HR favourites Give Up Art and photographer Shaun Bloodworth are busy preparing for new exhibition Rinse: A Visual Retrospective – a ten-day exhibit staged to celebrate the design and photography of the seminal London-based radio station and record label, featuring the work of both creatives.
The event will be held at the Truman Brewery Gallery – shop 14, Hanbury Street, London for 10 days from 12th to 21st of August, falling on the 10th anniversary of the world famous, Rinse-afflilated FWD club night, which is held on 20th August. Big.
This October, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians are setting out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland and document our experiences with the landscape, residents and traditions we encounter. The end result, a beautifully packaged box set of the film and companion soundtrack, will be released to backers of the project as a physical artifact of the unique and awe-inspiring experience.
The project — anchored by internationally renowned photographers Tim Navis + Kim Høltermand and aided by film collective Scenic and composer Deru — will be unique in its improvisational spirit.
Thomas Adam is an Edinburgh-based artist who employs low-tech techniques to examine ideas of the medium within a physical manner, in an attempt to blur the lines between the established concepts of drawing, the physical and the metaphysical.
Amongst the vast amounts of lovely work created by Bas de Boer is the newly launched House of Demin project, an initiative to set up a platform for Craftsmanship & Sustainability for denim in Amsterdam.
Anyone in London this week should check out a little pop exhibit by Zissou on for the next few days at Adam Street Members Club, The Strand, London, featuring a selection of the artists recent oils laser printed 3D sculptures. Cheers for the email.