality and health...

...A place to dance with a chance to learn too...

>From 9pm until late, £5 all night.

Passing Clouds,
1 Richmond Road, just off Kingsland Road, behind the pub on the corner.
Knock on the grey door!
Dalston,E8

SATURDAY

National Climate March.

March on Parliament to demand that the government acts on climate now !
Part of a Global Day of Action - see www.globalclimatecampaign.org
- last year 70+ countries were involved !

The march this year goes to Parliament Square to demand that the government act now
on climate. The march will now start at Grosvenor Square (5 mins from Speakers Corner,
Hyde Park - Bond Street or Marble Arch tube. Apologies for any confusion over starting
point see more here) - assemble 12 noon.

Speakers will include Nick Clegg (leader Liberal Democrat Party), Caroline Lucas
(leader, Green party), Michael Meacher (ex-Environment Minister) and George Monbiot
(Honorary President, Campaign against Climate Change).

Musical interlude Seize the Day

The march will be preceeded by a climate protest bike ride starting from Lincoln's Inn
Fields at 10.30 am.

There will be a Climate Change Service at Hinde Street church at 11.30 am
- worshippers will join the march afterwards. See more here.

There will be an After-Party in the Synergy Centre from 5.00 pm till late.

The March on Parliament has four main themes -
1) NO to a 3rd runway at Heathrow and the runaway expansion in aviation expansion.
2) NO new coal - no new coal-fired power stations as planned at eg Kingsnorth in Kent
3) NO to the expansion of agrofuels - with negative impacts on forests, the climate and world food supply.
4) YES to a renewable energy revolution and green jobs - a "Green new Deal"
Come with your own banners, costumes etc on one of these themes (if you fancy !) and join up with others pushing that theme......

The March on Parliament for the Climate marks the Saturday midway through the UN Climate Talks
in Poznan, Poland and we make our demands on the UK government in solidarity with the world's
poorest and most vulnerable communities that will suffer worst and most immediately from
climate change caused overwhelmingly by the rich long-industrialised countries.

We need the government to act now on climate, to stop building coal-fired power stations
and new runways - and to begin the renewable energy revolution. We need a tidal wave of
people outside parliament to make them act to stop climate catastrophe now ! Be part of
that tidal wave, be there ! Next year may be too late.

http://www.campaigncc.org/

ALSO SATURDAY

Crossing Channels / Benefit @ Rampart Social Centre December 2008

for details and updates see: http://london.noborders.org.uk/node/39
A NoBorders Benefit for Transnational Solidarity

featuring:

52 Commercial Road (rock/experimental
http://www.myspace.com/52commercialroaduk)
# sista zoum (reggea/french hiphop http://www.myspace.com/sistazoum )
# Danny Fontaine & The Horns of Fury ( alternative/progressive/ska
www.myspace.com/dannyfontaineandthehornsoffury )
# onlyjoe ( dub/punk http://www.myspace.com/onlyjoe )
# DJ Martin Klang ( electro, breakbeat http://www.last.fm/music/Martin.Klang )
# xtrats ( drum & bass http://xtrats.ucrony.net )
more acts tba ...
£5/£3 suggested donation at door ...

Venue: Rampart Social Centre, Rampart Street, Whitechapel, E1 2LA
http://therampart.wordpress.com

read more about whats happening across the Channel at
http://london.noborders.org.uk/node/2

London NoBorders

SUNDAY

Live Acts with You-Nite
ft Vibe Machine, Rev Norm special guests Lank Doors 7pm Acts 8pm £2
A hand selected slice of London's furry entertainment underside... showcased for you, by You-Nite... every Sunday
This weeks special guests are Lank performing for the 2nd time at You-Nite... now with their new drummer...
with a special jam sesh after... bring your good times and happy vibes.
The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.

NEXT TUESDAY

Tom Allalone and the 78's, balloons, free mince pies, 3 amazing bands,
Brazil Nuts, tangerines, SUBURBAN KINGS DJS in both rooms all night,
and general festive frivolity!

Kicking off the night, THE EARLY SWERVE, the South East London collective
combining blistering vocal harmonies with diamond sharp contemporary
narratives and a ragged skiffle aesthetic. Just back from tour dates
with Glasvegas, main support comes courtesy of INFA RED… majestic,
dark, often touching and always beautiful.

Tom Allalone and the 78's, sort of neo-swingabilly, is headlining,
and they’ll be a Christmas hit from all the bands!

In the Pink Bar… Suburban Kings DJs and Free mince pies!

Leave the cynicism and world hating depression until Christmas proper
and come and celebrate surviving this long with us...Ho Ho Ho!

Doors open 7pm. Entry is FREE.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
10.12.2008 17:37
To:
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RECOMMENDED EVENTS

MONDAY - SATURDAY

Freedom Bookshop, 12 noon - 6pm: selling radical books and t-shirts.
Now new: "Anarchy in a heart". A collection of 30 one-off shirts. Please support and get your presents here.
Location:
Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX.
http://www.freedompress.org.uk/

THURSDAY

Dub Down Dalston. 512 Kingsland Road. Entrance Free.

ALSO THURSDAY

There is a new art action space in a former nursing home now, and it's
called "Krankenhouse".

Art Gallery every Thursday where music bands, soloist, jamming, djing and
some circus performances take part in the evening.

Adress: 149, Park Road N8 Crouch End
Telephone: 07914831944.
Transportation: W7,W3 from Finsbury Park Station
N41,N144 from Holloway, Archway, Turnpike Lane, Tottenham. N91 from Kings Cross, Trafalgar Square.

FRIDAY

"On The Surface"

an exhibition of work by eleven contemporary artists exploring the covering,
uncovering and discovering of marks on surfaces.
Guest-curated by Cally Trench

PV Friday 12th December 2008 6-9pm
Exhibition open: 13th December-18th January 2008 Fri-Sun 12-5.30pm (closed
26-28 Dec)

The Parlour Project Space Gallery, 181-185 Queen's Crescent, Kentish Town,
London NW5 4DS
http://parlourprojectspace.blogspot.com

ALSO FRIDAY

The last Wormfood of the year is THIS FRIDAY 12th December!

Passing Clouds
The Empowering Church
3 Richmond Rd
Dalston E8 3HY
9pm-4am
£6 on the door

We have possibly our best lineup ever - an amazing mix of African, reggae, swing, soul and dancehall flavours:
The Correspondents - 20s and 30s swing rejigged for the 21st century
Harare - 6 piece Zimbabwean dance band
Afrique Bwantu - 11piece explosive afrobeat orchestra
Atlay(DJ) - ragga, reggae and dancehall straight from the Carribean
Nico 'Farka' Perez (DJ) - bouncy mashup of baltimore beats, malian grooves and exotic soundtracks
If you haven't been to a Wormfood party before, or you haven't been to Passing Clouds before,
it's a special thing. Good vibes, beautiful location (inside that is...), cheap drinks and all round niceness.
This is our last Wormfood until March, so we hope you'll come and celebrate!
To anyone we don't see - thank you all so much for your support this year, and best wishes for a brilliant 2009

ALSO FRIDAY

Friday 12th of December 2008 8pm -3am -=#

No Borders/ Queer exile benefit gig
at the Old Buddist Centre, Carlisle Lane, London SE1 7LG
This is a split benefit for London NoBorders and also for a very dear friend and Hackney
Queer Activist who has recently been refused return to the UK by the bastard Home Office

Featuring Rabies Babies - http://www.rabiesbabies.com/
Bogus Gasman - http://www.myspace.com/bogusgasman
Spanner (Bristol based Ska Punk legends) - http://www.spannerintheworks.net/
Victor Menace (Ninja Folk balkan reggae gypsy fusion)
http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewProfile&friendI...

Performances by Tainted and Smaxxx
DJ's Raju Rocket & Mashed Patato
Suggested donation £5

From 8 to 3pm
(So yous can get plenty of beauty sleep before Behind Bars:-)

SATURDAY

Freedom Party
Celebrating that the anarchist bookshop has moved into its nice downstairs
location. Good opportunity to catch one of the no:id one-off prints.
Should be from 8pm till midnight or so.
Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX.
http://www.freedompress.org.uk/

ALSO SATURDAY

93a Productions Presents
A night of live world music and seasonal celebration
Bands:
The mighty Gipsydelica
Ernesto Estruch
DJ Sarah Sea & DJ Miggy
Drinks from 9pm - 3am
93a Vale Road, London N4
£5 door, £3 cheap list - for cheap list call Dila: 07765840410

ALSO SATURDAY

Party, theme: Mighty Boosh or any silly fancy dress and cheerful vibes welcome.
Address: Unit K7 Arena Design Centre, Ashfield Road London N4 1NY

TUESDAY

"Another Private View"
Julien Thomasset

16 December 2008
18:00 - 22:00
umbrella
10d omega works 167 hermitage rd N4 1LZ
London, United Kingdom

Life bucket bass performance - probably. And more.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
16.12.2008 18:24
To:
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Recommended Events

EVERY DAY

noon-6pm

freedom bookshop. for all your revolutionary needs.
books, t-shirts, bags, badges, more books, nice people to
talk to and advise on squatting upstairs.

84b Whitechapel High Street. London E17QX.

THURSDAY

exhibition: john lee bird : elements

Arena Music Premises 18:00 - 22:00
71 Ashfield Road

before encore is an exhibition of paintings by john lee bird;
portraits of 'everyone I think the world should know about'
combined with live shows by these unique subjects.

They're performers, club kids, designers, musicians and visual artists.
They're the people who inspire him,
who he admires,
who he doggedly pursues;
his friends who he wants to shine a light on.

The exhibition is his real life top trumps selection, his obsession, his living archive
and his ever growing family tree of amazing individuals.

Subjects include Noel Fielding, Julian Barratt, Jarvis Cocker, Robots in Disguise,
Lightspeed Champion, Matthew Glamorre, Richard Torry, Russella, Madam, Crazy Girl
and Paloma Faith, Patrick Wolf, Joan Wasser, le Gateau Chocolat, Jodie Harsh,
Ryan Styles, Boogaloo Stu, Johnny Woo, Bishi, Empress Stah, Scottee, Buster Bennett
and Miss High Leg Kick..

The portraits are 5.5 by 3.5 feet, iconic and almost cartoon-like in style,
rendered on canvas in acrylic and emulsion.

.............................................................................
In addition to selections from the before encore project we will be showing
works from john lee bird's memento mori, some time spent there and madame papillon series'.
.............................................................................

Press enquiries: For a full list of subjects, details of performances, interviews and
further images please contact: Abigail Bamsey 07971 455879 abigail.bamsey@gmail.com

For galleries please visit: www.johnleebird.com

Biography:
John lee bird lives in London. He once lived in Ipswich (in Suffolk) where he went
to school, played with his cousins and liked to buy rabbits to afford him some time
with his father whilst making the hutches.
He studied art at Ipswich College, dropped out to work in a record shop and ended
up as the Manager and stayed there 5 years before throwing his arms up in the air
and returning to study art properly. He then had a little accident and forgot to
eat anything, and was forced to work in a record shop again (after he'd gotten a
little fatter) whilst he saved money to go to university the next year.
He studied fine art at London Guildhall University whilst working at theatres and
nightclubs and finally graduated in 2000.
Since then he has worked as a duty manager in theatres and as a primary school
teacher and now he works as a full time artist; freelancing for different companies
and most importantly to him, working on his own art.
John lee bird was 33 on the 3rd January 2008.

Previous Exhibitions:
John Lee Bird has exhibited work in his hometown of Ipswich, in Cambridge,
Bristol, Southampton, Plymouth, and at Kielder in Northumberland. He has also
had various solo exhibitions in London including: his degree show in 2000 at
Guildhall University (now London Metropolitan), in Gloucester Road 2002, at the
Truman Brewery (Brick Lane) 2004, at the Start Centre in Woolwich 2004, at the
Phoenix 369 Gallery (Edinburgh) 2005, at The 20th Century Theatre in Notting Hill
(before encore - 2006, before encore 2 – 2007, before encore 3 - 2008), at the
UBOX Gallery in Vauxhall Dec 2007 and Feb 2008, at Simon Carter in Covent Garden
in April 2008, at the Stratford Old Town Hall June 2008 and shows regularly at
his studio in East Ham.

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FRIDAY

GHost

Hosted by the Belfry project

Guest curated by Sarah Sparkes and Ricarda Vidal

St John’s Church
On Bethnal Green
200 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA
(next to Bethnal Green tube)

19th December 6.00 - 9.30

In 1953 Marcel Duchamp made an artwork titled “A Guest + A Host = A Ghost”.

Etymologically “guest” and “host” go back to the same roots. The Middle English
(h)oste meant both “guest” and “host”. It also meant “stranger, alien” and it is
only a small step from there to “ghost”, to the disembodied spirit, the shadowy
or evanescent form wandering among the living like an uninvited guest.

For this show we take Duchamp’s calculation literally and play with the relations
between hosts, ghosts and guests. With the Belfry project in the role of the Host
and artist/curator Sarah Sparkes and curator Ricarda Vidal in the role of the
Guests we will produce a night of Ghosts. In the spirit of the Christmas tradition
of telling ghost stories on the long dark winter nights and following in the footsteps
of Charles Dickens, Ghost story writer M.R. James and the BBC, this will be a night
of spooky yarns to warm you up on a chilly winter evening.

The project will take the form of a one-night event where the film “Whistle and
I’ll come to you” (1968, Omnibus) an M.R. James story, adapted by Jonathan Miller
for the Omnibus series, will be shown alongside artist films and a series of
performances and interventions.

Installations around the church from 6.00pm , with film screenings in the church from 7.30pm

Mince pies and mulled wine. Bring a blanket!

artists

Federico Campanale, Ami Clarke, Andrew Cooper, Jo David, Lisa Fielding-Smith,
Tessa Garland, Magnus Irvin, Richard Mansfield, Albert Price, Sabine Schoebel,
Niki Sehmi, Rosco S. Treadaway, The Rector: (Rev. Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly),
Darshana Vora,Phill Wilson Perkins, And others…

http://host-a-ghost.blogspot.com

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SATURDAY

Passing Clouds Christmas Dress Up Party
21:00 - 05:00
Original Passing Clouds
Richmond Rd. just off Kingsland Rd.

celebrating Christmas with style!

You are invited to the official Passing Clouds Christmas mash up at the original venue where it all began!

live program featuring:

Planetman and The Internationalz (all dressed up ;))
http://www.myspace.com/planet7

Mr. Shifter (conscious uk hip hop)
http://www.myspace.com/mistashifta

also we'll be having a Live festive jam with guests including MC Angel, IJahMo, and more to be confirmed!

Quality party tunes all night with DJ Cal Jader (movimientos) and guests.
Good Vibes n Mad Costumes
Special Cocktail Bar and chillout upstairs!

Original Passing Clouds
Richmond Rd. just off Kingsland Rd.
behind the pub on the corner

come celebrate with us the birth of a legend...

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ALSO SATURDAY

WE, LIKE YOU - AN EVENING OF UPFRONT BANDS, DJ'S & VISUALS...
EMAIL BACK FOR GUESTLIST PLACES!!!

BLURB:

Christmas starts on the 20th of December at the We, Like You Christmas party special.
Their headliner is coming all the way over from Belgium to give you lucky festive free
spirits a heart-core LIVE electro set in the form of SHAMEBOY. The support act comes
in the shape of FREE FALL COLLECTIVE, who fuse live breaks with hip hop and funk
providing a stage performance commonly likened to the prodigy. Behind the decks,
STEVE STRAWBERRY from tilted disco and the house give us a set along with Shoreditch’s
favourite dj collective – The smartly dressed BLACK TIE DJS. If that isn’t enough,
the We, Like You team has managed to fit in another free after party until 6am, so
drink and be merry and let’s go crackers at the We, Like You Christmas party.

INFO:

Saturday 20th December 2008
@ 93 Feet East
150 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
Tube: Aldgate East, Liverpool St, Old St
Info: we@productionlondon.com
Doors: 7pm - 1am
After Party: Free afterparty until 6am with 93 Stamp

PRICES:

Before 8pm: Free
>From 8pm: £5

Advanced Tickets:

http://www.wegotickets.com

LIVE STAGE:

Shameboy (Live Electro)
Freefall Collective (Live Brealbeat)
Black Tie DJ's (DJ Set)

DJ ROOM:

Papa La Bass
Jazzwax
Novice of Genius
Mr Doris

VISUALS:

Fat Butcher

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.myspace.com/welikeyoulondon
http://www.93feeteast.co.uk
http://www.productionlondon.com

Facebook Group - We Like You

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SUNDAY

Folk Stomp
Continental Drifts and The Magpie's Nest Present: Global Local - Folk Stomp
Cargo, Rivington St., London; 19:30-1am

Line Up:
Cut A Shine
-The Original Hackney Hoe Down

The Long Notes
- Foot Stompin' Dance Tunes

Katy Carr
- Sensational and eclectic alt-folk songstress

Plaster of Paris
- avart-garde folk pop stylings

7:30 pm - 1am First Band on at 8:30pm

FREE BEFORE 9pm

£5, £3 guest lists email info@cutashine.co.uk

Tube: Liverpool Street, Old Street Stations
Bus: 26, 35, 47, 48, 78, 149, 242

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MONDAY

KRANKENHOUSE PROJECT of crouch end Krammed Kranken Kabaret... Monday 22nd December....
A terrible Kabaret with Roc Roc It and La troupe chingona of Krankenhouse+music+crow bar+performances.....

"Cabinets of Cairo" 22nd Nov, 8pm - sunrise @da krankenhouse

keep the 22nd of november free, bring your friends... and embark on a raucus procession to
crouch end where nestled next to the beautiful Queens Wood we shall be bringing you another
occassion of crazy-ass joy and wonderment.

We are scheming a lineup of stomping music, puppet enchantment... a corridor of cabinetted
curiousities to explore, floating sofatime, wandering gardens of fireside singing, rooftop
dawn of steaming tea and sharing blankets as the sun rises.... and a sunday spent tree
climbing in the woods maybe?

We intive you come and jam with us..... as we riff off each other and explore this
amazing building and grounds

8pm till dawn

Tickets- £7 adv, £8 with flyer, £10 on door

myspace.com/cafecairo 4 more
myspace.com/krankenhouseproject

Krankenhouse, 149 Park Road, London N8

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PREVIEW

Small World New Year's Party!!!

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
04.02.2009 18:14
To:
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Printer friendly version: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

It's simple – Thursdays all the galleries having their big night, Friday is good for pubs, Saturday
for parties and concerts, and Sunday for jam sessions. So never mind the snow, London has not come
to a standstill.
We will no longer advertise things here that do not need advertising, instead, this is for the
intimate shows where you can expect to find inspiration, conversation, and – in a couple of years –
say: remember, when this was still underground???

THURSDAY 5th

Trap2 Gallery Launch Night
Corresponds with Time Out's First Thursdays - late night art viewings on the first Thursday of the
month in LondonTrap2 Gallery Launch Night
Corresponds with Time Out's First Thursdays - late night art viewings on the first Thursday of the
month in London's East End.
Ben Barbour, Cake, Darren Coffield, Paul Cummings, Conrad Frankel, Meiko, David Price, Sara,
Emanuele Tudsico, Gary Winship
47 Mowlem street / just off Viner St.

Contact: info@trap2gallery.com
Viner St. is one of the most important locations for East End Art, get down if you have not been –
if you have, you will anyway...

ALSO

First Thursday – almost all galleries in the East End will be open till late, so check out your
local!

FRIDAY 6th

London No Borders Network Party
rampArt Social Centre, 15-17 Rampart St.
Featuring live acts:
# Radio Revolucion - reggae/punk/drum n bass
(http://www.myspace.com/radiorevolucion)
# FGC - reggae/ska/punk (http://www.myspace.com/fgc)
Plus DJs:
# Len - pop/punk/electro/trash
And much more TBC!
Refreshments available.
Suggested donation: £5 waged/£3 unwaged
http://london.noborders.org.uk
SATURDAY 7st
Other Things (indie rock, electro) @ The comedy Pub-Piccadilly
Doors open 7pm, show 8pm, £5!
www.myspace.com/theotherthings

ALSO
The Dead Plants, famous skiffle band, playing The Stags Head, Orsman Rd / off Kingsland Rd., 9pm.

ALSO
Brothers Bab Launch Night

Live acts: Brothers Bab, The Worm, Cut A Shine, Joe Driscoll

£8 Including FREE Brothers Bab CD

Passing Clouds / The Empowering Church, 3 Richmond Road, Dalston, E8

SUNDAY 8st

You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, with some amazing musicians,
playing a mesmerizing jazzy blend of blues and Indian classical music.
Milli Moonstone plays sarangi, “India's best kept secret”, Janmaat plays an advanced form of bucket
bass, plus amazing regulars. This is a real tip. And table football for free.

ALSO

Plantman and the Internationalz Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., witness some of
London's finest musicians from the reggae/afrobeat/funk scene in a lovely atmosphere.

ALSO
The Byte Stripes @ Feedback
Vibe Bar, The Truman Brewery, E1
The Bytestripes mix lush melodic electronica with a healthy dose of rave influences and will be
playing a 45 minute set at the popular Feedback night at The Vibe
www.myspace.com/thebytestripes
Live burlesque action:
Andy Sex Druid and Miss Hertz angle bump and grind their naughty bits. Aurelia Dare will be
showcasing her new act MORE burlesque acts to be confirmed.
Visual stimulation: Dead pixels. DJ’s Ian T, Tim Spins and Nick Slim

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Subject:
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From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
11.02.2009 16:05
To:
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Printer friendly version: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

The NO:ID screen print workshop is back! Starting on Monday, February 23rd, 4pm-8pm, Jan will offer
D.I.Y. screen printing classes at a not so secret location in East London (Dalston, to be more
precise). If you are up for it, please get in touch – for example, by hitting the reply button to
this email. The attendance fee is only £20, to mention beforehand.
THURSDAY 12th

Thursday 12th Music > A Music Club (with man from uranus + now + raagnagrok + dj shintaro)
The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington
£4 entry
Doors 7pm
Raagnagrok - on at 8pm
http://www.myspace.com/raagapunks
"drones/sitar/synthesizers/darkness/the void/space/the universe/sound/silence/noise/other"
Now - on at 9pm
http://www.nowtheband.com + http://www.myspace.com/nowtheband.com
"a catchy, contemporary, inventive, exotic, melodious, harmonious and disharmonious 21st century
experimental-pop band"
Man From Uranus - on at 10pm
http://www.manfromuranus.com
plus DJ Shintaro Taketani (Club Pacific)

FRIDAY 13th
burn raphael: series 3 - anti-valentine special
with Lonesome Cowboys from Hell and Meat Sweats (Psycho Country / Noise Performance)
free live music - doors 7 on till 9.30pm
at Madame Lillies, 10 Casenove Road, Stoke Newington, N16 6BD
Here are the Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, yee-hah (on about 8.30pm):
http://www.lonesomecowboysfromhell.com
Here are Meat Sweats, beware!: www.myspace.com/itsthemeatsweats
Here's the Burn Raphael page (with mp3's):
http://www.myspace.com/burnraphael
Here's the venue page
http://www.madamelillies.org/
Only the Lonely... xx

ALSO
Afrosport. A great night of music originating from our neighbours from the south. Featuring Afrika
Jambo (Kongolese Rumba), the Afrosport All Stars + Guests, plus DJ Eric Soul from Afrogroove. Food
for free. In our most beloved venue The Original Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston. £7 b4 11,
£10 thereafter.

SATURDAY 14th
The Reclaim Love Pavement Party
2pm sharp @ eros statue, piccadilly circus
free tshirts at 2pm- so be early
www.myspace.com/reclaimlove
and
www.reclaimlove.com
The past is history. The future is a mystery. This moment is a gift. That is why it is called: The
present.....

ALSO

Valentine's Day Special @ Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, featuring the mighty Gispydelica – which
is probably the best rocking gipsy music you've ever been shaking all you have to. There won't be no
better night so get to this one!!!
myspace.com/gipsydelica
The event is sold out, but you may have a chance by sending email to we@passingclouds.org.
SUNDAY 15th
You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, with some amazing musicians,
playing a mesmerizing jazzy blend.
Milli Moonstone plays sarangi, “India's best kept secret”, Janmaat plays an advanced form of bucket
bass, Simon hits the keys... This is a real tip. And table football for free (you won't beat THOSE
guys).

ALSO

Plantman and the Internationalz Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., witness some of
London's finest musicians from the reggae/afrobeat/funk scene in a lovely atmosphere.

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Subject:
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From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
18.02.2009 17:22
To:
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Printer friendly version: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

The NO:ID screen print workshop is back! Starting coming Monday, February 23rd, 4pm-8pm, Jan will
offer D.I.Y. screen printing classes at a not so secret location in East London (Dalston, to be more
precise). If you are up for it, please get in touch – for example, by hitting the reply button to
this email, or calling 07939843968. The attendance fee is only £20, to mention beforehand. This is
great for beginners and those who want to refresh their skills. We will have a little exhibition at
the end of it.
The Spike has been evicted. Long live the Spike! Http://www.spikesurplus.org/

THURSDAY 19th

Chris Mcsherry & Jesse Wine:
The power and the glory. Exhibition. Preview Thursday 19 February 2009 6-8pm @ r o o m, 31 waterson
street e2 8ht. www.roomartspace.co.uk

FRIDAY 20st

Benefit Party for rampART social centre and London Free School Weekend, 15-17 Rampart St, E1.
Donation.
ALSO
Passing Clouds Renewal Mission Benefit Party. Support the Passing Clouds rennovation mission by
partying with us all night to the best live music from London's underground!
Money raised will go towards rennovation of the venue and a new soundsystem so you can have even more
good times wtih us!!!
Line up so far includes performances from members of Soothsayers, Gipsydellica, Planetman and the
Internationalz, Saravah Soul, Family Atlantica, Heliocentrics, Ibile, The Rub, plus DJs Otto
Nascarella, Arcane Genius, Fiyagirl - plus Hula Magic from Anna and Sabina, cocktail delights from
Grant Jarvis, theatrical mischief from Orphelia Blitz, the Tax Deductable Theatre company +++
Get tickets on:
http://passingcloudsrenewalmission.eventbrite.com/

SATURDAY 21st

‘Derive’(drift) or psychogeographic walk around the area of East London currently being redeveloped
for the 2012 olympics.
The walk will inform the next issue of Savage Messiah zine to be launched at the gallery in early
March.
Bring flyposters , old maps, chalk and marker pens.
Meet 1pm Hales Gallery http://www.halesgallery.com
Approx intinerary..12.30-1pm.Hales Gallery, bus number 8 to Roman Road, walk across to Hackney Wick,
Stratford, approx 3pm then Angel Lane, Eastway ending up round East end pubs, Victoria Park and
Bethnal Green from 5pm. Call 07941 998521 on the day to find out where we are.
ALSO
Occupied London #4 Launch Party
Come celebrate the launch of #4 with us at Freedom Bookshop from 6.30 onward. Tons of copies of the
new issue, a screening of a brand new documentary on the revolt and the latest news from Greece.
Freedom is in Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, London E1 7QX. No entrance fee (would that
make sense)

SUNDAY 22nd

You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, with some amazing musicians,
playing a mesmerizing jazzy blend.
Milli Moonstone plays sarangi, “India's best kept secret”, Janmaat plays an advanced form of bucket
bass, Simon hits the keys... This is a real tip. And table football for free (you won't beat THOSE
guys).
ALSO
Plantman and the Internationalz Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., witness some of
London's finest musicians from the reggae/afrobeat/funk scene in a lovely atmosphere.

MONDAY 23nd

NO:ID Screen Printing Workshop in Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Road. 4pm-8pm. Call 07939843968.

ALSO

First major West End exhibition dedicated to contemporary art from Lagos since the Tate Modern's
Century City show in 2001: "This is Lagos". An experimental art exhibition about the largest city in
sub-Saharan Africa. The Coningsby Gallery, W1 from 23 February to 28 February 2009.
http://www.thisislagos.co.uk/, or http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=50435506551

TUESDAY 24th

Krewe needed for Zombie Shopping Spree, Oxford St, Tuesday, Feb 24, Oxford Circus (Niketown) 6 p.m.

ALSO

THE MOVEMENT, free entry, at the original Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond road, presented by Rob the Rub,
featuring Sarah Bear and friends, Rebel Folk, Live and DJ, gig from 9pm till late, or come early for
Hackney Palestine Solidarity Campaign Film Night that runs till 9. Peace Love and Revolution !

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
26.02.2009 17:48
To:
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Printer Friendly version: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

The NO:ID screen print workshop is back! Mondays, 4pm-8pm, Jan will offer D.I.Y. screen printing
classes at Passing Clouds Works, No. 1 Richmond Road, Dalston. For beginners and those who are trying
to remember how its done. If you are up for it, please get in touch – for example, by hitting the
reply button to this email, or calling 07939843968. The attendance fee is only £20, to mention
beforehand. Materials made available at cost price. Ring Jan on 07939843968.

THURSDAY 26th

Come and have a pint with Jan to make him get over his 2x2x3x3=36th birthday at midnight. The Castle,
Commercial Road.

FRIDAY 27st

Critical Mass Bike Ride. South Bank under Waterloo Bridge – meet on your bikes and other
self-propelled vehicle for the monthly ride. Cycle sound systems often play music on the ride.
18:00-onwards.

ALSO

Nuru Kane at Passing Clouds. Only £6. Reserve your ticket by emailing to we@passingclouds.org and come
before 10pm to collect it. Will be busy.

ALSO

Zero Conduite @ Elevator Gallery, Hackney Wick. from 20:00 until late, £3.00
Body paint performance with male models.
Geisha brings to Elevator her exotic and erotic electro pop and the legendary Craig Template returns.
Also exciting new video art screenings and installation around the gallery space.
DJ's will groove with you late into the night...

SATURDAY 28st

Heejohng Chae: Exhibition o paingings. Great stuff!
Biddle Bros Bar in Hackney from 6-9 pm.
88 Lower Clapton Road, E5 0QR.

ALSO

The Old Police Station Launch Party. The Old Police Station (on right of new police station)
114 Amersham Vale, New Cross, London.
Informal launch event to introduce the space includes performances and sets by: Georgina Starr
(on-line podcast), Matthew Stone (DJ set), a special film selected by Marc-Camille Chaimowicz, Tai
Shani & Nathan Parker (performance /installation), Rabbit (live set), Nina Silvert's Milk & Ramon
Salgado-Touzon (multi-media live set), The Readers singing Marquis de Sade, Joey Lewis (installation),
The Department for the Ladies’ Well-Being (SCUM manifesto induction and male submission), Belly
Dancing by Alexandra Unger, asian snacks, fashion photography with Juan Trujillo, Nikolas Ventorakif,
visits from the Russellettes + more.
The monolithic 1912 Police Station, on the same street as New Cross Station, has been converted into
30 artist studios, 2 independent project spaces, a radio station, and a series of atmospheric spaces
full of potential for self-funded projects and events in the Old Police Gym/gallery, The Edwardian
Interview Room, Snooker Room, Booking Office, Prison Cells and Operations Yard.

ALSO

Little Blue Ball @ Passing Clouds. Until 5am!
JOE DRISCOLL - Planetman and the Internationalz - World's Tallest DJ – Plus Special Guests and Jam
Session
Upstairs:
Conscious Reverb, featuring Fiyah Girl & Friends.

ALSO

Brass Roots @ Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, Russel Square. 21:00 - 22:00
London's unique up and coming premier brassband is banging hard on all cylinders bringing a fresh
perspective to live music with music loved by the masses presented in a way that can only make you
jump.

SUNDAY 1st

You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, with some amazing musicians,
playing a mesmerizing jazzy blend.

ALSO

Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., witness some of London's finest musicians jamming.
This Sunday jam night has now a different host every night, so there will be a surprises, and there is
room to bring an instrument if you are a musician.

MONDAY 2nd

NO:ID Screen Printing Workshop in Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Road. 4pm-8pm. Call 07939843968. £20,
materials available at cost price.

ALSO

Event: Spiritwo Band @ Soundclash, 8pm, Camden Proud, The Stables Mkt, Chalk Farm Rd, london, NW1,
UK. Vocal wonder and stage performer Spiritwo performing with a whole band line up for the first time.
Woooohooo!! Dress Code: Rock a Killer Look! 'Noir pop, art deco pop from the hardcore sex store…great
big clever warm glowing pop songs to hang all your hats on'. Organ Magazine

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
04.03.2009 18:47
To:
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Printer and Eye friendly version:
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There are still places in the Screen Printing for Beginners classes every Monday, on
appointment, at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston. Learn how to make your own
screen, print your own t-shirts.Call 07939843968 or send email to jan@noidgallery.net. Also
suitable for anyone who want something screen printed and is on a shoestring - £20 for the
four hours.

THURSDAY 5th

Savage Messiah Film Night.

“London 2013:Drifitng through the Ruins”
Film screenings with psychogeographic book stall from Housmans Bookshop.
6-9pm at Hales Gallery 7 Bethnal Green Road
http://www.halesgallery.com
http://www.housmans.com
‘KINGS CROSS TO HACKNEY WICK' Majed Aslam and Laura Oldfield Ford. 2008
A short film about the rapidly changing landscape between the Lubetkin estates of Hackney
Road and the construction sites of Hackney Wick.
‘LONDON 2013’. Majed Aslam, Robin Bale, Laura Oldfield Ford 2008
In this short film members of the We Are Bad collective explore the liminal territories of
the Lea Valley tracing the footsteps of Papa Legba.
RADIO ON. Chris Petit. Radio On' is a subtle, masterfully understated meditation on late
1970s Britain.
THE LONDON NOBODY KNOWS dir. Norman Cohen based on the book by Geoffrey Fletcher.

ALSO

Trap2 Gallery presents Zine. Small press, zines, comics, and all things DIY will be at
exhibited, swopped, and sold at Trap2 Gallery. Come celebrate the festival of the
photocopier, of independent and underground publising from those things handmade, painted
and bound to comics, and annuals. With an opportunity to swop, sell and buy zines at the
stalls throughout the night, zine makers will also be exhibiting their works throughout the
gallery space. A free zine making workshop will be running throughout the night - materials
provided. Zine makers include Cake, a Pussy Power Publishing Zine Raffle (will you be the
cat who gets the zine) and many more who have been involved in symposiums, zine fests and
swops across the country.
18:00 - 22:00 Trap2 Gallery, 47 Mowlem Street, E2 9NE

FRIDAY 6st

Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play Tate Britain. No joke, but part of the Altermodern
Exhibition. In The Light Box, side entrance. Performance starts at 6:45pm sharp. Entrance
is free, but capacity is limited, so if you want to witness this madness – suppose you will
– make sure to come early. There is a wicked exhibition going on and there are films shown
before and after the cowboys so it's worth spending some time. Come dressed up in your
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell dress code, sort of undead cowboys and girls, get biiig skirts
on..!
The event is called “Late at Tate” sice it runs from 6pm to 10pm. Find out more:
http://www.tate.org.uk/britain/
www.lonesomecowboysfromhell.com
Millbank, London SW1P 4RG
Entrance is free and it's worth it!

SATURDAY 7th

Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play Beatabet at Shunt Lounge. No joke, it's a tenner for an
amazing night full of crazy stuff. The Beatabet collective, founded in 2002, is a dynamic
coalition of Artists from a broad range of disciplines who come together regularly to
perform, create, compose and experiment. The Beatabet collective curates multi-media events
and performances around the UK. These are known for their unusual settings, their diverse
line-ups and their refreshing balance between the experimental and the more accessible,
managing to maintain a great sense of fun throughout.
The interaction between the members of the collective is fluid and ever developing. New
combinations of performers and collaborators constantly surface as the individual members
explore the artistic possibilities of the wider group and its talents.
http://www.beatabet.net/
http://www.shunt.co.uk/
Joiner St., under London Bridge Station. £10 on the night, worth it.

SUNDAY 8th

You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, with some amazing
musicians, playing a mesmerizing jazzy blend. Entrance free, table football free.

ALSO

Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., this time headed by Gipsydelica's
Murski, promising to be a wicked night of Gipsy / Balkan meets Reggae. Janmaat's jam of
choice for this Sunday most cosy surroundings.
Http://www.passingclouds.org/

MONDAY 9th

NO:ID Screen Printing Workshop in Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Road. On appointment. Call
07939843968. £20, materials available at cost price.

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From:
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Date:
12.03.2009 12:42
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Printer & Eye friendly:

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Well the screen printing workshop for beginners continues, every Monday at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road; and
you can join in at any time. It costs only £20, but you get the materials for a screen for only £10 more and
get it developed – compare that to the price a screen costs in any art shop... besides, it's fun. Call
07939843968 – Jan – if you fancy coming too.

Talking about screen printing: are you planning to tour festivals this year? Need some merch stuff printed? Hit
the reply button for an instant quote...It's worth it!

THURSDAY 12th

Dub Down Dalston. Hosted by Planetman, at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Road, Dalston. Free before 10pm, £3
after, rasta food available.
FRIDAY 13th

Sense of Emiela, Lonesome Cowboys from Hell & Kitty Lipps play the Montague Arms, 289 Queens Road, New Cross,
at a convenient time in the evening that could turn out to be 10pm. A mad place full of crazy stuff, the
Montague Arms is a true family business and a truly suitable place for psychocountry music. £4 entry.

SATURDAY 14th

Ballerina Pig outside New Scotland Yard. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5l7YjydMJY

In an extraordinary art performance artist Mark McGowan is to dance dressed as a ballerina pig outside New
Scotland Yard on saturday 14th march 2009 at 1pm. It is a performance in response to new laws brought in to
stop police being photographed.

McGowan says, "the law is outrageous and should be reversed immediately and i will be looking to have my
photograph taken with as many police men and women that i can find".

ALSO

Infobass & Cinema Libre Present a Tamil Eelam, Rampart Social Centre, Rampart St, E1. An awareness raising
event –To focus on the humanitarian disaster and ways to alleviate the suffering in Tamil Eelam. This event
also aims to be a benefit party to help towards direct humanitarian action / aid. Ideas most welcome. Live
Tamil Music! Hosted by Cinema Libre. Entrance Free / Donation.

ALSO

Little Blue Ball party with a special live set from Afrobeat legend Ade Sose Wallace and his all-star band
IBILE (Children of the World) that promises to groove you all night. A full-on live funky reggae show by
Planetman and the Internationalz featuring DJ Pony (Small World’s godfather) and Tall Will.To round up this
night of great funkiness an extraordinary DJ set by Secret Garden 1´s Dan Dagger Ferro will give the final
touch. Doors open @ 10. Entry £6 b4 11pm, £8 after. Find further information on:
http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#/event.php?eid=70952769740

ALSO

Open House at No. 1 Overbury Road, and No. 3 Overbury Road, Haringey, two freshly converted warehouses of the
Haringey Arts Collective. Come and mix with into of London's most thriving art scene.

ALSO

Party at 93 Vale Road, Haringey. Hosted by the most amazing Dila (known as guest star of Gipsydelica). This
could be the night of your life. 11Pm to 2am. DJ's and live music all night.

SUNDAY 15th

You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, with some amazing musicians, playing a
mesmerizing jazzy blend. Entrance free, table football free. Milli and the Moonstones.

ALSO

Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., this time really headed by Gipsydelica's Murski, promising
to be a wicked night of Gipsy / Balkan meets Reggae. Janmaat's jam of choice for this Sunday most cosy
surroundings.

Http://www.passingclouds.org/

Doors open 9pm £3 b4 10pm, £5 after. Can’t miss the food from the Passing Clouds Cafe....

MONDAY 16th

NO:ID Screen Printing Workshop in Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Road. On appointment. Call 07939843968. £20,
materials available at cost price.

Http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO

Ceramics Workshop 6.30 with Fleur Winter. fleur@fleurwinter.com. Passing Clouds, same address.

TUESDAY 17th

African dance and salsa workshop with Luzmira Zerpa and Kwame Owosu: learn how to play and dance different
traditional dances from Nigeria and Venezuela with top professionals! Email we@passingclouds.org to register!
£5 a session

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Date:
19.03.2009 11:19
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Hi,
no more bla in the message - you just have to click on
this link to open your no:id newsletter as a nice pdf.
you will be pleased! - and by the way, it is weekly at
the same address for download...
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
blessings!
comments, events, requests, designs, ideas, welcome...
you can actually reply to this and will get an answer..!

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
25.03.2009 18:15
To:
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Here's the pdf: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
Many people like it in-text, so i continue doing both.

Editorial:
That's not yet all for this summer, it's going to be hotter than the present climate
makes us believe. You see, this week alone there will be plenty of events switching
the heat back on.
For starters, there is a call for support from these guys whom they threaten to evict.
Check it out, the address is Assembly Rooms, 8, Andre Street, E8 2AA. A wonderful
place that you may use for art. The idea is to fill it with as much activity as
possible before the eviction looming on 3 April 11.45am. There is a stage and lots
more resources, ongoing gallery, film screenings, children parties, Flamenco Classes
from 1-3 every week day, jumble sale, and acoustic music. utopia.unknown@gmail.com
http://socialcentregallery.blogspot.com/
THURSDAY 26th
Luxury Goods the book launch, This time it's the correct time and date.
Luxury Goods explored 'the cost of art' through visual and performance art, painting,
video, film, sculpture, music, storytelling, symposiums, and poetry, subverting the
gloom and doom narrative of the economy in the heart of the city.
Featuring Calum F. Kerr performing “Filthy Lucre”, at Bookartbookshop, 17 Pitfield St,
LONDON N1 6HB - 6-9pm, sponsored by Ivan the Terrible Vodka no-less.
ALSO THURSDAY
IfIwatch.TV 18:30 - 21:00 - Horse Hospital (Chamber of Pop Culture), Colonnade, WC1N
1HX, behind Russell Square tube (left, left and left again)
Launch party for two innovative, timely and necessary web tools:
http://www.rethinkingfinance.org and http://www.ifiwatch.tv.
Bar and snacks, films and site demos, news about imminent actions, analyses and the
future, vital information, lovely people.
FRIDAY 27th
Critical Mass Bike Ride. Assemble south side of Waterloo bridge for London's biggest
bike ride. Good fun, very low speed, amazing peddled vehicles, peddled sound systems,
funky costumes. It is as if the city is ours for a couple of hours.
Afterparty with pedalled sound system in the Assembly Rooms in 8, Andre Street in
Hackney Downs – to be confirmed.
SATURDAY 28th
Street party. There will be one of the biggest street parties/protests in years as we
dance through central London in opposition to the G20 world leaders summit. The King
Blues Soundsystem will be there, playing a free gig throughout the entire march, come
and join us. People will be gathering on Victoria Embankment by Temple tube station
between 11am and 12noon, the postcode is WC2R 2PP.
For more information visit http://www.putpeoplefirst.org.uk/
ALSO
The Role of the Village Idiot. Host: MARK MCGOWAN. 14:00 - 18:00, Peckham Square.
Public art/street performance concerning the question of a necessary expulsion that
may lie at the heart of the formation of any community.
ALSO
Wormfood – The Spring Thing. Party at the original Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road.
Zong zing all stars Soukous life music from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Intricate guitar work, irresistible rhythms, vocal harmonies. Benin City Hypnotic,
high energy mashup of poetry, hiphop jazz and afrobeat, Magic Lantern – voice,
raucious bass clarinet woofs, delicate cello plucks, swooping guitar slides and
crashing percussion slaps - & Daddy Fe.
www.myface.com/thefatcontrollerwww.myspace.com/wearebenincity
www.myspace.com/zongzing)
www.myspace.com/themagiclantern
£6 before 10pm, £8 after. There won't be no better party in town. Come early to get
in.
SUNDAY 29th
You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington. Entrance £3,
table football free.
ALSO
Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., Dalston - most cosy surroundings,
amazing people. Costs some three quid if you can't blag it.
Http://www.passingclouds.org/
MONDAY 30st
Fleur Winter: Make it in Clay. Porcelaine workshop private view. And: Jan Maat:
screen printing workshop private view. Come and find out about it, exhibition of
works produced in Passing Clouds, demonstration of the techniques. Drinks and nibbles.
7.30pm-9:30pm. Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston.
NO:ID Screen Printing Workshop in Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Road. On appointment.
Call 07939843968. £20, materials available at cost price.
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http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf for better viewing.
Smashing ideas came forward yesterday and from my window I continue to hear police sirens. As
the days are now longer than the nights the city is awake.
Check out http://ravensait.org.uk/ for the squatted island in the river. Check out
http://therampart.wordpress.com/ for London's oldest social centre, and convergence centre
for G20 protest that was just raided.
Check out the following events:
THURSDAY 2nd
Viner St Art Hide and Seek. That little street off Mare St. in Hackney combines a proper
East End atmosphere with the fact of it having a high density of really cool galleries.
Takes you out onto the cobbled streets where art will be hung, drawn and hidden.
Exhibiting Nutty Bunny and a series of sock-puppet potraits. Pasted street works of Bortusk
Leer. The fruit of forbidden love between a Lion Tamer and a Candy floss seller. Find mini
zines from Cake. Make stuff, make friends, make a mess with the Hungamunga collective who
will be paving the streets with diaramas. Moondog loves you see what he's left you for keeps.
Pussy Power will be scattering the streets with sheets from pussy power and the cruiseship
drop outs. Limited edition knickers may also be nobbled on the cobbles. Icing on top we have
Cherry Bakewell and Fondant Fancy. T.A.K.E T.H.E C.A.K.E find me//read me//take me//EAT.
Street sound installations will be occuring through out the night - bring your radios and
tune in.
ALSO THURSDAY
The Obama Deception. Film shown at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, 7:30pm.
FRIDAY 3rd
Late at Tate. Futureproof: 6-9.30pm. A spring evening of electronica and leftfield artists
performing amidst the Tate's Triennial AlterModern show.
Brighton based Mavro meld sultry leftfield electronics from songwriter Paris May with the
timeless melodies of vocalist Jade Pybus. UK electronica act Yimino. Grasscut are music
journalist / DJ Marcus O'Dair & award winning film composer Andrew Phillips Public Symphony.
Shezad Dawood - Lightbox & Mike Chavez-Dawson Art on the night starts with another chance to
see Shezad Dawood's Feature 2008. Performative sound collage 'A bANdA dA' directed by artist
Mike Chavez-Dawson in collaboration with Stratton Barrett, Sam Hubbard, Paul Greenhalgh and
Chris Taylor.
Marco Ferreri, France 1974 Touche pas a la femme blanche - Ferrari's 'baguetti-western' set
in the streets of modern Paris, sees the collision of the Battle of Little Bighorn with
anti-Vietnam sentiment.
Ruth Ewan, Squeezebox Jukebox North Duveens The giant accordian will be played at 19.30 &
20.30. DJ Ross Allen, Top of Manton Stairs: Ambient soundscapes plus beats from DJ Ross
Allen. Technical, Non-Technical Fashion: Ninna M Thorarinsdottir.
Venue: Tate Britain, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG - Date: Friday 3/4/09 6-9.30pm - FREE ENTRY
ALSO FRIDAY
The Antique Banquet April Fools' Day Party at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road. Expect
organised tomfoolery, fou fou eggs, tapdancing minstrals, mad scatters and the best jesters
in the land as well as some suitably elating and theatrical music from The Fontanas, Bunty
and Arthur Brick plus Djs Sketchy, Planetman, Daddy Fe and The Bufoons. £7 B4 10, £10 after.
Get your ticket in advance on http://www.eventbrite.com/event/305100564
ALSO FRIDAY
Shut Down Guantánamo! demonstration 6-7pm outside the US Embassy, Grosvenor Square, W1A 1AE.
Obama now has less than 10 months to deliver on his pledge to shut Guantánamo for good.
Let's give him a nudge in the right direction...
SATURDAY 4th
Passing Clouds Springtime Afrobeat Party featuring the compulsive grooves of ibile live! plus
djs eric soul (components, afrogroove) and planetman (little blue ball records). doors open
9pm, £6 b4 10, £8 after
SUNDAY 29th
The first sunday of every month is green sunday at the arcola theatre - a series of events
from 1.30pm to 7pm on the theme of sustainability. full line up at
www.greensundays.org.uk/current_schedule.html
ALSO
You-Nite, jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington. Entrance £3, table
football free.
ALSO
Jam Session at Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Rd., Dalston - most cosy surroundings, amazing
people. Afro – Funk / Reggae / Salsa.
Http://www.passingclouds.org/
MONDAY 30st
NO:ID Screen Printing Workshop in Passing Clouds, No. 1 Richmond Road. On appointment. Call
07939843968. £20, materials available at cost price.
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From:
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Date:
08.04.2009 20:41
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Find .pdf version here: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
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ONGOING
Cluster Fits in the Foundry, 84-86 Great Eastern St: Amazing mural all over the
place, exhibition prolonged. Get a shot of yourself (and for yourself) in front
of it to become part of history. Reuben Sutherland, Arran Bolders, David Le
Fleming.
http://www.spip.co.nz/gp_clusterfits.html
http://foundry.tv/
Nimbus Arts Centre in association with Luxury Goods London and Creative Minded
present This is Lagos - Part 2, Open daily 11- 5pm, The Coningsby Gallery, 30
Tottenham St, W1T 4RJ. Michael Bucknell (Steel painting, painting,
photography), Emeka Ogboh (Sound Installation), Adolphus Opara (Photography),
Tola Wewe, (Paintings), Evgeniy Kazannik (photo-portrait of Seun Kuti ), Fiona
Whitty (film), and others. Original Fela Kuti and Afro Beat Records.
CALLOUTS
The Value of Art: A series of events, and a publication in book form.
Wednesday 29th untill 3rd May. Submit to annouchka_b@hotmail.com, the only
stipulation is a 50 word text (no more no less), plus a sketch.
http://luxurygoodslondon.com/
And on our own behalf: We are currently preparing a new exhibition space –
working title is NEW:ID - with a focus on print, and art cross over nights in
an attached function room. Find out more on our website, and think about prints
to present there. Grand location: just by Aldgate East.
http://noidgallery.net/
WEDNESDAY 8th
Jazz in the Clouds. Amazing Jazz night, impro with a slight avant garde bebop
touch i'd say, private session upstairs. Come to listen. This night is new –
hence, chance to enjoy it before it gets crowded. Will cost the odd little bit.
1 Richmond Road.
THURSDAY 9th
Krankenhouse Project Group Exhibition. The froundry, 86 Great Eastern St.
Expect some interesting outsider art from art/living project Krankenhouse in
Crouch End.
ALSO
"The Death of Flyboy" performance, Matthew Robins. at the Paradise by Way of
Kensal Green, 19 Kilburn Lane, doors 7:30. Note: also on Saturday, different
location.www.sadlucy.com, www.madhouseinparadise.com, www.duckie.co.uk
ALSO
The Female of the Species. Heather Morris and Gurdish Haugsdal: illustrations.
7pm, the flaxon ptootch gallery
www.flaxonptootch.com Arrive early for drinks and canapés. Performances by Ella
Guru and Jane Ruby. Music by Steve Wilmot. Free. 237 Kentish Town Road, London
NW5 2JT (map). Tel: +44 (0)20 7267 5323.
ALSO
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play Thommy Flinn's, Camden (yes, we do Camden
too... someone has to cater for these poor souls). Calum F. Kerr, Tim
Flitcroft, Jan Maat, A.N. Other Musician, guest appearances. Headlining! With
support from The BrainChildren, Oiz II Men, The Pop Socks. £7 or find the
online cheap list on facebook.
lonesomecowboysfromhell.com/
SATURDAY 11th
This is Lagos. Last day of the exhibition and closing tea from 2- 6pm, see
above.
ALSO
Laura Oldfield Ford presents Savage Messiah walk around the city and issue 11
zine launch.
Walking around the city of London and drifting towards Housmans for drinks and
films to launch the ‘zine. Meet at Dirty Dicks Public House, Liverpool Street
3pm. Housmans Bookshop, Caledonian Road N1, from 7pm. Issue 11 is a drift
around the Olympic zone with lots of history.
ALSO
"The Death of Flyboy" performance, Matthew Robins. Duckie, Royal Vauxhall
Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane SE11, London UK - doors 9pm. www.sadlucy.com,
www.madhouseinparadise.com, www.duckie.co.uk
SUNDAY 12th
Life music jam session at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, a space
that's doing the mix of fine art and live music. Table football free.
MONDAY 13th
Easter Monday. Missfit Mondays, £6. Innovative storytellers! The Troy Bar,
Hoxton St., 7:30pm, tellers, poets, actors, visual makers, playwrights, etc.
http://missfitproductions.com/
NO Screen Printing Workshop – will be back in a week.
PREVIEW:
FRIDAY 17TH
The Sorry People. A bleak comedy by Paul Eccentric. “Public Life” (a former
Victorian Lavatory), Commercial St, E1 (opposite Spitalfields Market). 8Pm,
£10. http://sorrypeople.co.uk/
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From:
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Date:
15.04.2009 21:20
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Nice looking paper here:
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
SOME WORDS...
A lot going on. That's true. So more than just one page this
time. Oh and preview section: where are the festivals? I'm
really busy printing stuff in the moment. That is to say,
don't bother me a week before your festival with banner or
t-shirt printing. Better bother me now so one day I can afford
a computer and work from home rather than the internet place.
Yes sure, I almost live here...

