Thank you to everyone who joined us for Josh Bitelli's performance on Thursday evening, which was part of our 21st Century programme. A score composed by Bitelli for soprano, alto, tenor and bass, was performed by members of the London Doctors Choir, with lyrics drawn from medical journals and guidelines for medical etiquette. An online element of Bitelli's commission will be available on Chisenhale Gallery’s website soon. Photos are by Manuela Barczewski.
Thank you also to everyone who joined us for a presentation and screening with filmmakers Ayo Akingbade and William Glass who have been commissioned to make new films as part of Stop Play Record, a three-year programme for creative young people aged between 16 -24 who are interested in making experimental short films. To see photos from the event please click here.
Please join us this Wednesday 2 March, 7pm at Google Campus for a conversation convened by Yuri Pattison as part of his Chisenhale Gallery Create Residency, to discuss a growing online economy built on information sharing yet controlled through central governing bodies. Speakers include Ivan Pope, founder of the first internet magazine .net; and Eva Pascoe, pioneer of Cybercafe Cyberia and chair of Right to Privacy Online. The event will take place at the Google Campus, 4-5 Bonhill Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 4BX. For more information and to reserve a place please click here. Pattison's forthcoming exhibition at Chisenhale Gallery opens on 6 July 2016.
Next week, on Tuesday 8 March, 7pm we will screen Audre Lorde, The Berlin Years 1984–1992, a documentary selected by Park McArthur. Lorde (1934-92) was as a radical feminist, writer and advocate for social justice and has been an important influence on McArthur's work.The film portrays Lorde’s battle with terminal cancer and the support network that surrounded her. For more information and to reserve a place please click here.
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