GOSEE: Lebanese artist, actor and playwright, Rabih Mroue presents ‘The Pixelated Revolution’ @Whitechapel Gallery

“Syrians are filming their own death”, are the first lines of the ‘Pixelated Revolution’ performance. A type of performance piece which aims to study the various tips and directions on mobile phone documentation, as shared via the medium of Facebook and other virtual communication tools during the first year’s events of the Syrian revolution. Come early to catch the live talk with the artist!

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Bethan Huws at the Whitechapel Gallery Review by Rachel Bennett

Bethan Huws’ installation at the Whitechapel Gallery erects walls which simultaneously obscure and elucidate the work of Marcel Duchamp, and, in a wider context, the personal experience viewing art. A series of text based pieces which are concerned with context and interpretation, Huws’ work invokes a deceptive objectivity which gives way to wider questions of […]

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Keeping it Real: An Exhibition in 4 Acts: Act 3: Current Disturbance Opening friday 17th December

17 December 2010 – 6 March 2011 Gallery 7 Current Disturbance is a room-filling environment made from stacked wire cages, light bulbs and the amplified sound of electric currents. As the bulbs light up and fade out at irregular intervals, they sporadically illuminate the surrounding room and the unruly mass of wiring covering the floor. […]

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