ONGOING
Raven's Ait. An Island in the river Thamse near Kingston with a
conference centre on it has been squatted and is turned into a
functioning eco-conference centre. A squatted island? Yes. What
a perfect travel destination in this weather. And this week-end,
there will be a two day event with music, sound healing,
therapies and workshops. It is a family event to heal “us and
the land”. Portsmouth Rd Surbiton KT6 4HN (opposite Catherine
Rd.) 15min from Waterloo. You are welcome to visit every day
12am to 7p. For a guided tour, more information on activities or
to schedule an event/workshop, please call: Nick 079646729222,
Phoenix 07769791387, Rick
07791042078 or Camilla 07900800055.
http://www.ravensait.org.uk/
http://www.circlecommunity.org/
CALLOUTS
The Value of Art part II: A series of events, and a publication
in book form. Wednesday 29th untill 3rd May. Submit to
annouchka_b@hotmail.com, the only stipulation is a 50 word text
(no more no less), plus a sketch.
http://luxurygoodslondon.com/
NO:ID: Please draw your attention to the new:id gallery space we
are currently setting up:
http://noidgallery.net/newid.html
WEDNESDAY 15th
Jazz in the Clouds. Amazing acoustic Jazz night (the double bass
thing and such), private session, upstairs. Come to listen. This
night is new – hence, chance to enjoy it before it gets crowded.
Will cost the odd little bit. 1 Richmond Road. Good time to
arrive: 10pm.
Http://passingclouds.org/
THURSDAY 16th
The Great Orchidaceous Travesty. An art cabaret sideshow.
Resistance Gallery, 16 April 2009 at 23:00. 265 Poyser St.
An adhoc live performancey, vaudevilley, circusy, musically,
cabareteski, burlesqski, thingymajig kind of night - showcasing
and celebratory of local talent, amateur enthusiasm, small
things and the unspectacular. Combining alternative dance,
theatre, video, live art, poetry, food and music.
Available £7.77 adv http://www.wegottickets.com/f/631
£10 on the door
ALSO
Viner Street: There are a dozen galleries on this tiny little
east end road off Cambridge Heath road by the canal, and private
views are held on Thursdays. And if that's not enough, there's a
cosy pub in the middle of it were you can quench your thirst for
intelligent conversation meeting the pack. Draw special
attention to Nettie Horn Gallery. Arrive at about 6pm, shows
close at eight!
ALSO
Elevator Gallery: NO MAN’S LAND. PV 16th APRIL 2009,
6.30-10.00pm. Running 17 April – 03 MAY 2009. Thurs-Sun
12.00-17.00. Mother Studios, Queen's yard, white post lane,
hackney wick, E9. Marcin Gajewski, Brendan Murphy, Vytis
Puronas, Simon Read, Jeni Snell, Elaine Tribley, Simon Reuben
White. (Video, Painting, Sculpture, Installation, Photography
and Sound).
www.elevatorgallery.co.uk
Getting There: Hackney Wick Overground, Buses: 30, 26, N26, 388,
276
FRIDAY 17th
The Sorry People. A bleak comedy by Paul Eccentric. We had a
glimpse at Misfits Mondays and are convinced this will be
excellent. The location: a former Victorian Lavatory that has
been converted into a venue called “Public Life”. Commercial St,
E1 (opposite Spitalfields Market). 8Pm, £10.
http://sorrypeople.co.uk/
ALSO
RampArt benefit night. The former girl's school in 15-17 Rampart
St. has been a social centre and fund raiser for the span of
five (!) years now, already a legend! This is the place where
NO:ID has started with a donation only screen printing workshop
in 2005. It had been treated without any respect by our friends
from the Met on April 1st so this is a party to get some repairs
financed. Expect conscious underground live music. Best time to
arrive is probably 10:30pm.
Http://rampart.worldpress.com/
ALSO
Burlesque Night! The Montague Arms, 19:00, 289 Queens Road,
Girls: Lady Lace, Trixie Tease, Cherry Vanity; Band: Audiopeel;
Acoustic: Damien Renouf; Djs.
SATURDAY 18th
Little Blue Ball: Don't miss the absolutely amazing Nuru Kane,
playing funky baye-fall gnawa, from Senegal, with fully african
instrumentation. This is brilliant, seen lots of stuff but
nothing like this!!! Support: Planetman and the Internationalz
(Funk/Reggae), DJ Pony (balkan, folk and rock'n'roll) as known
from Small World and Daniel Danger Ferro from the Secret Garden
Party. Dance till you trance. Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road,
Dalston.
ALSO
Raven's Ait Healing Conference. And maybe a New Age Outdoor
Spring Rave afterwards??? Venum Crew... See above (“ongoing”)
SUNDAY 19th
MOTIV + Mike Horbart’s Urban Jazz+ DJ Moth. 7.30pm-midnight,
£6/£4 conc. Working at the edge of the contemporary jazz scene
MOTIV mix jazz improvisation with a modern big beat sound.
“simply great jazz - all the playing is excellent and the
compositions dynamic and exciting, travelling to many corners of
the jazz spectrum - superb” - Rootdown Radio. The Others, Top
floor, 6 and 8 Manor Road, N16 5SA
www.theothers.uk.com
MONDAY 20st
Begin of the Alternative Fashion Week: Spitalfields Traders
Market, Crispin Place. Entrance costs only one pound. Catwalk
show featuring the launch of DogHouse debut collection that we
had the honour to print. Show starts at 1pm. The website
http://doghouseprint.com/ will go live on Monday.
ALSO
Misfit Mondays. Misfit Mondays is a four-month-long mini
festival celebrating innovative writing in theatre, poetry,
storytelling and the moving image/film. Presenting an original
line-up of tellers, poets, visual makers, playwrights,
improvisers, dreamers, idealists, rebels and – our favourite of
all – misfits. The Troy Bar, Hoxton Street, N1 6NG. Fiver I
think. 7:30pm. Wicked.
WEDNESDAY 22nd
Debord and the “Society of the Spectacle” A continuing series of
Philisophical talks at Housmans Book Shop in collaboration with
Elevator Gallery. 19:00 – 21:00 Housmans Book Shop, 3 Caledonion
Road, Kings Cross, Includes film screenings. Free.
http://www.elevatorgallery.co.uk
SATURDAY 25TH
No Borders Benefit Night. A legend returns. No deportations!
Couple of bands from all angles of the musical spectrum, and
even from outside that spectrum or what's that that the Cowboys
are doint? Lonesome Cowboys from Hell are headlining. 100
Flowers Social Centre, Belgrade Road, Stoke Newington.
Http://noborders.org.uk/ http://lonesomecowboysfrmohell.com/
WEDNESDAY 29TH
The Value of Art Part II. The foundry, and other venues.
Http://foundry.tv/ Http://luxurygoodslondon.com/
MAY 4TH
No Passport Necessary. In the Camden Roundhouse. Mongrel, Swami,
Nathan Flutebox Lee, etc. etc. and deko from NO:ID.
Www.roundhouse.org.uk
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From:
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Hello!
Same text but nice to look and to print is here:
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
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SOME WORDS...
Have you visited the Whitechapel Gallery yet? Our verdict: worth seeing. And
once there, come check out Freedom Bookshop in Angel Alley, to the left of it,
which is open every afternoon (unless it's shut). Spend all your money on
books, grab the latest propaganda, and check the NO:ID t-shirt range. And then
opposite, just at the beginning of Commercial Road, visit Café Fresh next to
which we will have our little NEW:ID gallery to open in June. Arty area isn't
it?

ONGOING
Raven's Ait. An Island in the river Thamse near Kingston full of hippies. We've
checked it out and liked it very much. It's only a 15min train ride from
Waterloo, go to Surbition, walk to the river, wave to the ferryman and enjoy.
Daily 12am to 7p. Phone: Nick 079646729222, Phoenix 07769791387, Rick
07791042078, or Camilla 07900800055.
http://www.ravensait.org.uk/
http://www.circlecommunity.org/
NO:ID screen print: We've finally done it, we offer organic fair trade t-shirts
and organic ink. Still cheaper than anybody else, not to speak of our
unbeatable service like advertising your events for free on this newsletter.
Http://noidgallery.net/
Alternative Fashion Week: Spitalfields Traders Market, Crispin Place. Entrance
costs only one pound. Catwalk shows start at 1pm. Draw your attention to
Doghouse Collection which we have had the honour to print.
http://doghouseprint.com/

CALLOUTS
NO:ID: Please draw your attention to the new:id gallery space we are currently
setting up.
Also, the contact form on our website works again.
We also have paper printing facilities now, as you will soon see. We also hire
out professional screen printing facilities in Bermondsey.
http://noidgallery.net/newid.html

WEDNESDAY 22nd
Debord and the “Society of the Spectacle” A continuing series of Philisophical
talks at Housmans Book Shop in collaboration with Elevator Gallery. 19:00 –
21:00 Housmans Book Shop, 3 Caledonion Road, Kings Cross, Includes film
screenings. Free. http://www.elevatorgallery.co.uk
ALSO
Folk mistro Henry Dingle presents DING DONG! A cozy evening in showcasing some
of the best folk acts in town. Doors 7.30, begins 8.00. £5/£3. 1 Richmond
Road, Passing Clouds Works, Dalston.
Http://passingclouds.org/
ALSO
AWALÉ gig, afro funk gipsy beats, at pangea project, 72 Stamford Hill, 9pm.

THURSDAY 23RD
Viner Street: There are a dozen galleries on this tiny little east end road off
Cambridge Heath road by the canal, and private views are held on Thursdays. And
if that's not enough, there's a cosy pub in the middle of it were you can
quench your thirst for intelligent conversation meeting the pack. Arrive at
about 6pm, shows close at eight!
ALSO
Repression Info Café at Rampart Social Centre, 15-17 Rampart St., E1, 8pm-10pm.
Watch videos of coppers beating up protesters if you haven't had enough yet.
Food. http://www.rampart.co.nr/
ALSO
Jewel in the Mud - St. George's Spectacular. Variety Night. The Others, 6-8
Manor Road, Stoke Newington. Wake the dragon. Saul Eisenberg - with the last
straw; Andrew St John - Storytelling with a difference; HP Lovebox - Tentacled
crooner; Mr Balls - something ballsy; Zoot Lynam - with some entertainings or
something similar; Clemence Viel - something French or similar; Hosted by Dr
Hoflishkadu; guest acts TBA. Doors open 8pm, show starts 8:30pm sharp.
Reasonably priced food and drink available on the night - hoi! £7/£5

FRIDAY 24TH
YES. YES. I KNOW. FREE SCHOOL. I KNOW. Selected by Edward Dorrian, Ana Cavic,
Renée O’Drobinak and Claire Nichols. Unit 66 6th Floor, Regent Studios. 8
Andrews Road, E8 4QN. Five Years hosts a programme of 33 one-hour sessions
considering the idea of a Free School. Selected from an open invitation to
propose a participatory activity to be carried out within the structure of a
Free School, all 33 one-hour sessions will be staged inside the gallery at Five
Years and will take place during gallery open hours between 24 April and 10 May
2009.
http://www.fiveyears.org.uk
ALSO
Just Act Natural. Corinne Felgate presents her first major London solo
exhibition with the generous support of Bow Arts Trust and Poplar HARCA at the
iconic brutalist Goldfinger tower block 'Balfron Tower' in London's East End.
Her work combines sculptural and painterly qualities and is concerned with
exposing the absurd and banal. Flat 123 (that's 21st floor!), Balfron Tower.
St Leonard Street, E14 0QT. 6pm. Free.
ALSO
Conscious Reverb. A night of roots reggae, dub, steppas, ska and rocksteady.
Hosted by Fiyahgirl. On stage downstairs will be the reggae band Blood Shanti
and the Shanti-ites. The live side of the Abashanti-I Soundsytem. Doors 9pm. £5
before 11, £7 after.
Http://passingclouds.org/

SATURDAY 25TH
No Borders Benefit Night. A legend returns. No deportations! Music: James
Cameron, Camilla Cancantata, Cornelius (singers / songwriters), 52 Commercial
Road (squatter fusion), Mama Skank (probably ska), Lonesome Cowboys from Hell
(psycho country). Speakers, Film, vegan food. All proceedings go to Stop
Deportations Network to fund support for asylum seekers and other migrants
threatened with deportation, campaigning, and direct action against deportation
by charter flights. 100 Flowers Social Centre, 2a Belgrade Road, N16, Stoke
Newington. £5 suggested donation.
Http://noborders.org.uk/ http://lonesomecowboysfrmohell.com/
ALSO
Top Shelf jazZ present a night of Weimar Swing in association with Stanger Then
Paradise! Putting the Fun back into Fundamentalism: savage political satire and
hot swing from the two crooners of the apocalypse. Classic cabaret from the
Despot of Distaste: Frank Sanazi. Hot jazz from the debauched Dandies of
swing: Top Shelf Jazz live. DJ sets from Stranger Than Paradise. Also featuring
tap dance performances from Josephine Shaker. Doors open 9, £5 before 11, £7.
Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond Road.

SUNDAY 26TH
Peppers Variety Jam. The Jam with the Vocalists at it's heart: The Others, 6-8
Manor Road, Stoke Newington. The last Sunday of every month, 8pm. Musicians and
singers, vocalists and poets to mix it up. Speeches and quotes, writers of
scenes and actors to sight read and improvise... improvise! lets make up lots
of songs and have a laugh. Plus the best free table football in town.
ALSO
The legendary Passing Clouds Jam Session, funky afro reggae stuff, really good,
costs money to get in but is worth it. Good to get pissed on ginger beer, and
blow the horn if you've got one. This week with a touch of Salsa.

MONDAY 27TH
Misfit Mondays. Misfit Mondays is a four-month-long mini festival celebrating
innovative writing in theatre, poetry, storytelling and the moving image/film.
Presenting an original line-up of tellers, poets, visual makers, playwrights,
improvisers, dreamers, idealists, rebels and – our favourite of all – misfits.
The Troy Bar, Hoxton Street, N1 6NG. Fiver I think. 7:30pm. Really good.

WEDNESDAY 29TH
The Value of Art Part II. A festival about the value of art. Over 50
participating artists. Last time, part one, was such a good night so if you
missed it, come to this one – if you haven't, you'll come anyway. The Cost of
Art. The Value of Art A picture is worth 50 words, not 49 or 51. A
multicultural international peripatetic festival. Is the practice, production,
and consumption of art a luxury? What are the commercial, physical, spiritual,
and mental costs of art? What is, or are, the value(s) of art? Luxury Goods
festivals and publications are dedicated to questioning 'cost' and 'value'
through art. Join in, and celebrate art, money, pain, outsiders, guilt and
uncertainty across the world. The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St. I'll be
presenting a new t-shirt. Annouchka Bayley and Janmaat: luxury music. Events
all over the weekend, I think.
Http://foundry.tv/ Http://luxurygoodslondon.com/

MAY 4TH
No Passport Necessary. In the Camden Roundhouse. Mongrel, Swami, Nathan
Flutebox Lee, etc. etc. and deko from NO:ID. Www.roundhouse.org.uk
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Faulheit und Feigheit sind die Ursachen, warum ein so großer Teil der Menschen,
nachdem sie die Natur längst von fremder Leitung frei gesprochen (naturaliter
maiorennes), dennoch gerne zeitlebens unmündig bleiben; und warum es Anderen so
leicht wird, sich zu deren Vormündern aufzuwerfen. Es ist so bequem, unmündig
zu sein. Habe ich ein Buch, das für mich Verstand hat, einen Seelsorger, der
für mich Gewissen hat, einen Arzt, der für mich die Diät beurteilt, u.s.w., so
brauche ich mich ja nicht selbst zu bemühen. Ich habe nicht nötig zu denken,
wenn ich nur bezahlen kann; andere werden das verdrießliche Geschäft schon für
mich übernehmen.
Immanuel Kant, * April 22nd 1724

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Not so long ago, people of the working class were either employed or
unemployed. Today we are all self(un)employed. Celebrating the atomised
individual of a post-class society, or uniting again celebrating how
important each of us is? This is the time of the year to realize that
it's not going to go on as it used to. The only constant is change. We
are the ones doing it, for the good, for the bad.
And our lovely hippie island Raven's Ait down by Surbiton in the Thamse
has been evicted this morning by a massive police force!!! Get down
there and show your support, bring blow up dingies for your leisure
time!!! Check http://ravensait.org.uk/ for directions, watch the news.

CALLOUTS
Interested to show your stuff in the new NO:ID gallery Aldgate, starting
in June, check this space:
http://noidgallery.net/
And/or contact Steve on 07800647174.
Interested in performing on the “Be Your Own Art Night” that we're going
to host in the Fresh Club, starting in June, too? Check the same
website, and / or contact Jan on 07939843968.

Living in Haringey, making art? Check this new website:
http://www.arenaartists.com/

FRIDAY 1ST MAY
Mass Street Party at 5pm, Bank of England. Convicts of the Space
Hijackers.
ALSO
Spectrum Spring 09, presented by The Others, but in a different
location: St Marys Old Church, Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 9ES.
6pm – 8pm, Mr.Aide, Pearl Bates, Espira, Takayuki Hara, Oliver Harud,
Yukiko Iwasa, Carolina Maggio, Tom McDougall, Hannah Milam, Gary Milne,
Odd Job Man, Masayuki Suzuki.
ALSO
Luxury Goods Part II. The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St. A festival about
the value of art. Lots of participating artists, expect an evening of
the unexpected. Our verdict: Worth it. Paintings, sculpture,
installations, performance, live music, and a book publication.
Performances by Gemski, Sebastian Loesner and Annouchka Bayley. Poetry
by Robin Vaughan-Williams.
Luxurygoodslondon.com
ALSO
Peace Not War Party at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston.
Gipsydelica, Joe Driscoll, presented by MC Angel, Planetman.

SATURDAY 2ND
Party at Last Days of Decadence. Brought to you by the crew that brought
you Music and Lights, this night features Captain Strange (funk ska) and
The Lah De Dahs (all girl a capella close harmonies), lots of Djs, and
Trixee Belle doing a pole dancing ballerina show! Free before 8pm, £5
before 9.30 and £7 after.
ALSO
Luxury Goods II, the Foundry, see above. 6pm Lisa Wells Turner: The
Opposite of Waiting. Performance.
ALSO
Dub Down Dalston at Passing Clouds.

SUNDAY 3RD
London Zine Symposium. The Rag Factory, 16-18 Heneage Street, E1 5LJ.
All day, free entrance. The London Zine Symposium 2009 is a day bringing
together zine, small press, comix and radical writers to celebrate DIY
and zine culture. There'll be stalls, workshops, talks, film showings
and lots else beside.
ALSO
Luxury Goods II, the Foundry, see above.
ALSO
You-Nite, The Others, Stoke Newington, with your chance to play table
football with some other St. Pauli Fans. 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke
Newington.
ALSO
Spring Festival in Little Venice, come to chill out with the people on
the boats.

MONDAY 4TH
No Passport Necessary. Swami, Nathan Flutebox Lee, Alex Wilson's Salsa
Con Sol Orchestra, La Bomba Soundsystem, Tippa Irie, North of Ping Pong,
Queens English, etc. etc., Circus Performance, Art Exhibition. Deco:
NO:ID et al. Roundhouse Camden. £15, Chalk Farm Road, NW1 8EH. Box
office: 0844-4828008
www.roundhouse.org.uk.
No screen printing class this Monday, but on subsequent Mondays from
6:30 on appointment with Jan 07939843968 - learn to do it yourself with
minimal equipment for £20 plus materials.
http://noidgallery.net/

TUESDAY 5TH
Cinema Libre at Rampart. Conscious Films in a new location. Rampart St,
Whitechapel.
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EDITORIAL

Good news, the editorial board has saved up
for an Internet connection hence this
mail-out is getting better and bigger. Less
omissions, more fun. Please continue to
contribute by letting us know about your mad
endeavours. Thank you!

There is a lot going on, make sure you read
through all this stuff and don't miss Peyoti
for President's Record Release Party on
Sunday!

http://myspace.com/peyotiforpresident

Raven's Ait under siege - check
http://ravensait.org.uk/ for directions,
watch the news.

CALLOUTS

The new window by Aldgate is getting prettier
and prettier, you may want to come round have
a glance through the shutters or check:

http://noidgallery.net/

And/or contact Steve on 07800647174 for
exhibitions.

Interested in performing on the “Be Your Own
Art Night” that we're going to host in the
Fresh Club, starting in June, too? Check the
same website, and / or contact Jan on
07939843968.

Then, the odd t-shirt printing: is your band
going on tour, or do you fancy a performance
involving lots of people wearing the same?
Get in touch with us – we need the cash to
finance this newsletter...

THURSDAY 7TH

A show in that nice old bank on the corner”.
Launch Party, 6-9.30pm, International group
show hosted by Adrian Palengat. Featuring Jef
Aerosol, Peter Gravelle, Hassan Hajjaj, Jules
Homberg, Savage Henry, Ryan Hadley, Steve,
Emelie Salford, Zeberdee Helm, Ben Allen,
Sunil Pawar, Bom.K, Robalot, Nick Mcfarlane,
Jay Burridge, Luis Perez, Benjamin Wright,
Mr. Wim, Code FC, Dran, Kareem Lofty, Uni,
Jaw, Chris Campbell, Logan, Antoine
Corbineau, Inkie, Tim Blake, Joe Rush, Craig
Lynn, David Le Fleming, Mike Adamson, David
Hollier, Jameson Keane, Lucie Russell, Joe
Black, Miss Bugs, Nick Hannam, Nick
McFarlane, John Counsell, Reuben Sutherland.
133-137 Westborune Grove, London W11 2RS.

ALSO

Edition / Power in Numbers. Cure Studio and
Print Club London have been at it all week
printing 50 different artists work in
editions of 50. All sorts of activities.
Bodhi Gallery, 214 Brick Lane, London E16SA.

http://Www.bodhi-uk.com

ALSO

Permacultures Media Art Event. Artist Simon
Blakmore in conversation. 6pm-9pm. Space HQ,
129-131 Mare St. Whilst in residence in the
Front SPACE for the whole of March, Blackmore
has worked on a project exploring our
relationships to passive data and the
relationship of ‘data forms’ to organic
shapes and developed a drawing device from an
open source rapid prototyping machine to
convert electro-magnetic activity (such as
electro-magnetic frequencies as used by
mobile phones) into beautiful animated
drawings. A 'First Thursdays' event, Simon
will be in available to talk about his work
and give a live demonstration.

ALSO

Milli Moonstone at 12 Bar, Soho, Denmark St.
plus various other acts including Nila Raja.

FRIDAY 8TH

Life Drawing Session ni Church Street.
Sessions will concentrate on drawing dancers
perform, moving models but also normal life
drawing. £10. Newington Dance Space, 231
Church Street/Unit 4/ N16 9HP

ALSO

Prang Records 3D Shark Party. Public Life
(that ol' victorian lavatory!), 82 Commercial
St., E16LY. Warped ideas, black dogs, Merck
-y pasts, and a gentle obsessiveness over
Detroit Techno and GPR. Prang Records - a
hardwaring electronica label, spliced into
three parts - music, installations and
performance. All with a diy punk ethic.
Sampler launch night. Playing live we have
Prang Artist - The Byte Stripes. Clutching
valve oscillators and an accosted press quote
from Aphex Twin. See his mishmashup mix put
to glorious pointy pointy 3d visuals. (Shark
Attack 3 has been rumoured ) Viewmastery
promised - gorillas at large, space attacks,
and tiger man may also feature. 3D glasses
will be provided on the night. DJs: Robin
Saville, Getafixx. Famed for his mixes
(ideometer, sunshine,omnidirectional halo)
and absynth tutorials. And for all those who
cherish microphone miniskirts, an interactive
sound installation on the night. Think
Matthew Herbert - slicing cheese, tomato and
bread to make a track and giving out
sandwiches afterwards. Prang will be
showcasing a popcorn sound piece - salted and
sweet snacks will then be given out before
the 3d footage. Taster CDs will be available
on the night from Prang Artists. Giveaways on
the night.

ALSO

Smuggler's Inn. Live funk and acoustic sets
by live funk and acoustic sets by: flowers in
advance, b-block, rachel maby & her sextet,
acoustic set by patrick, followed by an open
dj set. The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke
Newington.

ALSO

Man Like Me Album Launch. Corsica Studios,
Unit 4 & 5 Elephant Road, Elephant & Castle.
Man Like Me combine indie, rave, grime, ska
and hip hop with matter-of-fact lyrics to
create an unquestionably youthful British
sound. Man Like Me (Live + Guests), JME (Boy
Better Know), Marcus Nasty (RinseFM), Phantom
(Live), N-Type (Wheel & Deal Records), Hatcha
(KissFM), Rude Kid (Dirty Canvas), Magic +
Reecha (Dirty Canvas), AGT Rave Cru,
Thristian BPM (Brownswood), RackNRuin,
Rudimental (DejaVu), Moodie (Deviate), Exel
(Deviate), Mike Jones (Deviate), Rootsteady
(Hyp Hyp Hyp), Tapes (Hyp Hyp Hyp),
Maximillion & Nosworthy (Wedding Smashers),
Rollo Jackson. Courtyard artwork complements
of ATG, Man Like Me T's and Albums on sale,
Cheap drink promo's on the night.

SATURDAY 9TH

Up The Balfron! Discussion. Flat 123, 21st
floor, Balfron Tower, St. Leonards St.,
E140QT. Discussion and closing drinks of
Corinne Felgate's “Just Act Natural”.
Speakers include Sarah Bowker - Jones,
Rebecca Birch, Frog Morris, Lee Campbell,
Henrietta Simson. 2Pm to 5pm.

ALSO

Propeller island presents: Power of a
Discord. A series of events following the
novel by Jules Verne. ‘Power of a Discord’ is
the second chapter. The work showing
celebrates, criticises and examines the
multi-faceted uses of sound and music.
Including musings on melody and discord,
music as protest, patriotism or identity.
Musicals, opera, wrestling, the Dutty Wine
dance and much much more.
Featuring: Team Beswick and Pye, Ildiko
Buckley, Jimmy Dixon, Sarah Doyle, Jamie
Dyson, Amy Feneck, Charlie Franklin, Pippa
Gatty, Alex Glen, Dee Harding, Jane Haughton,
Jonathon Hood, David Hopkinson, Jean Louis
Lanteri Laura, Patti Lennox -Boyd, Martin
Lofty, Lady Lucy, Calum F Kerr, Eric
Maclennan, Mark McGowan, Warren Mclachlan,
Melville& Mitchell, Matthew Poland, Harry
Pye, Keira Rathbone, Christopher Rollen,
Jarrod Sanderson, Thea Stallwood, Jamie
Stevens (undereducated), Adam Smith & Keiko
Takahashi, Katharine Tolloday & Michael
Grime, Jon Trayner, Catherina Turk, Simon
Webb, Phillip Wilson-Perkin, and more... Live
4-way radio transmission performance from 5
till 10pm. Upstairs @ The Bear’, 296a
Camberwell New Road, London, SE5 0RP.

ALSO

Splatter. Improvised music that blends free
jazz, latin-influenced funk, the odd
smattering of abstract noise, an occasional
trace of folk melody, the hint of a pop
refrain, Webernesque dissonance - and that's
just the first number. Venue Name: Luna
Lounge, 7, Church Lane, Leytonstone, London
E11 1HG

ALSO

Secret Sound Clash. Rave Up! Music & Lights
and Club Soho give you sweet music. MMisster
de Vaur -- Latin,punk,60s,eclectic, The
Fenomeno Show -- Reggae, Catnip -- Electro/
eclectic, The Juliets -- Electro/ eclectic,
Slauka -- Dubstep, Hi Fidel Cartel --DnBass
/Dubstep, Cnrst, SDUK, Conman Back2Back --
Electro/ eclectic, Venture & Edit --Selective
Jungle/DnBass, Mc Kemon and the talented
Trudi Mosiamo on Vocals, VJs: Mighty
I,Finness Brothers, SkipRat. 10pm-6am // £5.
Phone 07522902452 for exact directions. West
India Dock Road E14. Burdett Rd Junction,
opposite Domino Pizza. Westferry DLR / Mile
End Tube

SUNDAY 10TH

Peyoti for President Album Launch Party. The
band that played Manu Chao support in 2008.
Conscious, somewhat latin ska punk, can't
resist to dance! Best act this weekend.
Dingwalls, Camden Lock, Middle Yard – NW1
8AB. With support from: Mano de Dios, Virgin
to the Sun, DJ Cal Jader, DJ Tim Rub 'a' Dub.
£8 adv, £10 door. Make sure you take Monday
off or you'll probably have to call in sick
(again).

Www.wegottickets.com

myspace.com/peyotiforpresident

MONDAY 11TH

Learn Screen Printing with DIY equipment.
From 6:30 on appointment with Jan 07939843968
- learn to do it yourself with minimal
equipment for £20 plus materials.
http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO

Misfits Mondays. Troy Bar, 10 Hoxton Street,
N1 6NG. A four-month long mini festival
celebrating innoventive writing in theatre,
poetry, storytelling and the moving
image/film. It is set up as a festival
fundraiser for DYS(THE)LEXI 2009, a festival
celebrating the work of dyslexic writers. £5
on the door, starts 6:30pm.

PREVIEWS

The TreeHouse Gallery is exploring Area10's
timber yard past with A Live event from 3 pm
until 12 midnight on Saturday 16th May. Live
Drawing, Theatre, Performance, Puppetry, Live
Music, Labyrinths, Orbitecture, Hanging Pods,
Projections, Home-Made Ice-Cream, Workshops,
Games. Live Music from Magic Lantern, 52
Commercial Road, Hothead Show, Team B,
Alfie&his Harp, Capitol K,
SuperBestFriendsClub, Zebre Jebre, Oscelots,
whrs nick /\ jack new city, Train Chronicles,
Jonquil. £3 to support The TreeHouse Gallery
this summer in Regents Park, a community
build of several interconnected spaces in the
treetops right by the boating lake, at which
there is to be a full free programme,
Balconies, Walkways, floating gardens,
Hanging Pods!
http://www.thetreehousegallery.org

With Thanks to AREA10 in collaboration with
the TreeHouse Gallery.

www.area10.info

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From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
13.05.2009 21:10
To:
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Nice as pdf: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

Spring comes and all the walls in our new space are now white, the
railings have been restored, it all looks so... exciting... Only two
more weeks and our very own “shop window” will open on June 4TH. See
more under “previews”.

In the meantime, the American government (who's that?) is giving
trillions (!) of dollars to bail out banks – that is more than a
million dollar per inhabitant of the earth. Well you still receive
this newsletter for free... The best things in live are free.

CALLOUTS

Only two weeks to go and the new space will rock! We could still do
with some more proposals for mad appearances on our afterparty “be
your own art”. So basically it will be if you show up and are not
considered art, you'll not get in, good deal no?

http://noidgallery.net/

Contact Steve on 07800647174 for exhibitions, and Jan 079398439 for
performances.

THURSDAY 14TH

Take Back the Power! The Importance of Direct Action Today. Host:
Climate Camp London. 14 May 2009, 18:30 - 21:00 at Human Rights
Action Centre, Amnesty International, 17-25 New Inn Yard. Find out
what YOU can DO to stop climate change. Taking action is the very
first step in making big changes happen. Climate change is the most
urgent challenge we’ve ever faced. Unique opportunity to hear about
direct action from people who have participated in different ways.
Speakers will range from people on the front line to those helping
in the background. To reserve a place/s please RSVP call 07534 598
733 or email london@climatecamp.org.uk

ALSO

Fight for your right to be arty. More of a party than an art night.
Featuring Carrie Reichardt, Mr Spunky, Mark Wydler and Nick
Reynolds. Arrive early for drinks and canapés. Music from Ray
Stanley and starring One More Whisky, The Feral Brothers... Starring
Cush from The Men They Couldn't Hang, Nick from Alabama 3 and Tom
from the Fast Lane Roogalators. 7pm, The Treatment Rooms, 237
Kentish Town Road, London NW5 2JT, www.flaxonptootch.com

ALSO

Win a giant cornish pasty. Frog Morris presents Art, Music, and
Comedy. There will actually be a giant Cornish pasty and you can WIN
the chance to eat it! - Beta Males Picnic - sketch comedy. Aaron
Barschak - comedy terrorist (the man who broke into Prince Harry's
21st Birthday party dressed as Osama Bin Laden) Mister Solo -
Unique Musical Entertainment, back by popular demand! Jake Yapp -
stand-up comedy. Performing such classics as House of Pain's pop hit
'Jump Around' on the ukulele. A3 Free Magazine by artists Daniel
Lehan and Chloe Cooper. Montague Arms, 289 Queens Road, New Cross
SE15, £3 Entry

ALSO

One Year A Music Club at The Others. The first 30 folks in will get
free goody bags containing, amongst lots of other bits o crap, a
compilation CD made up of various acts that have or are going to
play at A Music Club. Live: The Doozer, James III and the Shamaman,
Now. 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.

ALSO

Rampart Cafe. No films, no boring discussions, just food for free
and the enjoyable atmosphere of London's longest standing social
centre squat. 15-17 Rampart St., E1. Should be something about 7ish.

FRIDAY 15TH

Guacamole. Gipsy Dance Party, hosted by Mr Zackary Mckraken. music
from Serbia to Mexico. Accordions, fiddles, brass and many other
exotic excitables, Resident Dj renown Miss Penny Metal. First one
of twice monthly such nights, expect very reasonable contribution at
the door and cheap drinks. Jamboree Club, in the infamous Cable
Street Studios, 566 Cable Street. Can't be more East End than that.

ALSO

Battlejam,feat. 2006 and 2007 UK beatbox champion Beardyman and 2007
UK DMC Champion JFB who have been turning rooms of punters into
rooms of sweaty, dancers for a total of about 9 years, and for the
first time they are bringing the benefit of their experience to bear
on their first official joint venture, Battlejam, at Cargo.
Rivington St., Shoreditch. Bigup! Entrance free.

ALSO

Benefit for 56a Info Shop. 15-17 Rampart St., E1. 52 Commercial
road: beautiful atmospheric post rock. Me and Goliath : Screamo
Core. Sorro: Sludgy Doom. Hobocop- Dissidant Island DJ - dubstep.
Klaus. Minimal step. Donation.

SATURDAY 16TH

TreeHouse Gallery is exploring Area10's timber yard past with A Live
event from 3 pm until 12 midnight. Live Drawing, Theatre,
Performance, Puppetry, Live Music, Labyrinths, Orbitecture, Hanging
Pods, Projections, Home-Made Ice-Cream, Workshops, Games. Live Music
from Magic Lantern, 52 Commercial Road, Hothead Show, Team B,
Alfie&his Harp, Capitol K, SuperBestFriendsClub, Zebre Jebre,
Oscelots, whrs nick /\ jack new city, Train Chronicles, Jonquil.

£3 to The TreeHouse Gallery this summer in Regents Park, several
interconnected spaces in the treetops by the boating lake,
balconies, walkways, floating gardens, hanging pods!

www.thetreehousegallery.org

www.area10.info

ALSO

Euroflashmob. Gather at noon at your unfavorite airport and sing a
song to protest. Music can change the climate!

Www.euroflashmob.eu

ALSO

Succulent Legume. The long awaited release of the magazine. 19:00 -
21:00 at X marks the Bökship, 210 / Unit 3 / Cambridge Heath Road
(Bethnal Green, Central line). Free and super duper cool.

ALSO

Peace Not War ‘Sun Splash’ at Passing Clouds 2 (The Empowering
Church), 3, Richmond road, Dalston, 8pm - 6am. A night of rebel
music, live bands and Dj’s. Live Bands: ARuBA ReD who played both
Royal Festival Hall and Roundhouse. Rebellious reggae-realism. GrAvY
TrAin - ‘Roots anthems for Generation-X…come ready to dance…’.
Kalakuta People - "Like eating food without knife and fork" - Former
Fela Kuti musicians who found refuge in London and have created an
afro-reggae sound splash they call 'London Sound'. The Rub - aka
Mohamed Hussain - "living legend...but don't let him catch you say
that". DJs: Nasty Maquaid, Eltham John. Door Tax: £5 before 23.00
and £7 after (Live music starts at 00.00) RSVP now for £5 all night
entry - group discounts email: byron@peace.fm Peace Not War is a
not-for-profit record label and events organiser bringing conscious
art to the world. info@peace.fm, www.peace.fm

ALSO

King Porter Stomp, Planetman and the Internationalz, Little Blue
Ball party, DJ Dan Danger Ferro (Secret Garden Party) and the
original sound of DJ Chris Tofu ( Continental Drifts). Passing
Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston.

SUNDAY 17TH

Sizzling Sunday at The Others. Doors 7, acts from 8pm. Size Nine -
An energetic stage spectacular from the 8-piece SIZE NINE task
force, who will be mixing deep fried funk, soul, latin, ska and
boogaloo. Shez Raja Collective - serving up an intoxicating
headcharge of funk and jazz fusion with lashings of african, reggae,
latin, drum&bass and arabic vibes - unmissable. Monika Lidke - a
celebration of life through the intimate and enchanting music of
folk-jazz diva. Plus, eclectic groove exploration from DJ NAIL. The
Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.

ALSO

Reggae funk salsa afro jam session at Passing Couds, 1 Richmond
Road. Reliably great evening.

MONDAY 18TH

Learn Screen Printing with DIY equipment. From 6:30 on appointment
with Jan 07939843968 - learn to do it yourself with minimal
equipment for £20 plus materials. Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond
Road, Dalston. http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO

Misfits Mondays. Troy Bar, 10 Hoxton Street, N1 6NG. A four-month
long mini festival celebrating innovative writing in theatre,
poetry, storytelling and the moving image/film. It is set up as a
festival fundraiser for DYS(THE)LEXI 2009, a festival celebrating
the work of dyslexic writers. £5 on the door, starts 6:30pm.

TUESDAY 19TH

Schizophrenia capitalism. Artists Atsuko Chandler and Gillian
Robertson present paintings shaped by the cyclical experience of
action and reflection. They explore aspects of the linguisticand
perceptual complexity of “schizophrenic capitalism,” working in
parallel oncircuits of time and memory, looking for new ways in
which to respond creatively to contemporary conditions by a shared
critical interest in the writingsof Gilles Deleuze and Felix
Guattari. Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark Street, London SE1 1RU, 10am
to 6pm.

WEDNESDAY 20TH

The Incubator. Emily Paige-Short and Dan Westlake are exhibiting a
new sonic/sculptural installation at Shunt. 'The Incubator' is a
site-specific piece using sound, light, movement, polythene, cotton
and organic matter arising from a concern for the idea of the
conservation of life and its struggle in man-built surroundings.
Shunt Lounge – that mad labyrinth underneath London Bridge Station,
Entrance Joiner St., - is about to get shut so get down!
Http://shunt.co.uk/

PREVIEWS

Small World Spring Festival, 21st - 25th May. A small and beautiful
festival, everything is solar powered hence lots of interesting
acoustic music, jam sessions, and everything else mad hippies come
up with to create all that festival madness that's awaiting us. Get
ready! www.smallworldsolarstage.org/

NO:ID Gallery Opening. June 4th. The NO:ID collective has finally
found another shop window to present weekly changing exhibitions,
unknown art, constant change. The fist exhibition will present the
space, the concept, and Janmaat's most recent works. There will be a
variety night after each private view every Thursday. Watch
http://noidgallery.net/ for more, get in touch to get involved.

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From:
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Date:
20.05.2009 16:42
To:
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Spring time, nights and days get longer, even the weekends! Here's for
you folk who stay in town. There is a huge festival on in Tate Modern,
the Stag and Dagger festival in Shoreditch, the Antifolk festival in
12bar, and countless more.

If you fancy leaving for a festival, Small World is on in Kent:
www.smallworldsolarstage.org for tickets. Small festi, solar powered,
lots of folk musicians and kids.

CALLOUTS

NO:ID gallery countdown: 14 more days to go. Got really cool lineup
for the afterparty together already, but this is a night for everyone
to Be Your Own Art. With a focus on spoken word cum music stuff, and
we'd love to encourage you to prepare performances that use languages
other than English.

http://noidgallery.net/

Contact Steve on 07800647174 for exhibitions in the new space, and Jan
079398439 for performances, or use this form:

http://noidgallery.net/contact.html

WEDNESDAY 20

Soundstories, brought to you by The Antic Banquet Wormfood Crew. A
classical concert with no penguins in sight, featuring the Solistice
String Quartet, plus very special guest: internationally acclaimed
cello soloist Alexander Baille performing solo pieces by Hungarian
composer Kodaly and JS Bach and duos with virtuoso violinist son Max
Baille. Expect magic and wild music. 7pm -10pm Concert begins 8pm.
Beautiful Treehouse Cafe food also available...Tickets £6 on the door.
Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston.

ALSO WEDNESDAY

The Incubator. Show in Shunt Lounge down in the labyrinth of London
Bridge Station – Shunt is to close down there so hurry for this one.
Emily Paige-Short and Dan Westlake are exhibiting a new
sonic/sculptural a site-specific piece using sound, light, movement,
polythene, wood, cotton and organic matter. Shunt Vaults, Joiner
Street, SE1 9RL. 6Pm to 3am, you need ID to get in. www.shunt.co.uk

THURSDAY 21

Theatre: Susanna, by N.N. Rakshin, director: Alan Marni. Thursday
21st 7pm, Hen & Chickens, 109 St Paul’s Road Highbury Corner N1 2NA.
Over a modest 34 pages ‘Susanna’ charts the story of three characters
from youthful exuberance to the confusing onslaught of angst ridden
middle-age, starting in the mid-eighties at a sea-port town in the
heart of rural/industrial Soviet Union and ending in early 2000
Moscow.

ALSO THURSDAY

Flora and Melns paintings at The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern Street, as
known from TAA and Calvert Avenue.

ALSO THURSDAY

Skart: Poetry will be Written by All. A stand up poetryand spoken word
Jam. 21 May 2009 18:00 - 21:00, Space HQ, 129-131 Mare St., Hackney.
An evening of poetry and spoken word, audience members are invited to
contribute and collaborate. This free event is open to everyone of all
abilities and ages.

FRIDAY 22

The Spring Antifolk Festival at 12 Bar Club, Denmark Street, Soho,
London WC2. Times: Doors open 6:45pm, music at 7:00pm both nights.
Ends very late. Dates: Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd May. Cost: £6 per
night, or £10 for the whole weekend. Advance tickets from the 12 Bar
Club (020 7240 2622). 7:30 Jude Cowan - 8:00 Dennis Scunt - 8:40 Lucy
Joplin - 9:20 Erin K - 10:00 Filthy Pedro & the Carthaginians - 10.40
Spinmaster Plantpot - 10:55 Paul Hawkins & Thee Awkward Silences -
11:35 Tabloid - 12:10 Sneezy Ts - 12:50 Jimi Gerkin - 01:20 Raymond
Detritus - 02:00 Hello Babies. http://antifolk.co.uk/

ALSO FRIDAY

Tate Modern Festival “Do It Yourself”. A four day festival inside and
outside the Tate Modern full of activities. Futurist Friday, a
vibrant, bustling performance: One Pound Turbo Market, by Thai artist
Surasi Kusolwong will fill the whole of the east end of the Turbine
Hall. In the evening Walter Ruttman’s extraordinary film Berlin,
Symphony of a Great City (1927), accompanied by a live sound
performance from DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid. Try to be there at 4pm
for music performance of Luigo Nono and Janis Kounellis. Lots more on
the fringes.

SATURDAY 23

Stop Police Violence. 15:00 - 18:00, Trafalgar Square, Downing
Street, New Scotland Yard. March from Trafalgar Square to New Scotland
Yard via Downing Street.Tell the Met Police that enough is enough.
Supported by: London Green Party, Stop the War Coalition, SWP, Sean
Rigg Justice and Change Campaign, London Underground Engineering
branch of the RMT, Jubilee South & East London Line RMT, George
Green's School NUT, London Transport region RMT, Labour Representation
Committee, G20 Meltdown, Government of the Dead.

ALSO SATURDAY

The Spring Antifolk Festival at 12 Bar Club, Denmark Street, Soho,
London WC2. Times: Doors open 6:45pm, music at 7:00pm both nights.
Ends very late. Dates: Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd May. Cost: £6 per
night, or £10 for the whole weekend. Advance tickets from the 12 Bar
Club (020 7240 2622). 07:30 Jamie Hanson - 08:00 Numberdan - 08:40
King! - 09:20 David Cronenberg's Wife - 10:00 Danny Fontaine & The
Horns of Fury - 10:40 Thee Awkward Silences - 11:20 Failed Hearts -
12:00 Dana Immanuel - 12:40 TBC - 01.20 Nikesh Shukla/Yam Boy - 02.00
Hello Babies

ALSO SATURDAY

Tate Modern Festival “Do It Yourself”. Surrealist Saturday, a
spectacular promenade-style puppet parade, Merma Never Dies, designed
by the Surrealist painter Joan Miro will be reinvented for Tate, 25
years after it was first shown. Puppets of Miro’s original design will
feature, which range from 7ft giants with heads of monsters to small
creatures that whisper and squeal, set to music. Hans Richter’s
magnificent film Dreams that Money Can Buy (1946) in the evening,
features some of the greatest names in the Dadaist/Surrealist
movement. The Real Tuesday Weld, aka acclaimed British
singer-songwriter Stephen Coates has composed a score in response to
the film which he will perform as a live accompaniment. At 4pm you may
catch Michaelangelo Pistoletto artepovera artist performing live.

ALSO SATURDAY

Radical Routes Birthday Gigl. Attila the Stockbroker - David Rovics +
more. 21 years of Radical Co-operation in Action. 18:00 - 23:55,
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square (Holborn Station). Doors open at 6pm
for food, roving entertainment by the Carbon Town Cryer and a showing
of the recently released film 'Age of Stupid' , starring Pete
Postlethwaite. Featuring: Attilla the Stockbroker, David Rovics, Babar
Luck, Clayton Blizzard. And note that the gig is preceded by a day of
talks and workshops: 'Practical Economics - radical alternatives to a
failed economic system'. Tickets: Gig only tickets are £8 or £4 for
concessions. Meal & gig tickets are £11 or £6 for concessions.

ALSO SATURDAY

Radical Routes 21std birthday afterparty, 11pm – 6am, 15-17 Rampart
St., E1. Eltham John - Jungley Dub; Dr Colossus – Yardcore; Everyday
Junglist - Folkstep Junglism. Trebor soundsystem. Donation.

ALSO SATURDAY

Camaroonian legend Muntu Valdo performing live on harmonica, guitar,
balafon, bass, percussion and ngombi at Passing Clouds - 'the sounds
of a ten-man band teasing your ears'..... Plus Passing Clouds DJs'
Otto Nascarella and Koichi Sakai on the heavy afro-funk tip. R.S.V.P.
as it will be a packed night.... until the early hours. Doors open
9pm. £5 or £8 after 10. www.passingclouds.org. Passing Clouds Works, 1
Richmond Road, Dalston

SUNDAY 24

'We Love Life!' - Spring Bank Holiday Special 19:00pm - 2:00am at
Life / 2-4 Old Street, EC1V 9AA. £2. Line-up: Blitz and The Sheets
live!, Piloru [black&white], Saiba [alien:slang] & Guests; Highpriest
[discogeisha] ; 2-4 Old Street. Early birds will get in for free,
after 9pm it's a small charge of £2 on the door. We'll have a
electro-pop band playing live and some djs, spinning a selection of
j-pop, deep house and drum&bass. flyer:

http://www.residentadvisor.net/images/events/flyer/2009/uk-0524-99253-
front.jpg

ALSO SUNDAY

Tate Modern Festival “Do It Yourself”. For Abstract Sunday, there will
be a performance of John Cage’s Musicircus, produced by Richard
Bernas. This will include a stream of musicians travelling from the
banks of the Thames up into Tate Modern and through the gallery,
culminating in an ensemble with public participation in the Turbine
Hall. In the evening, the world famous jazz saxophonist Courtney Pine
will perform the world premiere of his new score for Kenneth
MacPherson's recently restored cult film Borderline, starring Paul
Robeson. The film score was commissioned through Necessary Journeys,
an Arts Council England funded initiative in partnership with the
British Film Institute's Black World.

MONDAY 25

The Reenactment of the Manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson. Artist Mark
McGowan is to re-enact the manslaughter of Ian Tomlinson at this years
G20 summit. It is to take place at 2PM at the site of the incident,
Royal Exchange, City of London.

ALSO MONDAY

Tate Modern Festival “Do It Yourself”. For a climactic finale on
Minimalist Monday, Trisha Brown Dance Company will re-stage her
seminal piece Man Walking Down the Side of a Building (1971) for the
first time in over 20 years, in which a dancer will daringly descend
the front facade of Tate Modern. Three leading international
electronic composers/artists, Ryoji Ikeda (Japan), Carsten Nicolai aka
Alva-Noto (Germany) and Robert Henke aka Monolake (Germany) will each
perform a 30 minute set for the final evening. These performances
combine live electronic music with large scale projections of computer
generated graphics. Then, outside on the green, the nail in the coffin
of the festival: Lonesome Cowboys from Hell at 5pm fresh back from
Kent with another dose of high voltage psycho country music
performance. This is part of the House of Fairytales stage. Matthew
Robins to perform The Death of Flyboy with a band.

No Screen Printing Class in case you were in doubt. See you next week.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
28.05.2009 08:42
To:
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For printing out http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

Okay, got stuff messed up last week. Did anybody notice?

CALLOUTS
NO:ID gallery countdown: 7 more days to go. Got really cool lineup
for the afterparty together already (The Readers, KLK), but this is a
night for everyone to Be Your Own Art. We will have an amazingly
super huge space perfect for performance so put it in your diary now:
exhibition opening Thursday June 4th 6pm-9pm, then – until 1am
performance and more next door.
http://noidgallery.net/
Contact Steve on 07800647174 for exhibitions in the new space, and
Jan 079398439 for performances, or use this form:
http://noidgallery.net/contact.html

THURSDAY 28
Credit Were Credit is Due. A mesh of audio works, drawing, film,
painting, sculpture and installation. A living exhibition rejected by
the white cube which has spilled beneath the streets and dynamically
enmeshed in this shadowy environ. This location is itself an echo of
the times: basement of Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, EC1V
9LT.
ALSO THURSDAY
Thomas Bayrle, Ann Lislegaard, and Ultra-red. Large sculptural work
and animations and sound works are brought together for Raven Row's
second exhibition. Activist artist collective Ultra-red contribute to
the show with collaborative work produced during their residency.
http://ravenrow.org an impressive new venue hidden in the labyrinthic
alleyways east of Liverpool St.
ALSO THURSDAY
Off the map. Exploring how we can begin to map information often
neglected by traditional cartographic maps - the social, emotional
and political worlds we inhabit. Shiraz Bayjoo, Gayle Chong Kwan,
Othello De'Souza-Hartley, Maria Kheirkhah, Agnes Poitevin-Navarre,
Theresa Rahman, Susan Stockwell and Jeremy Wood. iniva - Institute of
International Visual Arts, Rivington Place, EC2A 3BA, www.iniva.org
ALSO THURSDAY
Off Modern. Exhibition, and concert. 28 May 21:00 - 03:00. Corsica
Studios, 4/5 Elephant Road, Southwark, SE17. Closing party for
Frontiers exhibition in the new Elephant Rooms gallery, opening both
rooms in Corsica Studios packed with bands and djs.. Tronik Youth
(dj), Midfield General (live), Your Twenties (live), Fiction (live),
plus dj sets from Cocadisco, Lixo (Get Me), Solid Gold (Trouble
Vision), and many more. Copies of the new issue of Fun magazine for
free, the first 50 people get in for free, £5 otherwise.
www.offmodern.com
ALSO THURSDAY
Saddest music in the world contest. 8:00 PM sadness til 2:00 AM /£5.
Inspired by Guy Maddin’s film of the same name, Lady Ane Angel and
Lalla Morte go on a quest. Each artist gets to play one song. There
will be a crying contest. Some side-show performers, a burlesque
princesses, and DJs who will bring you their best in heartbreaking
acts and songs. Compere: Anil Desai. Competitors include Delaney
Davidson (New Zealand), Vic Ruggiero from The Slackers (US),
Paul-Ronney Angel from The Urban Voodoo Machine (Norway), Duncan de
Morgan from the Woodsmen (England). Performances by Missy Macabre
and Suri Sumatra. DJs The WeepingWidows and Chris Martin. Bethnal
Green Working Mens Cub, 40-42 Pollard Row, London, E2 6NB.

FRIDAY 29
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell at Dirty Cop Friday, The Old Police
Station, Deptford, 114-116 Amersham Vale (next to the news police
station) SE14 6LG. Part of a band and performance night. They are
JK-ee on ukulele, guitar, harmonica etc. etc., Frank E. on vocal
chords, Jan E. on bucket bass, and Bill E. on fiddle. From 8pm.
Entrance free. Plus: Kiteseason, and Neurotic Mass Movement (live).
Building shuts at 11pm don't miss!
ALSO FRIDAY
Cinema Clandestino in Library House, 52 Knatchbull Road, London SE5
9QY, 7:30, on donation. Films: 1. Fretco: Occupied Factories and
Worker's Control in Venezuela. 2. La Toma (The Take).
ALSO FRIDAY
On The Line: Shane Bradford, Oliver Clegg, Cédric Lefebvre, Ian
Monroe, Ben Newton, Ayman Ramadan, Gavin Turk. Curated by Pascaline
Monier, this exhibition aims to discuss and open the debate on the
possible effects of the current economical downturn on the art world.
Takes place in an artists run space where the physical height is
ironically 8 feet, thus turning the display into a sub-Salon
exhibition where no preconceptions of historical hierarchical display
can be assumed. 1 Yoakley Road, N16 0JX; www.crimestown.co.uk;
Private view 6-9pm.
ALSO FRIDAY
Five Years rampart social center!!! celebrate with no mas nada, thee
intolerable kidd, 52 commercial road and savlon rocking the stage.
and the djs walid & kitty, steene and klanger melting the decks. 9pm
til late, entry £3 donation, 9pm til late. no mas nada: funky ska
with latin roots; thee intolerable kidd: intense performance
inbetween country, gypsy and blues. 52 commercial road: music to
feel, rather to dance. david cronenberg's wife: the spearhead of
londons antifolk scene play quirky, deep, disturbing as well as dancy
and fun tunes. savlon: canterbury's best math rock band, energetic
set. djs kitty kate, walid, steene, klanger.
ALSO FRIDAY
The Music & Lights Crew and friends team together to put on sound
clash this Friday 29th May. Short notice but not short on quality!
Coming with the reggae, dubstep, eclectica, electro and bass in the
place from: yordan/ slauka/ junior/ greggae/ irek/ the juliets/
catnip/ kalina/ morski/ koichi sakai/ ed/ bua & mr de vaur. This
night has been thrown together to support a Balkans music/arts
project we are setting up. Cafe Fresh, 29 Commercial Road (next to
the new id place)
ALSO FRIDAY
Soundburger. + an absinthe ritual of luke while he plays lovely music
on his gramophone. Jamboree, Cable Street Studios, 566 Cable St., E1W
3HB, DLR Limehouse. 7-12pm.
ALSO FRIDAY
Conscious Reverb. Reggae sounds both live and spinning. The Jah Lion
Heart Band, playing roots reggae to warm ya heart and make ya dance!
On the decks will be DJ Daddy Foundation, Selecta Mr Shifta,
DreadHead and Fiyahgirl. Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond Road,
Dalston.

