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64 Bits Exhibition

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A selection of images by Adrian+Shane feature in the '64 Bits' exhibition at 'Here East' in London right now. The exhibition runs from March 30th - April 21st. Admission is free.


There was a lot of weird shit going on in the early days of the internet. Taking us back in time, 64 Bits is an interactive recreation of the early years of the web, which hopes to tell the stories of the forgotten artist engineers that shaped today’s digital culture. See a working version of the first search engine, Archie, created by Alan Emtage; the work of Susan Kare - who designed the first microsoft playing cards and browse the very first website made in 1991. The exhibition also includes an open-door digital media archiving service, where artists and designers can bring in obsolete media to migrate inaccessible historical artwork to a modern format.

Here East,
East Bay Lane,
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park,
London,
E20 3BS.

More info here: http://www.64bits.co.uk/

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Added on by Adrian and Shane.
An exhibition of live-streaming performances.



On the 2nd of March, MAFA Gallery becomes the venue for a new type of art exhibition format. The ‘show’ is performed by a group of seven Chelsea College MA Fine Art students and selected guest artists including Adrian+Shane.

The evening combines an interactive live streaming experience inviting the audience to share the performances digitally, many of which are enacted remotely.

The artists aim to destabilize the current repose of the traditional white gallery space by creating a new cyber reality whilst highlight the ubiquitous preoccupation with our mobile phones and digital devices.

Details:

Date and time:
Thursday, March 2, 2017 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM GMT

Location:
MAFA Gallery, Chelsea College of Art,
University of the Arts London (UAL),
16 John Islip Street,
London,
SW1P 4JU.

“Please arrive 10 mins before the show.”

NOTE: If you can't make it to the gallery you can watch on Instagram live.



Songs Of Praise

Added on by Adrian and Shane.
Adrian+Shane take over a room at SONGS OF PRAISE, East Bloc, London on Saturday night (July 4th).
We’ll be playing a mix of tracks from the 80′s/90′s/00′s … as well as debuting a new video installation.

10:30PM - 06:00AM

East Bloc,
217 City Road,
EC1V 1JN
London,
United Kingdom

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/473786222790551/


When I Walk In Your Shoes

Added on by Adrian and Shane.
Contemporary Irish artists Adrian+Shane announce their first London showcase at 'When I Walk In Your Shoes' exhibition with pieces inspired by the late singer Amy Winehouse. Opening at London Westbank Gallery from 25th to 30th September, proceeds from inspired artworks sold will go directly to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

Adrian+Shane will proudly be contributing exclusive pieces towards an artistic celebration of Amy Winehouse, along with 20 other artists including Dita Von Teese, Pure Evil and Scroobius Pip, who have been hand-picked and curated by Henry Hate, Amy's tattooist and friend. The show 'When I Walk In Your Shoes' is named after the first verse of Amy Winehouse’s song ‘Help Yourself’ and the catalogue will feature quotes of walking in someone else’s shoes from the exhibiting artists.

Pieces by Adrian+Shane will include 'HEART' constructed from Converse trainers, as well as 3 original and unique paintings inspired by Amy Winehouse entitled 'PIN UP', made using acrylic, spray paint and screen print on paper.


Adrian+Shane commented, “Amy Winehouse is more than a musician; everything from her sound, fashion choices and lifestyle made an impact on an entire generation. Her iconic status makes her the perfect muse for this exhibition and is a wonderful way to raise money for charity in her honour. We’re immensely excited to be a part of this show and can’t imagine a more inspiring way to mark our debut on the London art scene.”

Following a private viewing on 25th September supported by Converse, 'When I Walk In Your Shoes' opens to the general public on Friday 26th September, offering fans the chance to join cutting edge artists in paying tribute to a colourful and unique musical talent in the heart of London. All proceeds raised from the sale of Amy inspired artworks and Converse pieces will go to the Amy Winehouse Foundation.

London Westbank Gallery,
133-137 Westbourne Grove,
Notting Hill, London W11 2R.

Visit: http://www.art4amy.co.uk/