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SHOT PINT RIOT

Taking it’s title from successive suggestions in predictive text, ‘Shot Pint Riot’ unites a disparate group of artists committed to communicating directly – artists making use of text, or working with/presenting imagery that has a message beyond sloganeering. Art that has something to say even if it’s not always easy or comfortable to read.
JORDAN MCKENZIE, Rich People Are Boring

Taking its title from successive suggestions in predictive text, ‘Shot Pint Riot’ unites a disparate group of artists committed to communicating directly – artists making use of text, or working with/presenting imagery that has a message beyond sloganeering. Art that has something to say even if it’s not always easy or comfortable to read.

Featuring: Peter Bond, Christine Binnie, Jennifer Binnie, Jim Brook, Daniel Devlin, Steven Emmanuel, Warren Garland, Stephen Harwood, Kevin Harrison, Sadie Hennessy, David Hoyle, Keran James, Wilma Johnson, Lady Lucy, Jordan McKenzie, Nicholas Moore, Pascal RoussonScott Robertson, Paul Sakoilsky

SHOT PINT RIOT, 5th – 29th January 2023, studio1-1.co.uk

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