SATURDAY 30
15 Minute Factory, Saturday 30th May 5pm to midnight: performance :
art : film : live music : djs : cabaret, at The Rag Factory, 16-18
Heneage Street E1 5JL (off Brick Lane), Tickets £8 On the Door or £6
Guestlist, email 15ticket@gmail.com list closes midnight 29/05/09
ALSO SATURDAY
Keep Calm And Carry On. Host: Cardboard Citizens. 30 May 18:30 -
21:30, The Churchill Museum and Cabinet War Rooms, King Charles
Street. Join a group of young refugees and asylum seekers for a
promenade performance in Churchill's underground bunker. The show was
developed in response to Cardboard Citizens' new play Mincemeat, to
the artefacts in the Cabinet War Rooms and to the history of
homelessness and displacement during wartime. Those attending this
performance will also have exclusive access to the Churchill Museum &
Cabinet War Rooms before and after the performance.
ALSO SATURDAY
EdensoundS residents, The Alchemist and Graham Edensounds: Salon du
Thé. An installation event. 30 May 19:00 - 00:00, Location: The
Golden Hinde Galleon, St Mary Overie Dock, Catherdral Street. Salon
du Thé is a surreal cafe. Performance, installation, spoken word,
acoustic composition. Featuring musicians: magda - piano
compositions, Blabbermouth - antifolk, Kay Elizabeth - soundpoetry,
Seb Genoviese - acoustic compositions, Yinka of Sabata - acoustic
compositions, Genevieve K., Antonio Alfaro Sanches. Optional
schmoozing, grooving and dancing to The Alchemist and Graham
EdensoundS. Fancy dress optional £5/ £3 concessions... Arrrrrr....
ALSO SATURDAT
Billy Childish and the Musicians of the British Empire. Plus: Lil'
Lost Lou. A night of Garage Punk Rock’n’Roll. Doors 8pm, bar now
open till 4am. Plus support and DJ’s. Tickets £8 from
wegottickets.com. Barden's Boudoir: 36-44 Stoke Newington Road, N16
7XJ

SUNDAY 31
Shed and a Half Gallery: Spring Rooftop Party and event on from 3pm
for Jane Frost's global charitable art project - see
www.shedandahalfgallery.com for more details of the show. It's a
bring-a-dish, children, dogs and friends-friendly event. Please RSVP
per text to 07980856844. Studio 4, 150 Curtain Road, EC2A 3AT, 3pm
until the end.
ALSO SUNDAY
Keep Calm And Carry On. Host: Cardboard Citizens. See Saturday, same
place and time.
ALSO SUNDAY
Garageland 8: Launch of the Nostalgia issue. Tea, cakes and last
chance to see The Field. Transition Gallery. 15:00 - 18:00 Unit 25a,
Regents Studios, 8 Andrews Road, E8 4QN. Conceived, written and
illustrated by artists, each issue of Garageland has a distinct
theme. The magazine features essays, fiction, show previews, artist
features, film club, interviews and comment and appeared at The
London Art Book fair at The Whitechapel Gallery in Sep 2009. It was
included in Kiosk at the ICA in 2007 and is part of the Publish and
be Damned touring archive.

MONDAY 1
Climate Rush Pedal Power. Take on the eco criminals and their
political cronies on a bike. Assemble outside the coal conference to
greet them as they leave at 5pm on St James Square, SW1Y 4LE. At 6pm
take off on bikes for a relaxed tour of London, taking in climate
crime scenes and buildings that may be harbouring climate criminals.
People power not coal power, trains not planes, bikes not cars.
www.climaterush.co.uk
ALSO MONDAY
Screen Printing Class in case you were in doubt. Call Jan 07939843968
for location etc.

PREVIEWS
Thursday next week: Opening of the New NO:ID Gallery in 31 Commercial
Road, with works from Janmaat and after Party “Be Your Own Art” in
special location featuring The Readers, KLK, and more TBA.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
10.06.2009 18:44
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

NO:ID Newsletter - June 2009

As pdf: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

as html: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html

http://noidgallery.net/elisting.html for more info.

Thank you all that was great. The gallery is open and running
and we expect more days and nights full of inspiration and
crazyness. Special thanks to Kashim of Cafe Fresh and Alhambra
team for the venue management, Michael Bucknall for stage
management, The Readers, KLK, Annouchka and J. Blister for
their outstanding creativity. And all this was just the
beginning!

News on the Newsletter: We find it really challenging to catch
up with the amount of suggested events we're receiving, and
particularly to re-type information that we get submitted as
e-flyer jpg – hey, we're a text based listing!!! So to make it
easier for you to submit your events, and for us to publish
them, please do us a favour and fill all info in the form on
http://noidgallery.net/addevent.html or send us a plain text
email.

THURSDAY 11

Janmaat: NO:ID queens on canvas. A must-have for the modern
yuppie anarchist. The royals seem the only institution not
shaken by the expenses scandal. How much does it cost do mow
Lizzie's lawn? Exhibition continues, and there are t-shirts
bags and the canvases for sale. Gallery is open Friday to
Sunday 1pm to 6pm.

Be Your Own Art at NO:ID gallery. An open mic night without
mic. Come down to the gallery and fill it with live. Featuring
J. Blister on bucket bass. 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG (Aldgate
East).

ALSO THURSDAY

A Line, A Road, Abridged. Preview . 7 - 10pm, be at the
bonfire at 9pm to see work by Rebecca Ribichini. Gabriel
Birch, Simona Brinkmann, Charlesworth, Lewandowski & Mann, Toby
Huddlestone, Emily Hussey, Nick Mortimer. Abridged is a group
exhibition that explore 7 diverse artistic practices as they
respond to the specificities of the gallery space, its relation
to the city and wider political issues. Hold and Freight
Gallery,

ALSO THURSDAY

Russian Spirit Returns. Siberian film festival launches at the
Foundry with a free exhibition of contemporary Russian posters
from 7pm. The Foundry / www.foundry.tv, 84 Great Eastern
Street, London EC2A 3JL.

ALSO THURSDAY

Tat Does Shepherd Market. Canvases. Tat's canvases take on
structure of thickly layered paint in oppressive tones of black
and grey with strips of communistic red mimic the city
landscape. An opportunity to view these works in the most
exclusive of settings: the first class 5 floor Mayfair property
is recently refurbished. 6:30-9pm, 30 Shepherd Street,
Shepherds Market, Mayfair W1J 7JJ.

ALSO THURSDAY

A Music Club. Every second Thursday of each month. Doors at
7pm first Band on at 8pm music til 12am, £4 entry. *Now* plus
magnus spectrum, oink, roshi & pars radio, the fungus gardens;
djs: notebook of a mermaid, whitevangirl. The Others, 6-8 Manor
Road, Stoke Newington.

ALSO THURSDAY

EU and Fascism on the rise - film night 'It Happened Here' .
7pm. Rampart Social Centre, Rampart St., E1. Free / donation.

FRIDAY 12

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Janmaat's prints – canvases, shirts, bags.
Http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO FRIDAY

David Gray - The Dream That Days Break Exhibition Launch Party:
from 7.00pm onwards RSVP bodhi_bricklane@yahoo.co.uk .
Exhibition runs until the 24th June. First major solo
exhibition by photographer David A. Gray. The widely acclaimed
portfolio of works will be turned into an exhibition of images
from the past 10 years of the artist’s work. The Dream That
Days Break portfolio is a new collectable limited edition
photographic book and print series by David A Gray. bodhi bar
/ gallery, 214 brick lane, london e1 6sa, www.bodhi-uk.com

ALSO FRIDAY

Saravah Soul live (Tru Thoughts Records) playing their first
gig at Passing Clouds following their hugely successful
pan-Brazillian tour. A night of high velocity raw
afro-brazillian latin grooves hosted by Otto Nascarella plus
Brazillian scratch superstar DJ D.Vyzor. These guys know how
to party! Doors 9pm, £5 before 10, £8 after. Passing Clouds
Works, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston.

SATURDAY 13

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Janmaat's prints – canvases, shirts, bags.
Http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO SATURDAY

RART Manifesto I. Bash Studios, 65-71 Scrutton Street (corner
with Curtain Road), EC2A 4PJ. Private View 6-9pm. Johnathan
Aldous, Mark Bell, Michael Bowdidge, Cristopher Bond, Laura
Green, Kate Hawkins, Daniel Paton, Emily Paige Short, Joanna
Steel, Andrew Sutherland, Elliott Young, Beth Louise Walker,
Adam Watts, Ita Maude Wooler. Work from found and appropriated
objects.

ALSO SATURDAY

Versil fashion show - versatile variations. 13 June 2009 19:00
- 23:00, The Lane Suite (formally Temple Rooms). 12-20 Osborn
Street, Brick Lane, London, E1 6TE. Hosting on the night:
Comedian Little Man. Showcasing their work: Versil, Fully
Charged, Style Surgery, Dog House, Raynique, Wild Suga,
Something Old Something New Something Made by Keisha just for
you, jewellery by Jo. Also featuring on the night live
performances from Kersha Bailey and Get Hench. Expect free give
aways. Doors open at 7pm show starts at 8pm, free entry on
guest list before 7:30pm, £5 entry after. Over 18s only: ID
Required. Dress Code: Smart causal, Smart trainers allowed. No
hats, No Hoods, No Football shirts (except FC St. Pauli). Email
your names to veril@live.co.uk

ALSO SATURDAY

The Antic Establishment presents: The hyper inflated summer
ball. Lucky 13. Swing on the floor and cards on tables. Fast
times and fake money. Featuring cross dressing bankers, a
casino asylum, an organ auction, a silent disco waltz, poker,
roulette and solitaire, live jazz (Peter Borthwick) and cabaret
in the Den of Iniquity. Dress: Black and bright tie for girls
and boys. Half price for the half dressed. Music: Bunty,
Nouvelle Croix, John Langan Band (direct from Glasgow), Dixie
Ticklers, Noemie (Gentle Mystics), Sugar House DJ's and the Fat
Controller playing gypsy swing and techno waltz. The
Empowering Church (New Passing Clouds), Richmond Road, Dalston,
From 9pm. Speak easy, swing easy, hold tight.

ALSO SATURDAY

Passing Clouds presents uplifting live Afro-roots reggae from
original north London rebels One Jah headed up by the ever
defiant I Jah Mo with his captivating, system defying lyrics
also featuring star bassist and Soothsayers producer Jeff Man
plus old-skool conscious live dub specialists Solid Foundation
Soundsystem plus Afro-groove highlight DJ Red Clay
(Components). £5 before 10, £7 after. 1 Richmond Road, Dalston.

ALSO SATURDAY

Bass Pressure, A Night of Jungle, Dubstep n Dancehall.
Featuring Rowan (Megabitch Soundsystem) Hobocop
(dissidentisland.org) Dj Panjea, KittyKrump, Whalid
(infobass.com) & La Etnia (wirelessfm.net). Excellent night of
bass heavy music & conscious visuals. Babylon aint that tuff!
From 9 til later. Post G20 Benefit. £3 Donation Entry. Rampart
Social Center, Rampart St., E1.

ALSO SATURDAY

Bust-A-Gut, with Trash Kit + Internet Forever + Bloody Knees.
Jamboree, Courtyard at Cable Street Studios, London, E1W 3HB,
Cost: £3

SUNDAY 14

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Janmaat's prints – canvases, shirts, bags.
Http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO SUNDAY

Carpe Diem. The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington. Doors
7pm, £5. Bands on the night: Cosmic, How the Argument started.
Short Films from some of London’s freshes talent, A Burlesque
comic stripper will be performing for your delights, and Dj
Subliminal K, flippin’ it like that.

MONDAY 15

Maybe Screen Printing Class. If you manage to bring a window
glass or glass table to the new NO:ID gallery, we'll create a
screen for free for you. Call Jan 07939843968.

TUESDAY 16

Two Degrees. 10:00 - 22:00. Toynbee Studios, 28 Commercial
Street. A week long programme of work by radical and
politically engaged artists about climate change and our
relationship with the environment. According to reports last
month, a catastrophic 2C rise in global temperatures could be
as little as 40 years away. Artsadmin has brought together over
20 radical and politically engaged artists to create work that
confronts climate change head on. With as many events taking
place on the streets around Toynbee Studios as in the theatre,
we’re asking you to join these artists; whether by sharing an
organic picnic, exploring London’s forgotten waterways,
sampling an airline meal or foraging for food in the City of
London. Led by artists, Two Degrees puts climate change at the
very centre of how we live and work.

WEDNESDAY 17

The sustainable arts awards exhibition. 17 June 2009 at 10:00 -
18:00, Bash Studios, 65 - 71 Scrutton Street. Bash has invited
artists, performers and speakers creating environmental art to
take part in an exhibition, in conjunction with RSA. The
successful artists will feature in this two-week exhibition,
chosen by a panel of industry experts. The Sustainable Art
Awards is part of Respond! a nationwide call-out for ethical
artists in association with the RSA Arts and Ecology Center.
Come and view the exhibits from the next generation of cutting
edge, ethical artists, showcased in the heart of Shoreditch.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
17.06.2009 22:14
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Here we are again dear art and music lovers!

This text-only email can be viewed as pdf or html
following this link:

http://noidgallery.net/elisting.html

NO:ID goes interactive. Not only is there now a form on
noidgallery.net to submit your events for listing, now
there also is a forum! Please use it and tell us how
great we are!

http://noidgallery.net/phpBB3/index.php

And also new, we're printing this newsletter out now and
you can pick them up for free at NO:ID Gallery. That's
where you can also see great art, network, and buy our
famous t-shirt: Friday to Sunday 1pm to 6pm, 31
Commercial Road.

New Social Centre / Ecovillage Project In The Suffolk
Area. It's got many acres of land attached, and various
groups will hopefully be coming to give workshops on
climate change, sharing various skills and activism. If
you want to get involved in the occupation, would like
to come and live there, get involved in any of the
activities, or have something you would like to teach,
please email cocklehorsecrab@googlemail.com or call
07875192615.

Two Degrees. 10:00 - 22:00. Toynbee Studios, 28
Commercial Street. Two Degrees is a week long programme
of work by radical and politically engaged artists about
climate change and our relationship with the
environment. According to reports last month, a
catastrophic 2C rise in global temperatures could be as
little as 40 years away. Artsadmin has brought together
over 20 radical and politically engaged artists to
create work that confronts climate change head on. With
as many events taking place on the streets around
Toynbee Studios as in the theatre, we’re asking you to
join these artists; whether by sharing an organic
picnic, exploring London’s forgotten waterways, sampling
an airline meal or foraging for food in the City of
London. Led by artists, Two Degrees puts climate change
at the very centre of how we live and work. Goes on
until Sunday.

THURSDAY 18

Gera Urkom - Denying Matisse : 'L'escargot Noir'.
Gera Urkom (renowned Belgrade-born Painter /
Conceptualist) continues his on-going intellectual
debate with the history of painting as the Primary forum
for the explication of complex meaning in the
Post-Modernist 21st Century. NO:ID Gallery, 31
Commercial Road, E1 1LG, noidgallery.net.

FOLLOWED BY

Be Your Own Art – An open mic night without mic. Same
location or somewhere next to it. E1 is the place!

ALSO THURSDAY

Small Worlds. Galactica Hilton, Benjamin McGowan,
Marguerite Fox. Contemporary Urban Centre. 18 June 2009
5pm-6pm, 73 -81 Southwark Bridge Road SE1 0NQ. Small
Worlds is an exhibition by three young artists,
Galactica Hilton ( age 9), Benjamin McGowan (age 7) and
Marguerite Fox (age 8). It’s an exploration into a
child's world, with the incredible sense of adventure
and knowledge that only exists within the minds of
children; with their wonder still intact.

ALSO THURSDAY

Art School Photographic Degree Show Party and PV 6-10 pm
Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane E1 6QL:
http://www.free-range.org.uk

ALSO THURSDAY

Royal Holloway Media Arts Degree Show at 30 Vyner St E2
9DQ 6-9 pm.

ALSO THURSDAY

This years afterparty for Goldsmiths College 9pm until
3am. £10. The Old Police Station, Deptford. 114 Amersham
Vale.

ALSO THURSDAY

Savage Messiah Film Night at Slump City. A night of
activist and artists films. Jenny Gordon; Breaking the
Spell - footage from Seattle 1999, Genoa 2001, The Angry
Brigade (aka The Stoke Newington 8), It Happened There
(UK 1966, alternative history film where Nazi Germany
successfully invades. 18:30 - 21:00, SPACE, 129 - 131
Mare Street. Presented by Laura Oldfield Ford.

ALSO THURSDAY

Underground Jazz Projects. Working at the edge of the
contemporary jazz scene MOTIV mix jazz improvisation
with a modern big beat sound. Creating angular harmonies
over break beats and funky drum & bass, two horn players
and a four piece rhythm section produce a funky jazzy
sound. The Others, 6-8 Manor Road.

FRIDAY 19

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Gera Urkom - Denying Matisse.
noidgallery.net.

ALSO FRIDAY

Private View 6-9 pm Chelsea Art School Degree Show -
Millbank next to Tate Britain in old naval hospital
building - as good for people watching as the art.

ALSO FRIDAY

Open Studios 6.30 -o 9 pm P1 Launch Bowartstrust Open
100 Artist Studios; and art show at Nunnery Gallery,
same location: 181-183 Bow Road E3 2SJ - fault line-
art in the age of anxiety. www.bowarts.org

ALSO FRIDAY

Creekside Artists Open Studios. Free. Privateview: 19.
Jun, 6pm - 9pm. Unit A 110 / 112 / 114 Faircharm Trading
Estate, Creekside, London SE8 3DX. Following this
month’s group show of work at the Menier Gallery,
Creekside Artists will be opening their studios to the
public during the weekend of 20th – 21st June. The
studios are located in the Faircharm Trading Estate,
just a few minutes from Deptford Bridge DLR station.

ALSO FRIDAY

Baobab: a spiritual mix of afrocentricity and super
bad-ass funk, coming together in an unmissable double
bill by two of the foremost thinking bands on the
African music circuit: Camaroonian Afro-Blues and funk
sensation Muntu Valdo and the riotous 11 piece Afrobeat
band Yaaba Funk. Expect highly energetic live music and
Djs. Doors 9pm. £5 before 10, £8 after. Passing Clouds
Works, 1 Richmond Road.

SATURDAY 20

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Gera Urkom - Denying Matisse.
noidgallery.net.

ALSO SATURDAY

Paradise Gardens. Open Air festival in Victoria Park,
Hackney. Midday to 10.30pm. Lots of stuff, see
www.paradisegardens.org.uk.

ALSO SATURDAY

Midsummer exhibition party in 91 Eastway hackney wick -
art and performance evening in artists studios setting.
From 7pm.

ALSO SATURDAY

Paradise Garden After Party Paradise Found. featuring
Brazillian funk master Adriano Trinidade plus all the
way from France, Paradise Gardens headliners Dynamics
with their American soul take on Jamaican music,
retracing connections between soul, reggae and dub,
mixing old-school flavours and modern production
techniques. Plus live, Planetman and the Internationalz
plus DJ Chris Tofu (Continental Drifts). Doors 9pm. £5
before 10, £8 after

ALSO SATURDAY

Open Mic Night @theBASSTRAP - Tottenham Chances Club -
399a Tottenham High Rd - N17 6QN

SUNDAY 21

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Gera Urkom - Denying Matisse.
noidgallery.net. Http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO SUNDAY

Portobello Summer Festival. Under the Westway, Acklam
Rd, W10 off Portobello Rd. Summer solstice music
festival in the heart of portobello, featuring the
mighty arkology and the anarchic jazz ska of Radio
Revolucion + legendary dna cowboys + the project + more.
Special guests Annouchka Bayley (voc) and J. Blister
(bucket bass) as known from NO:ID. With stall space,
bar, food and loads of other stuff.

ALSO SUNDAY

Paradise Gardens. Open Air festival in Victoria Park,
Hackney. Midday to 10.30pm. Lots of stuff, see
www.paradisegardens.org.uk.

ALSO SUNDAY

Sizzling Sunday at The Others, Doors 7pm, acts from 8pm.
Shez Raja Collective will be serving up an intoxicating
headcharge of funk and jazz fusion with lashings of
african, reggae, latin, drum&bass and arabic vibes.
Monika Lidke: A celebration of life through the intimate
and enchanting music of folk-jazz diva. Plus, eclectic
groove exploration from DJ Nail. And table football for
free. 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.

MONDAY 22

Alexey Kiselev & Danila Polyakov. 6-9pm, 79 Beak Street
Regent Street London W1F 9SU: The Naughty Noughties. The
project displays the results of a two-year experiment
and visual reincarnation of Danila that were collected
by Alexey Kiselev and combined to make one story. Danila
Polyakov uses the body itself as a language tool to
express his natural narcissism. His only wish is to be
recorded - to remain forever in the present moment of
action without making any common sense to the viewer.
The Naughty Noughties is presented in three dimensions:
poster, performance and video. Live performance, video,
interview with the artists will be translated in a real
time to the Moscow press event.

ALSO MONDAY

NO Screen Printing Class. The next class in DIY printing
will be held as a two-day evening crash-course July 6th
and 7th. Contact NO:ID to inquire if there is (still)
space and for booking.

TUESDAY 23

Jazz Night at The Last Days of Decadence. Featuring
Jerome Harper (trombone), and high profile friends.
Free, and brilliant!

WEDNESDAY 24

Supersonic Festival. Gibb Street, Birmingham, Custard
Factory.

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noid_52.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
01.07.2009 17:05
To:
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Hot summer, hot dates! And don't you worry, I'll be back soon!
THURSDAY 2
Guðrún Sigríður Haraldsdóttir: Known Not Known. NO:ID gallery, 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG,
6pm – 9pm, free. Works created during a residency earlier this year, at Breiðdalssetur, a
museum on the east coast of Iceland. This body of work is based on an album of early 20th
century photographs found at a remote farm nearby and examines the idea of identification
and reliability of information. What is identification and who is it for? – how and what do
we read into information left to us by our ancestors? The images are digitally printed and
embedded in a translucent skin like flakes. Some linger in the air as unclear, ambiguous
memories of people from times long gone and others framed, focusing and examining the
information left through the methods and materials of the period.
http://noidgallery.net/newid.html
ALSO THURSDAY
First Thursdays – Mammoth Art party in all gallery venues in the East End, really.
Http://firstthursdays.co.uk/

FRIDAY 3
Guðrún Sigríður Haraldsdóttir: Known Not Known. noidgallery.net
ALSO FRIDAY
Open Studios at the Old Police Station, Deptford SE14 6LG, 114 Amersham Vale, noon to 6pm,
followed by private views and more mayham.
ALSO FRIDAY
A Cloud in Trousers. Evening of Poetry and Music with Samantha Bloom, Jeremy Isaacs, and
Eben Tjalve Wilton's Music Hall, near Cable Street / Leman St., E1, 8pm.
www.wiltons.org.uk.
ALSO FRIDAY
El Solar (the Cuban Favella) 21:00 - 03:00, Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston
E8. A blend of Afro beat, Reggae and funk with hot new band Los Sputniks fronted by the
Cuban rebel Clem 'the Fixer' George (vocals and percussion), Sabina Challenger (vocals),
Matteo Grassi (bass and vocals), Thibaut Remy (Guitar) Marc Brnun (drums), John Martin
(saxophone), Jaro Barnik (trumpet) and Ewan Bleach (bari Saxophone). Doors open 9pm with
DJ's playing an eclectic mix including Funk and Afro beat, Show starts at 11pm.

SATURDAY 4
Guðrún Sigríður Haraldsdóttir: Known Not Known. noidgallery.net
ALSO SATURDAY
Savage Messiah walk along the path of the river fleet. As part of Housmans bookshop
‘London’s burning’ programme of events Laura Oldfield Ford invites you to join a collective
tracing of the Fleet, one of London’s lost rivers. First meeting point 2pm Hampstead tube—
Second meeting point 4pm approx Quinns public house, the point where the two tributaries of
the Fleet converge.. 65, Kentish Town Rd, London, NW1 8NY --end approx 6pm Housman’s
Bookshop, Caledonian Road, Kings Cross N1 where we will be showing London films, more info
to follow. This event is FREE but we will be collecting donations at Housmans for food and
drink.
ALSO SATURDAZ
Summer Exhibitionists, Private view: 3-9pm. WW Gallery, 30 Queensdown Rd, London E5 8NN.
Carnivalesque summer romp, a group show based upon the history of Fairground, Music Hall,
Circus and Seaside Amusements. All the Fun of the Fair!!! Scenes of the absurd, grotesque
exaggeration and dancing girls, wild musicians, Royal Academicians in compromising
positions, the amazing Suitcase of Surprises, the Cabinet of Curiosities. Featuring the
Artists: Boa Swindler, Eva Lis, Enzo Marra, Sardine & Tobleroni, Matt Day, Mimi Norrgren,
Lorraine Clarke and the Artistes: Honeytrap, Ruby Tuesday and Madeleine Dunbar.
ALSO SATURDAY
Open Studios at the Old Police Station, Deptford SE14 6LG, 114 Amersham Vale, noon to 6pm.
ALSO SATURDAY
Deptford Independence Day – Today Deptford, the toejam all-day music festival at the
Deptford Arms, 52 Deptford High Street, SE8. Lonesome Cowboys from Hell (Tim Flitcroft,
Calum F. Kerr, Billy Smith, Jan Maat) on at 6.15pm quick sharp. Free.
ALSO SATURDAY
behind bars xv "tranny-punk-ho-down meets punx picnic afterhours” Benefit Supporting Kaos GL
and Pembe Hayat. Turkey’s first Lesbian / Gay / Trans Gender magazine. 8pm till late, 14
Rampart St. E1., donation. Featuring Spiritwo De Band Live at about 2am.

SUNDAY 5
Guðrún Sigríður Haraldsdóttir: Known Not Known. noidgallery.net
ALSO SUNDAY
Vicky gold brand new art superstar at Guy Hilton Gallery, 14:00 - 18:00, 35 Fournier Street.
In her very first show after having her work censored and pulled form her BA final degree
show at Goldsmiths Vicky Gold is to present Me and Teacher at the Guy Hilton Gallery. Vicky
loves Paul her personal tutor from Goldsmiths, the faculty didn't like it, because she
kissed him and then revealed more, but she wasn't allowed to show it, now we will see what
all the fuss was about.
ALSO SUNDAY
You-Nite at The Others. Jam Session hosted by Dave Pepper and Milli and Moonstones. Special
guests plus Dj Odd Job Man - laying down select cuts from the broadest beats, with a jam
sesh …. bring your good times and happy vibes. From 8pm, three quid, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke
Newington.

MONDAY 6
NO:ID screen printing workshop. Yes, there are still two places free, please send a text to
Jan 07939843968 or email jan@noidgallery.net to register. Well the blurb is on
noidgallery.net, of course. It's a two-day crashcourse teaching you how to build up your
own D.I.Y. screen print workshop, 50 quid for the two nights – 6:30pm to 8:30pm, max. 4
persons in a class.

TUESDAY 7
Second day of NO:ID print class, see above.
ALSO TUESDAY
Jazz Factory. Jerome Harper on trombone, Chris Nickolls and Graham Fox on drums, Ross
Stanley and Sam Gambarini on Hammond Organ. Last Days of Decadence, Shoreditch High Street,
free.
ALSO TUESDAY
Life Drawing at 100 Flowers Social Centre, Belgrade Road: naked narcisistic anarchists
require people to draw them. 7:30pm, free / donation.

WEDNESDAY 8
F-ire Collective presents: Benet McLean Quartet feat Jason Yarde. Benet McLean: Keys, Jason
Yarde: Saxophone, Ben Hazleton: Bass, Rod Young: Drums, + dance tbc. The Others, 6-8 Manor
Road, Stoke Newington. Blessed with an intimate atmosphere and great sound, this place is
probably the best for Jazz in East London. Http://theothers.uk.com/.
ALSO WEDNESDAY
NO:ID Newsletter comes out. Submit your tips before midday using the form:
noidgallery.net/addevent.html

THURSDAY 9
NO:ID Gallery: Steve Price: “Democracy 2.0”. Screen prints on paper. 6-9pm, 31 Commercial
Road, E1 1LG.
ALSO THURSDAY
Sod Wednesdays at the Legion, 348 Old Street Shoreditch London EC1V 9NQ: Lonesome Cowboys
from Hell (see Saturday) on at 9.30pm quick sharp. Free.

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noid_53.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
08.07.2009 17:58
To:
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Heya, as usual:

for printing: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
for viewing: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html
or as below: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.txt

Don't worry the summer is not yet over. And did I forget to say: Le
Roi est mort, vive le Roi. Michael is jammin' with Elvis now.

THURSDAY 9

Steve Price – Democracy 2.0. Screen prints on paper dashing out at Web
2.0. Private view 6pm – 9pm, free, drinks and a birthday bash.

http://noidgallery.net/newid.html

ALSO THURSDAY

Lonesome Cowboys from Hell at the Legion, Old Street. Calum F. Kerr
(voc), Tim Flitcroft (fretted strings and accordeon), Billy Smith
(fiddle) and J. Blister (bucket bass) play psychocountry. 9pm rather
sharp, free. Also playing: Clock Opera + Capton fox + Brassneck.

ALSO THURSDAY

Gustavo Ortis solo show PV at Pure Evil Gallery, 108 Leonard Street,
London, ec2a 4xs. Using collage as his primary medium, Ortiz combines
the whimsical elements of Naïve art with the unexpected juxtapositions
of Surrealism – creating an atmosphere of surprise, charm, and
simplicity.

FRIDAY 10

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Steve Price “Democracy 2.0”. noidgallery.net

ALSO FRIDAY

Burlesque Night at the Montague Arms, 289 Queens Road, New Cross. Lady
Lace, Pixie Petite, Cherry Vanity. Music: Stuart o'connor, Danny
Grave, playing psych/soul/beat/mod from the 60's and beyond. Could get
quite busy so arrive early.

ALSO FRIDAY

Palestinian Hip-Hop from U-Cef, the Arab League and Ramallah
Underground, Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston. The music
combines hip-hop, trip-hop and downtempo with traditional
Middle-Eastern music.

ALSO FRIDAY

Karibuni. Colours and people of Tanzania. Charity event to raise
money for the Mtwara volenteering group featuring a photography
Exhibition by Elisa Scarato. Bands on the night: Vitor pereira
Quintet, Paulo Dias Duarte - The Overground Collective, Cabaret: Miss
Luna Rosa, and more TBA. The Others (wicked venue!), 6-8 Manor Road,
Stoke Newington. 6Pm, music 8:30. £3 donation.

SATURDAY 11

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Steve Price “Democracy 2.0”. noidgallery.net

ALSO SATURDAY

ClownCon 2009. Newsflash - Clowns To Take Over West End. 11 July 2009
15:00 onwards. Just inside St James Park (corner near Trafalgar
Square), The Mall SW1Y. Clown tea party, clown sports, clown music,
the four-legged race, rubber chicken relay and a giant egg & spoon
race. Join in or cheer and heckle from the sidelines. This is serious.

ALSO SATURDAY

(Music & Lights) presents "A Balkantronic affair'. Live gypsy/balkan
flavours with Morski (the lead man of London's probably finest gipsy
rock band, Gipsydelica), and telepathic funk-hop from Park (aka
Passing Clouds Jam Park / Telepathic funksters). With a smattering of
60s, electro/eclectic and balkan beats djs. Djs Mr de vaur, Kalina,
Catnip, 5k. 8pm-2am / £5. Cross Kings, 126 York Way, N1 0AX. Tube:
Kings Cross.

ALSO SATURDAY

The Great Collaboration Experiment. Featuring Sculpture, Graffiti,
Cartoon, Tripped out Colours, Far out Sounds, Balloons and Clowns.
Live painting, live music, live performance. Big show by all the guys
'n girrls who's art was considered inappropriate for the big degree
shows – here's the underground! RampArt Social Centre, 15-17 Rampart
St, E1 2LA, 7pm-2am, free / donation.

ALSO SATURDAY

Tiny Wallops Musical Extravaganza. 11 July 2009 19:30 - 23:00,
Wilton's Music Hall, Graces Alley,Off Ensign Street. www.wiltons.org.
An evening of magic and mysticism, along with their usual charm and
frivolous ways. The second installment of this troupes plight to save
their beloved Music Hall. Box Office: 020 7702 2789

ALSO SATURDAY

Little Blue Ball Party. Nuru Kane. Arguably the most exciting act
coming out of Africa, this Senegalese Bayfaal Gnawa master guarantees
an electric performance, accompanied by guest artists Kadialy Kouate
(kora), Jabel Cissoko (kora) and Mamadou Sarr (drums). Plus funky
Afro-reggae party vibes from the Passing Clouds in-house band. It will
be a very busy (and really exciting) night, so make sure you R.S.V.P
and come very early! £5 before 10, £8 after. we@passingclouds.org,
Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond Road / by Kingsland Road.

ALSO SATURDAY

Bicicle Bingo 2 at Elevator Gallery. 11 July 2009 at 8pm - 2pm. Queens
Yard, White Post Lane, Hackney Wick, E9. Bicycle powered bingo
machine.

ALSO SATURDAY

Musical Fever. Reaggae night at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road.

SUNDAY 12

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Steve Price “Democracy 2.0”. noidgallery.net

ALSO SUNDAY

Cosy night at Passing Clouds Works. 7pm: due to popular demand weekly
political/social film night Cinematters featuring the best in socially
conscious cinema. This week screens The Age Of Stupid by Frannie
Armstrong. 9pm: the Jam Session hosted by Afrospot's Kodjovi Kush
(Afrobeat). Just £3 before 10, £5 entry.

MONDAY 13

NO:ID screen printing class with Jan, tel. 07939843968, a two-day
course on D.I.Y. Screen printing – great for beginners and anyone who
wants to experiment with the technique on a small scale with limited
budget and space. £50 for the two days (Monday and Tuesday 6.30-8:30).
Hundreds of people who've loved this class can't be wrong. Call
07939843968. NO:ID gallery, 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG.

ALSO MONDAY

Leytonstone Festival, Theo Jörgensmann (Clarinet in low G), Dominic
Lash (Double Bass), Seb Rochford (drums); solo: Shabaka Hutchings
(Bass Clarinet) will play the Cornelius Cardew composition,
‘Mountains'. O ‘Neills Pub; 762 Leytonstone High Road, E11 3AW, 8pm,
£5.

TUESDAY 14

NO:ID screen printing class, see Monday; 6:30-8:30pm.

WEDNESDAY 15

Jazz and Dance at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.

ALSO WEDNESDAY

"Blake - London's Visionary Anarchist’, Discussion with Peter
Marshall. 15 July 2009 19:00 - 20:30, Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian
Road - King's Cross. Philosopher, historian, biographer, travel writer
and poet, Peter Marshall recounts the life of one of London’s finest
artists, and offers a lively and perceptive account of his thought.
Come along to find out why Blake can be understood as a forerunner of
modern anarchism and social ecology, and discover the light which
shines behind his symbolism and mythology.

ALSO WEDNESDAY

NO:ID Newsletter comes out. Submit your tips before midday using the
form:

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THURSDAY 16

NO:ID Gallery: Pauline Hall, 'Remains' . private view 6pm-9pm; 17nd -
19th july 2009 1pm-6pm, 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO THURSDAY 16

Around This House - Happening in the Library. 16 July 2009 18:30 -
19:30 in Shoreditch Library, 80 Hoxton Street, N1 6LP. A 60 minute
performance in Shoreditch Library, featuring more than 50 musicians,
actors, singers, rappers, performance/sound/installation artists,
exhibitionists, bands and ensembles - all performing at the same time.
Also featuring work by several American artists who have created
pieces to be given away to the audience. Performers / contributors
include Matthew Lee Knowles, Annouchka Bayley & J. Blister, The
Readers, and many more.

IMPRESSUM

NO:ID Gallery

31 Commercial Road

London E1 1LG

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noid_54.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
15.07.2009 16:43
To:
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Hello again!

For nicer viewing, visit http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html
For nicer printing, http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
This is available as http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.txt

Yey!

Non Commercial House: that broken down building on
Commercial St., just by the railway bridge (no. 161) is now
called “Non Commercial House” and hosting a free shop – idea
is, you bring the stuff you don't need and are free to take
stuff other people have dropped off. Plus free bike repairs,
computer workshops, and the best of it all: open for your
suggestions and participations. Check it out it's good fun.
- For a German model of this, and some more info about the
concetp, check

http://www.umsonstladen.info/index_en.html

THURSDAY 16

Pauline Hall: Remains. Private View, 31 Commercial Road, E1
1LG, 6pm-9pm, free.

http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO THURSDAY

IRB productions present: Retaking our liberties! At the
cross kings - kings cross. A benefit for the United Campaign
Against Police Violence and a celebration of the 40th
anniversary of the pro-peace and anti-war values of the
original Woodstock Festival (1969-2009), featuring: Sameh
Moussa: Arabian guitar virtuoso, Graham Larkbey and the
Escape Committee, (playing their brand of Hackney rock n'
roll), AND!!!! Original Woodstock and San Francisco guitar
legend Barry 'the Fish' Melton (backed by Graham Larkbey and
the Escape Committee) + Angry Sam - poet thug. + reddog
visuals. 126 York Way N1 0AX, 7:30 onwards, £5+donation.

ALSO THURSDAY

The Brute Chorus - avante garde indie rockers. As part of
CREATE & 5 Boroughs Olympic Festival: Continental Drifts:
18:00 - 20:00, Rough Trade East, Old Truman Brewery, 91
Brick Lane. E16QL. Come down to see the winners of the Exit
17 demo jurys and the next BIGgest thing..

ALSO THURSDAY

Around This House - Happening in the Library. 18:30 - 19:30,
Shoreditch Library, 80 Hoxton Street, N1 6LP. Entrance Free.
A 60 minute performance in Shoreditch Library, featuring
more than 50 musicians, actors, singers, rappers,
performance/sound/installation artists, exhibitionists,
bands and ensembles. Performers/contributors include:
Annouchka Bayley & Jan Maat, The Readers (group of ten),
Matthew Lee Knowles, and many many more.

ALSO THURSDAY

Rum, Sodomy and the Lash. a one night only event of Art,
frivolity and debauchery. ASKEW Team. 19:00-02:00, The
Dolphin Inn, 165 Mare Street, Hackney, E8 3RH. Works by over
20 artists, including Jennifer Lewandowski, Mark Mc Gowan,
Savage Messiah Zine Stall a.k.a Laura Oldfield Ford.

FRIDAY 17

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Pauline Hall – Remains.
noidgallery.net/gallery/.

ALSO FRIDAY

Bad Animals. Transition Gallery. 6pm-9pm. Unit 25a Regent
Studios, 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN. Anton Goldenstein,
Rachel Goodyear, Georgia Hayes, Sharon McPhee, Kim L Pace,
Cathie Pilkington, Alli Sharma. Gallery open Fri-Sun 12-6pm.
Examining the bad animals phenomenon in a variety of ways
from Cathie Pilkington’s promiscuous pranksters, Rachel
Goodyear's faux cute drawings and Georgia Hayes'
significantly endowed horse to Alli Sharma’s harmlessly
ferocious bats. These pets definitely won’t win prizes.

ALSO FRIDAY

The Museum of the People. 19:00-22:00, Utrophia Project
Space. 136 Tanners Hill, Deptford, London, SE8 4QD.
www.utrophia.net . This inaugural exhibition is a group show
and will feature elements of the Museum’s current collection
along with an electronic music symposium DJ Tendraw and
performance from Coco Banks on the opening. Christina
Mitrentse is presenting a site specific installation of
artifacts from her Secret School Project based on her solo
show in 2005 at the islington bomb shelter. Also featuring
Jono Allen, Stephen Molyneux, Ruth Fettis, Garry Cook,
Michelle Wren, Emma Grant, Thom Shaw, Ryan Ormonde, Coco
Banks, Kate Guscott and Yvie Mason.

ALSO FRIDAY

Movimientos @ Passing Clouds II. Afro-Latin explosion with
Manos Negras (London) + London debut for Kalakuta
Millionaires (Brighton) + Colombia film screening upstairs
early. Host: Movimientos. 19:30 - 03:00. 3 Richmond Road (on
the bridge). Donations b4 8.30 / £5 after £7 after 10.

SATURDAY 18

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Pauline Hall – Remains.
noidgallery.net/gallery/.

ALSO SATURDAY

That Much Unseen Is Also Here: Short Film Cinema. Films from
Nelson Diplexcito and Floor 2 Films. 6-9pm. Gallery Primo
Alonson. 395-397 Hackney Road, London.

ALSO SATURDAY

Visionaries, Dissenters and Rebels: a walk through
Islington’s radical history with David Rosenburg. 11:00 -
16:30, Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road, phone
02078374473. There is no fee for the walk but there will be
a request for voluntary donations at the end. Limited
spaces: to book a place and for more info please email
nik@housmans.com.

ALSO SATURDAY

Love Box after party @ Passing Clouds, with the Hypnotic
Brass Ensemble from Chicago. 21:00-03:00, 1 Richmond Road,
Dalston E8. For those of u who've seen them at Glastonbury
or headlining at Love Box it will be a rare opportunity to
see them up close. Also DJs don Chris Tofu, Mr Foundation,
Mr Wilson, plus a dj set from Planetman who'll be hosting
the night. £6 before 10pm, £8 after

SUNDAY 19

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Pauline Hall – Remains.
noidgallery.net/gallery/.

ALSO SUNDAY

SKA BBQ! Sunday 19th July / 4pm-12am / FREE. (Music and
Lights) brings you SKA BBQ! with DJ Mr. De Vaur. With his
finest selection of vinyl of Ska, Reggae, Rhythm & Blues for
an all day Sunday session. Guest djs, Caribbean-inspired
food and 60s visuals....come and celebrate the summer with
us... The Cross Kings 126 York Way, N1 0AX.

MONDAY 20

Screen Printing Class on appointment. 07939843968, Jan.

TUESDAY 21

Jazz Night at The Last Days of Decadence. Featuring Jerome
Harper (trombone), and high profile friends. Free, and
brilliant – best secret tip on this list, no joke.

WEDNESDAY 22

The Gadjo Club. 20:00-01:00 @ Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond
Road E8 4AA. An amazing night of live music to be journeyed
at Passing Clouds... Join us upstairs for vintage jazz! from
Francesco Marco (piano) and Ewan Bleach (reeds), Lousia
Jones with her poetic accordian magic, and then down to the
dancing room with Ewan Bleach (sax) with his 7 piece band -
20s jazz meets rockin dub, and finally, self-professed
full-moon gypsy rockers The Gadjo Club. So... Bring your
swinging hips and dancing feet! Starts at 8pm, £6 on the
door/ £4 concessions. Yeah!

THURSDAY 23

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Geraldine Swayne. Private View.
http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
22.07.2009 10:41
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello, however, the html is here:

http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html

he pdf as well:

http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

or as text:

http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.txt

1) The dog barks and the caravan moves on. Too busy pissing each
other off to address common standpoints. Chasing shadows over the
horizon.

2) We are setting up a proper screen printing workshop in Stoke
Newington. Facilities will include a four colour carousel for t-shirt
printing and a screen bed for posters etc. Interested? Give us a
shout please – early bird membership available.

THURSDAY 23

Geraldine Swayne: Squeeze Box. Private View, 31 Commercial Road, E1
1LG, 6pm-9pm, free. Darkly seductive images that oscillate between
real and metaphysical realms, between the imaginary and the deeply
familiar. A cast of strange, lost, and loved characters, present and
absent, coaxed out of paint or ink in a highly charged manner, toying
evocatively with materials and subjects. Her work discloses a dark
and tragic penchant, that lies dormant under the surface of her sweet
nature, but that render her paintings enticing and intriguing. Plus
guest appearance: J. Blister on squeeze box.

http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO THURSDAY

Pimp your Bike: 1-5pm free bike fixing workshop, tools and skills
available, at 100 Flowers Social Centre, 2a Belgrade Road, Stoke
Newington.

ALSO THURSDAY

Robert Fearns. Room Art Space. Preview Thursday 23 JULY 6-8 PM. 31
Waterson Street London E2 8HT. The sinking of oil tanker disasters
follow the same pattern of transition. Events are usually drawn out
over time, failed salvage attempts are made, inevitably the ship
breaks up, releasing its poisonous cargo as it does so, and sinks.
Robert Fearns' drawings are overlaid with perforated images from
cinema. In the Oil Spill series the images are from Battleship
Potemkin, a film in which events at sea and on land are in tension.
In this work, dramatic and visually iconic moments are 'flattened'
with a slowly developing narrative.

ALSO THURSDAY

The Cabaret and Burlesque Meet up. 8pm-11pm, Wiltons Music Hall, 1
Graces Alley, E1 8JB. With Ginger Blush and Miss Rose Thorne
premiering her new Carry on Screaming act, smooth jazz from
songstress Rae Marnie, 1960s vocal girl action from the brilliant
Kitsch Kittens, Mr Meredith brings double entendre modern vaudeville
and Persephone Lewin does strange things with a kettle and a penguin.
All hysterically held together by gagmeister John Armstrong. Door
entry £5 which ALL goes to Wiltons Music Hall fundraising. If you
want to help Save Wiltons, come along to the volunteer meetup from
6.30 - 7.30 and find out how you can get involved in restoring this
beautiful Music Hall to it's former glory. Or perhaps instead you'd
like to try a little burlesque dancing for yourself. Come along at
6.30 for a one hour taster burlesque class from Ruby Deshabile from
Burlesque Baby. Taster class £5. Arrive at 6.15 for a 6.30 start.

FRIDAY 24

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Geraldine Swayne: Squeeze Box.
noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO FRIDAY

Free book launch and writers book readings at Poetry Cafe, 22
Betterton St, Covent Garden WC2, 7pm .

ALSO FRIDAY

Sound Escapes. Private view at [space], 129 -131 Mare Street,
6:30pm-8:30pm. Private View. Peter Cusack, Simon Elvins, Fédération
Internationale des Chasseurs de Sons, Nikolaus Gansterer, Stephen
Gill, Dan Holdsworth, Jacob Kirkegaard, Camille Norment, Dawn Scarfe,
Thomson & Craighead. Sound Escapes examines the very nature of sound.
The exhibition marks the culmination of an extensive
interdisciplinary research project that has coupled artists with
acousticians, engineers, and social scientists across the UK to
explore how we can move beyond negative noise towards the idea of
positive soundscapes. Curated by Angus Carlyle and Irene Revell;
produced by Electra.

ALSO FRIDAY

Michael Lightfoot - 'London Paintings'. Private View 6pm-8pm. Madame
Lillies, 10 Cazenove Rd.

ALSO FRIDAY

Friday 23rd Party Vibes at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke
Newington. Doors 8pm, £12 on the door £8 consessions. Fairtrade
fusion preview party Kay Suzuki, Kakatsitsi Drummers from Ghana
playing a traditional set, Fairtrade Fusion feat. Kakatsitsi, Nico
Bentley and The Loose Cannons; The Loose Cannons (DJ set),
Fuzzalicious, Nath T. Doors 8pm, £12 on the door £8 concessions.

SATURDAY 25

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Geraldine Swayne: Squeeze Box.
noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO SATURDAY

Oldskoolrave. Siren, Reknaw, 187 prazent: Urban Haphazard Takeover.
Bands, performers, cabaret, and djs. Check out siren-net.co.uk for
more.

SUNDAY 26

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Geraldine Swayne: Squeeze Box.
noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO SUNDAY

Free local anarchist fair/festival. 12 noon until 6pm, Allen Gardens,
Pedley St, off of Brick Lane. The Return Of The Spitalfields Fair. As
living standards slide back to 1900 levels we're reviving the
rebellious spirit of long prohibited East End carnivals. Traditional
attractions like coconut shys, acoustic music, soundsystems,
tug-of-war, dancing, fancy dress, cake and food, various stalls,
market traders, face painting, 5-a-side football, pin the tail on the
pig and lots more special surprises.

ALSO SUNDAY

Mile End Ancestors. Mile End Art Pavilion, Clinton Road (off Grove
Road), Mile End Park, E3 4QY. Free. Opening Event, 3 – 5pm. The
artists either live in or were born in Mile End, or have a strong
connection to the area. Their ancestors originate from around the
world. Artists include: David Baillie, Amie Bolissian, Regina
Fichtner, Uschi Gatward & Matthew Krishanu, Annette Peart, Mary
Pullen, Jonas Ranson, Amanda Westbury, Kate Wiggs, users of the Ocean
Somali Community Association, and of Poplar Day Centre, etc.

MONDAY 27

Screen Printing Class on appointment. 07939843968, Jan.

noidgallery.net/workshop/

TUESDAY 28

Jazz Factory at The Last Days of Decadence, Shoreditch High Street,
E1 6TE. 9-12pm. Jerome Harper (host) on trombone, Chris Nickolls and
Graham Fox on drums, Ross Stanley and Sam Gambarini on Hammond Organ,
James Fenn and Nigel Price on guitar. Should I still mention this
excellent night? It's getting crowded slowly but surely so come early
for what seems to be the best free Jazz in town.

ALSO TUESDAY

Cinema Libre at rampArt, 15-17 Rampart St. E1. Shorts and feature
documentaries in an attempt to flesh out the issues and explore the
solutions and action needed. 7pm, every Tuesday, free.

WEDNESDAY 29

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest, use

noidgallery.net/addevent.html

ALSO WEDNESDAY

Jazz up and down Kingsland Road. Two other regulars for ye Jazzheads:

In Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Ewan Bleach hosts a night
featuring a duet with Francesc Maro (piano), poetic accordion magic
from Loisa Jones, then down to the dancing room with a 7 piece band -
20s jazz meets rockin dub, and finally, self-professed full-moon
gypsy rockers The Gadjo Club. Starts at 8pm. £6 on the door/ £4
concessions

The other one in The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, Doors
8pm £3/£5 entry where you can expect contemporary jazz meeting
contemporary dance in a slightly more adult atmosphere – my favourite
club. Huw White's Neon Bedroom + JAM. Huw White: Keys, Tom
Challenger: Saxophones, Hannes Riepler: Guitar, Tom Farmer: Bass,
Josh Morrison: Drums.

You won't want to leave the one you came to first.

THURSDAY 30

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Steve Rushton, Phil Good, Josh Boyd-Rochford, “I
brush my teeth”, Private View. Image and text tell an everyday tale -
an eye finishes breakfast, goes to work based on the poem "Before I
Begin" by Steve, filmed by Phil, with Josh as "The Eye". Thus rapt,
Eye finishes tea, and turns away from beauty, to more mundane things.
"I look for shoes" he muses, "watch, wallet, phone, keys, bag".
Before I Begin, 2.3

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
29.07.2009 13:16
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Find it in as .html and as .pdf here:
http://noidgallery.net/elisting/

1) Now why exactly has the Big Green Gathering been shut down,
Sherlock Holmes? Here you can find some background information:

http://www.corporatewatch.org.uk/?lid=3398

2) The famous NO:ID D.I.Y. Screen printing class is now every Monday
6:30pm-8:30pm and for just £60 you come twice: once for the theory,
and the second time to manufacture your own a3 sized screen that you
can take home, material included. Good offer? Great offer! Contact
jan at noidgallery.net.

3) Interested in affordable studio space in Stokey? Call
02088023755.

THURSDAY 30

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Steve Rushton, Phil Good, Josh Boyd-Rochford,
“I brush my teeth”, Private View. Image and text tell an everyday
tale - an eye finishes breakfast, goes to work based on the poem
"Before I Begin" by Steve, filmed by Phil, with Josh as "The Eye".
Thus rapt, Eye finishes tea, and turns away from beauty, to more
mundane things. "I look for shoes" he muses, "watch, wallet, phone,
keys, bag". Before I Begin, 2.3

http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO THURSDAY

Pimp your Bike: 1-5pm free bike fixing workshop, tools and skills
available, at 100 Flowers Social Centre, 2a Belgrade Road, Stoke
Newington. Good to get your bike ready for Friday's critical mass.

ALSO THURSDAY

Harry Adams, Billy Childish, Jamie Reid and Geraldine Swayne first
private viewing of With or Without God - Ecstatic Wonderment and
Physical Experience in Painting and Beyond. 6.30 pm - 9.00 pm. L-13
Light Industrial Workshop and Private Ladies and Gentlemen's Club
for Art, Leisure and the Disruptive Betterment of Culture. 31 Eyre
Street Hill, Clerkenwell, EC1R 5EW.

ALSO THURSDAY

Luna Fringe @ Luna Lounge, 7 Church Lane, Leytonstone E11 1HG. £
5/£4, 8.00 pm. Experimental music and free improvisation. Tom-Mix:
Mark Hanslip (tenor sax), Olie Brice (double bass), Tony Marsh
(drums); Rick Jensen Quartet: Rick Jensen (Tenor Sax/Alto Clarinet),
Phil Somervell (Piano) and Paul May (drums/percussion), Peter Marsh
(Bass). Finally, expect virtuoso blasting from Karl D’Silva (alto
sax) playing with Gwilly Edmondez (sampler).

FRIDAY 31

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Steve Rushton, Phil Good, Josh Boyd-Rochford,
“I brush my teeth”. noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO FRIDAY

Hackney Wicked Festival, private vies / open studios all over
Hackney Wick 6pm-9pm followed by parties, see
http://hackneywicked.com/.

