Wednesday, July 29, 2009

DNA Show At The Horse Hospital

Multi-media group exhibition and screenings inspired by the world of electronic music pioneer and artist John Foxx. Contributors include Gary Numan, Alex Proyas and Jonathan Barnbrook.

The exhibition features gallery work and screenings and runs alongside the Rushes Soho Shorts Festival 2009 with media including fine art, photography, typography, architecture, filmmaking and music. Set in the unique surroundings of the Grade II listed Horse Hospital,the list of DNA contributors and the people they've worked with reads like a page out of Mr Edgy McCool's address book.

DNA Contributors:
Jonathan Barnbrook (Award winning graphic designer & Damien Hirst and David Bowie collaborator)
Gary Numan (Electronic music legend)
Alex Proyas (Director of I Robot, Knowing & Dark City)
Craig Hewitt (Graphic designer who has worked with Bjork)
Ian Emes - (Director of Pink Floyd's Dark Side of The Moon, Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells, The Wall and Duran Duran's The Chauffeur.
Macota Tezka - (Award winning Manga Japanese film director. Surpervised CGI movie, Astro Boy & Pluto
Reiko Okano - Manga artist & musician. Collaborations include, Brian Eno
Karborn - Critically acclaimed new artist and VJ. Also, the son of John Foxx
Andrew Back - Has set up Glasgow's hacklab
spaces: the Chateau Institute of Technology (ChIT) and Electron Club.
Antonino Cardillo - Critically acclaimed architect
Rob C - New contemporary artist
Steve d'Agostino - Musician and David Sylvian and John Foxx collaborator.
Kevin Sampson - Author of 'Awaydays'
Ben Charles Edwards - Director of the Town that Boars Me featuring Kelly Osbourne, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Sadie Frost, Natt Weller, Zandra Rhodes, Andrew Logan, Dee C Lee and Jodie Harsh
Adrian Lee - Critically acclaimed international contemporary artist and ArtHertz collaborator
Angelo Cerantola - Graphic designer, artist and ArtHertz collaborator
Roger Spy - Visual Artist, DJ & ArtHertz collaborator

For more information about John Foxx and his career, and about specific times and events,go to
Exhibition open to public Tuesday to Friday 12pm - 6pm with screenings 2.30pm - 3.30pm.

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