Study for a public art piece to be installed in Hastings later this year.
In response to the story of a German U boat that was washed-up on Hastings beach in 1918. The study comprises of a WW1 dazzleship inspired pattern with a submarine gun incorporated into the design.
In dedication to the Little Ships of Dunkirk
NAVIGATE Bexhill Art Trail
20 Sep - 6 Oct
Opening 21 Sep 3 pm at the De La Warr Pavillion Foyer
Rother council flagpole - Metropole Lawn/Jubilee Walk (next to the De La Warr Pavillion)
Acknowledgements - Association of Dunkirk Little Ships and Rother Council
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Bunker Death - Giant's Causeway and Bunker Death - Sand Dune used for eMMplekz's album artwork
IZOD days reverberating around the maze...Ekoplekz & Baron Mordant passed the audio baton thru the broadest of bands to share thoughts various on subjects as engaging & negating as cashpoints & Nicholas Ball...straffed by EZ's patched detritus & hosted by BM's everyday vernac the net results veer between post-pop & rented Roberts for the white viny generation...we bid you a fond
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Take Courage Gallery
192 Southgate Road, Dalston, London
Mordant Music present 'Nesst 3', a pillbox bunker structure that projects Buñuel and Dali’s 'Un chien Andalou' from one of the gun emplacement slits. The soundtrack to the film has been reinterpreted by the label's founder, Baron Mordant, and the bunker is constructed by the artist Jaye Ho. This is the first London showing of the Nesst project, having been previously installed at Unsound festival in Krakow and at the Flatpack Film Festival in Birmingham. Cult record label Mordant Music have been releasing experimental electronic music since 2001.
17.06.11 - 25.06.11
Preview 16.06.11 from 6 pm
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Video piece 'Open C**t' will be shown at 'The Public are not invited'
Opening night November 26 18:00 - 21:00
November 26 - December 4 2010 11:00 - 18:00
The Nottingham Workshop, 247 Noel St, New Basford, Nottingham
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