Hop Skip at 55 Wallis Road, Unit Q, Liquid Studios, E9 51H: a night
of performance featuring Annouchka Bayley and Francesca Dale
performing a version of Euripides' Medea, 6pm-1am. Part of Hachney
Wicked Festival. Featuring a lot more artists too. Curated by
Martina O'Shea.

ALSO FRIDAY

Critical Mass bike ride, 6pm at Southbank, under Waterloo Bridge.
Get yer bikes out & reclaim the streets. Loads of cyclists, good fun
because slow speed and lots of us make us own the streets. Don't
miss!

ALSO FRIDAY

Alternative / Punk / New Wave, Inn on the Green, 3-5 Thorpe Close,
W10 5XL, 7pm-1am, £4 adults, under 14 free, Total Descent, Perhaps
Contraption, The Doomed Bird of Providence, Anarchistwood, Djs and
Vjs.

ALSO FRIDAY

D.A.M. Benefit 20:00 onwards @ rampART, 15-17 Rampart St. E1 1LA.
£3-5 suggested donationn. Music from 52 Commercial Rd, Hello
Bastards, Dissident Island Djs etc. plus screening of “Occupation
101”. Dialogues Against Militarism connect anti war activists, from
the US with those in Israel/Palestine to work towards more
substantive support & solidarity for each other's movements.

SATURDAY 1

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Steve Rushton, Phil Good, Josh Boyd-Rochford,
“I brush my teeth”, noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO SATURDAY

Hackney Wicked Festival, Fete for the Wicked (Behind Oslo House).
All day stage with live acts and performances , Hackney Wicked.
Exhibitions all day (various locations) followed by after parties.

ALSO SATURDAY

Musical Protest Against the Arms Fair, 14:00 – 17:00 @ ExCel Centre,
Victoria Dock Rd. Arms dealers from all over the world will be
coming here 8th -11th September. There's still time to get this
cancelled!

ALSO SATURDAY

Alternative Press Festival (Collaborama! Day). The Miller, 96
Snowfields Road, London Bridge, SE1 3SS, A day with arts
collaboration where zine's are printed and created, with live
Yorkshire printing machines and various creative stuff. Antifolk
afternoon lounge session upstairs from 3pm to 6pm. Free entry.
Afternoon Antifolk Lounge, featuring: Dennis Scunt, Filthy Pedro, JJ
Crash, John Hudson, Raymond Detritus, The Sneezy Ts, Tim Tomlinson,
Tom Mayne (David Cronenberg's Wife) and more.

ALSO SATURDAY

Gallery closing party for The Alex Bunn Nerve Exchange Art Show,
6pm-9pm, 5.5 Bayford Business Centre, Bayford St E8 3SF.

ALSO SATURDAY

Open Mic Night, free entry, hosted by Zucci + DJ ApeNutz, bar open
7pm to late, free parking, live music + Guest PA's, PA's from New
Artists, The Basstrap, Tottenham Chances Club - 399a High Rd,
Tottenham, London N17 6QN.

ALSO SATURDAY

Music & Lights and Club Shoo sail into the night presenting A Secret
Allnight Party 2. Allnighter (11pm – 7am) of bass-related grooves
from reggae, electro, dubstep, groovy techno and eclecticness. Great
venue [cosy decor/smoking/funny gas/sweet shop], friendly crowd and
a fat sound system, and a few surprises. West India Dock Road / E14
// End of Commercial Road Area. £5. Phone 07522902452 for exact
location.

SUNDAY 2

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Steve Rushton, Phil Good, Josh Boyd-Rochford,
“I brush my teeth”, noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO SUNDAY

Hackney Wicked Festival: Regatta on the Canal, Graffiti Jam, The
Burning of the Wicker Man.

ALSO SUNDAY

Free local anarchist fair/festival. 12 noon until 6pm, Allen
Gardens, Pedley St, off of Brick Lane. The Return Of The
Spitalfields Fair. As living standards slide back to 1900 levels
we're reviving the rebellious spirit of long prohibited East End
carnivals. Traditional attractions like coconut shys, acoustic
music, soundsystems, tug-of-war, dancing, fancy dress, cake and
food, various stalls, market traders, face painting, 5-a-side
football, pin the tail on the pig and lots more special surprises.

ALSO SUNDAY

Alternative Press Fair 11:00 – 19:00 @ St Aloysius Social Centre, 20
Phoenix Rd, NW1. celebrating comix, zines, poetry, books, art &
radical literature alternative press.

MONDAY 3

Screen Printing Class on appointment. This popular course on how to
do it at home or in your own studio comprises two sessions for just
£60 including your own D.I.Y. screen to take home. Every Monday, but
please call Jan on 07939843968 in advance.

noidgallery.net/workshop/

TUESDAY 4

Jazz Factory at The Last Days of Decadence, Shoreditch High Street,
E1 6TE. 9-12pm, free.

ALSO TUESDAY

Non Commercial House Meeting, 19:00 onwards. Get involved in the
free shop or propose an event. 161 Commercial Street.

WEDNESDAY 5

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest, use

noidgallery.net/addevent.html

ALSO WEDNESDAY

Prima Volta at Dalston Superstore. C'est où la "rue de la soif".
9pm-2am. 117 Kingsland High Street. Playing late 70's and early 80's
post punk, New Romantic, New York No Wave, Disco Nodisco and
electronic music from all over the world, with a BIG nod to Steve
Strange and Rusty Egans BLITZ and BILLIES clubs of '79-'80. Genres
will include electro, minimal wave, minimal synth, new wave, italo,
darkwave, as well as leftfield disco of today. A big emphasis on
tracks that include the use of analog synthesizers and rhythm boxes.
Hosted by Jonas Ranson.

THURSDAY 6

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Kate Kotcheff, Traces in Time. The Blitz:
Defining Moments for Architecture in East London. Part of First
Thursdays.

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noid_57.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
05.08.2009 15:32
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hi everyone,

this newsletter in html here:
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html
or as pdf:
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

1) The good old Foundry in Shoreditch is going to be
torn down, it seems. So Jonathan and Tracy are
looking for a new location to run this great project
on from afterwards. Love foundry, want it in your
backyard? Keep an eye open and talk to your local
property sharks.

2) Godsplash Festival - 7th-9th August. Mini-festival
at Gospel Ash farm in the heart of the Dorset
countryside. Tickets & info from planetman.net.
7th-9th August. Gipsydelica, King Porter Stomp, Joe
Driscoll, Planetman & The Internationalz, Undercover
Hippy, Isolated Atoms, I Jah Mo, The Rub, MR Shifter,
Urgent Union Sound System, StopGoSixty, Alex
Strasman, Gin Club, The Gilbert Quick Orchestra,
Fuselage.

THURSDAY 6

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Kate Kotcheff, Traces in Time.
The Blitz: Defining Moments for Architecture in East
London. Part of First Thursdays.

Http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

http://www.firstthursdays.co.uk/ for all the other
art openings on that night...

ALSO THURSDAY

ILL fm radio session with Spiritwo DeBand live, DJ
Urethra Frankly, CHR15M, Tech Diff. 8pm-12pm, The
Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington.

FRIDAY 7

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Kate Kotcheff, Traces in Time.
The Blitz: Defining Moments for Architecture in East
London.

Http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO FRIDAY

Open Mic Variety Night, 7:30pm - 10pm, Wilton's Music
Hall, Graces Alley, E1. That's got style in the East!
To raise funds for Wilton’s Building Appeal they are
charging £10 for guests and £5 for the Friends of
Wilton’s to attend. To sign up email frances –
f.mayhew@wiltons.org.uk.

ALSO FRIDAY

Paranoia Club, The Others, 6-8 Manor Road. Home for
all sorts of interesting experiments in new music.
Improv, electronics, folk, jazz, techno, noise and
singing may be involved, but it is an open and free
environment to do what we want to do. We appear at
unpredictable intervals, mapping the edges of new,
esoteric, underground music. Thee Intolerable Kidd:
Twisted-broken American folk. Songdog: Baroque
folk-noir. Brown Sierra: Electroacoustic concrete
experiments. Dom Mino: Daydream-like soundtracks.
Jazz Trance: Improvised stream-space electronics.
Dawn Scarfe & Mel Gough: Mechanical filters and
resonance. Doors 7pm £6/£4 concessions.

ALSO FRIDAY

Rock and Roll Circus. 7m-1am. Inn on the Gree, 3-5
Thorpe Close. Viv Albertine (ex-Slits), Taurus
Trakker, Mark Perry's Alternative TV, anarchistwood
with Acid Panda and Bella Blue, punkvert VJs, DJs +
Psychedelic Body Painting + Clowns and More.

SATURDAY 8

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Kate Kotcheff, Traces in Time.
The Blitz: Defining Moments for Architecture in East
London.

Http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO SATURDAY

Rock-a-billy-rebels, The Bathhouse, 8 Bishopsgate
Courtyard, EC2M 3TJ, every Saturday – rock'n'roll in
a victorian bathhouse. Great night in a new venue.
Want more?

ALSO SATURDAY

Cheeseburger. Biddle Bros, 88 Lower Clapton Road, E5
0QR, 9pm. "Skewed, off-kilter pop songs that would
grace the soundtrack of a David Lynch road movie",
with Bonanza - Resonance 104.4 FM's King of the
Cosmic Country. Free Entry.

ALSO SATURDAY

Afrospot. 9pm-3am. Passing Clouds Works, 1 Richmond
Road. Heavy line up from London's vibrant Afro-dub
scene. Featuring Roots Manuva legend Ricky Rankin
live on stage accompanying the Afrospot all-stars
headed up by Kodjovi Kush (Soothsayers, Ibile). Also
featuring all the way from Togo, Ammy Coco plus
special guests. DJ will Page[world] and Lady
Denyse[roots] on the spin.

SUNDAY 9

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm: Kate Kotcheff, Traces in Time.
The Blitz: Defining Moments for Architecture in East
London.

Http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO SUNDAY

You-nite, at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road. Featuring
Vibe Machine, Milly and the Moonstones, J. Blister on
bucket bass, and many more. A relaxed night of jazzy
improvisations.

MONDAY 10

Screen Printing Class on appointment. This popular
course on how to do it at home or in your own studio
comprises two sessions for just £60 including your
own D.I.Y. screen to take home. Every Monday, but
please call Jan on 07939843968 in advance.

noidgallery.net/workshop/

TUESDAY 11

Yes Men Fix The World. Film Screening. Tuesday, 11
August 2009. 8:30pm - 23:30pm, Clapham Picture House,
76 Venn Street, Clapham SW4. ActionAid are hosting a
screening of Yes Men Fix the World at London’s
Clapham Picture House as part of a simulcast event on
Tuesday 11th August where the film and a live Q&A
with the Yes Men themselves will be beamed into 20
independent cinemas across the UK. Cost: £8.50
(Adult), £5.00 (Teenager/Child), £7.50
(Retired/income support). Booking fee £1.50.

WEDNESDAY 12

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to
suggest for publication, use

noidgallery.net/addevent.html

THURSDAY 13

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm, private view: Christina
Mitrense: Building my library.

Http://noidgallery.net/

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Crossword Riddle of the Week

Bunch of supersticious time wasters, seven letters?

Send your answers to this address. The first correct
answer gets a free t-shirt (yes, only ONE!)...

noid_59.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
19.08.2009 17:12
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Summer in the City! The days are long and the newsletter – well,
short-ish.
Find the html and pdf versions as usal on http://noidgallery.net/
THURSDAY 20
NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm, private view: Jonas Ranson: Deus Ex Machina.
Jonas Ranson’s art is drawn to the marginal and hence subversive
nature of supernatural themes, the ideas and symbolism of the
occult and its association with the more disreputable forms of
popular entertainment. Plus: Sound Performance, about 8pm. Free.
31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG.
http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

FRIDAY 21
NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, private view: Jonas Ranson: Deus Ex Machina.
ALSO FRIDAY
A Climate Camp Benefit Party, at Rampart Social Centre, 15-17
Rampart St., 9pm-2am. All donations towards the camp. Live Music
featuring Rob the Rub, Sarah Bear and Josh, + Special Guests.

SATURDAY 22
NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, Jonas Ranson: Deus Ex Machina.
ALSO SATURDAY
Collision Festival, Start 7pm - Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane,
London SE15 4ST. A Night of Experimental Interaction and Mental
Cowboy Action! 7pm until late. Lonesome Cowboys from Hell on
around 11pm. Huge venue with many interactive performances based
on game theory. Our theory is that if you are game, so are we, so
come on down now y hear (L.C.f.H.)
ALSO SATURDAY
Violent London: 2000 Years of Riots, Rebels and Revolts.
5pm-6:30pm, Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road - King's Cross.
Clive Bloom charts the story of London through centuries of
popular insurrection and protest. It is a story of political
activism expressed in street fighting and slum warfare, in
assassination and bombing.
ALSO SATURDAY
Arrival. Queen of Hoxton, 12pm - 6pm, 1 Curtain Road, London
EC2A.A one-day arts festival to promote social inclusion and
prevent homelessness in London. Hosted by homelessness charity
SHP, this is the climax of an urban arts project involving Matt
Small, Carrie Reichardt and others who have been using their
skills to include clients who are usually excluded from
opportunities to create and be heard. Four floors of art and
performance, as well as a BBQ and the extensive bars.
ALSO SATURDAY
Sound Foundation IV. Rampart Social Centre, 15-17 Rampart St.,
9pm-2am. Band 52 Commercial Road + Reggae / new roots / roots /
dub / dubstep... Greggae [cafe 1001], Hygrade Sound [Cafe 1001],
Mr Fasco [Rootikal], Junior Brown [Wild Bunch], Ojah [Dubscover],
Hylu [Dubscover], Lyserdige and Mc Coops, D-facer, Slauka. In
support of Soldarity Not Charity. Donations.
ALSO SATURDAY
Cable Street Riot. Jamboree Club, 566 Cable St., E1W 3HB. For one
weekend this summer, a Victorian-era ex-sweet factory building in
London’s east end - now known as Cable Street Studios – plays
host to a two-day festival, providing a counter-point to the
proliferation of overblown, logo-dashed festivals that are now
such a feature of the live music scene. Featuring: Wild Palms.
ALSO SATUDAY
Rock-a-billy Rebels. 11-6.am, £5, @ The Bathhouse, 8 Bishopsgate
Churchyard, EC2M 3TJ

SUNDAY 23
NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, Jonas Ranson: Deus Ex Machina.
ALSO SUNDAY
Free Cafe. Non-Commercial House, 165 Commercial St., from 5pm
onwards: Veggie and vegan food on donation, films, nice peeps...
free.
ALSO SUNDAY
Cable Street Riot, second day – see Saturday. Featuring: Wed Dog.

MONDAY 24
Screen Printing Class on appointment. Popular course on how to do
it at home or in your own studio / kitchen. Comprises two
sessions for just £60 including your own D.I.Y. screen to take
home. Every Monday 6:30-8:30pm, but please call Jan on
07939843968 in advance since places are limited.
noidgallery.net/workshop/
ALSO MONDAY
Benefit for Anarchists Against the Wall. Rampart Social Centre,
15-17 Rampart St., 9pm-2am. Hello Bastards, Battle Of Wolf 359,
Suckinim Baenaim (Israel), Julith Krishum (Germany). Donations.

TUESDAY 24
Not much going on, really.

WEDNESDAY 25
NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for
publication, please use
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THURSDAY 26
NO:ID Gallery: Richard Niman. Making the Incredible Believable.
Sculptural installation works by a living legend. For him there
is such a thing as visual language, which exists much in its own
right as verbal language. Sometimes, rather inadequate verbal
translations can be made but that is all they are.
Http://richardniman.com/

ALSO THURSDAY
First day of Climate Camp London, see http://climatecamp.org.uk/
ALSO THURSDAY
Small World Festival in Kent, see smallworldsolarstage.org.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
26.08.2009 12:53
To:
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Here the html version: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html
Or the pdf version: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

Weekly elisting brought to you by NOIDGALLERY.

1) “That's just like in Berlin here” - Hamburg is coming. A
large complex of labyrinthine old buildings has been squatted
by 200 artists. Yes Hamburg, Europe's 8th largest city,
really wealthy, a city that just enlarges its very centre
canary-wharf-style... Check

http://www.gaengeviertel.info/

2) Camp for Climate Action: well no need to tell you about
it, if you're not yet involved you will be soon!

Http://climatecamp.org.uk/

3) Mark Hammond has been hijacked by turkish
extra-terrestrians. He will re-surface with a deeper insight
into The Meaning of Art.

THURSDAY 27

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm, private view: Richard Niman: Making the
Incredible Believable. Sculptural installation works by a
living legend. For him there is such a thing as visual
language, which exists much in its own right as verbal
language. Sometimes, rather inadequate verbal translations
can be made but that is all they are. 31 Commercial Road,
E1 1LG.

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ALSO THURSDAY

Wilton's Cinema Club - Look at Life: Swingin' London.
Discover a Lost London... 7:30pm -11pm, Wilton's Music Hall,
Graces Alley, off Ensign Street. Screening 'Look at Life:
Swinging London', a fantastic series of short informative
newsreels from the 1960’s, originally screened before and in
between feature films at the cinema. From ‘It’ girls to
scooter boys, coffee bars to high-rise living, it’s all
covered in these short featurettes. Free Entry as usual, live
jazz in the bar after the film.

ALSO THURSDAY

The Empire Gallery, 6pm - 9pm, 30 Vyner Street London E2 9DQ.
'Scrambled Eggs...continued' is a group of artists from the
Brick Lane exhibition 'Scrambled Eggs', previously displayed
at the Boiler House in July 2009 as part of the Free Range
Graduate Summer Shows. The artists involved engage with a
diverse array of contemporary concerns in both the content
and format their works assume, representing some of the
finest practitioners entering the creative field.

FRIDAY 28

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Richard Niman: Making the
Incredible Believable.

ALSO FRIDAY

Closing Exhibition Party and Eviction Party at the Last Week
Gallery, Cotall Street, flat 61. E14 6JX. 8pm till late.
Free. Visual Artists include: Rebecca Burt,Lily Arnold, Marta
Baztan, Dune Brodiez, Somang Lee, Alan Wilson, Mique
Moriuchi, Sylwia Milewska, Katarzyna Perlak.

ALSO FRIDAY

Urban Emergency // word // sound // Dirty Cop Friday. 18:00 -
23:00. The Old Police Station, 114 Amersham Vale. Matt
Finucane, Richard Dyer, This Fruitful Earth.

SATURDAY 29

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Richard Niman: Making the
Incredible Believable.

ALSO SATURDAY

Vyner Street Festival, 12pm – 6pm, lots of bands / open air
stages / lots of galleries open.

ALSO SATUDAY

Rock-a-billy Rebels. 11-6.am, £5, @ The Bathhouse, 8
Bishopsgate Churchyard, EC2M 3TJ

SUNDAY 30

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Last day: Richard Niman:
Making the Incredible Believable.

ALSO SUNDAY

Vyner Street Festival, 12pm – 6pm, lots of bands / open air
stages / lots of galleries open. #

ALSO SUNDAY

Ska BBQ. The Cross Kings, 126 York Way, N1 0AX. 4pm-12am /
Free. (Music and Lights). DJ Mr. De Vaur & guests incl. The
Fenomeno Show with their finest selection of vinyl of Ska,
Reggae, Rhythm & Blues for an all day Sunday session. Laid
back & social atmosphere, board games, Caribbean-inspired
food and 60s visuals.

MONDAY 31

Bank Holiday Monday hence no screen printing class.

BUT ALSO MONDAY

Salon (London) exhibition. 295 Regent Street. All week from
10am. A pop-up exhibition featuring the work of Andrew
Hollis, Gemma Gallagher, Lora Hristova, Tessa Whitehead,
Rosemary Hogarth, Alexandra Valy, Robson Cezar, Valery
Lippens, Lisa Smithey. Evening opening 7pm-9pm daily. Pop in
for a drink, chill out, etc.

TUESDAY 1

Not much going on, really.

WEDNESDAY 2

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest
for publication, please use

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ALSO TUESDAY

Corsica Studios, 4/5 Elephant Road, London, SE17 1LB, 7pm,
Baba Yaga's Hut and The Drones Club present: Nadja (plus a
solo set from Aidan Baker), Yellow6, Graan. £9

THURSDAY 3

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Henry MacKeith. Sharing
Light. Paintings themed on political events such as the G20
at bank 2009. As part of Whitechapel Gallery and Time Out:
First Thursdays. One of this month's Top Fife Locations.

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Subject:
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From:
Jan
Date:
02.09.2009 13:50
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As usual, links first:

http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.txt

1) NOID gallery has been selected by First Thursday (Time
Out and Whitechapel Gallery) as one of the top five
destinations and we are happily expecting the bus tour
arriving at about 8pm this Thursday.

2) There is a huge conspiracy going on to unravel the
mysteries surrounding 9/11 and related affairs, we will be
able to disclose more in the next mailout.

THURSDAY 3

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm, private view: Henry MacKeith: Sharing
Light. Representational paintings showing social events such
as G20 at bank and the recent Climate Camp. Works include
photographs taken using a tent pinhole system which will be
on demonstration on the show. 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG.

http://noidgallery.net/

ALSO THURSDAY

First Thursdays: there is something going on in pretty much
every gallery in the East End. Check

http://www.firstthursdays.co.uk/

ALSO THURSDAY

Sail o’ Tin Town in a Zeppelin. A one month residency and
solo show at Utrophia Project Space by Emily Paige Short.
6pm - 11pm, Utrophia project space, 136 Tanners Hill, London
SE8 4QD. With Live Music in Zeppelin park by: Man From
Uranus, Mouth 4 Rusty, Smokey Angle Shades.

ALSO THURSDAY

"Noise of Art." Curated by Helen Edwards and Infinity Bunce.
6-9pm, Swanfield Yard (off Redchurch Street top of Brick
Lane), 2b Swanfield Street, London, E2 7DS. This show has
come together from a gyrating mix of artists and musicians.
All work is a kaleidoscopic mix of different materials
placed on a 12” vinyl record, each piece bouncing from one
to another. From urban artists, fine artists, to graphic
designers and musicians, all journeying through pulsating
imagery of an electric mix of surface materials, scrunched,
scratched, painted, sprayed and printed on a record vinyl.
Over 70 artists participating.

ALSO THURSDAY

Running Riots @ The Gramphone. Concert. 60-62 Commercial
Street, E1 6LT. Line up: 10:30pm Running Riots (Headline),
9.30pm Felix And The Invisible Kids, 8.45pm Five Second
Fuse, 8pm Franko.

FRIDAY 4

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Henry MacKeith: Sharing
Light.

ALSO FRIDAY

Katy Howkins: Voice Over. Madame Lillie, 10 Cazenove Road,
N16 6BD. Private view. Investigates the gaps that occur
between language and silence, exploring the spaces between
our spoken words the work attempts to articulate unheard
voices and alternative means of communication. Solo show
presents a series of new and recent work combining elements
of film, performance, sculpture, drawing and sound.

ALSO FRIDAY

"Critical Mass" (art show, performance) at Late at Tate
Britain. 6pm-10pm. Millbank SW1P 4RG. An evening of radical
worship for the apocalypse, featuring a new performance by
Pil and Galia Kollectiv, sermon for the Church of the Atom
with live music by Gelbart, and a black mass by vampiric
metal band Whitby Bay, as well as fundamentalist film clips.
The event is free but places are limited, so arrive early to
ensure entry.

ALSO FRIDAY

Benefit concert, 7.30pm-2am, The Belgrade Social Centre, 2a
Belgrade Rd, N16 8DJ. Films and discussion with
representatives from the South African shack dwellers’
movement, followed by uplifting African music from Jally
Kebba Susso (kora master), Kodjovi Kush from the
Soothsayers, Jah Warrior and Bubble-Wap featuring Isa GT. £3
donation.

SATURDAY 5

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Henry MacKeith: Sharing
Light.

ALSO SATURDAY

Viktor Wynd's Mask Making Academy, Leading the World in
Hiding Ugly People. Host: The Last Tuesday Society. The
Making Space, 10 Sunbury Workshop, Swanfield Street, E2 7LF.
See http://maskmaking.eventbrite.com/ for this and more. A
two day course.

ALSO SATURDAY

Dave Hullfish Bailey and Nils Norman will be in conversation
at Raven Row on the first Saturday of the exhibition 'Dave
Hullfish Bailey & Nils Norman: Surrounded by Squares'. The
artists will be joined by Alex Sainsbury, Raven Row's
Director. Free, 4pm, Raven Row, 56 Artillery Lane, London E1
7LS.

ALSO SATUDAY

The 4th Annual Terrace Open: Time, Time, Time. Terrace
Studios, outdoor space, 3-8pm, Terrace, 4-17 Frederick
Terrace, E8 4EW for access from visit
www.terracestudios.org.

SUNDAY 6

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Henry MacKeith: Sharing
Light.

ALSO SUNDAY

(Private View), 7-9pm, Salon (London), 295 Regent Street W1B
2HL. A new arts collective inspired by non-traditional
spaces and inter-disciplinary collaboration and is dedicated
to showcasing the UK's most innovative and inspiring
up-and-coming artists. The first ever Salon (London) project
will, for two weeks only, take over a vacant commercial
office building at 295 Regent Street. The former music
workshop will house a group art exhibition by day and
performance events by night. For more on the program visit
www.salonlondon.co.uk

MONDAY 7

Weekly screen printing class at NO:ID gallery.

Http://noidgallery.net/print.html

TUESDAY 8

Jazz Night at The Last Days of Decadence, featuring Jerome
Harper on Trombone, Shoreditch High St.

WEDNESDAY 9

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to
suggest for publication, please use

noidgallery.net/addevent.html

ALSO TUESDAY

Corsica Studios, 4/5 Elephant Road, London, SE17 1LB, 7pm,
Baba Yaga's Hut and The Drones Club present: Nadja (plus a
solo set from Aidan Baker), Yellow6, Graan. £9

THURSDAY 10

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Guantanamo Bay: Take a
Holiday. Installation / performance, turning the gallery
into a travel agency where you can book a flight to a
destination where human rights are breached.

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Subject:
Recommended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
09.09.2009 15:11
To:
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Very long listing this time, so propose you visit:

http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

Years have past and still many questions are unanswered,
people are left in the darkness of cells (or, in blinding
light). There is a huge conspiracy going on to unravel the
mysteries surrounding 9/11 and related affairs. Hence such a
long listing.

THURSDAY 10

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Guantanamo Bay: Take a
Holiday. Installation / performance, The gallery space
transformed into a travel agency offering journeys to places
where human rights take a holiday. Featuring water boarding
device, real Muslims chained to the railings, convincing
sales persons, and much more.

In the midst of the summer, we are enjoying the freedom of
movement, travelling abroad, enjoying sunshine and leisure
activities. This freedom is not enjoyed by political
prisoners all over the world, who are held in breach of
human rights and tortured. Both the attacks in New York in
September 2001 and the subsequent invasion of large parts of
central Asia have also been media events, set in scene as a
world wide spectacle. Little has changed: neither has the
collapse of the World Trade Centre been investigated, nor
has the detention centre in Guantanamo Bay been closed.
Despite promises made in the last US election, the practise
of illegal retention, secret prisons and torture has not
been ended. Overseas holidays are brining hard currency to
countries that violate human rights. Little do we care for
what is happening in prisons just next to where we enjoy our
relaxation. This special group show at NO:ID gallery aims to
recall how close the luxury of holidays, and the
mistreatment of often innocent prisoners are. Concept &
T-shirt: Janmaat. Performers: Annouchka Bayley, Jo Wonder,
Helen Bayer. Beach & prisoners: Kashim Abdul. 31 Commercial
Road, E1 1LG. Free.

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ALSO THURSDAY

Luxury Goods Festival, Part III, “The Meaning of Art”, at
The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St., in the basement. Over 50
artists showing work accompanied by 50 words about the
meaning of art, curated by Michael Buchnall. Plus a huge
line-up of performances curated by Annouchka Bayley. Reading
of all the artists texts at 7pm by Jill Rock, followed by a
symposium on the Meaning of Art at 7:30 Participants will
include Anthony Downey (programme director, Ma in
Contemporary Art, Sotheby's Institute of Art), Alexis Ashot
(Christies Old Master Department), Scott Schwager (artist),
and Xenia Adjoubei (Architectural Activist). Artists
exhibiting include David Pope, Andy Cooke, Michael Maier,
PostMichael McKeeism, Scott Schwager, Francesca Dale, Jenny
Nilsson, Christopher Allen, Oliver Dungey, Jill Rock,
Samantha Mogelonsky, Anna Krsikova, James Trew, Ben Meadows,
Grainne O’Kill, Jeremy O'Kill, Tamsin Irwin, Ilia Tolstoy,
Nur Izati, Owen Johnson, Debbie Kent, Pato Bosich, Jan Maat,
James Hudson, Adonis Nikolaou, Victor Greetham, Tiffany
Winterbottom, Richard Niman, Amina Nolan and Michael
Bucknell

ALSO THURSDAY

The Confusion Cafe – free entry. Performance art evening
featuring a special performance from Katy Baird, a new piece
of RadioMime from The Antigone Project and music from The
Gun + Littleone. All proceeds towards the rampART art
spaces. Rampart Social Centre, 14-16 Rampart St., E1.

ALSO THURSDAY

Final week of the SALON (LONDON) project. 295 Regent Street,
W1B 2HL. Thursday 10 September, 6.30pm, free. MEAT Magazine
8th issue launch party, issue number 8 after a brief hiatus,
themed Birds and Beasts. Support independent publishing.

ALSO THURSDAY

A Foundation presents: Off Street: Featuring site specific
work by Spanish artists: Elena Bajo, Jacobo Castellano,
Josechu Davila, Democracia, Maider Lopez, PSJM and Avelino
Sala. Preview, 6pm-9pm, performance by Short Bus Window
Lickers; A Foundation, Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, E2
7ES.

FRIDAY 11

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, installation / performance: Guantanamo
Bay: Take a Holiday.

ALSO FRIDAY

Luxury Goods Festival, Part III, “The Meaning of Art”, at
The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St.. Featuring Guantanamo
Performance by NOID gallery, 7pm, in the old safe in the
basement of the building.

ALSO FRIDAY

!!LOVE BOMB!! A full day of live music + art to promote the
rampART music studio. Cafe / live bands / installations.
Featuring: The Rub, Sam + Tom, Sarah Bear + Josh, Daisy,
Jumble, Sarah Jevo. Installations from Antigone Project.
10pm onwards… Jungle /dubstep / reggae featuring The
Everyday Junglist and MCs Indeed and Ishu + special guests.
Free entry B4 10pm – £3 suggested donation after. 14-16
Rampart St., E1.

ALSO FRIDAY

Britains Rubbish, by Decima Gallery, from 8 pm to late at
The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road, E1 0LA. Mark
McGowan, top uk performance artist; Steve Micallef, poems
and compere; live bands The Cowboys They Couldnt Sell
(Lonesome Cowboys from Hell tribute band), The f??ks; djs;
art by Paul Sakoilsky [ Dark Times ] - Jamie Gill [famous
photoartist ], Simon Ould, Geraldine Ryan = super bargains
to be had. Fundraising Event for Decima Gallery Exhibition
"britains rubbish" in Berlin in October. £5.

ALSO FRIDAY

Performance / art show at Cell Project Space, 258 Cambridge
Heath Road E2 9DA. Martina's birthday - Christer Lundahi and
Martina Seki - Performatory birthday party with audience
participation - cakes and drink and action. 6.30 to 9.30

ALSO FRIDAY

Portobello Film Festival – free night of Palestinian films.
From 6pm. Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road. London. W10
5YG, part of Portobello Film Festival.

ALSO FRIDAY

Screening of Elephant in the Room with director Dean
Puckett. An intelligent portreyal of the NY 911 Truth
movement. 5 pouds before 10. 7pm - 10pm. Passing Clouds
Works, 1 Richmond Road. Followed up by: The Passing Clouds
911 Dress Up Cover Up Party, live music from hot Los Angeles
Cumbia act Very Be Careful, Joe Driscol, Peyote For
President, DJS Daddy Fe and Planetman.

SATURDAY 12

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, installation / performance: Guantanamo
Bay: Take a Holiday.

ALSO SATURDAY

Luxury Goods Festival, Part III, “The Meaning of Art”, at
The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St. A live video link up with
Writers Anonymous in Lagos, Nigeria from 6pm, God willing ,
7:30pm videos by Sullivan Coredo, Fiona Whitty and
PostMichael McKeeism, 8pm performance art by Jon Jason Lee,
8:30pm solo perfomance by Annouchka Bayley.

ALSO SATURDAY

Urban Wildlife Art Events, in Queens Wood, Highgate N10 -
highgate tube, bus - w7 43 134 263 - Site specific art and
performance - over 50 artists including Calum Kerr - Tim
Flitcroft - Denis Glaser, on Saturday 12 noon to dusk with
private view party at 4 pm - bring a bottle. Also on Sunday.

ALSO SATURDAY

Stranger Than Paradise 6th Birthday Bash. Wiltons Music
Hall, 1 Graces Alley E2, just off Cable Street, Tower Hill
or Aldgate East Tube. Featuring: The Lavish Grand ol Dame of
the 1800'S with 13 piece zombie esque burlesque circus
trailer trash sideshow of rock and roll gypsy horror, The
Texas Chainsaw Orchestra, and those daredevel acrobats
swinging from ropes and rafters of The Sawmill Collective,
opera acrobatique burlesque diva jose antonio blanco degas
better known as Blanche Duboise with the modern day noel
coward and accomplished dandy on the keys Warwick Hewson,
and taking a break from rave reviews and sell out shows at
the national the animated paino playing wonder that is
Matthew Robins in The Death of Fly Boy in colaberation and
with visuals by the glorious Tim Spooner and the outragously
decadent visual mastermand will creat splendiberous
projections throughout the proceeding Precious! and the
amazing sounds of the old vaudeville days the glorious dj
couplet Black Caberet DJ'S plus the usual madcap vagabond
gypsy magic with The Stranger Than Paradise DJ'S. Cake and
champagne will be served plus a beautiful gingerbread lady
and a mad hatter! 7PM-12AM!! Advance ticketes prebook box
office- 0207 702 2789.

ALSO SATURDAY

From Wiltons, you will be taken a pide piper stroll about 13
minutes down old Cable Street for the fabulous alternative
Jamboree Bar at Cable Street Studios. The absolutely
fabulous 15 piece orchestral The Destroyers, in a brechtian
picturesque inephable symphony unearthing howling gypsy
carnage, and all the way from LA the unequivacable
spectacular 5 piece vallenato cumbio band Very Be Careful,
plus a lovely cozy cafe bar and a gigantic courtyard where
we have a few surprises in store. 12am-5am.

ALSO SATURDAY

Open Mic Night at theBASSTRAP - Tottenham Chances Club -
399a High Rd, Tottenham, London N17 6QN. Free entry, one
free drink if you show up before 10pm (hola!).

ALSO SATURDAY

Longplayer, a live arrangement for six musicians and 234
Tibetan bowls of varying sizes and pitches. For this, Finer
has produced a graphical score, by which the deceptively
simple system of advancing loops of which Longplayer is
composed can be accurately reproduced by live performers.
The Roundhouse, Camden.

SUNDAY 13

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, installation / performance: Guantanamo
Bay: Take a Holiday.

ALSO SUNDAY

Luxury Goods Festival, Part III, “The Meaning of Art”, at
The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern St. 5:30-7pm a free drama
workshop by Tamsin Irwin developing the texts, followed by a
text installation / musical performance by Matthew Lee
Knowles, and a celebration of September Fools Day with Calum
F. Kerr.

ALSO SUNDAY

'Splatterball' in the form of a lottery game whereby the
audience determines who and in what format the improvisers
will play. Splatter + Henrik Walsdorff+ Alberto Popolla +
David Ryan. Doors open 8.00 pm. Café Oto, 18-22 Ashwin
Street, Dalston, E8 3DL. £ 6.00/£4.00 conc.

ALSO SUNDAY

Urban Wildlife Art Events in Queens Wood (see Saturday).

MONDAY 14

Weekly screen printing class at NO:ID gallery. 6:30-8:30pm.
Learn to build your own D.I.Y. screen print workshop with
kitchen equipment. Call 07939843968, it's £60 for two
sessions including one DIY screen to take home.

Http://noidgallery.net/print.html

TUESDAY 15

Nadav Kandar: Obamas People - Photographs of Eminent
Americans. Flowers East Gallery, 82 KINGSLAND RD E2, Private
View 6pm-8pm.

ALSO TUESDAY

Jazz Factory at The Last Days of Decadence, featuring Jerome
Harper on Trombone, Shoreditch High St.

WEDNESDAY 16

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to
suggest for publication, please use

noidgallery.net/addevent.html

ALSO TUESDAY

Corsica Studios, 4/5 Elephant Road, London, SE17 1LB, 7pm,
Baba Yaga's Hut and The Drones Club present: Nadja (plus a
solo set from Aidan Baker), Yellow6, Graan. £9

THURSDAY 17

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Jason Gibilaro:
Meltdown. Paintings.

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
16.09.2009 17:08
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Hurray! Finally!

Border control is turning away artists who exhibit here saying they need
a business visa. What's that?? Who came up with that myth there would be
business in art? Barring the artists at the borders while their
“managers” can pass on a tourist visa? No ID, no borders! Please sign
this petiton.

http://www.petitiononline.com/MCvisit/petition.html

THURSDAY 17

NOID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Jason Gibilaro: Meltdown. Paintings
and photographs taking as focal point the global banking crisis which
has decimated so many economies around
the world from its first
cataclysmic impact in August 2007 until the present day.
Jason
experienced at first hand the ugly consequences of unregulated corporate
cowboy capitalis spinning out of control when he was invited by the
Icelandic Association of Visual Artists to be their
artist-in-residence
at Korpúlfsstaðir, in November 2008 – just as the entire Icelandic
banking system went into freefall. Exhibition continues Fri-Sun 1pm-6pm,
31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG.

ALSO THURSDAY

Light Paintings in the German Church: Ruth Solomons, paintings, with
music by Listen Lisse, St Georges German Lutheran Church, 6-8pm, 55 Alie
Street, Aldgate, London E1 ATB, 5 minutes walk from Aldgate

ALSO THURSDAY

London Pirate Festival: Pirate band Spectacular. £10 in advance £12 on
the door, 7pm-11pm, Wiltons Music Hall, Graces Alley, off Ensign Street.
Bringing you Pyrates from the smuggling shores of Exeter, Seas of Mirth
from the dry docks of Derby on Sea and Dead Mens Tales sailing from the
far port of Copenhagen.

ALSO THURSDAY

PM Botox 69 group art show plus live art, C22 pop up shop, 22 Chalk
Farm Road, NW1 8AG. Closing art show party - 50+ artists - performance
by Raoul Pina. "all welcome to get pissed " is the order of the
evening.

FRIDAY 18

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, installation / performance: Jason Gibilaro:
Meltdown.

ALSO FRIDAY

Ten Seconds on Speed. 7pm-1pm. Oubilette Arthouse at the Mexican
Embassy. 42-43 Hertford Street. Slowly slowly catchee speedy! live
performance night with
Mark Mcgowan, Lee Campbell, Adam Lewis-Jacob,
Calum F. Kerr, Chloe Cooper, Orion Maxted, Cinzia Cremona and others.
All performances will last ten seconds as the audience counts down.

ALSO FRIDAY

Gods & Mortals. Contemporary approaches to the ancient art of bronze
casting. Friday, 18 September 2009 6pm. Chelsea College of Art and
Design, 16 John Islip Street. New work by Robson Cezar, Catherine
Maffioletti, Richard Slatter, Rebecca Stevenson and Sally Tiffin. Five
diverse contemporary artists bring innovative and surprising approaches
to the arcane art of bronze sculpture.

SATURDAY 19

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, installation / performance: Jason Gibilaro:
Meltdown.

ALSO SATURDAY

FolkUs Festival at Sanford Housing Cooperative. Focusing on Music and
Art in the Community. Noon-10pm. Sanford Walk New Cross SE146NB. Free.
Bands, Art, Film, Performance, Community, Discussions. This year sees
the return of the Sanford annual celebration. For the last 30 years
Sanford has staged a free, inclusive community event that is renowned
for promoting great music and art as well as co-operative/sustainable
living. Bands: Hank Dogs, HMS, Loose Change, Pierre and the Shy Band,
Radio Revolucion, Alejandro and the Magic Tombolinos, Syd Arthur, United
Vibrations, Speaker's Corner Quartet, Zoo For You, The Impossible, Sean
of the Underworld Dances Live!, Kalakuta, Victor Menace, Del Sloane,
Joff's Invalid Edwardians, The Kut, Lewis Floyd Henry [known],Lil and
the Letz... plus more.

ALSO SATURDAY

Scuba. 2-6pm. Shelf, 40 Cheshire Street, E2 6EH. Sandra & Crockett:
United Business of Art. Posters & paintings. 2 - 6pm.

ALSO SATURDAY

Big Takeover #2, Rampart Social Centre 14-16 Rampart St. Five bands from
all over including London, Belgium, and South Africa, all styles, all
DIY all ages, five pound suggested donation, BYOB. A benefit for Croydon
Rape Crisis Centre.

ALSO SATURDAY

Gypsy Hotel Saturday 19. Bourbon-soaked snake-charmin rock'n'roll
cabaret. £6.66 (£7 without EXACT change!!). Saturday, 19 September 2009
8PM-4AM. Bardens Boudoir, 36 Stoke Newington Road. Nigel Burch and the
Flea-Pit Orchestra, Ruby Blues, The Bad Breed, The Roughneck Riot, Joe
Black, Jack Rabbitt Blood, Cherry Deville, Sparkly Candles. ...And it's
Missy Macabres Birthday! Strictly no UGG boots.

SUNDAY 20

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, installation / performance: Jason Gibilaro:
Meltdown.

MONDAY 21

Sreen printing at NOID gallery. 6:30-8:30pm. Learn to build your own
D.I.Y. screen print workshop with kitchen equipment. Call 07939843968,
it's £60 for two sessions including one DIY screen to take home.

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ALSO MONDAY

Artists anonymous, Lucifer over London. Riflemakers, 79 Beak Street, W1.
"We knew each other as artists around Berlin, started to work together
in 2001 when we were variously coming out of relationships and giving up
drugs. ... Anonymity means we sacrifice our own names as artists, but it
also forces people to concentrate on our work, not us. We thought it
might be good if you go and see an art work and not know who did it, not
just in terms of who personally, but whether man or woman, old or young.
That also fitted with how people like Beuys challenged the view that art
was what was well-done by an artist with an ego, and introduced the idea
of the duty of the artist to be socially aware. So we thought if we want
our art to be about what matters, it can’t be about us".

TUESDAY 22

Jazz Factory at The Last Days of Decadence, featuring Jerome Harper on
Trombone, Shoreditch High St.

WEDNESDAY 23

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for
publication, please use

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ALSO TUESDAY

Launch of new art space: from 7 pm at Riverfront Designers Studio,
Ground Floor 37, Bermondsey Wall West, SE16 4RN.

ALSO TUESDAY

Floating. At W A L L, 9 Calabria Road, London N5 1JB. Four contemporary
artists; Suski Chan, Tomas Gosebruch, Tony hull, Kate Scrivener.

ALSO TUESDAY

Peace Not War fundraiser at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road.E8 4AA.
Janmaat selling his infamous political t-shirts for a good purpose.

THURSDAY 24

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Ms L O'Riley: no:idea. About
flawed ideologies and the right to resist them. Ms L O'Riley continues
to resist and refuses to conform to established, formulaic and quite
frankly boring art practices; NOID gallery's anonymous,
anti-surveillance, underground ethic lends itself to her willful pursuit
of autonomy in practice and relations. Ms L O'Riley will perform her Art
Future Tarot Reading for the last time and it will be your last
opportunity to discover what your art future holds!

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
23.09.2009 17:54
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This little gallery has only been established in its present location in
June this year, but it seems the concept of weekly changing exhibitions
with a great deal of freedom and involvement of the artist seems to
strike a chord. Come down and join the movement.

THURSDAY 24
NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Ms L O'Riley. “no-idea”.

Site specific installation / performance / paintings / actions. Ever
been wondering about your future as an artist? Here you can get a
glance of the future to come. Plus after party opposite, The Castle:
band “The Name” playing.

FRIDAY 25
NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition continues: Ms L O'Riley. “no-idea”.

ALSO FRIDAY
Closing party at Utrophia. 136 Tanners Hill, SE8 4QD, 8pm-12pm. As part
of Deptford X art festival weekend, an evening of folk and moon music to
close "sail o' tin town in a zeppelin" exhibition / large-scale
installation by Emily Paige Short that has been on display for three
weeks. Live bands including Man From Uranus, Smokey Angle Shades, and
Mouth 4 Rusty. BBQ all evening.

ALSO FRIDAY
CCVII presents: The Relatives. Jamboree Members Club, Cable Street
Studios, 566 Cable Street, E1W 3HB.

SATURDAY 26
NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition continues: Ms L O'Riley. “no-idea”.
Work in progress.

ALSO SATURDAY
Jo Wonder - Adventures in Divorce - The First Floor Up The First Stairs
- Candid Arts Trust- 3 Torrens St EC1V 1NQ Angel Tube. Private view,
6pm-9pm.

ALSO SATURDAY
Whitechapel Gallery: 11am-6 pm: artists art book fair, 77 whitechapel
high st e1

ALSO SATURDAY
London Bike Film Festival after party. Allnighter with dj's 8pm- 4am.
Jamboree Members Club, Cable St Studios, 566 Cable Street, E1W 3HB.

ALSO SATURDAY
Nunhead Centre, 56 Nunhead Lane SE15: 12-6pm Artist Sarah Sparkes and
guests C.O.T.H (cult of the Harvester) Derek Jordan, Simon Neville,
Ricarda Vidal, Julian Wakeling respond to the absence of community at
the Nunhead community Centre. The centre was closed down because of an
alleged contamination. The work, made on site, is a direct response to
this feeling and much of it incorporates objects found at the abandoned
centre.

ALSO SATURDAY
Amy Garner: Wonderland. Illustrations / silk screen. 10.30am -12.30pm.
Opening by Gavin Turk and Deborah Curtis. RSVP: l.tindle@vam.ac.uk.
Museum of Childhood, Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9PA.

ALSO SATURDAY
Hootananny Afro Gypsy Special. Brixton Bounce. Host: Wormfood. 8pm-4am.
Hootananny Brixton, 95 Effra Rd. Nhasitafara, 14-piece mbira-afro-reggae
led by 'papa' Linos Magaya. QDOS - Trumpet man Sam Ritchie's 11-strong
top brass bananas blasting over an explosion of live gypsy, ska, dub,
raga, rock and dubstep grooves. Wormfood DJs - keeping you dancing till
4am. Lolo Love - rowdy burlesque. Nigel Burch - acoustic. Plus jerk
chicken in the beer garden, top thai food, pool tables, huge
soundsystem, good vibes. And its FREE!! Turn left out of Brixton tube,
past the Ritzy cinema and it's on your left.

SUNDAY 27
NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition continues: Ms L O'Riley. “no-idea”.
Work in progress.
ALSO SUNDAY
Whitechapel Gallery: 11am-6 pm: artists art book fair, 77 whitechapel
high st e1

ALSO SUNDAY
Nunhead Centre, 12-6pm, see Saturday.

ALSO SUNDAY
Peoples' Palace Picnic. 13:00 - 16:00, Alexandra Palace. Phone:
07854390408.
MONDAY 28
Weekly screen printing class at NO:ID gallery. 6:30-8:30pm. Learn to
build your own D.I.Y. screen print workshop with kitchen equipment. Call
07939843968, it's £60 for two sessions including one DIY screen to take
home.
Http://noidgallery.net/print.html

TUESDAY 29
Kammer Klang 1st Birthday Party, Cafe Oto, starts at 8.30pm, £5 on the
door. 22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, E8 3DL. Matthew Bourne & Christophe de
Benezac - improvised set; J.M. Staud - towards a brighter hue; Elliott
Carter - rhapsodic musings; Michael Finnissy - confusion in the service
of discovery; Kaidja Saariaho - rock garden; Alex Hills - knight's move;
Trumpets - Duo performance from Alex Bonney and Rory Simmons; combining
improvisation with influences of Stockhausen.

WEDNESDAY 30
NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for
publication, please use
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THURSDAY 1
NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Michael Bucknall: Painterly
Minimalism. Part of First Thursdays.

