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Hackney WickED Retrospex Art Preview Wednesday July 4th 2012


Hackney WickED takes a trip down Memory Lane in a curatorial season of reflection.

Digging through 5 years of history in the making and excavating the beloved fragments that have made Hackney WickED the ROCK in the rubble.

This installment will see Hackney WickED putting on the RITZ to host a curated exhibition that will REFLECT and PROJECT the components parts that have built the wick collective conscience from 2008 to date. Artists have been nominated by the entire Hackney WickED crew, curated by
Laura-May Lewis and Simon Reuben-White:

Esther Ainsworth,Greta Alfaro ,Doug Burton ,Alex Chinneck,Melanie Clifford ,Oliver David ,Helga Dorothea,Noam Edry ,Pil & Galia Kollectiv ,Stephen Gill,Charlie Hope,Steve Jones,Bill Leslie,Alexis Milne,Lu Lyndon,Christina Mitrense,Aimee Neat,Leigh Niland,Laura Oldfield,Ford Haruka Ono,Jonas Ranson,Erica Scourti,Henry Stringer,Reuben Sutherland,Minnie Weisz,Ben Woodeson, Fantich & Young

Live music from very SPECIAL guests
Sound performance by Melanie Clifford and light installation by Lemon Curd Lighting
Exhibition continues : 5th – 22nd July 2012 12pm-5pm Thurs-Sunday at Elevator Gallery

Retrospex Part 1 will be the first installment of a series of curatoral projects
Exclusive PREVIEW takes place on Wed 4th July 2012 from 6pm with live performance rsvp@hackneywicked.co.uk

Keep checking the website for upcoming events…
Elevator Gallery Mother Studios Queen’s Yard White Post Lane Hackney Wick E9 5EN



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