Art Performance tonight Thursday 17th January @LondonArtFair : Steven Dickie ‘The Uncanny’
PERFORMANCE Steven Dickie, The Uncanny Antisage, 2013 6.30 pm Tonight at the London Art Fair
Steven Dickie is unveiling a spoken word and sonic performance piece entitled The Uncanny Antisage as part of the London Art Fair’s performance programme. The performance will start tonight at 6.30pm and is featuring in the Talks Theatre on Level 2 of the Business Design Centre, Islington.
The performance will present Dickie’s continued exploration of human knowledge. Conflating the ‘Wise Old Man’ and ‘Fool’ archetypes the artist will disclose some of his own shortcomings as well as reveal aptitudes in his own understanding of the world, all to a live soundscape by Stuart Bannister.
Hoxton Art Gallery are exhibiting at stand P14 of the Art Projects section of the fair. This year the gallery is presenting works by six of their represented artists; Beatrice Haines, HaYoung Kim, Julia Vogl, Nadine Feinson, Nadine Mahoney and Steven Dickie.
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