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noid_65.ezm
Subject:
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From:
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Date:
30.09.2009 23:20
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NO:ID E-LISTING
noidgallery.net / october 2009

Totally exhausted been making prints for Michael Bucknell. Great prints (tap my back), you'll see them in the galleries...
THURSDAY 1
NOID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Michael Bucknell, Painterly Materialism.
Paintings, videos, installation, lots of screen prints using single pigments such as rust and steel, a double bass, and more. Limited and signed edition prints and amazing tees for unbelievable £10 only. M.B. Is one of the genius behind the luxury goods festival in the foundry, entre outre. Another big fish in a small pond. Part of First Thursday.
ALSO THURSDAY
Free Organ Recital. 1pm, St. George's German Lutheran Church, Alie St, E1. The church is administered by the historic chapels trust and has an amazing interior; this is a beautiful chance to see it, enjoy the freshly restored historic organ, and get into the mood for First Thursday.
ALSO THURSDAY
Martin Sexton - Spectre of Marx. Artwars Project, 23025 Redchurch St, E2 7DJ. Good too, so stroll from one end of Brick Lane to the other then.
FRIDAY 2
NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition continues: Michael Buchnell, Painterly Materialism.
ALSO FRIDAY
Late at Tate, Tate Britain, Milibank. Never been? No excuse. 6-10pm. Great fun.
SATURDAY 3
NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition continues: Michael Buchnell, Painterly Materialism.
ALSO SATURDAY
Banner making workshop, 12-2pm, Spitalfields City Farm, Buxton Street, E1 5AR. In collaboration with the Farm's 3Rs Arts n Crafts group. Think of a word, a fact, a quote, a symbol that makes you stop, stand back and think about the world slightly differently if only for a moment. Then, get out a needle and thread and cross stitch this inspiration onto a scrap of material. Tie it onto a lamp-post, walk on and let nature take its course.
ALSO SATURDAY
Lambeth Open, see www.lambethopen.com, 11am-6pm - arts festival, lots of open studios, and the like. Continues on Sunday.
ALSO SATURDAY
Mixed Media Group show, 7-10pm, PV at Waterside Project Space, 44-48 Wharf Road N1 7UX.
SUNDAY 4
NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition continues: Michael Buchnell, Painterly Materialism.
ALSO SUNDAY
The 73rd anniversary of the battle of cable street, where 300,000 residents fought off an attempt by Oswald Mosley’s Fascists Black-shirts to goose-step down the streets of Whitechapel. In commemoration of the Battle, the infamous Martin Lux, author of “Antifascist”, will be giving a step by step tour of the battle. Meet at Tower hill tube at 1pm. And then at 5pm in the Rag Factory on Heneage Street, just off Brick Lane, antifascist / anarchist Martin Lux will be debating with a priest, a politician and a policeman on the issue of freedom: “Restrictions, Revelations, Rights, Wrongs, Rules, Regulations. Can or does freedom exist in this society – does it need structure?”. Free.
TUESDAY 6
Jazz at the Last Days of Decandence, Shoreditch High St. - free and great.
WEDNESDAY 7
NOID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use
noidgallery.net/addevent.html
ALSO WEDNESDAY
Upstairs at Passing Clouds. A new and intimate night in the middle of the week. Experience Gambian kora master Jally Kebba Susso playing in a living room. Free before 7:30, £5 after. 1 Richmond Road, Dalston.
THURSDAY 8
NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Gavin Weston: Staring at the Face of my Curator. All the way from Ireland, he is NOID's first overseas based artist showing at our present location.
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Subject:
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Date:
07.10.2009 14:53
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(disclaimer: see bottom)
This should be enough to keep you entertained...
THURSDAY 8
Private View: Gavin Weston, Staring at the Face of my Curator. NOID gallery, 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG, 6pm – 9pm, free. Conceptual headfuck from this great Irish artist.
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ALSO THURSDAY
Mariele Neudecker at R O O M, new work. PV, 6-8pm. Everything is Important and Nothing Matters at All. Mixed media incl. wood, concrete, metal, fibre-glass, and digital screens. 31 Waterson Street E2 8HT.
FRIDAY 9
Gavin Weston: Staring at the Face of my Curator. Exhibition continues 1pm-6pm. NOID gallery.
ALSO FRIDAY
Tales that witness madness. Art from the Death Factory. PV 6pm-l Opm with a special live performance (Seance Electronique) at 9pm. Elevator Gallery opens its Autumn programme with 'Tales that Witness Madness,' a candlelit exhibition that delves into the dark, disturbing and dusty corners of the human mind. Selected by Snoozie Hexagon, Marie-Louise Jones and Simon Rueben White. Susu Laroche and Sydney Southam invite you to take part in Seance Electronique, an inimitable drawing and electronic tape seance, designed to communicate with those on the other side. A recreation of Monte Cazazza's infamous art prank will be placed in Queens Yard outside the gallery. If you find it...please don't call the police (it's only an art work). Brian Cheeswright, Jill Tegan Doherty, Rebecca Ehrllch, Karl England, Charlie Tuesday Gates, Snoozle Hexagon, Josie Hillman, Marie-Louise Jones, Max Kimber, Laura May Lewis, Jenny S Lewis, Susu Laroche, Lyndsay Martin, Cllnton de Menezes, Carrie Reichardt, Mark Scott-Wood, Sydney Southam, Ladislaw Starewicz, Lain Sommerville, Simon Reuben White, Little Whitehead.
ALSO FRIDAY
The Incredible Itchy Nipplez. Open studios basement party. 6pm-1am. 96 Teesdale Street, Bethnal Green. This is a wicked tip really, since NOID knows the people involved... psst... Calum F. Kerr, Raul Pina, Marc O., and more to not be reveiled...
ALSO FRIDAY
Najma Akhtar. Richmix, 8pm, £15 / £12 advanced. 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA. Box Office - 020 7613 7498. Vocalist, composer and actor, Najma Akhtar has been playing at WOMAD, Reading, Glastonbury and touring widely in Europe, north America and Asia. Born in England, Najma has stayed rooted in the music of India, her ancestral home. In creating a beautiful fusion of eastern and western styles, Najma brings her own musical heritage into the spotlight while eliminating all musical boundaries.
ALSO FRIDAY
The Great Climate Camp Ceilidh, Hackney Round Chapel, from 7pm. Powerscroft Rd, E5 0PU. Come and dance to Green Kite Midnight's infectiously danceable jigs and reels as they whip up a storm to raise much-needed funds for Climate Camp. Everyone's welcome - dancers, maybe-dancers and would-be dancers - be there if you can! #
ALSO FRIDAY
The Disciples of Lucas Cranach. PV, 6-9pm. Utrophia Project Space, 136 Tanners Hill, Deptford, SE8 4QD. The Ice Cream Factory. All works in response to Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553). Out of this multiplicity of viewpoints and approaches should emerge a rounded portrait of the artist Lucas Cranach, as seen five centuries after his death. Artists: Paul Westcombe, Adam Nankervis, Eleni Zagkali, Nicole Mollett, Duncan Ward, R.W.M. Hunt, Victoria McBride, Charlotte Warne Thomas, Christina Mitrentse, Lloyd Durling, Nadia Hebson, James Baxter, Jonathan Farr, Polly Huggett and Jonas Ranson.
ALSO FRIDAY
From 9am: express your solidarity with 2a Belgrade Road in Dalston, a social centre under threat of eviction that day (see Saturday).
ALSO FRIDAY
Little Blue Ball at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road. Featuring Planetman and the Internationalz (hey, gratulation for having just become a father Planet!!!) 9pm-3am.
SATURDAY 10
Gavin Weston: Staring at the Face of my Curator. Exhibition continues 1pm-6pm. NOID gallery.
ALSO SATURDAY
Savage Messiah Film Day. building nomadic cities. [ s p a c e ], 1pm-4pm. 129 - 131 Mare Street, E8 3RH. The first of a new regular screening event presented by artist Laura Oldfield Ford. Films to include: Dilapidated Dwelling (2000 dir: Patrick Keiller), The Black Stuff (1980 dir: Jim Goddard) written by Alan Bleasdale, Winstanley (1975 dir: Kevin Brownlow). Also: Curators Talk, 12 - 1pm, SPACE curator Paul Pieroni considers the current exhibitions by Tom Ellis and Richard John Jones via a talk and tour.
ALSO SATURDAZ
Skanking hip hop dancehall party - Speakers Corner & Peace Not War - Jamm. Live conscious music and dancing. 9pm-4am. 261 Brixton Road, SW9 6LH. Peace Not War, Speakers Corner, Peoples Army & End of the Weak Present: Skankin' Loose, Live Ska & Reggae on early. Live Stuff! DnB, Jungle, Dubstep, Hip Hop, Dancehall, Body Wine, Ska & Reggae, DJ Steaz & Bashment Bish with MC Honey Brown / ITCH [The King Blues], Diversion Tactics ft DJ Jazz T / THE I.R.S ft DJ Guide One / Kingpin & DJ Snuff, Kwake [Speakers Corner Quartet/One Man Hip Hop Band] / The Rub & Logic, Plus extra special guest still to be announced. Live conscious music and dancing. Peace Not war always delivers quality music with a message.
ALSO SATURDAY
Life drawing exhibition against bailiffs. 2a Belgrade Road, Dalston. If anybody attended and wants to submit work for the exhibition drop by. Plus Anti-Eviction Party: Court Bailiffs are due on Oct 9th. Anticipating a successful resistance (it is the first set of Bailiffs) we're going to have a party and art exhibition on the 10th. Come down at 9am on friday to help us resist and on the 10th for a knees up with live bands and dj's!!
ALSO SATURDAY
theBASSTRAP - Tottenham Chances Club - 399a High Rd, Tottenham, N17 6QN. Music Showcase Night. Entry £3 + Includes 1 Free Drink b4 10pm. Hosted by DJ ApeNutz. Bar Open 7pm to Late. Free Parking, Live Music + PA's with Artists Selected from regular Open Mic Nights.
SUNDAY 11
Gavin Weston: Staring at the Face of my Curator. Exhibition continues 1pm-6pm. NOID gallery.
ALSO SUNDAY
Myspace or Yours: Sundays @ Vibe Live (above The Vibe Bar). 91 Brick Lane. E1 6QL: Featuring Vibe Machine - that's the house band of The Others and gr8.
MONDAY 12
Hammer & tongue open poetry slam, 7.30-11pm, Green Note Café, 106 Parkway, Camden. Hammer and Tongue is London's most politically astute, fiesty and uproarious poetry night. There are 8 slots up for grabs in the open slam, sign up from 7pm on the door to take a place for your chance to win a place in the H&T London final. Contact: Michelle Madsen on 07809 236133.
ALSO MONDAY
Lee Campbell: Careful Whisper. The Barbican, starting at Silk Street Entrance, 6.30-8.30pm. The world's largest chinese whisper! as part of Jasper Joffe's Free Art Fair 2009
ALSO MONDAY
The Free Art Fair at the Barbican. This year, there are 52 artists in the show. Queue up early. www.freeartfair.com.
TUESDAY 13
Richard Webb & Benny Droscher @ The Agency Gallery. 66 Evelyn Street. Preview 13th Oct 6-9pm, Afterparty from 10pm. A new version of his installation Terror Management Theory. It is based on a strand of psychological research, which was developed in the 1980s and attempts to provide a rationale for the motivational catalysts of human behavior when life is threatened.
ALSO TUESDAY
Good Artist. I am the Good Artist. Paintings by Billy Childish and Neal Jones. Private View 6.30 - 9.00 pm. L-13, 31 Eyre Street Hill, Clerkenwell, EC1R 5EW.
ALSO TUESDAY
Talking Musical Revolutions. Filthy McNasty's, 8pm-11pm, 68 Amwell Street, EC1R. Lectures about music + DJ. The night's speakers are: Chris Salewicz on Bob Marley, Paolo Hewitt on Steve Marriott, John Robb 'kills corporate rock', Zoe Street Howe on The Slits and Don Cherry. Hosted by Gavin Martin and John Robb, this is a seriously strong line-up of speakers who know their subjects. Ian McCann will be DJing between the talks and will be dropping some tunes you can lose your bodily dignity to at the end. Live Tunes from Marianne Hyatt and acoustic troubadours. Admission free.
WEDNESDAY 14
NOID newsletter goes out. So if you have events to suggest for inclusion, use noidgallery.net to do so and I'll do my very best.
ALSO WEDNESDAY
Upstairs at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston, presents The Cakewalk Cafe - live vintage jazz from the Dave Chandler Band (veterans of trad jazz with up to 40 years experience in the field), The Smoky Taps (cozy, intimate swing featuring the lovely Daisy Kelly-Granger on vocals) and Bubble Rag and the Wavytones (bubbly tunes and sweet grooves of the 20s and 30s). Doors 7pm. £3 for those who dress 20s or 30s, £5 for those who don't.

THURSDAY 15
NO:ID Gallery: Richard Webb: Hyperkulturemia. An exhibition of photographic work and a publication exploring the manifestation and role of carnivalesque escapism in modern society. Private view, 6-9pm, 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG.

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
14.10.2009 20:42
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Again a lot of stuff you lovely trusting people have submitted did not make it into the listing. I do my best working in two countries and on half a dozen computers while trying to keep this mail slick, interesting, balanced.

Believe in the power of the printed medium – exchange flyers. We wish to collect one of each we receive at the gallery and install a huge wall diplaying them all for xmas.

I'm very happy to (try to) promote all the amazing events. I'm neither to praise nor to blame for these activities and creativity. Soit:

Cui honorem, honorem (honour to whom honour)!

THURSDAY 15

NOID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Richard Webb:

Hyperkulturemia, an exhibition of photographic work and a publication exploring the manifestation and role of carnivalesque escapism in modern society.

ALSO THURSDAY

Adam Bridgland and Lucy Gough - It's Just You And The Rest Of The Universe. New (screen) prints, sculptures, vinyl installations and photographs. Jealous Studios and Print Makers, 10-6pm, 27 Park Road, N8 8TE.

FRIDAY 16

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Richard Webb: Hyperkulturemia.

ALSO FRIDAY

Musical Maverics. An exploration into performative / eccentrism / complexing styles in music. Cafe Oto, 18-23 Ashwin St., Dalston, E8 3DL. N.E.W (Steve Noble Band), Simon Bookish, Agaskodo Teliverek, Josef van Wissem, Nitkoswki, Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, Jack Shirt; DJ Mark Pilkington. £6 and be early to get in, starts 7pm.

SATURDAY 17

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Richard Webb: Hyperkulturemia.

ALSO SATURDAY

Scare in the Community. One Night Art Event. 6pm-9pm. Core Arts, 109 Homerton High Street. Video, performance, 2D and 3D works by artists addressing issues relating to community care as well as institutional critique both inside and outside the context of art. Frank Bangay, George Barber, David Blandy, Ian Bourn, Boyle and Shaw, El Vonne Brown, Enda Burke, Leona Christie, CoolTan, Tessa Garland, Julika Gittner, Alex Ingram, IRE-MIND, Stephen Jackson, Terry Jones, Jean-Paul Martinon, Octavia Arts, Jo Panter, Laure Prouvost, Jon Purnell, Natasha Rees, Erica Scourti, Temple of Mithras, Josephine Wood. ‘Society is an insane asylum run by the inmates’, Goffman, E. (1961) Asylums

SUNDAY 18

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Richard Webb: Hyperkulturemia.

ALSO SUNDAY

Askew-Do-Voodoo. 6pm-9pm. The Stag's Head, 55 Orsman Road, Dalston. 6-9pm followed by voodoo disco by Dj De Morguen. Free bbq from 3-7pm. Painting, sculpture, performances, a DJ and even a free BBQ. Askew put on their third event at The Stag's Head with an exceptional mix of work all based upon Voodoo. The proceeds of Askewdovoodoo will go towards Fiona and Jenny's residency and exhibition in Haiti taking place 28th November until 18th December. They will be running workshops with women from the local Haitian community and exhibiting the results of the work as part of the Ghetto Biennale exhibition.

ALSO SUNDAY

Chip Tune Marching Band -make electo instruments- go on a march. SPACE HQ, 129 - 131 Mare Street, from 3pm. A public workshop and performance - you'll be led through a the key concepts of building your instrument, presented the basic electronics knowledge required for creating a portably powered electoronic sound instrument. Participants are then grouped together as the Chip Tune Marching Band, parading the streets as a public performance and spectacle. At the end of our march, participants take their instrument home. The workshop fee is a mere £7 which covers all your costs...booking is essential as there are limited places. Marching Rocks and Code- an free evening of experimental electro music and performaces will be taking place directly after the workshop at 7pm.

MONDAY 19

Sreen printing at NOID gallery. 6:30-8:30pm. Learn to build your own D.I.Y. screen print workshop with kitchen equipment. Call 07939843968, it's £60 for two sessions including one DIY screen to take home.

Http://noidgallery.net/print.html

TUESDAY 20

Jazz Factory at The Last Days of Decadence, featuring Jerome Harper on Trombone, Shoreditch High St.

ALSO TUESDAY

Transition Sessions, Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston E8 1AA, 7:30-11:30pm. The goal of the Transition Sessions project is to write and record an album. Doors: 7.30pm FREE/ donation. Film: 8pm start The Take: Occupy, Resist, Produce (Argentina). Followed by Jam Session with: Sam Ritchie, Josh Solnick and Greg from Fur, Tansay Omar (ex-Bjork drummer), Byron Biroli, Djanan Turan, Plus special guests. Delicious nutritious food from The Treehouse Cafe.

WEDNESDAY 21

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use

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ALSO WEDNESDAY

Peace.fm music for the change to the better, at Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road in Dalston. Still not forgotten about the war? It's going on, and so the struggle to end it. (Event not confirmed)

THURSDAY 22

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Reinhard Schleining, Argos Retrospective. All art on fridge magnets.

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noid_68.ezm
Subject:
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From:
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Date:
21.10.2009 20:19
To:
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Anarchist Bookfair this Saturday, Queen Mary's, Mile End Road. Been printing like... an anarchist, I suppose, lazy bunch. Come check the results. Support each other.

THURSDAY 22

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Reinhard Schleining, Argos Retrospective. Seven years of work in the field of Illustration slash Visual Art. Culminating in a catalogue of exactly 100 pieces. For sale at affordable prices starting from £ 10,- . Art has perhaps never been more commercial. Each piece is Original in abundance. The Catalogue is the Art. Reinhard is a writer and illustrator, born in Vienna where he studied Psychology and Fine Art. Since 1999 he’s living and working in London.

FRIDAY 23

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Reinhard Schleining, Argos Retrospective.

ALSO FRIDAY

Viva The Neutral Zone. 8-late, Bussey Building, 133 Peckam Rye. Rock and Tango, Revolution and Caravans, Dance and Drink In The Neutral Zone. Expect the unexpected. The night starts at 8, with first band is going on at 9:30 and it goes early into the morning. Be sure to get there early as it going to be a busy night with a very special guest!

ALSO FRIDAY

Get-Together at Housman's Bookshop, from 7pm onwards, 5 Caldeonian Road (5 min from King's Cross). Film, discussion, and a get-ready for the fair. Housman's is the oldes bookshop dedicated to peace, you could say.

ALSO FRIDAY

Alejandro Toledo and the Magic Tombolinos, 9pm-11pm, The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road, E1 0LA. Nu-Ethno power bouncy band.

SATURDAY 24

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Reinhard Schleining, Argos Retrospective.

ALSO SATURDAY

Anarchist Bookfair. Queen Mary & Westfield College, Mile End Road, London, E1 4NS. This institution for anarchism in the UK and abroad features many talks, meetings, briefings, and over 90 (!) stalls presenting the newest publications related to anarchism. A must-see, the entrance is free. As always, we are there with the whole big bag full of NOID t-shirts and other stuff. Get your anarchist year-end presents and brain food!

ALSO SATURDAY

National Demonstration - Troups out of Afghanistan. Stop the War Coalition. noon-5pm. Central London. Stop the War, CND and BMI have call a national Troops Out Now demonstration for 24 October, to mark the eight anniversary of the invasion.

ALSO SATURDAY

Chip Tune Marching Band. Make electo instruments- go on a march! [ s p a c e ], 3pm-7pm, concert etc. afterwards. SPACE HQ, 129 - 131 Mare Street.

ALSO SATURDAY

Angel Alley Party – Come to the home of Freedom Bookshop and many an anarchist group for the after party – nibbles, some sounds, and the most incredible people. Just down the road, off Whitechapel High St., Angel Alley. #

ALSO SATURDAY

Nuru Kane at Passing Clouds, amazing gnawa-style baya fall music from Senegal with lots of Koras and more. Support from Muntu Valdo, and more - a great dance! 9pm-3am. 1 Richmond Rd. E8 4AA Dalston.

SUNDAY 25

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Reinhard Schleining, Argos Retrospective.

TUESDAY 27

Critique of the Institution ii - Cry for Help. A tribute to Zmijewski with London Metropolitan University. Exhibition. Starts 6pm. The foundry, 86 Great Eastern Street. Performance Night - Thursday - Featuring text performance by Matthew Lee Knowles & Theramin, Soviet DJing by Penny Metal, Songs by Erin K, live video link up with Pink Muse in canada and the Afrikan Artists Foundation in Lagos Nigeria, screened single pigment t shirts @ £20. Big action also coming Thursday. Photographs by Digaby Washer Amina Nolan, Joel O'sullivan, Investigating negativity in perception of the artist. Screen prints with a little help from NOID too. Lots of exciting events at the same time, including Andy Morris's photos of Punks with Sigue Sigue Sputnik performing on Wednessday.

WEDNESDAY 28

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use

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THURSDAY 22

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Ben Allen , 'Tankhead'. New digital prints created for the NO:ID gallery space, (including limited edition prints for sale of his recent Robot and Automata creations.)

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noid_91.ezm
Subject:
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From:
"janmaat"
Date:
27.05.2010 18:52
To:
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Out in the fields – enjoy, it's a Small
World!!!
But those who won't leave Babylondon, warm
your soul:
THIS FRIDAY: Wormfood! with Sam and The
Womp (balkan brass dubstep madness),
Saturnes (afro French sunshine chanson),
Blackberry Wood (rowdy Canadian circus blues
gypsy circus ska!), Perezidents, Bobby
Gandolf, Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Rd,
Dalston E8 3HY, £6 b4 11, £8 after.

Also THIS FRIDAY Orkestra Del Sol, Radio
Revolcuion, DJ Cal Jader, Hootananny
Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, London SW2 1DF.
Also THIS FRIDAY Mutate Britain - Official
Glastonbury Warm Up. Friday, 28th May,
19:30-2:30, Village Underground, 54 Holywell
Lane, Shoreditch, EC2A 3PQ
Then on SUNDAY don't miss this, with loads
of acts of NO:ID fame: Situation Normal:
Subterfuge bank holiday special. Sunday,
from 15:30 until midnight, Inn on the Green-
3-5 Thorpe Close, Ladbrooke Grove. A mother
of a show feat. NINE yes 9 bands! Ten city
nation, Plinth, Rude mechanicals,
Anarchistwood, Dogstate, Human zoo, he
velvet underpant, Total descent, Perhaps
Contraption. Vjs punkvert and kodak, Djs
acid b max quirk, Performances by Bella
blue, Handsum pete, Dirty honky, Susie
Showers.
Martin Lau's photography exhibition can now
be viewed and the prints can be bought on
noidgallery.net.
Then, next week, a couple of
not-to-be-missed ones:
JUNE 2nd: Tru Trading. An exhibition of work
from London Metropolitan Fine Art Students.
Wednesday Private View, 3:30-11pm.
JUNE 3rd Thursday 5pm-11pm: Tru Trading,
Exhibition Party for the Arty. As part of
First Thursdays. Featuring: The Intolerable
Kidd and Friends (live), Lonesome Cowboys
from Hell (live), Vibe Machine (life).
Attention: Address is 33-35 Commercial Road,
that's to the right of the regular Gallery
space. Part of Time Out First Thursdays.
JUNE 2nd-5th: TAA London (Temporarily
Autonomous Art). Next week a smorgasbord of
creativity and expression will be reclaiming
space in London for free. Temporary
Autonomous Art is an exhibition/performance
event, staged in a disused building, which
provides a platform for artists to share
their work with each-other and an
open-minded audience. The event is
artist-lead and self-organised: contributors
are encouraged to act as their own curators
in a collaborative environment. As well as a
wealth of artwork, the event will also host:
spoken word and performance poetry,
independent and art house cinema, durational
and experimental performance, DIY punk
electronics, Bands, Cabaret, and a whole
range of art and skills sharing workshops.
As well as kids play, cafe, info stall...
and a touch of the unknown. Phone
07092983795 on the week of the show to get
venue details. Random Artists invite artists
working in all disciplines to get involved.
taa@randomartists.org,
http://www.randomartists.org

JUNE 5th-8th: NO:ID Gallery, 31 Commercial
Road: Moscow – St. Petersburg – London.
Cross-disciplinary Cultural Communication.
An exploration of geographical and technical
modes and limits of expression. Jura Barikin
(Moscow) Photography: 'Movement of Colour'.
Photographs of music & ballet. Stas Borodin
(St Petersburg) Painting: 'Landscape
Studies'. Plein air studies of London.
Michael Bucknell (London) Sculpture:
'Architectural Reflexions'. Welded and
carved sculpture. Vladimir Makeev (St
Petersburg) Graphics: 'Nude Studies'.
Private view Sat 5th June 3:30pm-9pm

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noid_98.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
05.10.2010 19:30
To:
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This week, some seriously big underground
(art) events. You can go on an
East-End-Time-Travel. Follow me:

First Thursay, October 7th:

Petrik / Uza: Photographic Gaps. Two young
German photographers presenting a conceptual
show about the fox hunt... in Hackney and
elsewhere. Part of First Thursdays, NO:ID
Gallery, 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG, 6-9pm.

Also Thursday, also Whitechapel: PIKEA. A
multi-media Group Show featuring Shamon U,
NRK Mohammad, Lorry Viva, Spooddle Bottom,
The Dark Times, NoNose, Big Trouble, and
NO:ID. Anarc-O-d'art and counter cultural
ephemera from the poll tax riot to day glow
spiky potatoes on bus shelters ,and much
more. 6-9pm, Freedom Bookshop and Autonomy
Club, Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High
Street, London E1 7QX.

Also Thursday 7 October 6—9pm, Home
Truths: i k reid – new realist works.
Nunhead Studios, 2 Borland Road, London,
SE15 3AJ; Nearest BR stations: Nunhead,
Peckham Rye, Honor Oak, Buses: 484, 343.

Also Thursday Lucy Conochie 'Boy' 2010. PV
Thursday 7th October 2010 6 – 9pm,
studio1.1, 57a Redchurch St London E2 7DJ.

Friday 2.00pm – Screenprinting Workshop by
donation, Art Space + free shop. Ratstar
social centre squat, 294-300 Camberwell Road
(off Camberwell Green) SE5 0DL more info
www.ratstarsquat.wordpress.com

Friday, 08 October, 7pm-10pm, East End
Promise. Londonewcastle Project Space, 28
Redchurch St, London E2 7DP. A multi-media
event documenting and exploring the
explosion of artistic and cultural activity
that took place in London’s East End
between 1985 and 2000. By exhibiting a large
collection of representative artworks
selected by the artists themselves, together
with a mass of archive material (video,
photography, audio), and a number of
specially-commissioned new pieces, East End
Promise will attempt to provide the first
complete picture of one of the most
significant movements of the late
twentieth-century British cultural scene.
Aftershow Party at Red Gallery.

Also Friday, Rhizomatic, Departure Gallery,
5-6 Boeing Way, The International Trading
Estate, Brent Road, Southall, West London:
Over 200 Artists, loads of ArtPops... free
taxi shuttle from Southall Station between
6pm and 9.30pm- turn left out of the station
and follow the signs to the shuttle stop.
This is Departure Gallery’s largest and
most ambitious show so far and includes work
by over two hundred artists exhibiting in
100,000 sq ft of warehouse space. Selected
artists associated with Departure Gallery
were each invited to choose up to six
artists to exhibit alongside them. In turn,
this second generation were encouraged to
invite a further six participants, making a
third generation, who could then invite six
more. This six-link structure was inspired
by the idea that all humans are connected by
‘six degrees of separation’. A rhizome
is a sprawling, unhierarchical system of
connections that are constantly in flux and
can spring up at any moment in space and
time.

Saturday Kaparte Promotions OXJAM. 9 October
at 6pm-midnight, The Miller, 96 Snowfield
Road, London Bridge. An eclectic night of
live experimental music, alt-folk and
avant-garde, visuals and Djs in the heart of
London Borough. Naevus, Rude Mechanicals,
Lupen Crook (solo set), Madam, Vultures
Quartet, Adam Donen, Eva Eden. Visuals by
Dottintheshark (Exploding Cinema). Djs:
Johnny Clash MBA

Also Sat October 9th Electric Circus and
Scandalous presents: The Lunatics Take Over
The Asylum @ Scala, 275 Pentonville Road,
Kings Cross, London, N1 9NL. Tickets
£15/10. Underground London Party Crews
Gather to send the rebel circus mission to
Gaza, taking aid and smiles. After the event
The rebel circus will travel to Egypt in
order to gain entry to the Gaza strip and
take the money raised directly to the people
who need it. They organizers of the circus
have been involved in over 270 shows in war
torn and occupied parts of the middle east,
in order to " Takes love, laughter, smiles
and silliness directly to people who need it
most, children and families.

Sunday, Harry Beckett tribute. 10 October
from 6PM, £12 (£10 concs) on the door. A
phenomenal cast of musicians gather at OTO
for a series of short pieces in tribute to
the late trumpeter Harry Beckett. Performers
include Annie Whitehead, Ray Russell,
Caroline Kraabel, Chris Biscoe and many many
more. Cafe OTO. 18-22 Ashwin Street.
Dalston, E8 3DL.

Last but not least, here is really cool new
web site, taking the lead where Richard
Martin has left it, listing all these
private views.

http://www.privateviews.co.uk/

Oh and our own one pleaes visit

http://noidgallery.net/

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noid_99.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
13.10.2010 13:33
To:
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Hello again! Yes that was good.
Now get ready for this parcour:

Thursday, October 14th:

Martin Lau: The Hermit and the Sleeping
Beast. With a soundtrack by Cos Chapman and
Isnaj Dui. Photographic landscapes of
industrial gear. After party at Carnivale,
Whitechurch Lane, with a second live set of
the musicians. 31 Commercial Road, E11LG,
Aldgate East; 6pm-9pm. NO:ID hosts a new
show every 2 weeks until Xmas.

Friday, Oct 15th: Plus Art Opening: Launch
Party Friday from 6pm. First Floor,
Britannia House, 68-80 Hanbury Street,
London E1.

Also Friday, Open Studio, opening night,
Stockwell, 6pm-9pm, 246 Stockwell Road. Free
cupcakes from Boudicca.

Also Friday PV Old Street - Cabinet Gallery
Simon Thompson. Apartment 6, 49-59 Old
Street, London EC1 V 9HX; 7:30pm - 9:30pm,
EC1 V 9HX.

Friday 15th: Urban Missfits presents:
Gertrude. London based all female post
punk/rock band with cello, melodica and
clarinet. Unusual and edgy sounds. The
Surburban Mousewife uplifting all female
garage punk pop from the East End.
Saturnstarwheels expect electric towerblock
confusion and first gig with the new bass
player. DJ Sci Fly will be spinning a crowd
pleasing set. Free entry. 8pm, The Victoria,
110 Grove Rd E3 5TH.

Saturday Oct 16th, 'SUNDAY' art fair, Ambika
P3, 35 Marylebone Road. 14th to 16th
October, 12pm-6pm, an international,
gallery-led art fair showing a selection of
20 young galleries, exhibiting work by over
60 international artists at the fore of
emerging talent. Free.

Saturday, Cork Street Breakfast, Cork
Street, W1 - all Cork Street galleries open
up for breakfast viewings from 10-12am.

Saturday: Deborah Bees Art Restart
performance in honour of Richard Martin at
BitchWedge Gallery on Saturday 16th October
from 12-6pm @ Netil Market, Westgate Street
E8 3RL.

Also Saturday, Performance in the Nunnery,
Bow: Move Me! 18:30 – 22:30. The Nunnery,
181 Bow Rd, E3 2SJ. An evening of live
performance and screen-based work curated by
Cinzia Cremona, featuring live performance
by Franko B, Nusara Mai-ngarm, Andrea
Giulivi, Richard Layzell and Philip Li,
videoperformances by Bill Aitchison, David
Cochrane, Robert Crosse, Claire Deniau, Kate
Tessa Lee, Ope Lori, Rose Ruane, Dana
Sederowsky, Cinzia Cremona, Elizabeth
Smolarz, Anita Ponton, Sarah Buckius, Jon
Sasaki, Kit Merritt, Olga Jurgenson, and
Kate Hawkins and Eloise Fornles. Free.

Sunday, October 17th: Elmgreen & Dragset
live set 'A Sculpture Speaks No Evil' at
White Cubicle Toilet Gallery. 17 October ·
21:00 - 23:00. George and Dragon Public
House, 2 Hackeny Road.

Outlook:

22nd Oct, 7:30pm: Wilton's Grand Circus &
Cinema. Wilton's Music Hall, Graces Alley,
E1 8JB. A night inspired by Circus with a
photography exhibition by Hannah Edy, a film
about a knifethrower and a suicidel love
interest (we are not allowed to say the
name) and lastly a piece of incredible
performance art and surreal circus from the
Mime Terrorists / Monster Zero and Ring Mod
Orchestra called 'An Unfolded Second' . This
will be a labyrinth of dislocated characters
where mimes climb ropes enveloped by
transient patterns and vintage synthesiser
sounds. Exhibition 10am - 10pm (free), Film
7:30pm - 8:45pm (free), Performance - 9:30
until 10:30 (£10).

Total Transparency. NO:ID Group show, opens
Oct 28th at 33-35 Commercial Road. Opening
party, Halloween party, First Thursday and
Closing party.

Http://noidgallery.net/tot.html

Beneath The Shadows. A Photography
Exhibition curated by Kiri Scully. PV: 26
October 2010 7pm till late. Under The Dust
13 - 18 Sidworth Street London Fields E8 3DS

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noid_100.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
27.10.2010 14:42
To:
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This as pdf: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

Hello again. Freeze or not freeze, it seems
the East London Art scene hits back with
transparent, small sized, or even invisible
art work.

This Thursday the art is happening in
Whitechapel, on the beginning of Commercial
Road:

Total Transparency. NO:ID Group show, opens
this Thursday Oct 28th at 33-35 Commercial
Road 6-9pm. 24 artworks by 18 fine artists on the
theme of transparency, sculpture, painting,
digital artworks, installation. PLUS a lot
of amazing “transparent” sounds: the
experimental trio “Inferno” (fiddle
cello double bass), experimental do
Xanthous, experimental impro Poppadom, and
the mighty groovy dance music of Vibe
Machine from 9pm till late. And the entrance
is free!
The show continues until November 12th,
there will be a mighty Halloween party, a
First Thursday with performances, and a
closing event – see below. E1 1LD. The
exhibition is open Thursday-Sunday 4pm-7pm.
A list of artworks and more stuff can be
downloaded from

http://noidgallery.net/tot.html

Also this Thursday 6-9pm, in 31 Commercial Road,
next door, a photography group show features
new work by five lens-based artists, seeking
to experimentally prune that which is
potentially not required, as well as explore
the merits of a downsized group exhibition.
All five artists are recent alumni from the
London College of Communications’ MA
Photography course. Since graduating the
five artists have regularly exhibited both
nationally and internationally, most notably
at the Format International Photography
Festival, Derby, The Royal Academy Summer
Show, London, the Noam Gallery, South Korea,
and the Photofusion Gallery, London.

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And elsewhere:

Elevator Gallery is hosting an interesting
opening, featuring works by fifty (!)
artists, but can you find them? Title of the
show is “vanishing point”. Now that
sounds so Hackney Wick to me LOL. £1 at the
door, takings support the homeless. Mother
Studios, Queen's Yard, White Post Lane, E9
5EN.

Then, this Sunday, there will be an amazing
Halloween party that is connected to the
Total Transparency show, in the same venue
since it has a 500+ capacity room with a
stage and all the rest. Live on stage:
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell (psychocountry),
Rex Nemo and the Psychic Self Defenders with
special guests Micalef (poetry) and Mark
MacGowan (performance), and Spiritwo. In
between, songs by Kitty Junkbrother and
burlesque performance (or is it?) by the
amazing Elle Revel. Free if you come to the
exhibition times and stay in; £3.33 before
8:30; and £6.66 after. Artists who are in
the transparency show get in for free.

All these shows will be open on First
Thursday, November 4th, and Mark MacGowan
is presenting on the Total Transparency show
a performance titled “Fuck Art and Fuck
Camberwell College of Art”. Guess it
needed to be said (or done) – 8pm, 33-35
Commercial Road.

Another interesting one:

Private View, Thursday 11th November,
6–10pm: Nick Barratt & Giles Corby:
Accidental Icons. At Shed-and-a-Half
Gallery, Studio 4 Back Building, 150 Curtain
Road, London EC2A 3AT. Please RSVP to vita
-at- shedandahalfgallery.com.

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noid_101.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
03.11.2010 13:06
To:
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Hello again thanks for reading!

The Transparency Show, featuring works by
Calum F. Kerr, Charlotte Colvert, David
Porter, Dominc Madden, Gavin Weston,
Geraldine Swayne, Jan Suchanek, Jason
Gibilaro, Jo Colvert, Jo Wonder, Juan José
Bravo, Marc Vaulbert de Chantiliy, Mark
Hammond, Martin Lau, Natalia Trossero,
Noilin O'Kelly, Paul Sakoilsky, Paul
Sibbering, Richard Niman, and Sooz Belnavis,
continues until November 12th.

Http://noidgallery.net/tot.html

This Thursday is First Thursday, and you can
marvel at this show (33-35 Commercial Road)
and the Reduction Show (31 Commercial Road)
6pm-9pm, entrance free.

At around 8pm, Mark MacGowan is presenting
a performance titled “Fuck Art and Fuck
Camberwell College of Art”. 33-35
Commercial Road E1 1LD, Ice Father Nation.
With live music from Rex Nemo and the
Psychic Self Defenders, and a sound
performance by Natalia Kamia, for the first
time in London. The entrance is free and the
venue open from 6pm until 10pm sharp.

Also Thursday, The Barbican: Mare Street
Biennale 2010, "Unfeasibility Study", Thurs.
Nov 4, 7 pm. 10 Glass House Yard, Barbican,
London, EC1A 4JN; Richard Baines, Bill
Balaskas, Oliver Bragg, Adam Burton, Amir
Chasson, Nadine Feinson, Kate Groobey, Roger
Kelly, Sam Keogh, Tom Mason, Matthew Murphy,
Mimi Norrgren, Hannah Perry, Jesse Wine.
Kaavous Bhoyroo Editions will launch new
work by Jo Addison. “Cube” Performance
by Mimi Norrgren, 9 pm.

Friday, November 5th: Dalston Underground
Studios - Ten Year Anniversary Exhibition.
6pm-11pm. The Boys Hall, Dalston, 68 Boleyn
Road, N16 8JG. Current studio artists have
invited previous studio-holders to exhibit
alongside them. Presided over by Lt Col. The
Right Honourable Horatio D. Davies M.P who
originally opened the Boys Hall on this day
in 1898. Performances from Rex Nemo & the
Psychick Selfdefenders (the omnipresent!),
EP launch by Death to the King with music
inspired by H.P. Lovecraft. To attend the
opening, email your full name to
dalstontenyears@yahoo.co.uk. Exhibitors:
Margaret Anderton - Keskarn Arsirarat - Cake
& Neave (Formerly the Little Artists) -
Russell Chater - Naomi Doran - Jon Fawcett -
House of O’Dwyer - Jane Howard - Calum F.
Kerr - Steve Knowles - Gillian McIver -
James Lander - Patrick Michael Lee - Josie
McCoy - David McKeran - Jason Mountolive -
Marina Potok - The Rubber Parlour - Kevin
Quigley - Michelle Reader - Atsuko Sasaki -
Ed Simpson - Rose Smith - Lex Thomas - Steve
Westwood - Nick Wild - Delia Woodman - Laura
Yuile; free for all.

Wednesday 10 November: The European
Recycling Party with Man Like Me. 10
November, 21:00 – Thu, 11 November, 03:00,
Soho, 14 Soho St. This Autumn ERP are
Celebrating Recycling 1 Million Tonnes of
Electrical Waste. Free admission when you
bring any used handheld item with a plug or
a battery to be recycled. ERP is an
authorised non-for profit compliance scheme
for the take-back and recycling of Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
and used batteries. Mission: Electronic
Waste is the fastest growing waste stream
and it is vital we continue to play our part
in disposing of our electrical waste and
waste batteries in an environmentally
conscious way to divert unnecessary waste
from landfill.

Thursday November 11th, 6pm-9pm: PV at NO:ID
Gallery, 31 Commercial Road, E11LD,
Whitechapel - Arantxa Alcubierre: Two Hours
Before. There is not any more important
moment for them during the day, but those
minutes just before the show. Excitation,
concentration, expectation. They are the
Cuban National Circus. Arantxa Alcubierre
Arantxa Alubierre is a London based
photographer, working as a freelance between
London and Spain. She combines her portrait
and corporate photography with personal
documentary projects. Free.

Also Thursday 11 November: photomonth
photo-open extra. 6pm-8pm, Rich Mix, 35-47
Bethnal Green Road, E1 6LA. Photomonth
celebrates 10 years. RSVP Alternative Arts
020 7375 0441. Images by over 90
photographers exhibited in the Mezzanine
Gallery.

Also Thursday 11th November, 6–10pm: PV
Nick Barratt & Giles Corby: Accidental
Icons. At Shed-and-a-Half Gallery, Studio 4
Back Building, 150 Curtain Road, London EC2A
3AT. Please RSVP to vita -at-
shedandahalfgallery.com.

Friday 12th November: Closing event of Total
Transparency show, featuring bands in the
basement: The mighty A Band, the equally
mighty Anarchistwood, and the Mekano Set
from Brighton. Fiver at the door from 9pm,
exhibition upstairs, free before 9pm.

And finally: new website launch:

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

please check and comment!

All the best, as usual...

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with fine
arts, performance arts, and musicians.

To unsubscribe, send mail to
noid-unsubscribe@lists.so36.net.

To find information on more activities
NO:ID, please visit

http://noidgallery.net/

or

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

noid_102.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
10.11.2010 12:11
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello again thanks for reading!

Surprise? Well I have typed off some email
addresses off Facebook, so if you are our friend
there, that is why you get this mail. You can
unsubscribe yourself by emailing to:
noid-unsubscribe@lists.so36.net - or just tell
me. - There is a html and a pdf version to be
at http://promotion.noidgallery.net/.

This newsletter goes out every week, sometimes
every two weeks. It promotes underground art
events mainly in East London, fine art, live
music, and especially everything in between.
Want something listed? Please tell...

==========================

** This Thursday, 31 Commercial Road, NO:ID
Gallery: Arantxa Alcubierre, Two Hours Before.
Photography. There is not any most important
moment for them during the day, but those minutes
just before the show. Excitation, concentration,
expectation. They are the Cuban National Circus.
- Arantxa Alcubierre Arantxa Alubierre is a
London based photographer, working as a freelance
between London and Spain. She combines her
portrait and corporate photography with personal
documentary projects. Private View, all welcome,
6pm-9pm. Part of Photomonth.

===========================

** Ping-Pong Tournament at Wilton's Music Hall,
starts 7:30pm, £5 at the door, winner gets a
cash price, 1 Graces Alley, off Cable St., E1
8JB, amazing Victorian music hall...

===========================

** This Thursday and Friday: the Total
Transparency NO:ID Group Show, 5pm-7pm, last
chance to see it. 33-35 Commercial Road, E1 1LD.
Works by Calum F. Kerr, Charlotte Colvert, David
Porter, Dominc Madden, Gavin Weston, Geraldine
Swayne, Jan Suchanek, Jason Gibilaro, Jo Colvert,
Jo Wonder, Juan José Bravo, Marc Vaulbert de
Chantiliy, Mark Hammond, Martin Lau, Natalia
Trossero, Noilin O'Kelly, Paul Sakoilsky, Paul
Sibbering, Richard Niman, and Sooz Belnavis. The
works are documented here:

Http://noidgallery.net/tot.html

==========================

** Also this Thursday – and EVERY Thursday: A
Spoonful of Poison, Open Mic at The Urban Bar,
176 Whitechapel Road, E1 1BJ. Welcomes all
musicians, poets, singers, comics, random
slapstick performers, magicians, ranters,
storytellers, mime artists. To perform, come at
7pm to sign up.

=========================

** Friday night, Closing Party for Total
Transparency, featuring: The A Band – that is
group improvisation at it's best, who will be
playing in complete darkness; The Mekano Set,
from Brighton, using household appliances only;
Anarchistwood – London's infamous post-punk
band (or is it??); Elle Revel, burlesque dance;
and Handsome Pete – something else. Same
location, only downstairs where the stage is...
33-35 Commercial Road, E1 1LD, it's a £5 at the
door after the first note has been played 9pm.
The venue is probably the coolest in East London
at present IMO (elsewhere referred to as
“Secret Warehouse Location Near Brick Lane”
or “Ice Father Nation”).

=========================

** Camberwell Squat Party. 303 Camberwell New
Road. Bands from 7pm till 12 and then Djs till
4am. Free entry before 12, and then £3 after.
Album Launch. Bands: 52 Commercial Road,
Thoughtforms, Delta Sleep and Soundfilm.

=========================

** Brass Roots Brass Bash: a whole day of brass
music only at RichMix, £13 to get in but surely
worth it, with a massive lineup – IMO don't
miss this one. Starts at 2pm and goes until
midnight!!

=========================

** Saturday Nov 13: Small World Winter Warmer. At
The Bussey Building, a community arts project in
Peckham. Warm Colourful Intimate Venue. UPSTAIRS
Small World Stage with Festival Bands: The Worm
(Malian Rhythms, British Folk, UK Soul & 21st
Century Beats), Molotov Jukebox (Full Power Party
GypsySkaCabaret), Fishnet Jackson (8 Piece Gypsy
Swing), Trench City (Roots /Ska/ Afro/ Street),
Foroyaa (6 piece all female percussion), DJ's.
UPSTAIRS: Small World Cafe. Live performances and
DJs. The Wishing Tree. Door: £10. 10pm to 10am.
133 Rye Lane, Peckham Rye, London SE15 4ST.

===========================

** Monday 15th November: Rock music: Hungry and
The Hunted, 7pm-9:30pm, The Water Rats, 328 Grays
Inn Road.

===========================

** GHostings 4 - GHost-hunters II. By GHost. 16
November, 6:30-9pm. The Senate Room, 1st floor,
Senate House South Block, University of London.
An evening of exploration into the phenomenon of
ghost-hunting, including the findings from the
recent and very marvellous 'Vigil' at the RA and
a dissection of the substance of ghost-hunting
inside the world of television. With: Lucy
Bensusan, “Most Haunted Live” – Interactive
Television and the Domestic Ghost Hunter; Blue
Firth, David Luke, Mark Pilkington, "Vigil";
Followed by discussion including Dr. Ciarán
O'Keeffe. London spirits will be served. Please
RSVP to: ghost.hostings@gmail.com. Hosted by
Sarah Sparkes and Ricarda Vidal.

===========================

And finally: new website launch:

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

please check and comment!

All the best, as usual...

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East London, a
gallery, and a question of identity, and is
working equally with fine arts, performance arts,
and musicians.

noid_103.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
04.12.2010 15:26
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello again thanks for reading!

This newsletter goes out every week,
sometimes every two weeks. It promotes
underground art events mainly in East
London, fine art, live music, and especially
everything in between.

===========================

Recommendations on top, some more
insider-ish info NO:ID-wise on bottom.

===========================

Tuesday 7 December, 2010, 7-9.30pm, The
Polish Centre, 238-246 King Street,
Hammersmith. Palestine Solidarity Campaign,
Winter Concert 2010. A performance of Seven
Jewish Children by the acclaimed playwright
Caryl Churchill; a selection of stunning and
beautiful Palestinian and Arab music from
Nizar Al-Issa, Chafik Kobitti and Samar Al
Murr, playing together as the Layali Tarab
Arabic Band; performance poet Jean 'Binta'
Breeze. Red Cable Sunday. The evening will
be compered by journalist and playwright
Victoria Brittian. Tickets are on sale now,
and proceeds will go to PSC.

===========================

Dec 9th PV / party / pop-up shop at Red
Gallery, 3 Rivington ST. EC2 - until 1am -
The Shop that fell to earth. From an urban
wasteland, a spacecraft lands. Unsighted and
steal blades cut deep into the ground,
breath hot, metallic taste while electric
sweat caresses, nicotine patches. Abducted
by aliens, time capsule and forgotten glory.
Perspex feelings and fashion injected into
fluorescent veins, black raven perched. fly
my friend.... tell them we have returned.
Designers: Charles of London, Yes! Future!,
Bol$hie, Felicity Hayward Vintage, OPAP23,
The Drag Friend Crew. Artists: Jason
Atomic, Alice Dyba. DJ'S: Chirs Flatline,
Billa. Jason Atomic live sketching.

===========================

Private View Friday 10th December 2010,
6.30- 9.00pm: SLIP: Pull back/De-enhance
230. Laura Buckley, Maria Taniguchi, Adam
Thompson. In Laure Buckley’s films scenes
of everyday life are transported to an
extramundane dimension by the psychedelic
process of her practice. Maria Taniguchi
avoids tangible subject matter unless it has
been processed through a much wider network.
Adam Thompson distances himself from
hands-on making excavating found debris and
the stuff of the everyday. The Esper
Machine, a voice-controlled computer,
analyses a photograph by revealing a three
dimensional capture of an event. SLIP
Sensor Part I and II is accompanied by a
newly published text, ‘The Abstract
Object’ by writer and independent curator
Francesco Pedraglio.

===========================

Sunday 12th December 2pm, Colorama - 52-56
Lancaster Street, London SE1 ORY.
"Squattastic" - Calling All Squatters!
Bring your ideas and favourite dish to
share. Starting at 2pm with a legal update
on the current squatting situation, this
event is a chance for everyone to meet,
start plotting and take action in response
to the current 'rumours' that the
Con-Dem-coaltion want to strengthen trespass
laws. Dinner at 7pm, followed by inspiring
film projections.

===========================

Friday 17th December, 6pm – 10.00pm, GHost
III. St. John Church on Bethnal Green, 200
Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA.Artist films,
performances and moving image interventions
in the lofty shadows of this atmospheric
church, hosts and guests become
Ghost-hunters. Warming seasonal drinks will
be served. Nichola Bruce, Gail Burton &
Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly with The East
London Secular Choir, Antonia Carrara, Jo
David & Alex Baker & Kit Poulson, Rebecca
Feiner, Romeo Grünfelder, Michelle Hannah,
Simon Hollington & Kypros Kyprianou, Theo
Kaccoufa, Miyuki Kasahara, Output Arts,
Matt Rowe, Manuel Saiz, Sabine Schöbel,
David Secombe & Andrew Martin, Sarah
Sparkes, Kate Squires, Ricarda Vidal, The
Reverend Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly, The
Phantom Organist, The Daughters of Gef, Neil
Wissink . The exhibition can be viewed
throughout the night 6pm – 10.00pm and the
film screenings in the nave start at 8.30 pm.

===========================

OKAY NEWS ON NOID GALLERY. The little venue
we've been using to showcase solo and group
shows, at 31 Commercial Road, got flooded,
so we have decided to abandon the place.
Unless somebody wants to take it on. We are
hence a homeless gallery again.

We focus meanwhile on a re-make of our
website; the idea is to create a larger
network, such as homeless / squat gallery
network.

If you want to get in touch, have a project,
offer a job or venue, or want to donate,
please don't be shy...!

===========================

http://privateviews.co.uk/ is our featured
website this time. Run by somebody without
ID, mixed messages about cooperation, but a
useful site, trying to catch up Richard
Martin's work. Go for it, we say!

===========================

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

please check and comment!

Also: http://noidgallery.net/ follow the
links...

All the best, as usual!

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with fine
arts, performance arts, and musicians. Hello
again thanks for reading!

This newsletter goes out every week,
sometimes every two weeks. It promotes
underground art events mainly in East
London, fine art, live music, and especially
everything in between.

===========================

Recommendations on top, some more
insider-ish info NO:ID-wise on bottom.

===========================

Tuesday 7 December, 2010, 7-9.30pm, The
Polish Centre, 238-246 King Street,
Hammersmith. Palestine Solidarity Campaign,
Winter Concert 2010. A performance of Seven
Jewish Children by the acclaimed playwright
Caryl Churchill; a selection of stunning and
beautiful Palestinian and Arab music from
Nizar Al-Issa, Chafik Kobitti and Samar Al
Murr, playing together as the Layali Tarab
Arabic Band; performance poet Jean 'Binta'
Breeze. Red Cable Sunday. The evening will
be compered by journalist and playwright
Victoria Brittian. Tickets are on sale now,
and proceeds will go to PSC.

===========================

Dec 9th PV / party / pop-up shop at Red
Gallery, 3 Rivington ST. EC2 - until 1am -
The Shop that fell to earth. From an urban
wasteland, a spacecraft lands. Unsighted and
steal blades cut deep into the ground,
breath hot, metallic taste while electric
sweat caresses, nicotine patches. Abducted
by aliens, time capsule and forgotten glory.
Perspex feelings and fashion injected into
fluorescent veins, black raven perched. fly
my friend.... tell them we have returned.
Designers: Charles of London, Yes! Future!,
Bol$hie, Felicity Hayward Vintage, OPAP23,
The Drag Friend Crew. Artists: Jason
Atomic, Alice Dyba. DJ'S: Chirs Flatline,
Billa. Jason Atomic live sketching.

===========================

Private View Friday 10th December 2010,
6.30- 9.00pm: SLIP: Pull back/De-enhance
230. Laura Buckley, Maria Taniguchi, Adam
Thompson. In Laure Buckley’s films scenes
of everyday life are transported to an
extramundane dimension by the psychedelic
process of her practice. Maria Taniguchi
avoids tangible subject matter unless it has
been processed through a much wider network.
Adam Thompson distances himself from
hands-on making excavating found debris and
the stuff of the everyday. The Esper
Machine, a voice-controlled computer,
analyses a photograph by revealing a three
dimensional capture of an event. SLIP
Sensor Part I and II is accompanied by a
newly published text, ‘The Abstract
Object’ by writer and independent curator
Francesco Pedraglio.

===========================

Sunday 12th December 2pm, Colorama - 52-56
Lancaster Street, London SE1 ORY.
"Squattastic" - Calling All Squatters!
Bring your ideas and favourite dish to
share. Starting at 2pm with a legal update
on the current squatting situation, this
event is a chance for everyone to meet,
start plotting and take action in response
to the current 'rumours' that the
Con-Dem-coaltion want to strengthen trespass
laws. Dinner at 7pm, followed by inspiring
film projections.

===========================

Friday 17th December, 6pm – 10.00pm, GHost
III. St. John Church on Bethnal Green, 200
Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA.Artist films,
performances and moving image interventions
in the lofty shadows of this atmospheric
church, hosts and guests become
Ghost-hunters. Warming seasonal drinks will
be served. Nichola Bruce, Gail Burton &
Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly with The East
London Secular Choir, Antonia Carrara, Jo
David & Alex Baker & Kit Poulson, Rebecca
Feiner, Romeo Grünfelder, Michelle Hannah,
Simon Hollington & Kypros Kyprianou, Theo
Kaccoufa, Miyuki Kasahara, Output Arts,
Matt Rowe, Manuel Saiz, Sabine Schöbel,
David Secombe & Andrew Martin, Sarah
Sparkes, Kate Squires, Ricarda Vidal, The
Reverend Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly, The
Phantom Organist, The Daughters of Gef, Neil
Wissink . The exhibition can be viewed
throughout the night 6pm – 10.00pm and the
film screenings in the nave start at 8.30 pm.

===========================

OKAY NEWS ON NOID GALLERY. The little venue
we've been using to showcase solo and group
shows, at 31 Commercial Road, got flooded,
so we have decided to abandon the place.
Unless somebody wants to take it on. We are
hence a homeless gallery again.

We focus meanwhile on a re-make of our
website; the idea is to create a larger
network, such as homeless / squat gallery
network.

If you want to get in touch, have a project,
offer a job or venue, or want to donate,
please don't be shy...!

===========================

http://privateviews.co.uk/ is our featured
website this time. Run by somebody without
ID, mixed messages about cooperation, but a
useful site, trying to catch up Richard
Martin's work. Go for it, we say!

===========================

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

please check and comment!

Also: http://noidgallery.net/ follow the
links...

All the best, as usual!

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with fine
arts, performance arts, and musicians.

noid_104.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
14.12.2010 18:51
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello again thanks for reading!

This newsletter goes out every two weeks.

It promotes underground art events mainly
in East London, fine art, live music, and
especially everything in between.

===========================

Please have a look at the new website
noidgallery.net.

15th December - Dethkats gig & a birthday
party. Anam Bar, 3 Chapel Market.

15 December, 18:30 - 22:00: Exhibition of
recent artworks by Pashet. Cielo Gallery, 3
New Burlington Street London W1S 2JF.

16th December 18-21:00: True Colours -
Opening Party. The Rag Factory, 16 Heneage
Street (Off Brick Lane). An exhibition of
mixed media works by artists: Andy Mac Manus
(aka The Castle Landlord...!), Brian
FitzGerald, Kieran Herlihy, Leco Rezende,
Macarena Yanez, Vincent Casey.

16 December, 18:30 - 21:00 PV: Janet Rady
Fine Art 2 La Ruche 20 Buckle street
Whitechapel London E1 8EH, exhibition
entitled Concerning Angels features the work
of nine aritsts from across the Middle East,
each presenting their own very personal
interpretion of what Angels mean to them,
with some wonderful surprises.

16t December 19:00 Vogue Fabrics, 66 Stoke
Newington Road , N16 7XB, Salon Vogue. Part
of Royal Dalston Hotel. As part of it’s
rich programme of performance, film and
music over the three days, Vogue has invited
Hackney based artist’s Jonas Ranson and
Christina Mitrentse to curate a salon that
will adorn the unique interior of the Hotel.
Artist's include: Christina Mitrentse,
Audrey Roger, Marc Wayland, Mathew Humphrey,
Jonas Ranson, Nat Skobeeva, Alex Heaton, Tom
Eastland, Olivia Sautreuil, Migle Backovaite
and Romain Arnette.

16 December, 20:00 - 23:00, £5, The Others,
6-8 Manor Road. Oscillating innards /
bbblood / duncan harrison. Oscillating
Innards is Gordon Ashworth (also of Concern,
Knelt Rote, CAEN). Formed in 2001, he came
to prominence in the West Coast US harsh
noise scene, performing, collaborating and
touring with like-minded artists such as
Pedestrian Deposit and The Rita. Ashworth's
style has been an amalgam of varied tactics,
the ferocity of his whip crack cut-ups are
matched by that... of his long-form wall
noise pieces and droning tape collages. Live
performances are characterized by complex
atmospheres, brutal analog electronics and
intensely personal vocals. Following an
extensive tour of Japan and Europe, December
16th will be the final performance of the
tour, and his only UK performance ever.

17 December, 18:00 - 22:00 GHost III. By
Sarah Sparkes. St. John on Bethnal Green,
200 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA (next to
Bethnal Green tube). Nichola Bruce, Gail
Burton & Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly with The
East London Secular Choir, Antonia Carrara,
Jo David & Alex Baker & Kit Poulson, Rebecca
Feiner, Romeo Grünfelder, Michelle Hannah,
Simon Hollington & Kypros Kyprianou, Theo
Kaccoufa, Miyuki Kasahara, Output Arts, Matt
Rowe, Manuel Saiz, Sabine Schöbel, David
Secombe & Andrew Martin, Sarah Sparkes, Kate
Squires, Ricarda Vidal, The Reverend Marc
Vaulbert de Chantilly, The Phantom Organist,
The Daughters of Gef, Neil Wissink.

17th. December, 2010, 6 - 10pm. BIG DEAL 3,
group show, featuring Richard Niman, David
Glasser et al., on the theme of consumerism,
which some people might regard as the
greatest evil of our time. At THE
COLLECTIVE, 15 Camden High Street, London,
NW1. Private View.

17 December, 20:30 - 23:30, Club Hell
presents The Untouchables. Ryan's Bar 181
Stoke Newington Church Street. The
Untouchables play raw blues, basing their
sound on the swinging soul of the great
artists who recorded for Chess Records in
the 50s. With a string bass, a stripped down
drum kit, a cranked guitar through a hot
valve amp and a wailing harp, they turn any
venue into a rocking juke joint. This is
blues for dancing.

18 December, 19:00 - 00:00, Mouthful O' Jam,
The ARTCH, Arch 11 Gales Gardens, London E2
0EJ. Just 1 minute from Bethnal Green Tube.
Hot Jazz, Swing and jump Blues played on
Original 78rpm. Kid Krupa ,Tim Hellzapoppin
and Swing Maniac. Free Dance lesson starts
around 7pmish with American swing dance
instructor Gaia Facchini. £5 entry.

Dec 19th – Johnny Deluxe's birthday party
at The Shop That Fell To Earth, aka RED
Gallery, 3 Rivington St., EC3 featuring
Anarchistwood.

Also Sun 19th Dec 12-6pm, Xmas Finissage at
WW Gallery, 30 Queensdown Road London E5
8NN. Free art worth thousands, 50
established and emerging artists, Everything
£10 - £300 Buy-One-Get-One-Free (so that's
not really free or is it? NO:ID). Support
the NSPCC. With wine and mince pies 12-6pm,
complimentary invitations to the London Art
Fair with all purchases.

===========================

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

please check and comment!

http://noidgallery.net/

All the best, as usual!

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with fine
arts, performance arts, and musicians.

noid_105.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
27.01.2011 16:53
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Happy new year everyone – yes, NO:ID is a
bit late but here is why.

Identity, says Sloterdijk, is an excuse for
lazyness. Identity is something that
possesses us, rather than us possessing it.
Much better an on-going endeavour to
create and re-de-fine the self. NO:ID
Gallery is presenting non-identical art:
everything is unique. And everything is new
and constantly changing.

We are very happy about our new home in the
Midlands – Gallery150 is the name of the
venue. However, NO:ID Gallery as a name and
an undertaking continues. We are preparing
a couple of great show here and there.

The first is an open submission group show
here in Leamington Spa. Please have a look
at our website, and the one of that space.
This show allows everyone to submit a piece
of art for only 10 pound submission fee –
a great opportunity also for London based
artists, in my opinion, to present and
eventually sell their works.

Http://gallery150.co.uk/renewal.html

The second one is a more specific NO:ID show
where we curate half the space there, Juan
Jose Bravo, Veronica Fox, Martin Lau, and
some more t.b.c. at the beginning of March.
Still some vacancies!

The third will be in May, and it will take
over the entire space, under the title
“Me, Myself, and I”. That fits in nicely
with the theme of identity, doesn't it?
Think about it now, details to submission
will follow.

Gig: Tomorrow Friday, January 28th, Inn on
the Green, Ladbroke Grove , 3-5 Thorpe Close W10 5XL: Subterfuge. With
Inferno (Jan Maat, e-fretless bass, Billy
Smith, e-fiddle, Jo-Anne Cox, e-cello);
Anarchistwood; Suburban Mousewife; The
Electric Puffs. A great party to be expected
since it's Anarchistwood's drummers birthday
bash. Come queer.

Another Gig: 28 January, 07:30 - 10:30.
Tottenham Chances, 399 High Rd, N17 6QN.
Fuck off Batman (monosyllabolic free rock),
Nigel Burch (tbc), cupMT (free electro),
Xanthous of NO:ID fame (really amazing noise
performance), Stanley Bad (dj me thinks).

'Nother Gig: Robin Harris & His Only Friends
- Gypsy-Jazz Swing. 01 February, 19:00 -
23:00. Jamboree Venue. The Tuesday Manouche
Club presents. Some of London's best,
regularly performing jazz musicians,
featuring French chanteuse Tiffany
Schellenberg. The band is led by Robin
Harris and is playing a cocktail of oddities
for instruments and songs. Their conception
was inspired by a love of French music so
expect to hear some Gainsbourg, Piaf and
Brel. They play 2 sets this night. £3. 566
Cable Street, Cable Street Studios.

Exhibition: Contemporary Celebrity Art. 3rd
February. 18:00 - 22:00. Forman's
Smokehouse Gallery, Stour Road, Hackney
Wick. Explores the virtuous circle that
exists between celebrities, celebrity
photographers and artists, the media and the
insatiable appetite of the audience for
celebrity news, gossip and pictures.
“There’s no such thing as bad publicity
except your own obituary”. InfamE features
photographs, paintings, drawings, videos and
digital representations of musicians,
actors, sports stars, models and public
figures. Kofi Allen, Alan Chapman, Charlie
Pycraft, Paul Karslake Frsa, Marty Thornton,
Vitaliv, Teresa Witz.

Cabaret: Finger In The Pie Cabaret Showcase
- a 5th Year Celebration. 6th February at
18:30. Madame Jojo's, 8 – 10 Brewer
Street, London, W1F 0SE. Since launch it has
seen some of the biggest names in UK cabaret
grace the stage. Resident comperes Moonfish
Rhumba will be back to present a spectacular
line-up including: a homage ...to The Hoff
courtesy of comedian Adam Oliver;
performance poetry from George Keeler; music
from celebrated chanteuse Misty Lee; the
comedy madness of Michelle Pompidoodoodoo
and Dr. Ana Esmith; contortion and dance
from performance artists Nomade; not to
mention burlesque from the beautiful Kitty
Devine, Aurora Galore, Ruby Jewel, Georgia
Honey, Miss Bruise Violet and Natalya
Umanska. And for anyone who wants to keep
the party going all night Finger in the Pie
cabaret guests are welcome to stay after the
show and enjoy the smooth and funky sounds
of Groove Sanctuary from 10pm till late.

Exhibition: The Wine Presses of Luvah.
Opening event, 5th February, 18:00 - 21:00.
Freedom Bookshop and Autonomy Club, Angel
Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street; London
E1 7QX. David Byers-Brown has updated the
dystopian imagery of a grasping, unspiritual
materialism of the world's snatch and grab
multi-national disaster, creating a
masterpiece, with Micalef's out of the
Blakean carnival of Chaos – tweaked for
the modern ear and eye. Bringing Blake's
profound message from 200 years ago to a
fresh audience, as radically urgent today as
it was then.

===========================

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please check and comment!

Also: http://noidgallery.net/ follow the
links...

All the best, as usual!

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists, and a
question of identity, working equally with
fine arts, performance arts, and musicians.

noid_106.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
12.02.2011 13:09
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello again thanks for reading!
Month of the antiques? Sophokles, Euripides.
And some art shows.
OEDIPUS Tyrannos at Theatro Technis. 15
February at 19:30 - 26 February at 22:30.
Translated by Don Taylor. £10/£8, Box
office 020 7387 6617
info@theatrotechnis.com. This play reveals
the potential horrors beneath the surface
beauty of life, and of art, illusion and
reality. It is also a meta-tragedy, a
tragedy about tragedy. The proportional
relationships in tragedy differ between
ancient and modern writers. Whereas
Shakespeare or Pirandello uses the awareness
of illusion to explore theatricality,
Sophocles uses theatricality to explore the
moral, religious and metaphysical issues
raised by the sufferings of Oedipus.
Directed by George Eugeniou. Cast includes
Amos Miskelis, Jackie Skarvellis, Roger
Samson, Gencoo Ashizawa, Kel Lagaj, Bernard
Lawrence, Robert Allwood, Manos Koutsis,
Michael Nghiem, Diana Stuart. Assistant
director & language consultant Evi
Stamatiou. Matinee on Sunday. Location
Theatro Technis, 26 Crowndale Rd, Camden,
NW1 1TT, London, United Kingdom.
MEDEA by Annouchka Bayley Company. Feb
Thursday 24th - Sunday 28th and March
Thursday 3rd - Saturday 5th, 2011: Doors
7:30, performance starts at 8pm; 7/4 pounds.
Presented by NO:ID Gallery. A re-working of
Euripides' classic play, by Annouchka Bayley
and Company. When Medea, a foreign queen,
learns that her husband, Jason, is
abandoning her to marry the King's daughter,
she sets down a road that leaves nothing
unchanged. A tale about foreignness,
emancipation, passion, and politics. A
highly visual site-specific work, combining
performance art with lyrical text. St. Mary
Magdalene Church, Rowington Close,
Paddington, London W2 5TF. (Nearest tube:
Warwick Avenue/Paddington). Annouchka Bayley
heads the Live Art department of NO:ID
Gallery. Map etc. http://noidgallery.net/
Bravo Fox Lau Suchanek. A Group show. March
1st - 13th 2011, Gallery150, 9 Livery
Street, Regent Court Shopping Centre, Royal
Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 4NP.
Sculpture, painting, photography and print.
Curated by NO:ID Gallery - our first show in
the Midlands. Private View: Monday February
28th (also JM B'day). Leamington Spa is 90
min from London Marylebone, Chiltern
Railways costs 19.50 super-off-peak. Tel
07939843968.
Callout: SYNESTHESIA: A Museum Of Atonal
Art. A multi-media Exhibition, May 2nd -
22nd 2011, Gallery150, Leamington Spa.
Curated by: Jan Suchanek (Gallery150, NO:ID
Gallery). This exhibition of fine art works,
sonic and visual installations, live art
performances and “something else” aims
to question answers. It will be a two-weeks
exhibition, ie. a two-week multi-media
installation including live performances. We
are calling fine artists, installation
artists, conceptual artists, performance
artists, sound artists, in short: artists
from all sides of the artistic spectrum.
NO:ID Gallery and Gallery150 are
artists-lead and artists-funded. To
participate, please email
jan@noidgallery.net. We will then organise
an on-line forum, and organisational
meetings, to give shape to this show.
Http://gallery150.co.uk/
http://noidgallery.net/
That's all for now lovelies - see you 'round
the block!
http://noidgallery.net/
All the best, as usual!
NO:ID
NO:ID is a network of artists, a gallery,
and a question of identity, and is working
equally with fine arts, performance arts,
and musicians.

noid_107.ezm
Subject:
recommended events
From:
janmaat
Date:
26.04.2011 15:46
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello again thanks for reading!

This email goes out as a quick reminder, and
since there is so much to be mentioned, let
me just direct your attention to
noidgallery.net where more details can be
found (including links).

FIRST – that is from today, and for the
next couple of days, there is Luxury Goods
London Festival, this year brought to you
by... Well there are too many artists
involved to mention them all, but an
overview has been posted on noidgallery.net.
My pick this year is amazing performer and
vocalist Lisa Dillan from Norway with her
solo-performance – 'Arousal'; part of her
world tour, she is famous from Schiphorst
Avantgarde Festvial, and countless others.
All the other days – well the usual
madness. At the infamous Courtyard Theatre,
Pitfield St, this Wednesday, 10:30.

SECOND – a really exciting night for those
who love the weird, this is the first gig of
Russian Avant-garde punk since the 1980ies
– no, I am kidding, it is not, since there
are no work permits for Russian
performers... So it will all be their
Doppelgängers, using (entre outre) double
bass, saxophone, marimba accordion and
balalaika. Night is called The Fish and
the Fury, a live music event celebrating
Russian avant-garde, cultural differences,
idiocy of everyday life, excessive eating
and the strategies of self-improvement
through the distorted and tinted glasses of
an absurdist nightmare. Warning: the show may contain nutters,
flashy images, loud noises and scenes you
may find disturbing. Can't miss that.
Featuring: Penny Metal (DJ) and
Anarchistwood, plus some VERY special guests
from East of the Iron Curtain presenting
original Russian alco-folk and jazz-punk.

THIRD, Hunger: fifth International
Performance Art Festival, May 7th - 21st
2011, in Berlin. A unique art festival with
workshops, labs and performances, it is
among the most important platforms for
performance art. Over 100 Berlin and international artists
will present themselves in a performance
marathon. During the kick-off on May 14 and
15, it will be possible to see what
constitutes performance art: spontaneous
creativity, confrontation, experiments, in
short: artists in real-time.

FOURTH, Billy A. B. at the Elevator Gallery,
Solo exhibition, 6 May- 28 May 2011; Private
View 6 May 6:00-10.00 pm. Billy A.B. creates
a world of childhood psychedelia, mutant
geometry and mass produced foliage. Papier
mache becomes digital debris. Appropriated
images mingle invisibly with handmade
drawings. Ersatz components are catalogued
and screen-printed, then cut and pasted in
giant sticker-book-like collages. The
holo-deck is malfunctioning. Performances:
14th May 7.00pm, The Drummers of Tedworth,
a magical, medieval, musical troupe
performing candlelit drumming ceremonies
with handmade instruments and costumes;
Daniel Swan, sci-fi-delic video involving
bowel-melting visuals and hair- curling
noise. 28th May 7.00pm, performances from
Liam Wright Higgins / Julie Yip and Sam
Rees: the Metempsychonaut interactive video
performance. Dare you don the Golem Helm?
Sam Rees launches a new compilation
comic/art book with contributors. Mother
Studios, Queen's Yard, White Post Lane,
'Hackney Wick', London, E9 5EN; Opening
Times: 12-pm- 6pm Thursday –Sunday.
www.elevatorgallery.co.uk

FIFTH, Synesthesia: A Museum of A-Tonal Art.
The show has been postponed, so we are
still collecting submissions, as it will be
staged at a later date. If you wish to
participate, please submit a proposal.

SIXTH, Elevator Gallery is on the lookout
for the artistic talent of the future,
inviting artists to submit proposals for
their annual open exhibition 'The Tomorrow
people' running from 29/7/2011 –
14/8/2011. Art Forms: Sculpture, Painting,
Drawing, Photography, Video Art, Sound Art,
Installation, Live Art, Performance, Video,
Intervention / Action, Experimental Film,
Experimental Music.

SEVENTH, noidgallery.net displays a bit more
detail on all these things, such as
websites, and gives you the chance to get in
touch. And, of course, if you have something
fabulous you wish to include here, please
– well, I guess, the best way is to call
me.

EIGHTS, we've just been offered a really
good deal on digital music recording
facilities in Elephant and Castle area and
would like to pass the recommendation on, so
if you are seeking for a very nice,
chilled-out place to record your stuff...
get in touch.

NINETH, just because sometimes people ask:
yes, we still offer t-shirt and fine-art
screen printing; but we don't hold any more
workshops. And we're really cool in
creating CMS driven websites – just look
at

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

All the best, as usual!

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with fine
arts, performance arts, and musicians.

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noid_17.ezm
Subject:
Anarchist Bookfair
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
17.10.2008 14:52
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello
just a quick reminder: tomorrow is London Anarchist Bookfair,
this year with over 38 meetings and more than 93 stalls.
The address is s Queen Mary & Westfield College, Mile End Road,
London, E1 4NS. http://anarchistbookfair.org.
NO:ID screen print will be present on this fair in the fourth year,
and this fair is somewhat the "birthday" of that NO:ID project,
which evolved from a screen print workshop in squats into an
art gallery and is still moving on!
We regard this fair as a highly important event from which we
are expecting ideas and cooperative links. We will be there on
a stall presenting you the results of our work in terms of
underground screen printing. As you know, the printing work-
shop is now trying to move into a true business, in a sense that
we are now able to produce and sell whole sale (and are
particularly keen on finding outlets).
There will be our whole present range at wholesale prices from
3.60 per piece, a huge rail with almost 100 one-offs, and count-
less patches, framed screen prints, and experimental prints.
T-shirts, high vis vests, hoodies, cotton bags.
We believe the outcome of tomorrow's book fair will be decisive
for the future of this project.
Please be a part of it!
For NO:ID screen print
Jan
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noid_27.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Event
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
29.12.2008 12:15
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello everyone,
hoping everyone has had a fulfilling solistice and christmas.
We will have a creative 2009, a lot of which to be communicated
on this channel. Please make it yours, continue sending your
event recommendations to this email address (just press reply).
New year's eve is the night of the 1001 parties, but instead
of sending you a long long list (which i guess you already have)
i'd like to recommend whole heartedly just this one.
Enjoy!
NO:ID

Recommended Event:

Small World New Years Eve Party

The Venue:
We have a beautiful venue lined up, perfect for the Small World.
The Old Buddhist Centre in Waterloo. A lovely wooden beamed main hall,
warm, clean and beautifully decorated in bold Buddhist colours.
A perfect garden space where we will have our communal fire pit and jam
sessions.
Indoor Smoking Area
Across the courtyard two more floors of lush partying to indulge yourselves
in.
A loving, warm, relaxed and care free hedonistic atmosphere.
The Music
Main Hall
Small World: Festival bands, Cheeky DJ¹s, Cafe and Bar, Garden and Fire Pit,
LIVE TARANTISM ­ Celtic-Dub-Break-Ska PLANETMAN & THE INTERNATIONALZ ­
Afro-Ska-Calypso-Beat BOHEMIANAUTS ­ Gypsy Jazz
DJ¹s ­ An upbeat gumbo of Balkan, Swing, Gypsy, World, Funk, Breaks, Soul,
Latin, Ska and general Leftfield Boogaloo
Across the Courtyard
Floor One ­ Dionysus: Lifting and Bouncing Breaks & Funky Eletro. Line-up
yet to be revealed
Floor Two - Multi-media Chill-out and Performance. Line up yet to be
revealed

The People
We'd love everyone to dress up, in any way you feel- up, down, glamorous or
raged.
We want you to make an effort, create a scene and participate.
The most impressive or imaginative amongst you will be rewarded richly on
the night!!
The Kids Sleepover room and Drivers Sleeping room for those with children or
who will be coming a distance.
Confirmed ­ Bring your own bedding.
Info
Tickets will only be available on the door
9pm till 9am
£15
Transport: Waterloo, Lambeth North
Busses and underground free NYE and Saturday service from 5.30am
Map
http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=carlisle+lane+london&...
53.800651,-4.064941&sspn=17.099342,46.494141&ie=UTF8&ll=51.500689,-0.110893&
spn=0.008776,0.022702&z=16

We¹ve had to work hard to pull this together for you at such short notice.
Please network this one and help us make this the special New Year you all
deserve.

----------------------------------------------------

noid_48.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Event
From:
Jan
Date:
03.06.2009 23:19
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Welcome to your NO:ID weekly - this time, special!

Nice pdf for printout: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

NEW NO:ID GALLERY LAUNCH THURSDAY 4

1st Private View in our new exhibition space, 31
Commercial Road, E1 1LG: newest NO:ID prints. 6pm-9pm,
free.

Remember the amazing weekly changing exhibitions you
have seen in Calvert Avenue some time ago before
vandals took over? Well – vanquish all memories of
that! Though again we will present weekly changing
exhibitions, but location and participators are chosen
with a more discerning eye. The best of both worlds!

Janmaat is presenting new prints on canvas, t-shirts
and posters, and you can find an interview on Fast Art
News http://fadwebsite.com/.

All info about that is on
http://noidgallery.net/newid.html

Also, we are hosting a night after every private view
– first one this Thursday, called:

Be Your Own Art Night, 9pm-12pm. This time held in a
not so secret location next door to the new NO:ID
gallery, a victorian storage house with 5000 square
feet and beautiful columns and décor. Be Your Own Art!
Highlights: The Readers, who are a 10 piece art
performance band who create macro burlesque electronic
rock operas about works of seminal cultural and
artistic importance; KLK, SpokenWordMusic is their
game, featuring Matthew Lee Knowles (This is Fluxus,
The Story of a Magnificent Banquet, Ode to a Manifesto
for Sound, A History of the Offensive Eye); Annouchka
Bayley and J. Blister are going to present a few
numbers with vocals and bucket bass; Peri Whyte will
tell some jokes, and many more – Be Your Own Art is
the motto of the night so take it literally! Compère
on the night: Michael Milsoslavski (of Luxury Goods
Festival London). Plus Doghouse Print t-shirts
exclusvie sale. Plus some madness afterwards (we know
where to go). £5 at the door give you NO:ID membership
for this and future events. Info is here:

http://noidgallery.net/club.html

The exhibition on 31 Commercial Road will be open
Fri-Sun 1pm-6pm. With special thanks to Cafe Fresh.

FRIDAY 5

SLUMP CITY Private View. Laura Oldfield Ford, Karen
Russo & Tessa Farmer. 05 June 2009 18:30 - 20:30 at [
space ], 129 - 131 Mare Street. 02085254336. As the
consequences of the global recession take effect, the
regeneration of the traditional home of London’s
largest artist community in East London has slowed and
the promised Olympic legacy looks in doubt. It is
within this context that SPACE presents Slump City, an
exhibition of three artists whose haunting work
combines gothic fantasy, poetic social realism and
psycho-geography to imagine the urban periphery.

ALSO FRIDAY

The Destroyers single launch @ Wiltons Music Hall,
London. Right old knees-up with Brummy-Balkan TWIST...
Hosted by Continental Drifts, 18:30 - 23:00 in that
legendary hidden giant jewel, a massive victorian
music hall, Graces Alley Off Ensign Street. With
support from Bev Lee Harling and Trio Manouche, this
will be the sort of right old knees up you'd expect.
Its £12.50 for the whole night but seriously, this is
worth it (NO:ID). Bookings: 0844 847 2256. The
Destroyers are a 15-strong collective and it's melting
gypsy jazz, Irish folk, Balkan brass, klezma, ska,
bhangra... www.thedestroyers.co.uk

ALSO FRIDAY

A Ritual for Elephant & Castle. Performed by Chrome
Hoof + Marcus Coates with Wildbirds & Peacedrums +
drum circle. Special Guests + Djs. Ritual held at: The
Coronet Theatre, Elephant & Castle, 7pm - 12am;
Ticket: £6 adv. Artist / shapeshifter Marcus Coates
and the thunder, rock and disco of the mighty Chrome
Hoof is a fanciful and fantastic proposition add to
this cauldron the raw sexual energy of Wildbirds &
Peacedrums, backed up by a 20 piece drum circle.
Http://nomad.org.uk/

ALSO FRIDAY

Supersuperficial in Shoreditch Church. 1pm - 9pm £2
entry. Mixed Media Artwork, graffiti competition,
laser tag, spoken word, etc.

ALSO FRIDAY

On The Bus - psychedelic mayhem @ Shunt, featuring HA!
and the merry pranksters, + 60 artists and more
madness. 6Pm to 3am, Shunt Vaults, entrance in London
Bridge Station, phone 447946457908. Performance art,
interactive installations, immersive theatre, circus
acts, wacky sixties music, hippies, freaks, vietnam
vet's, protesters, riot pigs, gadgetry, nudity, paint,
bodies, visuals. come and join the fun. Be in your
20ies and dress 60's. Shunt closes soon - this could
be your last chance to experience it.

SATURDAY 6

Mischief. Random Artists gather in Tottenham. For an
an unexpected weekend of free space, art, live music,
merriment and food. 3pm – late, bbq, drinks and the
rest. Open invite to all artists and performers –
randomartistsn17@googlemail.com. 658 High Road, N17.

ALSO SATURDAY

Recuperate in Shoreditch Church. 1pm - 9pm £2 entry.
Mixed Media Artwork, graffiti competition, laser tag,
spoken word, etc.

ALSO SATURDAY

The Guy Hilton Gallery presents: Police and Violence,
at the Sassoon Gallery in Peckham, Blenhiem Grove,
4-9pm. Based on real live events about pigs kicking
people's heads in. For more info
chunkymark1974@yahoo.com, 07828524056. Artists: Anne
Margrete Bergh, Shitter of the Yard, O.B.de Alessi,
Richard Dedomenici, Chiara Mu, Simon Ould, Louise
Loudoun, Robin Bale, Charlie Fox, Neil Drabble, Sara
Burgess, Jenny Gordon, FREEE, Andy Zapp, David C West,
Aaron Barschak, Rachel House, Jo David, Gilbert and
George, Micalef, Byron Pritchard, Yul Hilton, Jackie
Clark, Laura Oldfield Ford, Rachel Cattle, Harry Pye,
Sottish Weirdo's, Jim Woodall, Vanessa Mitter, Kate
Kotcheff, Geraldine Ryan, Liam Herne, Phoebe Collings
James, Fiona Symes, Francis Thorburn, Honky, Catrin
Wyn Owen, and many more.

ALSO SATURDAY

reddog unplugged presents: Invisible Alex, Down
Dalston Lane, DJ Moth, @ Cafe Z Bar, 58 Stoke
Newington High Street , 7:30 – Late, Entry £3.50
proceeds to Campaign Against Police Violence.

SUNDAY 7

Mischief. Random Artists gather in Tottenham. See
Saturday, but “only” until 1am.

MONDAY 8

Maybe Screen Printing Class. Call Jan 07939843968 for
location etc.

TUESDAY 9

Guy Shoham: Evanesced. Shed-and-a-Half Gallery, Back
Building, 150 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AR. 6-9pm,
free and on the roof top.

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noid_28.ezm
Subject:
NO:ID Newsletter 123
From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
14.01.2009 16:11
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

1) Editorial

It seems everyone's still hung over and occupied with getting sorted for two thousand and fine. That
ex­plains why it took so long to come up with this issue of your NO:ID newsletter.

In the new year, we will try to bring this e-listing to a new level. There will always be a nice .pdf
file for download that has the same content but looks better when printed out:

http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

PLEASE PRINT IT OUT AND DISTRIBUTE.

We are also encouraging you all to continue sending us information about events with a focus on East
London, the fine arts, the underground, alternative music and performance art, and social change.

It seems there is a strong interest in alternative venues. The housing market, we are told, collapses.
Nonetheless, paying rent in London remains a practically impossible task. How are artists to survive?

You are one of more than 3500 subscribers, and together we can be strong. And if you know some more
people who'd like to get this stuff, visit http://noidgallery.net/ and subscribe.

There will be three parts to this message:

1) Editorial,

2) Gossip: Alternative Venues

3) Events Calendar,

4) Outlook.

2) Gossip: “Alternative Venues”

Larc, in Whitechapel, seems to be a vibrant centre at present, hosting a new group called Whitechapel
An­archist Group, that has a strong anti-fascist stance which we full heartedly support.
http://www.lon­donarc.org/

Rampart St. social centre is still awaiting an eviction that does not seem to happen. Whatever, we
wish the project to stay there much longer - now Lon­don's longest standing social centre.
http://therampart.wordpress.com/

Freedom Press and Bookshop, 84b Whitechapel High Street, has under­gone some refurbishment, so that the
shop downstairs is now bright and spacious, offering an amazing range of books, mainly on anarchist
theory, and is a great space to meet intelligent people. The Advisory Ser­vice for Squatters,
upstairs, is an old and invaluable institution. Oh yes and in the shop there are over 200 wicked
screen printed shirts from various groups and individuals of the London political underground - NO:ID.
http://freedompress.org.uk/

Krankenhouse, a squat art project in Crouch End, sort of associated with Random Artists, started very
prom­ising, received a court date, got offered a license and is still running. Cheap drinks, dogs and
Euro-Trash punks, no journalists allowed. We wonder where this all will lead to.
http://www.myspace.com/kranken­houseproject

Maybe to this? Cheese Factory in Newington Green Road has been re­ported to sink deeper and deeper
into the filth of drug consumption - such a shame again, since this was such as lovely place as long
as it has lasted. (No Internet address)

Or to this? From Calvert Aven­ue, a fire has been reported. Every man is his own fortunes architect.
Note that though the website noidgallery.net is still running, that is because this page represents
the work of the original initiators of the project, not of the c*nts who kicked us out of Calvert
Avenue.

The Spike, in Peckham, has been evicted. After a long battle trying to buy the buildings which the
group had occupied for a couple of years, they have to move. This is particu­larly sad since it has
been such a vi­brant community that had managed to avoid all the mistakes squatted projects usually
make. Long live the spike! http://www.spikesurplus.org/

Passing Clouds, in Richmond Road, being 100% ligit, started running a second venue across the road
which is known as "Passing Clouds II / The Empowering Church". http://www.­passingclouds.org/

The Others, Stoke Newington, keeps on hosting interesting alternative events - in this case, no news is
good news. (No Internet address)

Haringey Arts, a Community Interest Company, managed to secure some council funding for an exhibition
and workshop space. Work is under way, so watch this channel for more.
http://www.myspace.com/haringe­yarts

56a Info Shop, down near Elephant & Castle, is still providing an excellent service for the community.
Particularly good for zines and bikes. http://www.56a.org.uk/

The Library House, a squatted social centre, also in South London:
http://thelibraryhouse.wordpress.­com/

Houseman's Bookshop, near King's Cross station, a very old bookshop dedicated to promoting world peace.
Lots of magazines. The place needs our support and the easiest thing to do that is to buy your
stationary there. Such as "Houseman's peace diary 2009". http://www.housmans.com/

And finally: A Starbucks shop in Whitechapel has had its windows trashed.

3) Events Calendar

WEDNESDAY 14th

Future Music 14th Sam Leack Trio + Seke Chimutengwende – Jazz, and Dance.

Doors 8pm music 9pm - £5/conc £3

(Every Wednesday)

The Others, Top floor, 6 and 8 Manor Road, London

THURSDAY 15th

Marreen Paley. 21 Herald Street, London E2 6JT

email: info@maureenpaley.com web: www.maureenpaley.com

Ruth Root

private view: Thursday 15 January 6.00 - 8.00 pm

15 January - 22 February 2009

The gallery is open from Wednesday - Sunday 11.00 am - 6.00 pm and by appointment.

ALSO

Cafe-night at Rampart Social Centre. 7pm-10pm.

Discussion, banner making, coffee drinking. Meet the usual suspects, and maybe some new ones.

ALSO

Band "Yngvie" & very special guests. The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road. Doors 8pm.

ALSO

Dub Down Dalston. 512 Bar, 512 Kingsland Road. Nomen Est Omen. Entrance is free. Vibes are good.

FRIDAY 16th

Exhibition Launch

"Edge of the city"

Photographs from the fringe of mod­ern lives. Doors 6pm, free entry - DJ's afta.

ALSO

"God don't like it" Wet Dog, The Tele­grams, Sunderbans. Garage Rock, Freakbeat Punk Psych Post-Punk
Anti-Folk and other Alternative Sounds. DJ's: GDLI, Heidi Heelz & His Dark Materials £4 entry. 8pm-1am.
The Victoria, 110 Grove Road, E3 5th

ALSO

Godfriend Donkor:

Story of a Lon­don Township

Space, 19:00 – 21:00,

129 - 131 Mare Street

A myriad of alternative shelters throughout indoor and outdoor ex­hibition areas explore our
relation­ship with rudimentary forms of hous­ing and their significance within the gallery context.
Including a large mud hut (!)

‘Story of a London Township’ will be accompanied by a series of events including discussions, dinners,
and workshops for children and young adults.

SATURDAY 17th

Basscore Extravaganza!

The Lexington, Pentonville road, N1 9JB.

Free. Bar is 8-4 or later....

Theme: trash black tie.

Djs will include the wonderful Iron­side - Matthew 'Basshoover' Brown - Bailiff - Steve Sonic - Dreckly
- Min­nesota fats - Rankin Trevor - Moronik - Henry G and Wob - Nanna's help - and the
incredible...DJCJD

SUNDAY 18th

Climate Camp, London Neighbour­hood Gathering. This meeting is to discuss what Climate Camp does this
summer (will it be a camp, an urban convergence, other? Where will it be? What will it target? etc)
before the National Gathering.

When: 18th January 1pm-5pm

Where: Greenpeace Office, Canon­bury Villas, London, N1 2PN

ALSO

You-Nite 18th ft Vibe Machine, Rev Norm special guests

Doors 7pm, acts 8pm, £2

A hand selected slice of London's furry entertainment underside... showcased for you, by You-Nite...
every Sunday with a special jam sesh after... bring your good times and happy vibes.

The Others, Top floor, 6 and 8 Manor Road, London

+44 (0)208 8023 755, info@theother­s.uk.com

4) Outlook

January 31st

Transglob­al Underground + Victor Menace @ Le Vagabond Boogaloo Club.

February 1st

The Alternative Press Fair, http://comicsandzines.wordpress.­com/

February 20th - 21st

Winter Antifolk Festival

12 Bar, Soho.

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Subject:
Newsletter # 124
From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
21.01.2009 18:56
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Find printer-friendly version here: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

1) Editorial

We received a lot of positive re­sponse to the new layout, and a good deal of complaints
and cor­rections as well (and a kick in the butt).

I'd like to make a whole hearted apology for misrepresenting Cheese Factory and
Krankenhouse. I was rushed, I was stupid, I published malicious hearsay. To quote one
irrate cheeser: "You very obviously don't know what is going on here.. this is a proactive
community full of cre­ative motivated people. I am proud to call it home.." what can i
say? i'm sorry, please don't flog me. The ven­ue in question is indeed a brilliant project
full of excellent people and initiatives.

Apologies to Krankenhouse, which is indeed a promising and in­teresting place (and there
are no cheap drinks), full of art, creativity and innovation as we need. Excel­lent
people.

Another correction on the status of the Spike in Peckam: the place has not yet been
evicted, though the threat is eminent. Please support the spike, and get your own info
from http://www.spikesurplus.org/

Alternative venues are, and that is what makes them alternative, spaces in which a wider
range of activities and live styles take place than in chain stores. It is thus
abso­lutely clear that a single line, as the ones in last week's gossip section were, can
never even get close to reality. It is all up to us – to find out what is going on, and to
make hap­pen what is going on.

Again, if you have something you'd wish see expressed here, do not hes­itate to reply. If
it you don't make it your list, it's just going to cease.

1)Editorial,

2)Requests,

3)Events,

4)Outlook.

2) Requests

“No passport necessary” is the title of an exhibition scheduled for the MayDay weekend,
around May 4th, in the Camden Roundhouse. If you have artwork that you think worth
submit­ting, the form is here:

http://www.sendspace.com/file/n8pi8j

Noise Control? If you are into online petitions, here you can sign against the
government's latest attempt to make fun impossible:

http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/NoN­oiseControl/

The samba band Rhythms of Resist­ance is looking for an alternative space to rehearse
(since Peckam Spike might no longer be available). They are really lovely and ...very
loud.

Belgium's Lady Bird Production are coming to town in two buses. There will be some live
painters, sculp­tures, canvases, a band called "Sound Film",a tripop old school dj : "Dj
Dark matter" and 4 jazz musi­cians. They are currently looking for for space to do their
shows and stay – February 13th to 17th.. Interested? Get in touch via www.matarcar.be (in
french)

temporary school of thought

...is now open until Sunday the 25th, so come take part.

Anyone that would like to hold work­shops, talks and film screenings please get in contact
using the de­tails below.

A space where people come together to share knowledge, non-descript skills, tactical
imagination, darwin­ism, passive action. a week long event of mutual learning, rightwing
bias, free lectures, inert radicalism, workshops, discussion and film screenings.

39A Clarges Mews, Mayfair

07532072087

persons_unknown [at] hotmail.co.uk

3) Events

Ongoing: Space / 129-131 Mare St. until March 14th

Exhibition: Godfried Donkor: In Story of a London Township, three hand built shelters in
contrasting materi­als address our relationship with these rudimentary architectural forms
in relation to the gallery con­text.

WEDNESDAY 21st

Future Days - F-ire collective

The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington, 8pm, £5/3 conc.

The Wednesday at the Others in a new format with a killing double bill.

Lift Technology: Jay Phelps - Trum­pet, Shane Forbes - Drums, Oren Marshall - Tuba

The Irreverents: Fransec Marco - keys, composition, Phil Stevenson - guitar, Wesley Gibens
- drums, Zac gvirtzman - tenor sax

ALSO

Cinema Libre presents: "Hidden Em­pire"

In preparation for National Australia Day on the 26th January Cinema Libre Presents a
night exploring Aus­tralia's Indigenous people and the neglect inflicted by consecutive
Aus­tralian Governments.

19:30 – 23:00, The Library House,

52 KNATCHBULL ROAD

THURSDAY 22nd

Weekly cafe/film/info night at Ram­part, 7pm -10pm, 15 Rampart St, Whitechapel. Theme:
Greece on fire, where next? - Discussion, film, etc.; free.

FRIDAY 23rd

LES APACHES: TEEN BOP!

8:00pm - 2:00am / £5 / Working Men's Club, 42 Pollard Row, London E2 6NB

The Severed Limb

Genuine Essex Skiffle breakdown, everything included with washboard rhythm, tea chest
bass, and good time whoopin’, these boys are out for the kill! and they will bill you for
the bullet.

The Angri Las

All girl, all soul vocal group, from tuff side Camberwell, ready to tear up their biker
boyfriends.

The Sundae Kups

Surfin’ instrumentals from the pip­lines of Coronado bay, Get ready for a X-large serving
of Whipped straw­berry twisting rock!

Special Guest DJ’S:

All the way from Paris - France: Les Mariannes

Will be dishing out French 60’s ye ye, and French rock rarities, to get you swingin’ those
hips to your dan­cin’ chaussures!!

Dress code: rebels without cause, a wonderer, Parisian Za -zou’s, Fonzy, old kent road
Ted’s, Brothel Creep­ers, winkle pickers, Les apaches, Stripes, teen banditos, nautical
skiffle stowaways, Leopard skins, Roses, greyhound travelers headin’ to the graveyard of
planes, B&W po­made hairstyles, homicide detect­ives, jack in the box, lemon heads and
dairy queens.

myspace. com/teenagebop

SATURDAY 24th

The Drones club > Ectogram, Traum­maschine, Puppet Play and more

The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington. Doors 7pm, £5

Ectogram (Cymru) Angular avant space pop from north Wales.

http://www.ectogram.co.uk

Giant Paw (London) Purveyors of fine musical oddities and rhythmic de­lights

http://www.myspace.com/giantpaw

Traummaschine (España) Motorik grooves and live action painting from
Valencia.http://myspace.com/traummaschine

Ronny Wærnes (Norge) Improv noise from the far north of Norway, with Ronny providing a
live soundtrack to "How I Fought Bravely the Thirst for Knowledge and What Happened Then"
by Elena Golovnina

http://www.myspace.com/ronny­waernes

http://www.myspace.com/elena_golovnina

SUNDAY 25th

You-Nite ft Vibe Machine, Dj Masi Mo plus special guests

The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington. Doors 7pm, Acts 8pm, £2

A hand selected slice of London's furry entertainment underside... showcased for you, by
You-Nite... every Sunday

Special guests plus Dj Masi mo

with a jam sesh .... bring your good times and happy vibes.

ALSO SUNDAY

OPEN 6PM - 11PM

MANPOWER! LONDON - Part 2 of 'Podes Ensinar-Me um Fado?' Wrote an epic Fado (traditional
Lisbon song) with the people in Lisbon. Now a man and a woman will sing it sim­ultaeously
in English/Portuguese PERFORMANCE STARTS at 8.30PM at Shoreditch Studios, 31B New Inn
Yard, London, EC2Y.

See: http://cosmicmegabrain.blog­spot.com/ (b/w photos of Lisbon performance on there too)
see http://www.shoreditchstudios.com/ for a map.

4) Outlook

January 31st

Transglob­al Underground + Victor Menace @ Le Vagabond Boogaloo Club.

Dissident Island Event @ The London and Brighton.

February 1st

The Alternative Press Fair, http://comicsandzines.wordpress.­com/

February 20th - 21st

Winter Antifolk Festival

12 Bar, Soho.

Februrary 20th

The King Blues, Spanner, Monkey Rush, Crowzone. + DJ's. Jamm 261, Brixton Rd SW9. A
benefit for reel­news.

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noid_30.ezm
Subject:
Newsletter 125
From:
Jan Suchanek
Date:
28.01.2009 15:43
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Printer friendly version: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

Recommended Events

THURSDAY 29th

Laura Oldfield Ford

London 2013, Drifting Through the Ruins.

Private view: Thursday 29 January, 6-8pm
Exhibition dates: 30 January – 14 March 2009

The main focus of the show is more than one hundred ink drawings that Oldfield Ford has recently
produced as part of an ongoing project chronicling the impact of regeneration on London called
2013, Drifting through the ruins.

Event dates: Saturday 21 February, Drift Walk
Thursday 5 March, Film Night
Saturday 14 March, Zine launch

For further information and images please visit http://www.halesgallery.com/ or contact Hales
Gallery on 0044 (0)20 7033 1938 orpress@halesgallery.com

ALSO

Martin Krupik: Spirit of Romance
Group Exhibition with lots of other artists...
Eaton Terrace Gallery Belgravia London SW1 on 6-9pm
Nearest tube Sloane sq. house No.40
Artist will not be present...

FRIDAY 30th

Come down to Conscious Reverb this Friday the 30th January at Passing Clouds for a reggae,
steppas and dub dance with The Dubsical Tremor Soundsystem! Downstairs the reggae rig will be
spreading light and inspiration with some energetic and vibrant selectas (remember Binghyman
last time!?! - see photoz!), conscious and uplifting MCs, funky horn players and poets! Upstairs
we'll have a more mellow vibe with soul, afro, funk and reggae to fill your ears and hearts with
musical pleasure and consciousness. Lovingly cooked food will be available so come down early
and share some veggie delights with us. Doors open 9pm.

Passing Clouds
1 Richmond Road
£5, 9pm till late

ALSO

RED Party - all is red
Studio 318, Cable Street Studios
20:30 - 06:00
Cable Street Studios, Studio 318
Contact InfoPhone: 07949823988
Email: rox_500@hotmail.com

This friday is going to be red red red. Bring yourselves and the colour in any shape or form.
You can be red, eat red, drink red, or throw red in a one-night attack / affair in a backdrop of
black and white typoworld. For tonight, red will be here to direct us into possibilities to
refurbish our minds.

The event starts at 8:30pm, with red food, forms, lights - right through to follow gigs
downstairs (from 10:30) at dee Jamboree and elsewhere in the building.

May the air fill with red intentions. See you there!

Studio 318 is at the top floor, Unit 7 Entrance Gate

SATURDAY 31st

Transglobal Underground
+ Victor Menace
Le Vagabond Boogaloo Club, DJ's till l8
Barden's Boudoir, 36-44 Stoke Newington Road, N26 7XJ
£10/8.50 con.

TU are THE pioneers in World-Crossover. Seriously!!!
And Victor Menace is Ninja Folk Punk.

ALSO

"Luxury Goods" a festival of guilt Music/Sound Art New Orleans DJ, Rusty Lazer
Jimmy and friends from the Cyclown circus (8:00)
Victoria Aitkin (8:30)
Dimitri (9:00)
Lonesome cowboys from hell (9:30)
Sofizel et la Horde Sauvage (10:00)
http://www.luxurygoodslondon.com/

SUNDAY 1st

Pens, Pencils and Photocopiers:

Alternative Press Fair
St Aloysius Social Centre,
Phoenix Road, Euston, NW1 1TP
12pm to 6pm (music to late)

Bringing together the worlds of alternative comics, zines, self-produced art-books, poetry and
diy/punk culture for one amazing day, like a great colourful blacmange that you can't eat. Meet
the artists, see their work, buy some if you like it. THEN relax and enjoy an exciting evening
of music, song and melody, starring the Singing Sensation of the Nation, Mr. Trent Miller (& The
Skeleton Jive).

This event is FREE to all good men and women everywhere.

A day to live long in the memory - come along.

How do I get there? Alight Euston Station, venture up Eversholt Street on your right is Phoenix
Road and a modern church - we're in the basement.

For more info Contact: jimigherkin(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk or peterlally(at)gmail(dot)com or
check http://comicsandzines.wordpress.com/ for the latest news

ALSO

We're v pleased to announce that Planetman's Sweet Sunday Jam Session is back at the original
Passing Clouds this Sunday 1st February!!

With top live music through the night courtesy of some of london's best international super stars
and guests performers.

From reggae to afro-beat, funk to latin expect positive vibes and abundance of talent!

7pm-4am
fiver on the door
one love
Passing Clouds
1 Richmond Road

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noid_51.ezm
Subject:
Recommmended Events
From:
Jan
Date:
24.06.2009 16:30
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello everyone,
as always, you can find this newsletter in .html or .pdf format
following this link: http://noidgallery.net/elisting.html

Promising: all the big acts are in Glastonbury to play in front
of pissheads from all over the country. So the city will be a bit
easier to take. Good luck to all you who work in Glasto, even
more good luck for those trying to blag in for free, and best of
luck for those paying to get there.

THURSDAY 25

Alexandra Valy - “ONE / THREE”. Private view 6-9pm. Drawing on
the language of mythology, fairy tales, popular culture and
everyday life, Alexandra Valy contrasts realistic and symbolic
references in order to construct new meaning. NO:ID Gallery, 31
Commercial Road, only this week! See the eflyer and find out
more:

http://noidgallery.net/newid.html

ALSO THURSDAY

Balla Drama - Group Show, Paradise Row Gallery, St Matthews Hall,
17 Hereford St E2 6EX paradiserow.com including performance. 7-9.

ALSO THURSDAY

Jewel in the Mud. Cabaret Night at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road,
Stoke Newington. A skin-tight silver space suited night of mayhem
featuring Andrew Bailey - 'the mosts talented and bizarre loop
station artist in the uk', Diego Spano - ' world's leading
Charlie Chaplin impersonator', Titi - soulful clown from the
Circus Space, Sarah Ruff - Spectacular, hilarious, peculiar, Tice
- 'Me & my Leperchaun', Natali - Venezuelan perofrmance artist -
an extravaganza of a woman, and Clemence Viel. Hosted by Dr
Hoflishkadu. £7/£5, doors 8pm, show 8:30 pm sharp.

ALSO THURSDAY

She Makes War, Lambeth Wind Orchestra, Crumbling Ghost and
Djevara at Apollo Project in Herne Hill - a popup community arts
space. Entry is free and there's a nice cheap bar, wonderful
people and a loo that looks like a spaceship. 29 Norwood Road,
London, SE24 9JU.

FRIDAY 26

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Alexandra Valy “One / Three”.
noidgallery.net

ALSO FRIDAY

The Big Smoke Cinema Screening. Free cinema, footage of old
London like you've never seen. 26 June 2009, 19:30 - 23:00 in
Wilton's Music Hall, Graces Alley, wiltons.org.uk. 82 minutes of
short clips filmed in London from 1896 to 1945. Come along
anytime from 4pm. The venue itself is a jewel! Afterwards there
will be dancing in the bar with a rousing round up of vintage
vinyl to swing and shake to. Call 0207 702 9555 to save your
place and join a long line of distinguished patrons.

ALSO FRIDAY

Excuse the Mess presents Mobilee. at Alhambra Warehouse. Pan-Pot,
Ralf Kollmann, The Fix, Nick Maleedy, Alex Nagshineh, Chris
Braun, VJ Ben Anchor. Moustache Mamas (Dirty Disco, Room 2). For
the real ravers now the wannabe ravers are in the West Country.
Email names to excusethemess@live.com for exclusive £8 guestlist,
£10 general concession guestlist, £12 at the door.; contact
07752355335. The same venue where NO:ID did Be Your Own Art
Night, 33-35 Commercial Road.

SATURDAY 27

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Alexandra Valy “One / Three”.
noidgallery.net

ALSO SATURDAY

'Goodbye Cruel World' Hold & Freight's official closing party
featuring performances and work by Ana Noble, Marie Thams and
Rebecca Ribichini. There will be DJs, BBQ, a bonfire and lots of
dancing till late into the night. Unit 7, Apple Tree Yard,
Bradwell Street, E1 4DR Stepney.

ALSO SATURDAY

Love Live. Performance / Art / Film night: 8.30pm, Jago Bar
Gallery, 77 Redchurch St E2 7DJ featuring a multiversal picture
show, film theatre, performance. £2.

ALSO SATURDAY

Noisy Image. Live and recorded artworks that use, reflect on and
involve TVs and video monitors. Featuring works by: Julia
Calver, Lee Campbell, Paul Carr, Jenna Collins & Chris Scobie,
Ami Clarke, John Clayman, Chloe Cooper, Amy Cunningham, Shaun
Doyle & Mally Mallinson, Benedict Drew, Katharine Eastman, Emma
Hart, Pierpaulo Inga, Dai Jenkins, Dean Kenning, Bob Levene,
Louisa Martin, Jordan McKenzie, Bruce McLean, Rachel Mars, Harun
Morrison & Helen Walker, Shane Munro, Erica Nordqvist, Tim
Parkinson, Harriet Poole, Clunie Reid, Jack Southern, Corinna
Till, Tetsuya Umeda. £5, Cafe OTO, 18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston E8
3DL, 7-12pm.

SUNDAY 28

NO:ID gallery 1-6pm: Alexandra Valy “One / Three”.
noidgallery.net

ALSO SUNDAY

Chutney 3 – The Voice of Chutney. Camberwell Green, Camberwell
Road, SE5. This Time it's War. Last day of the Camberwell Arts
Festival, expect Puppet Wars. Lots of artists involved, including
Miyuki Kasahara, Calum F. Kerr, Raul Pina, Shape Shifters, Sarah
Sparkes, the Return of cApStAn StRiNg, Geraldine Swayne, and many
others. 1-7:30pm free outdoors and amazing.

ALSO SUNDAY

Boom Boom Club. The Travelling Circus Hits Town. The Bathhouse, 8
Bishopsgate Churchyard, EC2M 3TJ. In a newly restored victorian
turkish bath house: burlesque performance acts, 50ies swing,
rock'n'roll and exotica by DJ bioux and david h. £7, 9pm-4am.
Www.boomboomclub.co.uk

MONDAY 29

It's that time of the month again...

TUESDAY 30

Jazz Factory. Jerome Harper on trombone, Chris Nickolls and
Graham Fox on drums, Ross Stanley and Sam Gambarini on Hammond
Organ, James Fenn and Nigel Price on guitar. Plus many special
guests. At The Last Days of Decadence. Free and a non-miss!
Shoreditch High Street, E1 6TE. 9-12pm. Downstairs Djs. You
should really check it out before they notice how good they
REALLY are.

ALSO TUESDAY

Private View and Garden Party, 6.30 to 8.30 dress; Kenny
Schachter Rove Gallery, 33 Hoxton square, midsummer night's dream
- group show - All that we see or seem is but a dream within a
dream - E.A. Poe... rsvp ann-michael@rovetv.net

ALSO TUESDAY

Poetry event: A Boat Beneath a Sunny Sky - 6.30 pm on HMS
President, Victoria Embankment EC4 - 3 poets - poet in the city
free event, www.poetinthecity.co.uk free but rsvp needed.

WEDNESDAY 1

F-ire Collective presents: Benet McLean Quartet feat Jason Yarde.
Benet McLean: Keys, Jason Yarde: Saxophone, Ben Hazleton: Bass,
Rod Young: Drums, + dance tbc. The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke
Newington. Blessed with an intimate atmosphere and great sound,
this place is probably the best for Jazz in East London.
Http://theothers.uk.com/.

ALSO WEDNESDAY

NO:ID Newsletter comes out. Submit your tips before midday using
the form:

noidgallery.net/addevent.html

THURSDAY 2

NO:ID Gallery: Gguðrún Sigríður Haraldsdóttir, 'known not known'
, private view 6pm-9pm; 2nd - 5th july 2009, 31 Commercial Road.
Part of First Thursdays.

Http://noidgallery.net/

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.txt as well as plain text email.

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noid_58.ezm
Subject:
Recommended Events Aug 13-20
From:
Jan
Date:
12.08.2009 13:03
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello,

as always, http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html
or pdf http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf

LETS GO!!!

The gallery on 31 Commercial Road! WoW! I mean, really, really,
really good stuff. Every Thursday 6-9 and Fri-Sun 1-6. Thank you all!

Change to newsletter layout: there's a “new and ongoing” section at
the end of the listing now, enjoy scrolling!

THURSDAY 13

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm, private view: Christina Mitrense: Building my
library. Installation, sculpture and two dimensional works. Guest
Performers: Bern Roche Farrelly is acting a loop piece about ' How to
write, read and speak correctly'. Duncan Ward is acting a piece
entitled ' Building my Lungs' by using his body.

Http://noidgallery.net/gallery/

ALSO THURSDAY

Pure Evil at Pure Evil Gallery, 108 Leonard st, EC2A 4RH, Opening,
6pm. His first London solo show in two years at his Pure Evil Gallery
in Leonard Street. American Landscape Paintings, images of Lost
innocence, trippy art downstairs in the basement, very loud music
played on a big wooden sound system, beer and jolly japes.

ALSO THURSDAY

With Or Without God. Ecstatic Wonderment and Physical Experience in
Painting, and beyond, Part 2. Private View: 6.30 – 9.00 pm, L-13
Light Industrial Workshop, 31 Eyre Street Hill, Clerkenwell, EC1R
5EW. Harry Adams, Neal Brown, Chris Burns, Billy Childish, Ruth
Calland, Howard Dyke, Grant Foster, Neal Jones, Kate Lyddon, Sally
Madge, Stephanie Moran, Jamie Reid, Geraldine Swayne, A.S. Waghorne.

FRIDAY 14

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, Christina Mitrense: Building my library.

ALSO FRIDAY

Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play Queen of Hoxton. There's gonna be a
die-in tonight! 10pm. Queen of Hoxton, 1 Curtain Road, EC2A 3JX.
Howdee, the Cowboys are playing at Spun Club. Free before 10pm, heck
they'll be on at 10PM so come down by 10pm and listen to 'em howlin'.
£5 after 10pm and on till 2am. The Lonesome Cowboys from Hell exist
in the murky realm between children’s nightmares and grown men’s
fantasies. Join Us or Die trying!

ALSO FRIDAY

Free music performance at 7pm and late night opening (every Friday)
at National Gallery, Trafalgar Square WC2 9pm.

ALSO FRIDAY

Drench / Absorb, two opposites both Mental and Physical. Oblong
gallery, 6pm-9pm, 69A Southgate Road, N1 3JS. Curated by Amelia
Francis and Simone Wallace, an exhibition which brings together 15
selected artists showing photography to sculpture and installation.
Andrew Hladky / Cos Ahmet / Charlie Duck / Clinton De Menezes /
Christina Mitrentse / Dale Lewis / Dawn Stringer / Govinda Ash /
Gaea Todd / Matthew Ratcliffe / Nicholas Adams / Richard Bunce /
Rhiannon Fraser / Richard Stone / Zachary Saitoti.

SATURDAY 15

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, Christina Mitrense: Building my library.

ALSO SATURDAY

The Last Week Gallery. Cotall Street, flat 61. E14 6JX Private view:
6.30pm - 9.30pm. Show opening time: 4pm till 8pm daily, 17th – 27th
of August 2009. TLWG is a project initiated to offer artists at the
beginning of their carrier the opportunity to present their work in
spaces whose original purpose was outside of presenting art works.
The opening show “Cotall 61” features the work of ten artists in a
squatted flat in East London that is currently in the process of
eviction. Featuring artists who work in a wide range of mediums,
tackle a plethora of subjects while responding to the space.

www.thelastweekgallery.com

ALSO SATURDAY

Gung Ho. 8pm-2am, The Cross Kings, 126 York Way, London N1. Gung Ho
promises a rockin summer party featuring Dethscalator, Toe Hammer,
Dear Thief and special guest DJ Terry Edwards, along with resident DJ
Tony Broomhead. Gung Ho is a bi-monthly social club that presents
live music in the distinctive setting of the Cross King s, London. £5
on the door.

ALSO SATURYDAY

The Limoncello Summer Fête, 15a Cremer Street, E2 8HD. 12-15h,free.
Attractions will include ‘splat the rat’, a tombola, home-made
produce, ‘sponge the gallerist’, a fortune-teller, live music,
treaties and crafts, fashion show, jelly eating competitions and
‘pin-the-tail on the Wallinger’. Stall-holders include Charlotte
Turner, Sanders-Jones, JoJo Tyhurst, and Peter Georgallou.

ALSO SATURDAY

Open Mic Night @theBASSTRAP - Tottenham Chances Club - 399a Tottenham
High Rd - N17 6QN. Free Entry. Hosted by DJ ApeNutz + K.I.N.E.T.I.K.
Bar Open 7pm to Late, Free Parking, Live Music + Guest PA's

SUNDAY 16

NO:ID Gallery 1-6pm, Christina Mitrense: Building my library.

ALSO SUNDAY

Climate Camp Appetiser Intro Event 14:00 – 15:00 @ the Rag Factory,
16 – 18 Heneage St, E1 5LJ with presentation on how Climate Camp is
organised, the public swoop & direct action.

ALSO SUNDAY

Launch of Eel Magazine at Counter Cafe, 4pm-10.30pm, Roach Road E3
2PA.

ALSO SUNDAY

UUS art group launch collective art show at the Foundry, 86 Great
Eastern St, EC2.

ALSO SUNDAY

VHS Basement, 9 Great Chapel Street, Soho, 4ish pm. Celluloid
Liberation Front will screen Sganzerla's 'Red-Light Bandit' and
Iosseliani's 'Gardens in Autumn' to instigate (il)logical
speculations on the asymmetrical nature of the informational exchange
between audiences and films. This event is part of the 'Festival of
Power' which is running from Monday 10th until Sunday 16th at VHS
Basement, the only free picture house in the heart London (formerly
language school).

MONDAY 17

Screen Printing Class on appointment. Popular course on how to do it
at home or in your own studio / kitchen. Comprises two sessions for
just £60 including your own D.I.Y. screen to take home. Every Monday
6:30-8:30pm, but please call Jan on 07939843968 in advance since
places are limited.

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TUESDAY 18

6-8pm pv at Flowers Gallery 21 Cork St W1, New work by gallery
artists 11 - including bernard cohen, stephen chambers, jane edden.

ALSO TUESDAY

Jazz Factory, The Last Days of Decadence, Shoreditch High Street:
“TromboneJerome” Jerome Harper and Friends. Best free Jazz night in
Town. Come early to get a good seat. Doors 7pm music 9pm.

WEDNESDAY 19

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for
publication, please use

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THURSDAY 20

NO:ID Gallery 6-9pm, private view: Jonas Ranson: Deus Ex Machina.
Jonas Ranson’s art is drawn to the marginal and hence subversive
nature of supernatural themes, the ideas and symbolism of the occult
and its association with the more disreputable forms of popular
entertainment.

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NEW & ONGOING

1) The Treehouse Gallery is open from now until September 6th,
Regent's Park, by the boating lake. Open Mon - Thurs 10am - 4pm and
Fri - Sun 10am – 8pm. This collaborative project is
independently-run, self-built, unfunded, FREE and open to all. If
you would like to run a workshop, initiate a debate, create a
performance, curate a day, hold a session, explore an idea, call
Claudia: 07960652063 or Steph : 07963083767, visit
www.thetreehousegallery.org/.

2) The Free Shop, 165 Commercial Street, near Shoreditch High St., is
open Thur-Sun 12pm-6pm.Bring great stuff you no longer need, grab
crap stuff other's don't want.

3) VHS Video Basement A new social space / free picture house has
opened up in the heart of Soho. Just off Oxford St, at 9 Great Chapel
St, Class of 09 are occupying an old English Language school and have
converted the basement into a temporary cinema. If you would like to
show a work in the gallery space on the ground floor, screen a film
or run a workshop get in touch. 07962 483 750. See
http://videobasement.org/

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From:
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Date:
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PHOTOMONTH at NOID:
We are starting this month with a well-deserved little break after the book fair and all that. So no PV this week, we are closed for refurbishment.
Next week (not this week!) we will be back with the first exhibition of Photomonth, showing works by Carole Suety, Jayne Taylor, Benjamin Dossot, and more.
CALLOUT for SUBMISSION OF WORKS:
In December, we will be holding a group show. If you have exhibited with us, or if you wish to exhibit with us, you can participate. Please prepare a work in the format 15cm x 15cm. We have cut some square boards that you may use but you can use your own little canvas, box frame, or the like. If you wish to do sculpture, please double-check this with us. The show will run 10th-20st December. Submissions before then, and we'd like you to send us a photo of it with a short description and your contact details to steve@noidgallery.net please.
THE LISTING:
No listing this week, first, there is nothing on, second, I'm in a foreign capital (guess which one), third, I'm hung over and can't be bothered. Finally I found out I've been doing this Listing EVERY Wednesday for over two years...
CALLOUT for EVENT:
NOID needs a fund raiser big time, and the idea is to run an amazing night some time before the end of the year. If you can imagine yourself being part of the show, hosting the event, be a team member, etc., please send submissions to jan@noidgallery.net.
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From:
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Date:
04.11.2009 13:37
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Callout for submissions: if you have exhibited with us, or wish to exhibit with us, please prepare a 15cm x 15cm sized artwork for the show running Dec 10-20. We have cut bits of wood in that size which are now in the gallery to pick up that you can use. Make a photo of it and send your details to steve@noidgallery.net who is there for you on this issue.

And thanks so much for all the shoulder tapping for 2yrs of this listing, and all the positive response for the fund raising event. I'm sure it will be great. More soon – and if you wish to get involved, please still just drop mail to jan@noidgallery.net who is me and there for you.

THURSDAY 5

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Carole Suety. Dark and disturbing still-lives. 31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG. As part of photomonth, NOID gallery is showing new photography all month. This particular show is part of First Thursdays, when you can expect great art openings behind pretty much every door in the East End – see firstthursdays.co.uk for the full program.

ALSO THURSDAY

Nick Griffin Dancing In Cable Street by Mark McGowan. 16:30 - 18:00. Cable Street/Dock Street. In an extraordinary art performance artist Mark McGowan is to dance from Cable Street in East London to the Charlie Smith Gallery in Old Street starting at 4.30pm on Bonfire night 5th November 2009, wearing a (BNP leader) Nick Griffin mask and dressed with a black shirt.

ALSO THURSDAY

Save the Empire. Keep the Lights at this Historic Theatre Burning Through The Dark Nights! PMSR Collaborative Project Proposal Development "Coup in London Artworld". 18:15 - 21:15, The Hackney Empire, 291 Mare Street. 'Claire Middleton should wear a black cloak and carry a scythe.'

FRIDAY 6

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Carole Suety.

ALSO FRIDAY

David Goldenberg - Fordham Gallery, Stall 31, Whitecross St Market, EC1. Photography in a special space. 12- 3 pm.

ALSO FRIDAY

Lobby. A project initiated by Stefano Calligaro. Stefano Calligaro, Karen Cunningham, Charlie Danby, Lieke Snellen, Mick Peter, Simon and Tom Bloor, Francesca Nobilucci 6.30-9.30pm. Cell Project Space, 258 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9DA.

ALSO FRIDAY

Zero De Conduite. Elevator Gallery night of mayhem, Live Art, Live Music, Film and DJ's. 8pm-2am. Queens Yard, White Post Lane, Hackney Wick. Phillip Hennessey (Psychic portraits live in action), Jon Purnell (Expect to meet a real living dead Mummy and view the pyramids of Egypt), Grace Morgan (Something really really good), Susu Laroche & Sydney Southam (tape loop mayhem raising the dead). Plus lvie Music from Dopplegang, Temperatures, Men of Good Furtune, etc. etc. and some rare surrealist films.

SATURDAY 7

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Carole Suety.

ALSO SATURDAY

Rally for Professor David Nutt- Support evidence based drugs policy. 12:00 - 15:00, Opposite Downing Street, London.

SUNDAY 8

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Carole Suety.

ALSO SUNDAY

Savage Messiah Number 786 Zine Launch. 13:00 - 18:00, ICA London.

TUESDAY 10

DIY screen printing at NOID gallery. Learn how to do it from scratch. Great for beginners and creative people. See http://noidgallery.net/print.html for more.

ALSO TUESDAY

Transition Sessions @ Passing Clouds #3. From Empire to Earth Community. United Diversity. 7:30pm - 23:30pm. 1 Richmond Road E8 4AA.

WEDNESDAY 11

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use

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THURSDAY 12

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Jayne Taylor , ' INTERIORS ' . Shot on a vintage stereoscopic (3D) camera, 'Interiors' is an ongoing project taking an intimate, playful look at people whose lives resonate strongly with the imagery and aesthetics of past decades. The subjects are photographed in their own homes, in the midsts of their inner worlds, reflecting the artist's fascination with the relationships between reality and fantasy, vision and imagination. The 3D format, with a vintage charm of its own, brings to life the magical and nostalgic qualities of photography, while offering the viewer a momentary flight from their own immediate reality.

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
11.11.2009 19:44
To:
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Party coming up: big NOID party on Fri Dec 4th, please put it in your diary now! Yeah I know a Friday 13th would be much more stylish in these days of doom. Can't help but being optimistic. Want to get involved, get in touch: jan@noidgallery.net.

Call for submissions: Films of under 9 minutes and on the theme of GHosts and hauntings. These will be screened on a movie sized screen in the church of St John on Bethnal Green. 18th December 9 - 10pm. Deadline; 16th Nov. Contact: ghost.hostings@gmail.com.

And, still rolling: The NOID endoftheyearshow, Square up the Year. All works on 15cm x 15cm. Want to be part of it? steve@noidgallery.net.

THURSDAY 12

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Jayne Taylor. 31 Commercial Road. 3D stereoscopic images. Part of Photomonth. And there is an arty party afterwards across the road in The Castle until late.

ALSO THURSDAY

Celestial Contrakt. Group show curated by Christina Mitrentse and Jonas Ranson. Schwartz Gallery. 6pm-10pm. 92 White Post Lane. Dominic Allen, Nikos Alexiou, Alex Bunn, Andrew Hladky, Bern Roche Farrelly, Stine Ljungdalh, Christina Mitrentse, Jonas Ranson, Lee Wagstaff, Marc Wayland. Guest sound Performers: Existjesus , Douce Angoisse.

FRIDAY 13

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Jayne Taylor. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO FRIDAY

Sound Through for the last two nights of The Shunt, from 6pm to Sat mitnight, The Shunt, Joiner Street. The last party in this fantastic venue (!!!!) so (a) get your ass down there (b) come early to get in. http://www.shunt.co.uk/ £10

ALSO FRIDAY

Small Publisher’s Fair 2009. Also on Saturday. International Book Fair celebrating books by contemporary artists, poets, writers, composers, book designers and publishers featuring artist-publishers and small presses from UK an abroad, including Japan, Canada, Australia, Korea and many European countries. Conway Hall, Main Hall, open 11am – 7pm. Free. 25 Red Lion Square, WC1.

ALSO FRIDAY

Spectrum Winter09. 6pm-9pm, St Marys Old Church. Group show curated by The Others. St Marys Old Church, Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 9ES. Launch night, 6pm to 11pm. Sculptural and installation works as well as 2D pieces, set in a beautiful Elizabethan church and its grounds. Mr.Aide, Pearl Bates, Gaye Black, Lewis Cambell, Espira, Oliver Harud, Tom McDougall, Danilo Murru, Damien O’Connell, Odd Job Man, Nicola Peart, Daria Petrillo, Sardine & Tobleroni, Oliva Pinnock Tuner.

ALSO FRIDAY

Signs of Revolt. Creative Resistance and Social Movements since Seattle. Exhibition. Opening night 6pm-9pm. Shop 14, Truman Brewery, 15 Hanbury Street. http://signsofrevolt.net/

ALSO FRIDAY

Zero de Conduite. Elevator Gallery night of mayhem, Live Art, Live Music, Film and DJ's. 8pm-2am. Queens Yard, White Post Lane, Hackney Wick.

SATURDAY 14

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Jayne Taylor. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO SATURDAY

Mixed Up North. A new play by Robin Soans, fiercely funny and moving, based on real events surrounding the difficulties of uniting divided racial communities in the Lancashire mill town of Burnley. Wiltons Music Hall, various times and dates: see http://wiltons.org.uk/

SUNDAY 15

NOID Gallery 1-6pm, exhibition: Jayne Taylor. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO SUNDAY

The Flight - Flying Cabaret at The Foundry. Rude Mechanicals live! 6:30pm - 11:30pm. The Foundry, 86 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3JL. The Flying Cabaret at the Foundry + what to do with a naked man. Acts include: Now, Roshi Nasehi, Andrew Bailey, Rude Mechanicals, DJ - Pete Stormcrow. And the resident nude man!

WEDNESDAY 18

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use

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THURSDAY 19

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Benajmain Dossot. Part of Photomonth.

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Date:
19.11.2009 14:55
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Heyho! Screen printing? Buy all the stuff you want to print on (that can be paper, wood, t-shirts, high-vis vests, hoodies...), calculate another about 50-100 quid for screens and inks, and pay a flat 150 quid for a day use of the best studio of London (in Bermondsey) and me, yes, me, will be there for you doing the job with you and for you. So if you have art work or designs that just need to be made into limited edition prints, give me a ring on 07939843968 or email jan at noidgallery.net – ideally before the end of the month. Look. You need stuff to sell and I need to pay rent. Plus you learn how to do it. Can't go wrong really. Thank you. More info: http://noidgallery.net/print.html
THURSDAY 19
NO:ID Gallery: Yes, B.D. owes us a pint. He doesn't have friends to party with. We use this week to do some minor repairs. Gallery closed. Give me screen print job. Ta.
ALSO THURSDAY
Night of 1000 Stars. 7pm-midnight. InSpiral Lounge, 250 Camden High Street. Unofficial launch of Milli Moonstone's debut album "Lose Myself". Influences from Indian, African, Celtic and gypsy traditions; melding them beautifully into Western forms. Supported by Kev Campbell of Oystar- acoustic wordsmithery, Low Flying Moon- psychedelic folk and Gypsy Jamboree- Balkan madness. DJ Smallmoney playing global grooves.
ALSO THURSDAY
London’s new cassette-only label, The Tapeworm, presents their first event, “The Night of the Long Worms”, featuring Leif Elggren and Joachim Nordwall (both SE), Meltaot, Souls on Board with Bruce Gilbert, Philip Jeck, Baraclough, Simon Fisher Turner (all UK) and special guests. Cafe Oto, 18-22 Ashwin St, Dalston, E8 3DL
ALSO THURSDAY
Joe Biel (LA), drawings and paintings, influenced by artists such as Goya, Ingres, Bellini or again Bruegel and Bosch for their engagement in storytelling and the creation of atypical atmospheric environments mixing the observed and the imagined, Biel’s works are however very much rooted in the contemporary world thanks to a very present humour and starkness. Nettie Horn, 25b Vyner St., E2 9DG.
ALSO THURSDAY
K-day ketamine workshop. 2pm, Dragon Hall, 17 Stukeley St, WC2B 5LT. Ketamine awareness day is a chance for ketamine users and health professionals to meet in confidence. Also free food and drink, meditation and mindfulness from London Buddhist Centre. http://web.me.com/j.leitz/KDAY/KDAY.html
ALSO THURSDAY
Carolyn Lefley: Fictional Space. PV, 6-9pm. At Shed-and-a-Half Gallery, Back Building, 150 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AR, photographs floating between reality and fantasy, believable spaces and sites of make-believe. The interior space of the home is imbued with the otherworldly realms of childhood stories: Narnia, the Wild Wood, Wonderland and Lilliput.
FRIDAY 20
Milli Moonstone in Concert. Tara, 356 Garratt Lane, 7.30pm. Support: Sujit Mukherjee- tabla player and percussionist from India, and Ernesto Estruch, violinist and pianist from Cuba. Featuring the magical sarangi from India. £6/9.
ALSO FRIDAY
Friday Folk: Edward II, Vibe Machine, Theo Bard and Band, Scorcher Sound System. Two For Joy - New Folk, Old Folk, No Folk! 8pm-2am. Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road, Dalston, London, E8. £6 Advance or before 9pm / £8 otherwise.
SATURDAY 21
Band Night. 10 pm onwards. 11 White Horse Street, Mayfair. 52 Commercial Road play in the new VHS Video Basement squat (Formerly Puss in Boots Strip Club in Mayfair) Gig includes poles and disco balls. Bring your own drinks, entry is free.
ALSO SATURDAY
Decima & La Bouche Mag Christmas Rubbish art fair, The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road. Followed By Christmas Rubbish Night, Beastellabeast Live: The annual Decima Nativity Play, Douce Angoisse, Nova, Steve Micalef's Santa's Grotto!, Uru-Ana, Max Love. Visual and performance artists: Vicki Gold, Rubbish Artist, Ingrid Z, David C West, Good King Senseless Arse, Geraldine Ryan. Js & VJs: Be(e) Bop Not Lula, Snoozie Hexagon, Al's Explosive Roadshow, The Tidyman.
ALSO SATURDAY
Small World Winter Warmer 2009. The Old Counting House, Kirtling Street, Vauxhall. 12 hours of Small World Magic. 3 rooms - Small World, Breaks and Beats, Chillout, Garden and Fire Pit, Large indoor smoking area. Small World: Tarantrism - Manjinga 7 - Boheminauts - Chuckin. DJ's - Pony - Worlds Tallest DJ - Ruth Bloomers. Breaks and Beats. Line up to be confirmed. Cafes, Bars, BYO. Kids sleepover room. £10.
ALSO SATURDAY
Free punk/ska/dub night. 7pm-11pm. The Blagrave Arms. 35 Blagrave St Reading, RG1 1P. moral dilemma (london punks); dirty rotten scoundrels (skacore); six fish (ska/punk); just add monsters (thrash) + dj murda horse; dj dabadanplaying reggae, dub and dancehall. free entry all night. The pub is right opposite the train station, central Reading.
TUESDAY 24
DIY screen printing at NOID gallery. Learn how to do it from scratch. Great for beginners and creative people. Make all your christmas cards! Still got one place free. See http://noidgallery.net/print.html for more.
WEDNESDAY 25
NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use
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Peace Not War at Passing Clouds. 6pm-1am. 1 Richmond Rd, Hackney, E8 4AA. Discussions and friendliness from 6pm, Campaign for Real Democracy , "Money as Debt" presentation. Brandy hot chocolate, Mulled wine (and spiced alcohol-free punch). Delicious vegan food. Babar Luck, Corneilius, Little Sister Blue, Loudspeka, Liza Hayden & Niall Mcdevitt performing musical interpretations of poets such as Blake and Shakepeare. Free entry before 9.30pm - £2 after. All proceeds to Solar Aid.
THURSDAY 26
NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Steve Mallaghan. Site-specific mixed media works utilizing the NOID gallery space. Steve Mallaghan has been curating exhibitions for NOID gallery in 31 Commercial Road since June 2009. This is the first show of his own works in this space.

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Subject:
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Date:
25.11.2009 13:19
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Least I forget: you can find the HTML form of this listing on http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html, and as a pdf for printing on http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf. You may wish to bookmark those pages.

Well well well. All going well. Quite excited about Dec 4th in the Castle, and the Square up the Year show from Dec 10th. And about all the other good stuff going on:

THURSDAY 26

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Steve Mallaghan. Site-specific mixed media works utilizing the NOID gallery space. Steve Mallaghan has been curating exhibitions for NOID gallery in 31 Commercial Road since June 2009. This is the first show of his own works in this space.

ALSO THURSDAY

Andreas Schmidt: book launch. Pure Evil Gallery, 108 Leonard st, London EC2A 4RH. Photographs of The City. Documenting the seductive glamour of urban financial palaces showing the City of London at night.

ALSO THURSDAY

Magic Swirling Ships. w/ Brain Washington, The Blue Velvets, Squirrel Skin Slippers, The Tiny Gods. £5, 8pm-11pm. Jamboree, Cable Street Studios, 566 Cable Street, E1W 3HB, Limehouse.

FRIDAY 27

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Steve Mallaghan. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO FRIDAY

Spiritwo de Band. Hoxton Underbelly, 11 Hoxton Square, N1, London. Guestlist £5.

ALSO FRIDAY

Heather Cantrell, Study in Portaiture Act II - MOT gallery, 54 Regents Studios, 8 Andrews RD E8 4QN. Private view 6:30-9pm.

ALSO FRIDAY

Art saves lives Shuffle. Volupte Longue, 10pm, Norwich street, Chancery Lane. Live music by artists referred by Billy Braggs Jail Guitar Doors. Leon Walker, Johnny Neesom and Cosmo. £8, open til 330am.

ALSO FRIDAY

Nazneen Ayyub-Wood: Let Yourself Go. The Old Police station, 114 Amersham Vale, SE14 6LG. 6pm-11pm. Part of Dirty Cop Friday. Video Art Screening, Performance, live band Toy Toy, Exhibits and food. A site-specific space transformation that creates a 'theatre' for physical interaction. A wall is built across the space using black elastic to form a woven pattern that can support the weight of a body thrown against it. Unrestrained music. In a police gym from 1912. Curated by Jeremy James Wood.

ALSO FRIDAY

Late Night at Victoria and Albert Museum, South Kensington - Making a Scene: lesbian - gay - bi-trans- &queer night.

SATURDAY 28

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Steve Mallaghan. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO SATURDAY

William Blake Poetry Celebration. Tate Britain, Millbank. Arranged by Mikalef. In front of Blake's works. 1pm.

ALSO SATURDAY

Subterfuge. 8pm, Inn on the Green, 3-5 Thorpe Close W10 5XL. Luscious off kilter medleys from Perhaps Contraption, trashy punk gutter rock upstarts Anarchistwood and fervent yodelings and uncertain performance art from London's GG Allin - Handsum Pete. Plus a large influx of Dirty Honky the anti hero clown himself.

ALSO SATURDAY

Trash Time Gig and Party. Rose and Clown, 6pm - late. 8 Stroudley Walk, Bow, E3. Punk Bands - Jakal and Back Fanny, Spoken Word, Djs, film projection room, art exhibition, graffiti garden.

ALSO SATURDAY

Silver Rocket presents Scul Hazzards, Silent Front, The Sailplanes, Pump Shark. £5 / £4 / £3. Jamboree, Cable Street Studios, 566 Cable Street, E1W 3HB.

SUNDAY 29

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Steve Mallaghan. 31 Commercial Road.

TUESDAY 1

DIY screen printing at NOID gallery. Learn how to do it from scratch. Great for beginners and creative people. Least I forget, by time of publishing there are 2 places free. See http://noidgallery.net/print.html for more.

WEDNESDAY 2

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use

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THURSDAY 3

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Gudrun Sigidur Haraldsdottir. i:identify - an exploration of our various realities and beliefs contextualised in the form of linguistic constructions.

Part of First Thursdays.

FRIDAY 4

NOID presents: Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, The Readers, Spiritwo, Rude Mechanicals. Wicked line-up playing in our favourite pub The Castle opposite NOID gallery. Fund raising to cover costs of moving on for NOID gallery.

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Subject:
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From:
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Date:
02.12.2009 12:23
To:
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Quite a lot of news for NOID gallery, a bit too much to clutter this newsletter. There's the story of NOID getting nicked, the party coming up Friday, and the move to new premises. I put it all on http://noidgallery.net/news.html for you to read. Oh wow. Here's what else's going on.

And as usual, this listing in html is here: http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.html

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THURSDAY 3

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Gudrun Sigidur Haralsdottir. i:identify is a personal exploration of the reliability of our reality and belief in a photo-sculptural installation. Part of First Thursday.

ALSO THURSDAY

Free Organ Recital in the German Lutheran Church, Alie St, 1pm. A stone throw from NOID gallery. Amazing space and renovated organ.

ALSO THURSDAY

'Voyeur'. The Red Velvet Curtain Cult. Performance. 7pm-10pm. Whitechapel Art Gallery. Free. An evening of gazing, peeking and lurking with live art, installation, films, readings, audio and oddities inspired by the works and processes of Sophie Calle. Serenaded by 'Love Stop Repeat' & DJ Sy Hackney, compered by Brian Dawn Chalkley. Loads of artists.

ALSO THURSDAY

Free punk/ska/garage night. 8pm-11pm. The Blagrave Arms. 35 Blagrave St Reading, RG1 1P. The Shitty Limits (snotty loud, fast garage punk); the extinguishers (south coast dub punk trio); six fish (energetic ska punk); dirty skankin love hornets (soulful reggae/punk). the gig is free entry all night. the pub is right opposite the train station, central reading.

ALSO THURSDAY

The Proverbial Chorus (louder than words) interactive sound performance at Tate The Biscuit, Basement of Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London, EC1V 9LT. A show concerning phrases and proverbs curated by Infinity Bunce and Helen Edwards in conjunction with East End Arts Club.

ALSO THURSDAY

The Horn of Plenty. 6pm-9pm. Viktor Wynd Fine Art Inc, 11 Mare Street. The House of Fairy Tales presents a fundraising exhibition of objects and artworks by 69 international artists, designers and film-makers exploring folk tales, fables, myths and legends, beauties and beasts.

EVEN THURSDAY

Echoes. Photography exhibition, Gate House, Fort Amherst, Dock Road, Chatham, ME4 4UB. 6pm-9pm. Nikolas Chondros, Kamila Piech, Denisa Ratulea, Emanuela Tondina.

FRIDAY 4

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Gudrun Sigidur Haralsdottir. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO FRIDAY

NOID Fundraiser: Naughty Naughties! The Readers (10piece burlesque opera), Spiritwo (queercore), Lonesome Cowboys from Hell (psychocountry), Rude Mechanicals. Djs: Prima Volta, Bangerang. Venue is The Castle, 44 Commercial Road, just opposite the gallery. It's having a lovely secret upstairs bar and area just renovated. Doors at 8pm, gigs from 9pm, until at least 4am. Oh, you will be asked for ID, don't have one then it's a NOID night!

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ALSO FRIDAY

Stranger Than Paradise and Jamboree in Nacht Markt. A christmas market gypsy circus spectacle over 24 hours. Starts at 6pm. Cable Street Studios 566 Cable Street E1. A post Edwardian Christmas Market and The Pandemonium Circus. You won't sleep this night.

ALSO FRIDAY

Audio Intifada. Belgrade road birthday benefit for the International Solidarity Movement.7:30pm-6am. Belgrade Road Squatted Social Centre (Formerly known as 100 Flowers), 2a Belgrade Road, Stoke Newington. Place was squatted, evicted, re-squatted and so forth. Reason to celebrate, particularly after Rampart St. and Non-Commercial House were evicted. Live bands and DJs.

SATURDAY 5

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Gudrun Sigidur Haralsdottir. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO SATURDAY

Cable Street Studios Gipsy Circus Flea Market event continues – don't miss.

ALSO SATURDAY

Carter London: Hobby Life. Sarah Baker, Galen Riley, Covadonga Valdes. 6.30pm - 9.30pm. 29 Orsman Road, N1 5RA. In this age of specialization, of the freelancer, flexi-hours and self employment, no one wants to be thought of as an amateur and everyone wants to get paid. An amateur until very recently could be militantly proud, heroic even. A professional on the other hand takes the devil's shilling and is a whore. Exhibition.

ALSO SATURDAY

Savage Messiah 786 Launch / Film Night / We are bad xmas booze up. Office party style mayhem in London's best bookshop. 18:30 - 21:00, Housemans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road, N1 9DX.

ALSO SATURDAY

Cotall St eviction party. Fancy a squat party in a large council house due to be demolished? For the fearless, adventurous, conscious and not-just-yet-as-conscious. Attention: somebody tries to cancel this – guess it's too late...

ALSO SATURDAY

Behind Bars XVII - great underground queer party. 1 Queens Row, Camberwell, London SE17. £5.

SUNDAY 6

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Gudrun Sigidur Haralsdottir. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO SUNDAY

Christmas Event at Bethanl Green Working Men's Club. Pollard Row off Bethnal Green Road. Lots of stuff, art, karaoke, raffle, the lot.

ALSO SUNDAY

Yard Sale at The Others. 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington. Arts & crafts, event production gear, costumes, musical instruments, books, vynil & cds, hot food & drink, bar. From noon to midnight.

WEDNESDAY 9

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use

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ALSO WEDNESDAY

The Cakewalk Café. 7pm-1am. Passing Clouds, 1 Richmond Road. Vintage Jazz night, come in your best 1920s-30s threads and strut about to the good stuff. Live music from Harry's Tricks, Bubble Rag and the Wavytones, Smoky Taps, and hot food from the Treehouse Cafe. Those who dress in 20s/30s attire pay £3.50, for everyone else it's £5.

THURSDAY 10

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, Square Up The Year: Gallery artists present works in the format 15cm x 15cm. This is our last show in these premises in this year (if not at all) and reason to celebrate a wicked season.

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Date:
09.12.2009 18:45
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Come celebrate 23 successful exhibitions in 31 Commercial Road this year with us! A total of over 56 of the finest artists of the NOID network in 15x15 cm.

Oh and so many thanks for all the fabulous performers on the party last week, it was sooo good! Check out http://noidgallery.net/event.html for credits.

THURSDAY 10

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, private view: Square Up The Year. All works on 15cm x 15cm by gallery artists.

Artists include:

Alexandra Valy / Andy Perrin / Anthony Priddle / Bonvin - Eden / Chris Burrell / Collen Hoad / David Harker / David Jones / Dominique Cournault / Elaine Huston / Fozia Rizvi / Gary Kempston / Gavin Weston / Gemma Seedon / Gera Urkom / Geraldine Ryan / Geraldine Swayne / Graham Higgin / Gudrun Haraldsdottir / Gwen Bajon / Heather Niman / Henry MacKeith / Imogen Reid / James Self / Jan Maat / Jason Gibilaro / Jayne Taylor / Joe Dixon / John Breen / Jo Wonder / Juan Jose Bravo / Kai-Oi Jay Yung / Karen Eliot / Martin Lau / Melanie Forster / Michael Bucknell / Nita Karia / Pauline Hall / Paul Sibberberg / Perrine Lettstein / ReAssemble / Reinhard Schleining / Richard Niman / Steve Mallaghan / Steve Rushton / Tim Flitcroft / Ting-Ting Cheng / et al.

Also, the finalists of Frinton Press wrapping paper competition: CissyB & Patrick / Greg Terry / Jake Blanchard / James Daw / JuJu / Kayleigh Ann Witt / Klara Smith / Kristos Giourgas / Laura Callaghan / Louise Lockhart / Melissa Castrillon / Owen Gildersleeve / Partly Civil / Rosa Doyle / Sophia Augusta Plats / Thereza Rowe / Will Sandy / et al.

FRIDAY 11

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Square Up The Year. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO FRIDAY

Let Yourself Go. 6pm-11pm. The Old Police Station, 114 Amersham Vale. Nazneen Ayyub-Wood. SE14 6LG. Closing event. Let Yourself Go is a site-specific space transformation that creates a 'theatre' for physical interaction. A wall is built across the space using black elastic to form a woven pattern that can support the weight of a body thrown against it. The pattern of the wall is accentuated by theatrical lighting that projects shadows of the web across the space. The environment is completed by a DJ'ed program of unrestrained music. The audience is invited to interact with the wall by letting their body fall into it, by climbing through it and by becoming progressively less restrained in their motions, using the music and environment to choreograph their own physical theatre.

SATURDAY 12

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Square Up The Year. 31 Commercial Road.

ALSO SATURDAY

The Others Xmas Party, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke Newington: featuring Trip the Light Fantastic Toe. From 8.00 pm. £5 if you come wearing swimming or shower cap, £6 without. First 50 people will receive a free Others Goodie Bag!!!! Rich artistic banquet, free cakes, and goodbye rituals and send offs for Hopscotch's Patron: Massimo Rubino, lots of shower and swimming cap dancing; zeigenessichertanzperformancekunst: improvisation, rough-cuts, short pieces: a hochpotchcollection of games, dance, theatre, live art, videos. Elayce Ismail & Marie Texier presenting La Valse, Dan Watson presenting Semi Detached, Bradley Smith & Marie Texier presenting Petit Lapin, Turkish delight presenting F to F Drag act, HitchhikeDance Collective presenting Gertrudis, The Golden Bakery cakes sponsored by Hopscotch's Patron: Massimo Rubino, Massimo Rubino's leaving ritual, a zig-zag shower/swimming cap party.

SUNDAY 13

NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Square Up The Year. 31 Commercial Road.

WEDNESDAY 16

NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use

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THURSDAY 17

NO:ID Gallery: 6pm-9pm, Square Up The Year: Exhibition continues.

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Key words: djingle djingle and mince pie... Wishing you all the best over the holidays and after... A little story instead of the listing.
THURSDAY 24
Remember S. Anta Claus: S. Anta was a man who commited the sin of giving people presents who were not worthy of them since their hearts were cold and they would not return any, ever, to nobody. For this sin, he was punished by the Gods to continue his folly into all eternity, wearing a silly red costume and an ever-longer growing beard.
A couple of thousand years passed, until he found a way out of his condemnation. He started giving gifts to the most innocent, little children. From this, the habit of giving at Christmas arose. Now it is Claus who sell gifts in shops, so outsourcing the fate of giving without return to his customers. He is now a rich man based somewhere in an off-shore tax haven.
We wish all of you who still believe in giving without return that one day, you may, just like S. Anta, be rewarded for your follies.
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Tick tack, or djingle djingle? Christmas climate is cold this year. If you're not in Copenhagen trying to heat it up, get cosy at home – or at one of these wonderful events:
THURSDAY 17
NO:ID Gallery: 1pm-6pm, private view: Square Up The Year. Gallery artists include: Alexandra Valy / Andy Perrin / Anthony Priddle / Bonvin - Eden / Chris Burrell / Collen Hoad / David Harker / David Jones / Dominique Cournault / Elaine Huston / Fozia Rizvi / Gary Kempston / Gavin Weston / Gemma Seedon / Gera Urkom / Geraldine Ryan / Geraldine Swayne / Graham Higgin / Gudrun Haraldsdottir / Gwen Bajon / Heather Niman / Henry MacKeith / Imogen Reid / Jackson D. Fergueson / James Self / Jan Maat / Jason Gibilaro / Jayne Taylor / Joe Dixon / John Breen / Jo Wonder / Juan Jose Bravo / Kai-Oi Jay Yung / Karen Eliot / Martin Lau / Melanie Foster / Michael Bucknell / Nita Karia / Pauline Hall / Paul Sibberberg / Perrine Lettstein / ReAssemble / Reinhard Schleining / Richard Niman / Steve Mallaghan / Steve Rushton / Tim Flitcroft / Ting-Ting Cheng / et al.
ALSO THURSDAY
Christmas art celebration, 1-7 PM, Sartorial Art Gallery, 26 Argyle Square WC1. Urban art show with audience participation plus free christmas pudding and custard.
ALSO THURSDAY
CCVII with Nought + Picture Pretty + The Racists + Lasers from Atlantis. £3, 8pm-11pm. Jamboree, 566 Cable Street E1W 3HB.
ALSO THURSDAY
Living Structures: Biosphere, AREA10 Project Space Peckham, 7pm, £4/£3. Cutting-edge performance collective promises to be a challenging and involving piece of theatre. The audience will follow the characters through a mystical northern forest and will be able to wander amidst the trees encountering all manner of sights until they themselves eventually become part of the natural habitat. Eagle Wharf, Peckham Hill Street, SE15 5JT

FRIDAY 18
NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Square Up The Year. 31 Commercial Road.
ALSO FRIDAY
Club Integral, 8pm at The Whitechapel Gallery. 80-82 Whitechapel High Street, London, E1 7QXT. £5 before 9PM/£7 after. Lotus Pedals life, The Nobodies, Mayming, Boycott Coca-Cola Experience, DJ Christ Cornetto, with esoteric projections from Jaime Rory Lucy of Rucksack Cinema.
ALSO FRIDAY
Ghost. Curated by Sarah Sparks. A night of artist films, performances and moving image interventions to celebrate the darkest days of the season and to welcome in the ghosts that inhabit them. With moving image installations around the foyer and belfry and a screening of artist films on a movie-sized screen in the nave. Plus, as a finale a screening of Mario Bava's 1963 classic, 'I tre volti della paura: La goccia d'acqua’. With (in no particular order): Glenn Church, JoWonder, Geraldine Swayne, Daisy Delaney, Sinead Wheeler, Magnus Irving, Sarah Doyle, Tessa Garland, Lisa Fielding Smith, Gail Burton, Rebecca Feiner, Sam Treadaway, Katja Tukiainen, Sarah Breen Lovett, Calum F Kerr, Anne Charlotte Morgenstein, Andrew Graves-Johnston, Mason Stone, Richard Mansfield, Fernando Cestari, Mikey Georgeson, Reverend Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly, Geoff and the Daughters of Moroni, Miyuki Kasahara, Jo David, Julian Wakeling, Derek Jordan, and David Buckley on the ORGAN. Including: No John Doe's in St. John. Listen to the sound of dead John’s recorded in the Church. St John on Bethnal Green, 200 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9PA, 6-10pm. Short films, installations and performances. Just by Bethnal Green tube station.
ALSO FRIDAY
The Incredible Itchy Nipplez International DJs are back playing at the Christmas rave-up at the Old Police Station, 114 Amersham Vale, London, SE14 6LG.
ALSO FRIDAY
Peruvian orphanage fundraiser: Tom Convey + Lostdog, Stash + Fatkat + DJs, £7, Jamboree, 566 Cable Street E1W 3HB.
ALSO FRIDAY
RAW beats international. Radio Revolucion, Gravy Train, Jallykeba Susso (Kora!), Breaks & Dub session. 7:30-5am. 2a Belgrade road, N16 8DJ. Benefit for the Brufut Education Project in the Gambia at our favourite squatted social centre in Dalston, 100 Flowers. With live music, mcs, djs, discussions, info-tables, movies and food. £5/3.
SATURDAY 19
NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Square Up The Year. 31 Commercial Road.
ALSO SATURDAY
Cabaret Melancolique, amazing jamboree bag of surreal artists performances - musical and visual and inexplicable. 7pm-10pm, Dalston, St Marks Church Hall, St Marks Rise. Melancholic but not always - £5 - first come first spat upon- highly recommended and great use of ones time and energy- bring your own vicar.
ALSO SATURDAY
Last chance to see 'Both Ends Burning' at WW Gallery, newly commissioned works by Natasha Bailey, Zena Bielewicz, Evy Jokhova, Jarik Jongman, Cheryl Lane, Lucy May, Eleanor Moulsdale, Sardine & Tobleroni, Holly Slingsby, Boa Swindler & Chiara Williams. 12-6PM. 30 Queensdown Road
. Show closes on Sunday. London E5 8NN.
ALSO SATURDAY
Like Ska? Go here: Musical Fever – Owen Gray, Goldmaster Allstars, and more. 8pm – late, The Others, Top floor, 6 and 8 Manor Road, N16 5SA. Owen Gray – original jamaican foundation artist from 1959 will be singing live, backed by one of the UK’s TOP ska/reaggae bands – Goldmaster Allstars – as well as the hits, he’ll be singing more of the connoisseur rocksteady selections [sir collins etc.] that have been causing a real buzz in recent years. Sir Tropical Downbeat aka Lionel Young - authentic sixties/seventies sound man with a deeply individual and one-away selection.
SUNDAY 20
NO:ID Gallery: 1-6pm: Exhibition: Square Up The Year. 31 Commercial Road. Last chance to see the show. The gallery is going into hibernation for an uncertain period of time. We will be back. So this is the day to say thank you.
ALSO SUNDAY
The cum cum yum yum show, dressed by prangsta. A travellers cabaret night! Sit back and enjoy a lot of performances. £4, 8pm, Jamboree, 566 Cable Street E1W 3HB.
MONDAY 21
Red sky at night, with Sky murphy and Band. Americana / bluegrass. Free, 8pm, Jamboree, 566 Cable Street E1W 3HB.
Tuesday 22

Beatmilk - a Christmas Rendezvous with Kite Season + Malcolm Kaksois
+ Pepe Belmonte + Frank Doody. Mulled wine and mince pies. Donation entry. Last night this year at Jamboree, 566 Cable Street E1W 3HB.
WEDNESDAY 23
NO:ID Newsletter goes out. If you've got something to suggest for publication, please use
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THURSDAY 24
NOID: The Gallery is closed and wishes everyone a merry Christmas.

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Date:
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Happy new year people. We are entering a new decade and one key issue will remain the identity question. As before, we strongly believe this is something the individual should be free to create. This is the core of why we promote the arts.

The long winter break has given us time to re-adjust our policies for both the newsletter, and the gallery.

The mailout which has started three years ago as a list informing you about events of NO:ID gallery has quickly evolved and expanded into an e-listing promoting underground events of visual and performance art, live music, theatre, films, and talks. So far so good.

In the future, we will have three sections on each mailout. The first features just call-outs for submissions and co-operations. The second, and that is new, will be reviews of events. And the third will still be listings.

For all three, we work with you. There is a neat form sheet on the noidgallery.net that you can use. Or, if you have something more personal to say, you may just hit the reply button: yes, we read it all, and reply to most.

Now the gallery space. Please raise your hands in applause for Steve Mallaghan who has been curating the first six months a show a week. Thanks also to all the amazing artists who are with us. The last year was a great success, if not to say a breakthrough.

In the future, we will still be curating in the old location, but also in other locations that appear adequate. Rather than thinking from a space to be filled, we will focus on our core gallery artists and new partners, setting up high quality exhibitions with all the preparation and promotion involved.

Further, we are happy to announce that we will have a group show in Hamburg.

Please understand that NO:ID gallery is a network, and you are a part of it. Send us all your ideas, plans, events, reviews, comments; the closer we cooperate, the further we will go.

CALLS FOR ART LOVERS

If you are interested in any of the following, please hit reply button and put the REF XXX in the subject line.

Total Transparency. If you feel inspired by this title, it's going to be the theme of another NO:ID group show we will set up mid 2010, and we are seeking to tour it abroad, where talks with Hamburg are most advanced at present. So if you are an artist you may submit us ideas or get in touch if you wish to be part of that – and if you are a gallery, a sponsor, or in any other way interested to cooperate, please do so as well. Ref TOT

Genocide Exhibition: Visual Theatreâ from Cracow, Poland are organising an exhibition in June of a Cracovian artist whose works deal with a common awareness of genocide and crimes against humanity. The exhibition will be held in Bonn, London, Lviv, Cracow and Warsaw in 2010. We are particularly seeking individuals interested in the London side of things: hosts, sponsors, interns, press. Please get in touch. Ref GEN

Store Manager: Investor is looking for dedicated person to start a new career as art cafe manager (Stoke Newington). For more information, send CV, Ref MAN

Fundraising: Nothing is as much needed as a good fundraiser, we all know that. If you are a person with dedication for detail AND interested in art (yes we believe that is possible) and not scared by form sheets, please get in touch; for UK projects and EU projects. Ref FUN

Exhibition Manager: independent artist run space in East London is seeking person with taste and dedication to manage shows. Commision based, pray art work does get sold. Good reputation, established network, nice on-line presence and pretty space awaiting you. Interns for your support. Ref CUR

Photographer: yes the one taking pictures of art, rather than as art (don't mind if you do though). Ref PHO

LISTING

19th - 24th January, 10am - 7pm daily: Memories, Dreams, Reflections. 54 The Gallery, Shepherds Market W1Y7HP. First solo exhibition by London based artist, Alice Boyle, with over 30 new collage works. Her practice involves creating pieces, which she believes have disturbing undertones, while encompassing a beautiful and honest nature within them.

22. January, from 8pm: Crucial Music Club, The Haverstock Arms, 154 Haverstock Hill NW3 2AY, featuring Jay Brown 8:00, Proper Strangers 8:30, Mrs Salmon, 9:00 2000 Fast Women, 9:30 Anarchistwood. Free!

Friday, 29 January, Renaissance Masqued Ball, by The V&A and The Last Tuesday Society. 6:30 - 9:30. Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road. Drawing on the masked tradition of the Commedia del’arte. Something else.

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It's been a while and why? The earth keeps rotating with or without ID, i'd say...
EDITORIAL
NO:ID gallery is in transition, from a venue to project oriented work. This is partly because there's nobody who wishes to take on the venue side of things. - But projects go along, hell yeah! We've got two amazing shows in international cooperation – with Hamburg, the place to be. Find out more on the page (that had a rebuilt).
Galleries are in a crisis now, as the fine art market is limping behind the housing market at about 12 months. So buy art cheaply now, prices will start going up in about three years again. But be selective, opt for artists who you think will be sincere about their art all the way through the depression. Find some on our site.
But as for venues and music, how pleased are we to see that many of the projects we've been lucky to support are leaping forward! Yes, the entertainment sector usually thrives in a crisis, but – to be successful, one has to be good. Particularly Dalston seems to be doing it – The Others, Passing Clouds, Bardens Budoir, Cafe Oto. The Moustache Bar.
A whole new section on the website, is consecrated to the amazing musicians we work with. The Rude Mechanicals, Spiritwo, the Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, all ready with new recordings and tours... I guess a NO:ID festival should be on the project list – any ideas?
NO:ID e-listing has been radio silent, one of the reasons is my hardware being fried by a power failure. That also implies a lot of emails got lost – please don't be shy try again!!
Oh, and, dear reader, please go to noidgallery.net and proceed to the contact page. There is a donation button. To be frank, I don't see myself able to continue with these mailouts without your donations – please come forward. I know this listing has helped many of you to get as established as you are now. Onwards and upwards we go. Yieha!
CALLS FOR ART LOVERS
If you are interested in any of the following, please hit reply button and put the referece in the subject line.
Square up the Decade. This show is based on the group show we had in Commercial road end last year, and will take place at Druckdealer in Hamburg Karolinenviertel from June 25th 2010. Since we have more wall space there than we had here, it is open to submissions: the only condition is that your work must be square. Deadline for submissions, a photo included, is May 25th midday sharp. Ref SQU.
Total Transparency. Gaengeviertel Hamburg is committed, pray the project will still be there in autumn. We can have as much wall space as we want really, about five galleries in the centre of town. The call is out in Hamburg now so it will be a cooperation with local artists – including the idea to tour the show on this island as well. Please submit your ideas, Ref TOT. Find more information on noidgallery.net.
Sculpture and Photography. We had many replies to the photography callout, hence the idea to give you the chance to show your skills in this exhibition. We are calling for sculptors and photographers to team up. The show will get scheduled as soon as we have at least half a dozen participants. Ref SCU.
LISTING
20 February 2010, London: 10pm. Small World Winter Warmer II. Small World Solar Stage and Festival, Party. 133 Rye Lane. Brothers Bab (8 Piece Festival Skank), Coda Luna (Nu-Gypsy/Swing), Chukin (Full Power Party Ska). DJs, everything you can wish for a party.
20 February 2010, London, 2-6 PM: Viewing with the artist: Iceland, b Jason Gibilaro. Subway Gallery, Kiosk 1. Subway Edgware Rd/Harrow Rd, London W21DX.
20 February 2010 Nottingham:, Artur Zmijewski Them / Endless Supply #10. Launch of Trade Gallery in Nottingham. 6pm-8pm. 1 Thoresby Street. Solo exhibition by Polish artist Artur Zmijewski, featuring his film 'Them' 2007, as shown at Documenta 12. An Endless Supply is a monthly magazine published by Robin Kirkham and Harry Blackett. Nottingham, NG1 1AJ.
20 February 2010, Berlin: Calum F. Kerr: Guess the Artist, The Center for Endless Progress, Berthelsdorfer Str. 10, Neukölln, 12043 Berlin, Germany, 6pm. Visitors will have a sticker placed on their back with the name of a 'famous' artist. Calum will then give them visual clues as to which artist they have become using his fractured art historical knowledge. Visitors will only have two guesses. http://www.endlessprogress.org
23 February 2010, London, at 19:00. Punk Rocks. Performance by Anke Landeau. PUNK, 14. Soho Street, Soho.
24 February 2010, London, Anarchistwood at the Gaff... Concert. 7pm. The Gaff, 382 Holloway Road, N76PN.
25 February 2010, London: 6.30 - 8.30. Stripped Away, Privea View. Tintype, 242 Cambridge Heath Road, E2. Small population â massive art scene: contemporary art in Iceland is direct and distinctive. STRIPPED AWAY presents the work of Icelandic artists Birgir Snaern Birgisson, Helgi Hjaltalae­n Eyjolfsson and Helgi Thorgils Fridjaensson. The first show to be presented by T I N T Y P E formerly W A L L .
26 February 2010, Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play the Royal College of Art. check lonesomecowboysfromhell.com for more.
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Hi all, less about me more about you this time. You're all great, particularly those who have donated. - and you still can...
http://noidgallery.net/donate.html
NEWS AND PROJECTS
Commercial Road continues. Really nice, we have found the new Steve in Johnny. (The nice Johnny.) Watch this space for more or submit your ideas using http://noidgallery.net/
The rampART project has occupied a new building and is now based at 29 Three Colts Lane, Bethnal Green, E2. No events planned until the building got sorted so come down and help out. Open meeting every Monday at 7pm. Anyone with expertise in plumbing and roofing especially welcome.
Total Transparency. Open for submissions, it's going to be big, and happen what-ever – in Gaengeviertel, that amazing huge art squat project in Hamburg. Those who have already contacted us, please do so again as computer has eaten some data. http://noidgallery.net/tot.html
Earthcircuit, an art convoi from here to Japan aimed at understanding the changing landscapes and cultures. First exhibition: 26th March 2010. More info: http://www.earthcircuit.org/
195 Mare Street, Hackney, E8 3QE: The back bit of the building contains an amazing stage so call out to artists to come and use the space. Regular events include: bike kitchen (tuesdays 2-8pm), gardening (saturdays 1pm), and general meeting cum bike fix Tuesday from 2pm to 8pm. boardsofhackney@safe-mail.net.
LISTING
REGULAR:
Life Drawing Classes, Mondays @ The Others, 8pm til 10.30pm, £10. The friendly and informal class consists of 2 sessions, each week is themed, from 30 second poses to 1 hour. Students are given the freedom to pursue their own style and approach. Tuition is available from Adrian Williams BA(Hons). Full Bar as well as hot and cold drinks available though out the session and during the break. info@theothers.uk.com
LISTING:
Wed 24 Feb
Anarchistwood at the Gaff... Concert. 7pm. The Gaff, 382 Holloway Road, N76PN.
6.30 - 8.30. Stripped Away, Privea View. Tintype, 242 Cambridge Heath Road, E2. Small population â massive art scene: contemporary art in Iceland is direct and distinctive. STRIPPED AWAY presents the work of Icelandic artists Birgir Snaern Birgisson, Helgi Hjaltalae­n Eyjolfsson and Helgi Thorgils Fridjaensson. The first show to be presented by T I N T Y P E formerly W A L L .
Thursday 25th Feb
African Rootmaster at Cargo, Rivington St, EC2A 3AY: 21st century UK Afro sounds with The Worm, Nhasitafara, AJ Holmes and the Hackney Empire, KMT, free before 8pm, £5 before 9, £8 after, live bands 9-12.
'Print Now'. 18:30-20:30: Private View. Bearspace, 152 Deptford High Street, London. Free. Gallery open: Wed-sat, 12.30-5.00 pm. Over 100 works by emerging artists based on the concept of print as a medium and a repetitive process. Curators including Julia Alvarez, Kay Saatchi, Pryle Behrman, and Mike Sims.
26th Febfrom 6pm: No Borders / Calais Migrant Solidarity Benefit. Food / Film / Info; 8pm - 2am: Music performers: Captain of the Rant (A'capella / Punk / Lyrical), 52 Commercial Road (experimental / post-rock), Rabies Babies (punk / rock / thrash), Jakal (punk / reggae / ska), Deferred Sucess (acoustic / folk / punk).
Friday 26th Feb
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play the Royal College of Art. check lonesomecowboysfromhell.com for more. Kensington Gore, SW7
Giles Bidder & Torn Out (punk, I guess) 7.30pm: Benefit gig for Rafal Gorski. Freedom Bookshop, Angel Alley - 84b Whitechapel High Street - London E1 7QX. Raising funds to help cure Rafaĺ'ś cancer.
Sat 27 Feb
Have a pint with me in the Castle on Commercial Road from 6pm, it is my birthday – dirty heaven!
Artevict 2010, 7-11pm, Lift 'n' Hoist, 1 Queen's Row, SE17. A squatting community and an evening of Live Art exhibition. Fabiola Paz, Rachel Parry, Kimbal Bumstead, Benjamin Sebastian, Nat Gillespie, Lorrain Smith et al.
Wormfood presents: The Correspondents (swing hop), Soul Jazz Soundsystem (soul, jazz, reggae, dubstep), The Mandibles (psychedelic gypsy jive), Sean Taylor (blues). Hootananny Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, London SW2 1DF, 9pm-3am, free!
Sun 28th Feb
She'koyokh, London's award-winning Klezmer band. Hootananny Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, London SW2 1DF, 7-12, free.
MARCH:
27. March 2010, 19:00 - 23:30: Hand Baked Arcade Showcase. Pure Groove. 6-7 West Smithfields, EC1A 9JX. A retro gaming heaven. Large range of retro games consoles with an even bigger range of games, small personal monitors & large projected screens, with the 12v arcade outside for the smokers! www.handbakedarcade.co.uk.

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noid_81.ezm
Subject:
this sunday!
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
05.03.2010 10:44
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First things first:
Please come this Sunday to 31 Commercial Road for
a “RAPRID POP UP” show. Bring art work and
hang it up for the day – the walls are yours
(as long as you don't paint on them!). This is
meant as long-needed gathering for all gallery
artists to discuss the future of the space, and a
spring celebration. It happily coincides with a
TV team from NHK world showing up at about 3pm so
we'll get global coverage. Alas, it's going to be
nice day with sunshine on Commercial Road beach
with coffee. Afterwards – there's still a b'day
to celebrate – take the Elevator Bus together
(see listing) :))
http://noidgallery.net/pop.html
NEWS AND PROJECTS
Commercial Road continues. Yes but still looking
for curators. Please re-submit your interest
(MARIA!). The door will get repaired, and the
interest seems huge. Discuss Sunday.
NOID minifestival, April 16+17th at The Others,
Stoke Newington. We'll have the space for two
days and are proud to present some of the coolest
bands that know us. Plus, we'll have all sorts of
stuff that questions identity. Got a supplier for
cheap balaclavas. People, prepare your most
ID-defying art works or performances and please
take part. What we've got so far is on the
website.
http://noidgallery.net/tot.html
Luxury Goods London: this amazing festival of
fine art and performance brought to you by
Michael & Annouchka has moved from the Foundry
(alas! Poor foundry! I know him well!) to The
Courtyard Theatre (yes indeed). Date at the
Courtyard is March 3 so get prepared. More soon.
More projects: http://noidgallery.net/
LISTING
REGULAR:
Life Drawing Classes, Mondays @ The Others, 8pm
til 10.30pm, £10. info@theothers.uk.com
Sat 6 March
8pm onwards: Gipsy Hotel. Bourbon-soaked
snake-charmin rock'n'roll cabaret. Lots more
bands and surely fun. Bardens Boudoir, 36 Stoke
Newington Road.
Sun 7 March
31 Commercial Road: Rapid Pop Up show. 2pm-6pm.
Come and defy ID and all the challenges to that
nifty little project. Hanging from 11am. TV team
at 3:30 pm.
Walk to Fieldgate Street (3 mins), take bus 205
from Stop E towards Bow Bus Garage (10 mins),
walk to Bow Church Station (5 mins), take Bus 276
from Stop J towards Stoke Newington Common (8
mins), arrive at Hackney Wick Station. Note: Mile
End Underground Station will be closed this
weekend so take the bus!
Elevator Gallery, Queens Yard, White Post Lane,
Hackney Wick: Swap Shop. Bring a bag of trash and
swap it for somebody else's. Afterwards RSVP
music until 9pm.
Tue 9 March
6.30 TO 8.30 PV at Poussin Gallery, Block K 13
Bell Yard Mews, 175 Bermondsey St SE1 3UW. Mayor
show of abstract art. Derek Stockley - John
Hoyland- Gary Wragg- Frank Bowling. This one
should be seriously intereresting.
www.poussin-gallery.com.
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noid_82.ezm
Subject:
dates for your diary
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
13.03.2010 11:47
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First things first:
Last Sunday was a great day, and there is a photo
gallery showing the works:
http://noidgallery.net/pop.html
Thanks to all the participants, and particularly
Celi Mula for the hair cut performance.
More info on NOID projects on our website.
I had a dream: I was in a huge crowd, we were
screaming unisono at some fascists; then, two
fascist kids, aged about 14 and dressed in white
judo garments, came and beat ALL of us up, those
who didn't run fast enough. I lost all my front
teeth. Then I woke up.
So as we are in a big crowd, do we not have to
ask ourselves, are we flock or are we pack?
NEWS AND PROJECTS
Donations. Yes you can. Link on the bottom of the
page.
Foundry Equinox 2010 . From 16th to 21st March,
downstairs in the Foundry. Alongside still image
displays and invocation of St Agnes Well, expect
film, poetry, music and performance. Spring
Equinox is the space within the spiral through
which the momentary Appearance of Balance between
sunlight and darkness gives way once more to the
Overt Wildness of growth and renewal. It is a
time to be conscious that what's past is
prologue, that the seasons are as transient as
ourselves, and that the best - if we prove up to
it - is yet to come. Anticipate the unexpected to
arise from...The Equinox Plot. Participating
Artists so far: David Binns, Michael Bucknell,
Jack Catling, Cos Chapman, Oliver Dungey,
Elizabet Ecojak, Helen Elwes, Jason Gibilaro,
Chris Gough, Justin Hedley, Jolanta Jagiello,
Joan Jago, Peter Jones, Peter Kalkhof, Calum F.
Kerr, David LeFleming, Jan Maat, Noel Machen,
Cristina Marignoli, Mali, Richard Martin,
David Medalla, Steve Micalef, Richard Niman, Roy
Osbourne, Heather Peri, Brendan Quick, Jude
Rawlens, Joanne Roberts, Robert Robertson, Jill
Rock, Marko Stepanov, Reuben Sutherland, Jaime
Valtierra.
ALivism. March 17th. Brilliant modern Jazz night
in the intimate and tidy atmosphere of The
Others, 6-8 Manor Road, N16 5SA Stoke Newington,
every Wednesday for only £5. Seriously
recommendable. This Wednesday: Alexander Hawkins
4tet: Alexander Hawkins (piano), Shabaka
Hutchings (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet),
Dominic Lash (bass), Mark Sanders (drums).
Askew in The Garden of Desire. Thursday, 25 March
2010, 18:30 - 23:00, The Castle, 44 Commercial
Road, E1 1LN. An evening of painting,
performance, film, sculpture and entertainment.
ASKEW are: Lisa Brown, Jenny Gordon, Siân
Hislop, Fiona Whitty, David A. Smith. Including
work by: O. B. De Alessi, Dan Austin, Joshua Y
Barbo, Laura Ximena Carlé, Brian Dawn Chalkley,
Haeree Haley Cho, Colin Clark, Jackie Clark,
David Cochrane, Kimathi Donkor, Luke Drozd, Ralph
Dunn and Toni Batey, Kris Emmerson, Rita Evans,
Corinne Felgate, Amanda Francis, Daniele
Geminiani, Alex Glen, Repent Harlequin, Mair
Hughes, Maria Alejandra Huicho, Gemini Kim,
Michael Lawton, Samuel Levack and Jennifer
Lewandowski, Lindsey Mapes, Paul McCann, Séamus
McCormack, Sophie McDonald, Mark McGowan, Vanessa
Mitter, Morgan De Morgan, Ethan Nechin, Colm O'
Reilly, Nicki Rolls, Hyemin Park, Andrew Salgado,
Gabriel Bisset-Smith, Chen Tianzhuo, Adam Tudor,
Bea Turner, Graham Turner, Fraser Watson, John
Wild, Jeremy Willett.
NOID Festival, April 16+17th at The Others, Stoke
Newington. There is the opportunity to present
art related to NO:ID, the right to be without
registration.
http://noidgallery.net/tot.html
There is a cool line up of bands, one evening
acoustic / alt-country / avantgarde, one evening
electric / punk / rock. There is wall space to
show your art works and time for performance and
information, please take part. Confirmed acts so
far: 16th April: Rude Mechanicals, Country Dirt,
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, Mescaline for
Methodists, plus DJs The Incredibly Itchy Nipplz
& co. 8 till midnight; 17th April: Hungry and
the Hunted, Anarchistwood, The Conncectors,
Saddam and the Lookalikes, Le Donne, and more;
lots of DJ's till late.
There will be space to present your fine art as
well; doing this or some serious performance is
the only way to blag the door..!
Luxury Goods London: what is the Role of Art?
Submit 50 words and show a piece of art in The
Courtyard Theatre (yes indeed). Date at the
Courtyard is April 27th to May 2rd, so get
prepared. Lonesome Cowboys from Hell will play on
Friday 30st. More soon.
REGULAR:
Life Drawing Classes, Mondays @ The Others, 8pm
til 10.30pm, £10. info@theothers.uk.com

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noid_83.ezm
Subject:
dates for your diary
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
18.03.2010 19:02
To:
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Dates for your Diary
Rhythms of Resistance 10th B'day Part. 20th March
8pm-2am, 195 Mare St. E8, LaXuLa, RoR, Inner
Terrestrials, Louise+1 on decks.
Are Those My Hard-Boiled Eggs. 24th March 7-1am.
Art cabaret, inspired by the dark and glorious
Marx Brothers. A host of wonderful, eccentric and
electrifying performers. Hosted by The Readers
who will be performing their musical blend of
transcendental post-avant-punk and classicadelica.
Also featuring The Wormwoman, Mr Solo, Less. and
more. At Carnivale, 2 White Church Lane,
Whitechapel E1 7QR.
ALivism. Jazz night in the intimate atmosphere
of The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, N16 5SA Stoke
Newington, every Wednesday, £5.
Askew in The Garden of Desire. Thursday, 25 March
2010, 18:30 - 23:00, The Castle, 44 Commercial
Road, E1 1LN. An evening of painting,
performance, film, sculpture and entertainment.
ASKEW are: Lisa Brown, Jenny Gordon, Siân
Hislop, Fiona Whitty, David A. Smith. Including
work by over 44 artists.
Friday 26th March: WORMFOOD, Passing Clouds,
Richmond Rd, Dalston, with Alejandro and the
Magic Tombolinos, Gagadilo (France), Couscous
(Souk Sound), Matt Harvey, 9-late, £6 b411, £8
after, email flex@wormfood.co.uk for concessions
.

Saturday March 27: Tofu Love Frogs (on around
12.30am), Victor Menace!!! & Cut-A-Shine. Stuff
from the folk-punk corner, these bands are the
best and don't really need to say much more. 89
Shacklewell Lane, E8.
Sunday 28th March: Rootmaster: Musa Mboob -
Gambian master percussionist with band XamXam
present songs from their new album. Hootananny
Brixton, 95 Effra Rd, London SW2 1DF, 7-12, live
show 8pm, FREE

NOID Festival, April 16+17th at The Others, Stoke
Newington. Flyers are out and more info is here:
http://noidgallery.net/tot.html
Luxury Goods London: what is the Role of Art?
Submit 50 words and show a piece of art in The
Courtyard Theatre (yes indeed). Date at the
Courtyard is April 27th to May 2rd, so get
prepared. Lonesome Cowboys from Hell will play on
Friday 30st. More soon.
Http://luxurygoodslondon.com/
Saludos Amigos 2010. Thursday June 3rd, 5 - 10pm:
Hanbury Hall, Hanbury street, E1 6QR . A one
night guerilla show. Latin American Artists in
London. In the 1940s Walt Disney travelled to Rio
to make Saludos Amigos, a pop portrait of Latin
America. Now Brazilian artist Robson Cezar is
gathering together South American artists here in
London to create a new Saludos Amigos as a
contemporary representation of the heterogeneous
cultures that comprise the continent today.
Contact: saludosamigos2010@gmail.com
REGULAR:
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til 10.30pm, £10. info@theothers.uk.com

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noid_84.ezm
Subject:
news + olds
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
31.03.2010 14:52
To:
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First things first:
- for viewing as HTML or PDF, go to
http://noidgallery.net/elisting.html
NEWS AND PROJECTS
NO:ID DIY screen printing class +
workshop is back. Every Tuesday,
7pm-10pm, at The Others, 6-8 Manor
Road, Stoke Newington. £75 for two
sessions, you walk out with your print
(t-shirt) and your screen. RSVP
required, jan@noidgallery.net. First
session is theory (you just come watch
and get explanation), second session is
hands-on (you manufacture your own
screen and prints). More here:
http://noidgallery.net/print-diy.html
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell play The
Easycome, tonight Wed 31st March, The
Old Nun Head, 15 Nunhead Green, SE15
3QQ, at about 10pm.
Thurday 1st April: Conduit Exhibition.
PV 6-9pm, Forman's Smokehouse Gallery,
Stour Rd Hackney Wick E3. 20 Artists
exhibiting.
Vulture Tick Animal Analogy PV
(screening event). Selected by Rut
Blees Luxemburg, Yinka Shonibare's
Space, Thursday 1 April, 2010. In
association with the exhibition "The
Skinned City". 6:30-8:30. Sunbury
House, 1 Andrews Road, London E8 4LQ.
Animals have figured in artists work
for centuries. This evenings screening
explores how contemporary video artists
are using the animal as allegory and
analogy. The screening features the
work of Karen Knorr, Michelle Naismith,
Hilary Koob-Sassen,Greta Alfaro and
Sharon Green amongst others.
Exhibition: Rut Blees Luxemburg,
Christian Hagemann, Steffi Klenz,
Wiebke Leister, Melissa Moore, David
Spero, Eva Stenram. Curated by Steffi
Klenz.

The Connectors support The Dogbones @
the Purple Turtle. Thursday, 01 April
2010 at 20:00, until midnight. The
Purple Turtle, 65 Crowndale Road NW1
1TN.
Distance and Sensibility. PV: Thursday
8 April. Work by Pavel Büchler, Ergin
Çavusoglu, Margarita Gluzberg, Marysia
Lewandowska and Lily Markiewicz,
curated by David Thorp. Frequently the
focus in the West is on the Asian or
African Diasporas but the largest
dispersion of peoples around the world
after the Chinese originates in Poland.
Distance and Sensibility will seek to
examine the sensibility that such
movement has engendered in the work of
these artists, whose roots lie in
Eastern Europe. Calvert 22, Calvert
Avenue, E27JP.
Its ALL about ME, in 2D. Friday, 09
April 2010, 18:00. Free, exhibition. 6
and 8 Manor Road London N16 5SA. An
illustration Exhibition, works by:
Mr.Aide, Enzo Apicella, Jason Atomic,
Lewis Campbell, Espira, Oliver Harud.
What influences have you had that make
up your style? 6 Artists will be
explaining
themselves….2-dimensionally, in the
famous, welcoming and cozy environment
that you all know about… The Others!
On the night will be live portraits by
performance artist Jason Atomic, live
painting action from Oliver Harud as
well as some of the best contemporay
illustrations under one roof, providing
the sounds will be Partners in Crime
and MS joe.
NOID Festival, April 16+17th at The
Others, Stoke Newington. An amazing
line-up, where the Friday night will be
leaning towards acoustic / maveric /
country (with a special guest playing
bouncy world fusion), while the
Saturday will be packed with fine rock
and famous punk.
There is the opportunity to present art
as we have quite a lot of wall space
– if you wish to participate this way
(and that's a good way to get in for
free I guess), please let us know in
advance.
16th April: Rude Mechanicals, Country
Dirt, Lonesome Cowboys from Hell,
Mescaline for Methodists, plus DJs The
Incredibel Itchy Nipplz & co. 8 till
midnight; 17th April: Hungry and the
Hunted, Anarchistwood, The Conncectors,
Saddam and the Lookalikes, Le Donne,
and more; lots of DJ's till late,
burlesque acts.
Both nights presented by Aunty Luxury.
http://noidgallery.net/festi.html
Luxury Goods London: what is the Role
of Art? Submit 50 words and show a
piece of art in The Courtyard Theatre
(yes indeed). Date at the Courtyard is
April 27th to May 2rd, Exact Program
will be announced soon.
REGULAR:
Life Drawing Classes, Mondays @ The
Others, 8pm til 10.30pm, £10.
info@theothers.uk.com

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noid_85.ezm
Subject:
East End Events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
08.04.2010 20:51
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A selection of East End Fine Art, Party and Music
Events + Workshops.
To see in different format, visit
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YIEHA...
...only two more weeks to go for the NO:ID
festival and yes, it will be a highlight.
Noteworthy here that it's all packed with the
craziest musical maverick performers the
underground has to offer. But where are you,
fine artists? The venue “The Others” has a
brilliant curator in Adrian Willams, and he'll be
happy to help you installing your largest pieces
for the show. Nuff said? Get in touch, bummers!
http://noidgallery.net/festi.html
NEWS AND PROJECTS
Friday, 09 April 2010, 18:00. Its ALL about ME,
in 2D. Free, exhibition. 6 and 8 Manor Road
London N16 5SA. An illustration Exhibition, works
by: Mr.Aide, Enzo Apicella, Jason Atomic, Lewis
Campbell, Espira, Oliver Harud. What influences
have you had that make up your style? 6 Artists
will be explaining themselves….2-dimensionally,
in the famous, welcoming and cozy environment
that you all know about… The Others! On the
night will be live portraits by performance
artist Jason Atomic, live painting action from
Oliver Harud as well as some of the best
contemporary illustrations under one roof,
providing the sounds will be Partners in Crime
and MS joe.
Saturday 10th April: Launch of Deeper at The
Russian. Addict2Music bring you Deeper sounds of
a spectrum of the finest House / Tribal /Soulful/
Vocal/ Deep/ Us/ Tech/ Funky/ Balearic in the
Main room and a mash of Drum n Base from Old to
New Skl in the Red Room. With Booker T as
Headliner and Suchy La Performing some live Jams
with Our resident DJs. Visuals/Photographers and
a live filmaker will be in the house too to film
this house sexy night. 9pm till 5am. £6 Entrance.
Saturday, 10 April: Radio Gagarin: Yuri's Night
special World Space Party. The New Empowering
Church, Hackney. 1a Westgate Street, E8 3RL.
49th Anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s blast off
into orbit: first human in space. In aid of MOST
MIRA youth festival, Bosnia. 8pm – 2am. Doors
£5 before 10, £8 after. Victor Menace, Shtetl
Superstars Orchestra, Nigel Burch, She’Koyokh,
World of Sevadh, + screening the 1912 stop-motion
masterpiece: The Cameraman’s Revenge.
Dancefloor Komissar DJs: Penny Metal, Lemez
Lovas, Max Reinhard, Mourrka & ABCDJ. Well that's
about the most amazing acoustic / folk line up
I've seen in a while.
Saturday 10th April: Little Blue Ball @ Passing
Clouds. Bless the Bass special. Main room:
Planetman & the Internationalz. The Drum Machine
Project. DJ Pony, A Lorenzo, Urgent Union.
Upstairs: Flight commander and friends. Bring a
fire extinguisher or a can of fire retarder spray
and get in for free. 3 Richmond Rd, E8. 9pm-late,
£5 before 10pm, £8 after. Entrance at the back.

Saturday, 10 April 2010 at 00:05 until 7:00 (!):
Rock-a-billy Rebels. Stamford Works Gallery
Dalston N16 8JH. Twist, grind, bop, hop and jive
to rock n roll 45s! at the rockin stamford works
warehouse,all night bar.
Tuesday 13th April, NO:ID DIY screen printing
class + workshop is back. Every Tuesday,
7pm-10pm, at The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, Stoke
Newington. RSVP required; more info:
http://noidgallery.net/print-diy.html
In the first session last week, we've installed
all the equipment and made some cool looking
screen prints with photographic screens,
painting straight onto the glass table. Bang
instant result. Good fun!
Thursday April 15th: The Impossibility of Art in
the Mind of a Fucking Moron. Solo exhibition of
new work by London based artist Mark McGowan, at
Elevator Gallery. This shall be an amazing, and
important, event, Mark being surely one of the
most active, outstanding, creative, and
controversial performance artist in the
contemporary art scene London and world wide.
Private View - Thursday 15th of April 2010,
6-10pm. Mark McGowan Live Performance. Exhibition
runs until Sunday 2nd May 2010. Normal Gallery
Opening hours 12-5pm Thursday – Sunday.
Luxury Goods London: Fine Artist Michael Bucknell
and Performance artist Annouchka Bayley are
producing the 4th Luxury Goods festival from a
series previously presented at the Foundry in
Hoxton which focused on the cost, value and
meaning of art. This year’s festival will focus
on the Role of Art and all artists and
practitioners have been invited to submit 50
words on the theme which will accompany their
work. By limiting their expression to 50 words
Luxury Goods encourages artists, regardless of
what stage they are in their careers, to consider
the reality of constraint and how it impacts on
their work. Over the course of 6 days The
Courtyard Theatre will act as a gallery for
painting, photography, sculpture and performance
art and will also be hosting symposiums, video
art, music and drama workshops from artists all
over the world.th to May 2rd,
REGULAR:
Life Drawing Classes, Mondays @ The Others, 8pm
til 10.30pm, £10. info@theothers.uk.com
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Than to live in a house full of confusion.
- Bob Marley ("Running Away")

noid_86.ezm
Subject:
festival THIS WEEKEND!
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
15.04.2010 14:47
To:
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NOTE
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visit http://noidgallery.net/elisting.html.
---->>> THIS WEEKEND WILL BE CRAZY!!! <<<----
Okay you simply can't miss out on this weekend.
It's a two day indoor NO:ID festival featuring
some of the most cutting edge novel + established
acts in musical live performance London's
underground has to offer.

All artists have in common that we understand
being on stage as being in character, and all
projects are famous for combining amazing
musicianship with great showmanship. Each night
just £5.

Friday April 16th is featuring some astonishing
acts, mainly acoustic, headlined by the notorious
Rude Mechanicals (absurd rock) and the Lonesome
Cowboys from Hell, which are somehow
Psycho-Country or Country Jazz. Mescaline for
Methodists play dancy world fusion to round up
the night.

Saturday April 17th is the big party with more
electric acts, some newcomers, some new acts by
established artists, and the already legendary
anarchistwood as headliners who convince with a
powerful performance and amazing showmanship.
This is a long night full of miracles and
surprises, burlesque acts, cabaret, and DJ's
until late.

Both nights are moderated by the lovely and
amazing Aunty Luxury (Annouchka Bayley),
one of directors of Luxury Goods London festival
(that's just next weekend so watch this space!!!)
http://luxurygoodslondon.com/

All acts are connected by DJ's and live
performances of the unexpected kind (see bottom
of page). There will be a bar, and a merchandise
and record stall - stall? A bazaar! albums,
t-shirts, hoodies, fridge magnets, cycling vests
– and NO:ID tops.Fine art on the walls by Jason
Gibilaro, Jason Atomic, Richard Niman, David
Porter, Mr Aide, Enzo Apicella, Lewis Campbell,
Espira and Oliver Harud.

The venue, The Others, is a fine place managed by
Simon, who is a great musician himself, and
Adrian, a fine artist curating shows there.
Outdoor smoking area, free table football, cosy
couches, cocktails and beers.

MAIN ACTS FRIDAY 16th:

8.30pm - Country Dirt: if there is “alternative
country music”, this is it. Crafted with great
musicianship, this ensemble questions and
transgresses the limits of a genre. Featuring
Marianne Hyatt.
http://www.myspace.com/countrydirtband

9.30pm - Rude Mechanicals: Absurd rock music,
punk funk caberet – musically somehow
reminiscent to some stuff by Frank Zappa, but
voice and appearance of Miss Robert are beyond
comparison. Miss Roberts - vocals, harmonica; Cos
Chapman - guitar, bass; Guy Avern - bass,
keyboard; Kate Newell - oboe, keyboard,
concertina; Dylan Bates - violin, trumpet; &
special guest - drums. Just having a vinyl out
so YIEHA

http://www.rudemechanicals.org.uk/

10.30pm - Lonesome Cowboys from Hell: a mix of
traditional and self-constructed instruments
creates music that can best be described as
“psycho-country”, fronted by Frank E. (Calum
F. Kerr) whose lyrics have been called “the
last word on what's to be said about the
art-world”. Seriously one of the most
interesting combos that came out of the
“noughties”. “JK-EE” Tim Fitcroft –
ukuleles, guitar, accordion; “Jan E. blister”
Jan Suchanek – bucket bass; “A.N.Other
Musician” Billy Smith – fiddle; John “D.
Vile” Devolle – drums. Just having an EP,
t-shirts and website out so YIEHA

http://lonesomecowboysfromhell.com/

11.30pm - Mescaline for Ministers: A tribute to
Peyoti for President, who have been touring world
wide with famous Manu Chao and are London's most
sought-after world fusion band. Dance your shoes
off. All musicians have requested to not reveal
their ID... YIEHA

http://peyoti.com/

MAIN ACTS SATURDAY

8:30pm - Hungry and the Hunted: proper
all-guns-blazing outlaw rebel rock'n'roll to warm
you up, headed by Pakistani-born Azam Khan on
guitar and vocals, with Roger Millington on bass
and Sean 'Undercover brother' Malley on drums.
Also a record / website / tshirt release: Magic
Bullets.

http://hungryandthehunted.com/

9:30pm - The Connectors: This is proper punk
related rock'n'roll, fresh project of experienced
musicians – no more can be revealed at this
point. An energetic performance that will shake
everyone even further. Again, remember where
you've seen them first.

http://www.myspace.com/theconnectorsmusic

10:30pm - Saddam and the Lookalikes: nomen est
omen, but here finally we don't know who is who
and what to expect. Is it punk? Actually, no.
What is it then? Well, Saddam and the Lookalikes.
Camden MacDonald, and some even more eminent
performers. You thought you knew what is
rock'n'roll? Come and see. Oh and they've got an
EP out now too!!!

http://www.myspace.com/saddamlookalikes

11:30pm - Anarchistwood: can punk music be
established? Like the Cramps with Patti Smith -
Brady from the Legendary DNA Cowboys 31.01.09 ;
Early Siouxsie - George @ IOTG 10.09.08 ;
Butthole Surfers with Patti Smith and Crass -
Organ Magazine 10.09.08. Nuff said? Hear for
yourself. More than hear – see as well, since
visuals are a strong part of this project. Err
did I mention there's new merch stuff? Yes there
is!

http://punkvert.tv/

12:30-late: ...well the anarchic part of the
festival...

IN-BETWEEN-ACTS

The Incredible Itchy Nipplz
: probably the craziest
DJ / performance cowboys you could not expect

Rirchard Niman
: famous for sculpture and collage
but equally mind blowing as opera tenor singing "
Old Man River"

Le Donne
:
two ardent females of uncertain age and time,
of no fixed language and uncertain mission.
Susie Showers
:
her dark and ridiculous songs and poems have
people wiping glitter and tears of laughter from
their eyes. She pleases people of all ages. She
hangs out in bars and dancehalls in Norwich. She
is seen with London quirk-pronk-rock ensemble
Perhaps Contraption as much as possible.

Bella Blue
:
this is Bella Blue's final show - regular
member of anarchistwood as singer, dancer and
fashion adviser, Bella will be making her
ultimate performance - a treat not to be missed
as she gets to 'clean up' the NO:ID party. You
may get wet....

Acid B
.
Acid B has been rinsing out tracks for many
years as a regular at Lost Vagueness' Chapel of
Love and Loathing, Glastonbury's Shangri-La, the
notorious Pedestal and Subterfuge. Eclectic
tastes will be thrilled by Acid B who's
selections never fail to delight.

PRNWhore
:
Regular DJ and curator at Subterfuge with a
long history of playing electronica, heavy metal,
drum and bass, punk ass weirdness and creations
of his own. Legend at Turnmills, The Dragon
Festival,

Handsum Pete
:
The elusive HP - sometimes known as London's GG
Allin - Pete has been seen in some pretty sticky
situations on stages across the UK and Germany.
Musical performances with many costume changes
will excite, disgust, amaze and shock in equal
quantities. A regular part of the anarchistwood
debacle.

Dirty Honky
:
Dirty Honky, the pig-nosed clown alter-ego of
artist Alexis Milne may well be seen clowning
around Stoke Newington this weekend. Hopefully
not advertising Garnier or shitting like in Basel.

punkvert
:
Artists in multi-dimensional media will provide
eye-candi on walls and throughout the air at
NO:ID with their lush range of video, film,
backdrops, fine art and embroidery throughout the
festival.

NO:ID festival

The Others, 6-8 Manor Road, N13 5SA

Friday April 16th + Saturday April 17th 2010

http://noidgallery.net/ /
http://theothers.uk.com/

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noid_87.ezm
Subject:
some infos
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
26.04.2010 17:31
To:
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This time a short one. More info on all the
following can be found on noidgallery.net.
Luxury Goods London: A free festival on the Role
of Art, at the Courtyard Theatre in 40 Pitfield
St., N1 6EU with fine art and performances,
entrance free, the whole week and week end. Our
favourite band has a short appearance on Friday
at 10pm.
Red Gallery and Shop, to the right of the
Foundry, 1-3 Rivington St. EC2, a pop up gallery
cum art shop which, for the next two months
before they dig a hole there, will be a hub for
the East End Art Scene; main man: Paul Sakoilsky.
Oh and yes, NO:ID stuff for sale there.
Screen Print Workshop: if you wish to tap into
our vast experience and knowledge regarding this
technique, the best starting point is the DIY
workshop held by – me, in Stoke Newington,
Tuesdays; call 07939843968. Probably going to
arrange one in Rivington St. if there's demand
(let me know).
Rock-a-billy rebels have a new home, this
Saturday sees the first party of that lot at Efes
Pool Room, that's 17b Stoke Newington Road, gotta
be cool-a-bop – I'll go.
31 Commercial Road will be back with Martin Lau's
photography show on May 13th, put in your diary
now pls.- the private view will be, as usual, 6pm
– 9pm.
The best listing of art events such as private
views is by Richard Martin and can be found here:
http://artpopsartpops.blogspot.com/
See you around, all the best...
NO:ID
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noid_88.ezm
Subject:
tomorrow's events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
05.05.2010 12:45
To:
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Okay it's May 6th coming and you're bombarded by
political advertisement in any disguise. Plus,
it's First Thursday. Maybe politics and arts
will enter in a new era. Here are some artistic
things happening around that date.
Oh and please help make this mailout better and
go to noidgallery.net, where you will find an
online poll. Please tell me who you are and what
you want this mailout to be, it would help.
NOIDGALLERY.NET
May 6th:
Parliament Square: Democracy Village Peace
Festival. All day, lots of things. You may wish
to move in.
Rivington St.: Press. Red. Gallery. 1-3 Rivington
St., Just by Great Eastern St / Old St. Curated
by Paul Sakoilsky. Artists: Christine Binnie •
Jennifer Binnie • Tony Brennan (No Nose) •
Cedric Christie • Alexander Guy • Rogan Jeans
• Mark Hammond • Mark Jones • Dylan Kendle
(Tomato) • Simon Liddiment • Jan Maat •
Christiana Maximoff • Phil Maxwell •Mark
Mcgowan • Mark O’Rourke • Liam Skully •
Paul Sakoilsky • Sarah Sparkes • Raul Pina
• Brendan Quick • Macarena Yanez. Live
Performance: 'No rest for the wicked', by
Josephine Wood. DJ’s: Andrea Parker • Andy &
Dave Collishaw • Cirkus DJs • Dave Dorell,
all playing in RED’s basement. Digital Art:
txxtur
10 Downing St: artist Mark McGowan is to
prostrate himself an incredible 10,000 times in
front of a large photographic image of
Conservative leader David Cameron.
The Bunker @ The Print House 18 Ashwin Street
London E8 3DL: It is over. An exhibition from a
selection of emerging contemporary artists
reacting site specifically to the conceptual and
physical properties of a derelict World War II
bunker situated underground in Dalston. Xavier
Antin, Rupert Burton, U Jae Chung, Maurice
Citron, Isaac Cordal, Callum Cooper, Chris Paul
Daniels, Steven Emmanuel, Esmeralda
Munoz-Torrero, Jan Lun Lee, Genetic Moo, Robert
Nicol, Emily Paige Short, Richard Thomas.
Charlie Smith, 336 Old St, London, EC1V 9DR:
Papyrophilia. Works on paper by Martin Lea Brown,
George Condo, Leon Golub, Keith Haring & Andy
Warhol, Luke Jackson, James Jessop, Jasper Joffe,
Reece Jones, Claire de Jong, Cathy Lomax, Robin
Mason, Mark McGowan, Hugh Mendes, Kieran Moore,
Alex Gene Morrison, Paul Noble, Gavin Nolan,
Chris Ofili, Tim Parr, Claire Pestaille, Michael
Scoggins, Liam Scully, Dominic Shepherd, John
Stark, Caro Suerkemper, Gavin Tremlett, James
Unsworth, Stephen Walter, Miranda Whall.
First Thursday Concert, from 7pm, The Nunnery,
183 Bow Rd, E3 2SJ. Angharad Davis (violin),
Anton Lukoszevieze (cello), Ian Mitchell , David
Ryan (clarinets) and Tim Parkinson (melodica &
percussion) will perform works by Lawrence Crane,
Richard Emsley, Joan key, Tim Parkinson, Markus
Trunk. Plus exhibition of paintings by Yvonne
Lammerich and Joan Key, curated by Sotiris
Kyriacou. Music, or reference to compositional
notation, is used as a resource in works by both
these artists to suggest the fragile or
destabilised presence of ‘incident’.
Viner St. / off Mare St.: Many gallery openings,
look out for The Happy Happy Band (with Calum F.
Kerr).

MAY 13th:
NO:ID Gallery 31 Commercial Road is back,
featuring photography by Martin Lau; 6-9pm, with
performances, music, and lots more.
http://noidgallery.net/ /
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It is better to live on the housetop
Than to live in a house full of confusion.
- Bob Marley ("Running Away")

noid_89.ezm
Subject:
this thursday and afterwards
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
10.05.2010 19:18
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello again...
see noidgallery.net for more / html version etc.
THURSDAY 13th
NO:ID Gallery, 31 Commercial Road, is back this
Thursday, with a photography solo show: Martin
Lau, Covered City. 6pm-9pm, including some
special surprises, music and performances, in an
evening that will extend into the night at The
Castle just opposite. Don't miss. Featuring,
among others, solo performances by Coz Chapman
and by Tim 'Orchestra' Flitcroft.
Hey, don't you want to go to noidgallery.net and
answer the online survey, so that I get to know
who you are etc.? C'mon, it's been so much work
to set it up...
FRIDAY 14th
Friday, 14th March: Culture Moved Forward While
My Back Was Turned. A solo exhibition by Liam
Scully. 6pm - 9pm. Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th
May by appointment. Model Gardeners is a new
space in Stoke Newington, London run by Greg Cox;
74 Brighton Road, Stoke Newington, N16 8EG.
14,15 + 16 May. 12pm (midday) until 9pm each day:
Tattoo Circus London. South London Social Center.
For venue, phone 07404 981 936 from 13th. A
creative DIY prisoner support benefit. The first
Tattoo Circus manifested in Rome 2007 and since
then has rocked: Rome, Barcelona, Torino, Cadiz,
Zurich and Thessalonic. A fun, safe/clean, body
modification event, where NOBODY makes money (all
benefit!) without the competitive, commercial, or
elitist attitude, which is often times typical of
standard Tattoo Conventions. It is also Not a
typical party. Check
http://www.siren-net.co.uk/party.php for flyer
and www.tattoocircuslondon.com for more info.
The Museum of Everything, exhibition #2, Friday,
14 May 2010 from 10am to 6pm, Tate Modern,
Bankside, SE1 9TG. Calling the untrained,
unintentional & unseen creators of greater
britain. Submit a work on paper (or anything
small and light) to Exhibition #2, open to all,
non-professional, non - traditional, and
non-exhibited artists, living or long gone. To
enter simply turn up at the Tate Modern with your
artwork where it will be assessed. Successful
works will be displayed in The Turbine Hall and
published in a book of the exhibition.

SUNDAY 16th
Hungry and the Hunted play The Water Rats, this
Sunday, 328 Grays Inn Road, at about 9pm.
War? what is it good for? (an anti war
gathering). Sunday, 16 May 2010, 16:00 - 22:30,
The Flowerpot, 147 Kentish Town Road, with lots
of performers, among them Marianne Hyatt.
100Sqft Launch Party (pt3), 16 May 2010, 19:00 -
23:55, Cholmeley Boys Club Dalston. It's about
100 art works measuring a square foot. This is
the inauguration night with lots of special...
somethings, DJ's and drinks.
TUESDAY 18th
Screen printing workshop: no, not any more.
Unless you phone me and insist – 07939843968.
WEDNESDAY 19th
Launch of Z4RD 2: Box Of Desires. Wednesday, 19
May 2010, 18:00 - 20:00, Centre For Recent
Drawing, 2-4 Highbury Station Road N1 1SB.
Explores eroticism, desire, possession, longing
and the body through drawing. Each artist
contributed 20 original artworks, ranging from
original drawings to poems to DVDs to woodcuts to
photos. This edition is a unique opportunity to
own a collection of exciting artworks by new and
established international artists; curated and
edited by Paul Kindersley. Drinks reception from
6-8pm, where the Z4RD will be available to buy,
it is priced at £120, in a numbered limited
edition of only 20 copies. All proceeds go
directly to Centre For Recent Drawing which is
Registered UK Charity 1123530.
Noisy music: 85 Bears + Glassglue + Carl White +
Sky:Lark. Wednesday, 19 May 2010, 19:30 - 23:30,
The Legion, 348 Old Street, EC1V 9NQ. Worth
checking out IMO.
THURSDAY 20st
The Diorama: Lonesome Cowboys from Hell return to
South London, Thursday, 20 May 2010 from about
8pm, The Montague Arms, 289 Queens Rd, New Cross,
London, SE15 2PA. Loads of other acts including
The Dethkats and Mina bigbum, the blues poet
clown.
FRIDAY 21st
A Night of Dead Snakes, Friday, 21 May 2010 from
8pm. The Grosvenor, Stockwell, 17 Sidney Road.
Anarchistwood, The Organ Donnas, The V.D.'s,
Commie Faggots, Steve Greekshire, DJ playing
70's/80's Rock/Disco/Punk.
Uff... keep going, see you 'round...

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noid_90.ezm
Subject:
two events this weekend
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
21.05.2010 12:10
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello good morning!
Just a shortie. Can't be bothered to dig
through a thousand boring facebook events,
so in the future will only feature stuff
that has been submitted by email to
noid@noidgallery.net or through the form on
the website.
FRIDAY:
Rebel Acoustic Night this Friday 21st May at
the Crown and Anchor, 246, Brixton Road.
With stunning artists from the legendary
Sunday Sounds including Daisy, Sarah Bear,
Corneilius and more, PLUS special guest The
Leano! Starts at 8.30pm, free entry, not to
be missed.
SUNDAY:
Martin Lau: Covered City. Last day of the
exhibition and closing party. Photography
show, 31 Commercial Road, afterwards live
music and more in The Castle, opposite. The
gallery will be open from 2-6pm and will
feature vintage synth wizardry from Ring Mod
Orchestra, aka Tim Flitcroft, and Korg-based
nirvana from Simon Vice. More music from Tim
at the after-party at the Castle pub from
6pm.

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noid_92.ezm
Subject:
this week + weekend
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
02.06.2010 09:56
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello hello,
Wed JUNE 2nd: Tru Trading. An exhibition of
work from London Metropolitan Fine Art
Students. Wednesday Private View, 3:30-11pm.
In a large labyrinthic former tea warehouse
on 35 Commercial Road, that's to the right
of our regular gallery space.
Thur JUNE 3rd same place: Tru Trading,
Exhibition Party for the Arty, 5pm-11pm (so
they say). As part of First Thursdays.
Featuring: The Intolerable Kidd and Friends
(live), Lonesome Cowboys from Hell (live,
check lonesomecowboysfromhell.com), Vibe
Machine (life). Also belly dancers, poets,
live art, great free juice bar (ha!), and
more astonishing acts. Part of Time Out
First Thursdays and not to be missed. Free!
And if that's not enough, JUNE 2nd-5th: TAA
London (Temporarily Autonomous Art). A
smorgasbord of creativity and expression
reclaiming space in London for free. The
event is artist-lead and self-organised:
contributors are encouraged to act as their
own curators in a collaborative environment.
As well as a wealth of artwork, the event
will also host: spoken word and performance
poetry, independent and art house cinema,
durational and experimental performance, DIY
punk electronics, Bands, Cabaret, and a
whole range of art and skills sharing
workshops. As well as kids play, cafe, info
stall... and a touch of the unknown. Phone
07092983795 on the week of the show to get
venue details. Free!
http://www.randomartists.org
Saturday JUNE 5th-8th: NO:ID Gallery, 31
Commercial Road, 3:30pm-9pm: Moscow – St.
Petersburg – London. Cross-disciplinary
Cultural Communication. An exploration of
geographical and technical modes and limits
of expression. Jura Barikin (Moscow)
Photography: 'Movement of Colour'.
Photographs of music & ballet. Stas Borodin
(St Petersburg) Painting: 'Landscape
Studies'. Plein air studies of London.
Michael Bucknell (London) Sculpture:
'Architectural Reflexions'. Welded and
carved sculpture. Vladimir Makeev (St
Petersburg) Graphics: 'Nude Studies'.
Private view Sat 5th June 3:30pm-9pm; after
that on appointment: 07960881478.
Call for participation: Get me out of here!
Ever played a computer game, solved all the
riddles, and just kept running around to
find the exit? Ever lived in a situation /
town / squat and just couldn't get out?
Artwork on that theme. Please get in touch
writing to noid@noidgallery.net for an
exhibition to be staged and toured after the
hurricane season – put “EXIT” in your
email subject.
31 Commercial Road keeps on going, great
space ideal for solo shows. Interested? Get
in touch.
See you around and around...
NO:ID

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noid_93.ezm
Subject:
news and events
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
22.06.2010 13:57
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Gearing up before the summer break. Summer
break? Here's some last minute news:
This Thursday, June 24 – July 4 at NO:ID
Gallery: Norbert Tutsek: Shades of the City.
Paintings exploring... well shades of the
city. Oils and acrylics. Opening night on
the 24th with live music from Jo Cello.
After-party (free) at The Castle (pub
opposite the gallery), featuring live music
performance (live breaks & electro) at 8pm:
Druid & Pol; First Thursday, 1st July, meet
the artist + live music from Jo Cello.
Please come down and enjoy.
July 9 in Hamburg, Druckdealer, Marktstr.
102, Karolinenviertel: Square up the Decade.
First show abroad of NO:ID artists from the
2009 season. No more submissions please.
If you have a work the show, please call Jan
on 07939843968. NO:ID goes abroad!
Call for submissions: Total Transparency.
Group show at 33-35 Commercial Road starting
Thursday 30st September and ending October
10th. To participate, check noidgallery.net.
Plus, we will be curating shows in the bar
of the Courtyard Theatre, which we will make
into a “cutting edge” exhibition space
(in addition to it already being the East
Ends most cutting edge theatre space).
First Show to be in August, and the proposed
theme is “cutting the edge”. Like
working with scissors? Please submit your
concept.
This Friday, The Nunnery Gallery, 181 Bow
Road, E3 2SJ: Can you hear it? Curated by
Franko B. Private View 6:30-9:30.
This Saturday, Camberwell Green, 1pm-7pm:
Chutney Preserves. The Animal fair. Doctor
Moreau meets Doctor Dolittle on Animal Farm.
Closing event for
the Camberwell Arts festival.
Saturday and Sunday, ArtIsLand presents. 491
GALLERY, 491 Grove Green Road, Leytonstone,
E11: Paintings, illustrations, photograhs,
interactive installations and live
performances by: John Barry Charman, Odin,
Q7, Scabbage, Paranoiaksmile, Gerbos,
Responer, Tony Bears, Fede, Arthuro,
Reinhard Schleining, Glen Medenez, Francois
Boutemy, Simon Hackney. Curated by Kevin
Seven.

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noid_94.ezm
Subject:
this season
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
25.08.2010 17:01
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

PDF version here:
http://noidgallery.net/newsletter.pdf
Hello, back after the summer break,
NO:ID Gallery, 31 Commercial Road, is
going into a lovely new season with the
following exhibitions:
September 2nd - 12th : Mr.Aide –
First Aide. In his other live a well
know curator from the Stoke Newington
area, this is Mr.Aide's first solo show
at NO:ID Gallery and a worthy and
interesting starting point in the new
season.
September 16th – 26th: Joseph Knecht
(aka Jan Maat)– Pentagame. Also a
well known curator (in the Whitechapel
area though), Joseph presents a board
game including pentagram shape and
colours. Test playing throughout the
exhibition time.
Then October & November is Photomonth:
September 30th – October 10th: Kairo
Uza, Jeannette Petrik. Where do you
think you are going? - photographic
gaps.
October 4th – 24th: Martin Lau,
Covered City, in a nearby theatre venue.
October 22nd: Dalston Underground
Studios bash – with the Lonesome
Cowboys from Hell comeback gig.
October 28th - November 7th: Group
Show: Reduction. Martin Bardell, Manuel
Capurso, Jochen Klein, Richard Kolker
and Gillian Vaux. Part of Photomonth.
October 28th - November 12th: Total
Transparency. A large group show in a
large venue in East London – still
open for submissions, see website.
Many a great name already confirmed!!
November 11 - 21: Arantxa Alcubierre.
Two hours before. Solo show, part of
Photomonth.
November 25th - December 5th: '7 Red
Roses'. Seven contemporary female
artists from East London show new works
on the theme of self-reflection.
December 9th- 19th: Juan José Bravo.
Internal Landscapes. Sculpture.
The Square Show in Hamburg,
Quadratshow, is still on until
September 22nd.
The Gallery is now open for requests
and submissions for 2011. We are also
still seeking for people who wish to
make this project theirs: working with
fairs, applying for all sorts of
things. There are a number of other
projects that might catch your
interest, and you can find them all on
noidgallery.net. If you are up for
that, just send us an informal email.
We will also organise another NO:ID
party towards the end of the year, with
our usual eclectic mix of new and
established, fine art, music, and
theatre.
Thanks all for reading and hope to see
you around very soon.
NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with
fine arts, performance arts, and
musicians.
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It is better to live on the housetop
Than to live in a house full of confusion.
- Bob Marley ("Running Away")

noid_95.ezm
Subject:
newsletter
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
07.09.2010 13:30
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello, welcome to another issue...
1) NO:ID needs you. Yes, the fake
manufacturer around the corner is
trying to register NO:ID as his
trademark. I am opposing this and I
need to provide evidence that I have
been using NO:ID as a trade mark on
garments, and for the gallery, for a
time. Please have a look! If you can
send a letter stating that you have
witnessed or purchased NO:ID branded
stuff from me, that would be extremely
helpful. If you can take a photo or
scan anything that has “NO:ID” on
it, such as old flyers, but even better
clothes or patches, that would be even
better. I need this ASAP as the
deadline is Oct 1st. The winner gets a
batch of t-shirts..!
2) The Total Transparency Show in 33-35
Commercial Road, as known as Ice Father
Nation, is growing at a fast pace so it
looks like it will be a whole little
festival. Please check the website,
and if you are interested to
participate in any which way (as fine
artist, performer, musician, or trader)
please get in touch, I am sure we can
sort something out. What I have
received so far is really really
fascinating.
3) This coming Sunday, at said
location, Ice Father Nation, 33-35
Commercial Road, come to an Artoff:
that is, live art battle between fine
artists and live music improvisation,
entrance free, 8pm. Great chance to see
the space, if you are interested – it
is exciting.
4) Next week then, the very writer of
these lines invites you to his very own
exhibition of a board game which is
played on the shape of the pentagram
and involves five colours. You are
invited to model your own stones, and
challenge the master of the Pentagame.
Also a good occasion to meet me and –
give me your evidence that I own the
NO:ID brand name, please...
5) Last but not least: Red Gallery is
opening the show East End Promise, this
Thursday, to the right of the place
formerly known as The Foundry. The East
End is dead, long live the East End!
Don't miss this. And see you all around
very soon, I hope.
Sorry if this one is a bit more "personal"
than the usual listings ... but I need
you this time more than ever!
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noid_96.ezm
Subject:
invite: new board game pentagame
From:
"janmaat"
Date:
15.09.2010 17:03
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello,
tomorrow Thursday, the 16th September
2010, at NO:ID Gallery, 31 Commercial
Road: JanMaat presents his new
invention, a new board game called
Pentagame. If you are into colours,
proportions, gaming or all of these, I
assure you this is for you. Limited
edition sets to get it out there.
6-9pm. Check pentagame.org for a
preview.
Lots more going on – look at
noidgallery.net. Thanks and see you!
NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with
fine arts, performance arts, and
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noid_97.ezm
Subject:
events coming up
From:
janmaat
Date:
27.09.2010 18:46
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello,

'I never heard a bad word about you and I
never will' – well said about Richard
Martin, 1954-2010, a true gentleman & a
beacon of kindness & generosity to all
knew him, and a central figure in
London's art scene. NO:ID hopes that
ArtPops, how he named his network, will
survive as name for the circle of artists
he selected as his friends. We stand
united in grief, and in grateful
remembrance.

NO:ID will attempt to include more events
in this our own listing.

http://noidgallery.net/

This Thursday, Sept 30st, NO:ID Gallery,
31 Commercial Road, E1 1LG: Photographic
Gaps. Kairo Uza and Jeannette Petrik, two
young German photographers, show works
relating to... another type of fox
hunting. 6-9 pm all welcome.

Also Thursday 30st, Paris Fusion. Big
Chill House, Kings Cross. Anne Pigalle
(live and DJs Pierre LX and Enola.
8pm-1m. Free before 10, £5 after.

Mon 4th, Tues 5th & Wed 6th October: The
Love Suicides at Sonezaki. Starts 8:00pm,
tickets £12, £10 conc. Inspired in
design and direction by Japanese
animation and manga this moving piece of
adult puppetry was first performed in
Japan in 1703. The Love Suicides at
Sonezaki has been praised for the
simplicity of its plot and it remains one
of Chikamatsu’s finest works. Wiltons
Music Hall, Wilton's Music Hall, Graces
Alley off Ensign Street, London E1 8JB

6th October, 'Terra Infirma'; works by
Dominic Madden and James Martelli.
Private View, 6 – 8pm, Rhys Williams
Gallery, Chelsea and Westminster
Hospital, Fulham Rd, SW10 9NH.

7th October, PIKEA . A multi-media Group Show featuring
Shamon U, NRK Mohammad, Lorry Viva,
Spoodle Bottom, The Dark Timwa, NoNose,
BiG Trouble, Jason Gibilaro, NO:ID and
many more. Anarc-O-d'art and counter
cultural ephemera from the poll tax riot
to day glow spiky potatoes on bus
shelters, and much more. Freedom Bookshop and Autonomy Club , Angel Alley, 84b Whitechapel High Street, E1 7QX. Yes.

Then the big one, Total Transparency Show
in the amazing new NO:ID rooms, large
group show and many events, check the
website.

And talk to your boss now to take Monday
Nov 1st as a day off as we'll be doing
the one and only Halloween party with Rex
Nemo & the Psychic Self Defenders, the
Lonesome Cowboys from Hell, and Spiritwo
all one scary night - see website for details.

Life Drawing Mondays @ The Others.
Mondays 8pm til 10.30pm. £10, The
Others, 6 and 8 Manor Road, N16 5SA.

NO:ID is a network of artists in East
London, a gallery, and a question of
identity, and is working equally with
fine arts, performance arts, and
musicians.

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noid_108.ezm
Subject:
Invitation for Saturday July 2nd
From:
janmaat
Date:
28.06.2011 22:29
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello dear all,

Please be cordially invited to the following show:

*ABSTRACTION*
*Bonvin/Eden*
*Anthony McCall*
*Stephen Mallaghan*
*Yuko Shiraishi*
*Paul Sibbering*
*Amikam Toren*
*Gera Urkom*
*Mark Williams*
*Private View 3.00 - 6.30*
*Saturday 2 July 2011*
**
Viewing by appointment:
+44(0) 20 8808 9318
howell.anthony1@googlemail.com
Sunday 3 July - Sunday 2 November 2011
**
*The Room* is at 33 Holcombe Road, LONDON, N17 9AS
www.the-room.org.uk
Some of these artists have shown with NO:ID Gallery,
so I have strong reason to believe this will be a fabulous
show; and I would be happy to see you there, as I promise
to attend.

All the best

J. / NO:ID Gallery

noid_109.ezm
Subject:
Seasonal Greetings!
From:
janmaat
Date:
25.12.2011 18:06
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Hello everyone,

it has been a long time, I know, and certainly will until I post next.
NO:ID Gallery has entered a long dark night since the roof collapsed.
Personally, I have re-located to Germany and I am trying to re-invent
myself in Berlin at present. But I will be back eventually, and happy
to keep in contact with all of you. And who knows, maybe there will
be a new incarnation of NO:ID Gallery at some point in time, when
circumstances are adequate. You can reach me: jan@noidgallery.net.

I wish you all happy holidays and a successful new year.

Yours truly

Jan Maat / NO:ID Gallery

noid_110.ezm
Subject:
Seasonal greetings
From:
janmaat
Date:
21.12.2012 16:36
To:
noid@lists.so36.net

Happy new world, Christmas, and new year.

Please stay in touch!

J.