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Friday 28 June 8pm – 1am, Free
The Space, Nottingham Contemporary
Broadcast online via tethervision.co.uk and extended into a virtual 2nd room for online clubbing by itsourplayground.com
A night of live electronic music, cocktails, visual art and excess to celebrate the closing of Mark Leckey’s “The Universal Addressability of Dumb Things”
Filed under: Tethervision | Tags: art, broadcasting, discussion, event, made for tv, nottingham, screening, television, tethervision
We’ve been working on two events that are taking place in The Space at Nottingham Contemporary this June:
Friday 14 June, 12pm – 7pm
A screening of artists’ works Made For TV will be presented on monitors in The Space including works by John Hoppy Hopkins, Ilene Segalove, Ann Magnuson, Stuart Marshall, General Idea and Michael Smith.
15 Jun 2013, 2pm – 5pm
Taking the form of a pilot for a TV talk show, invited experts will speak on the subject of artist broadcast include Johan Grimonprez, Kris Paulsen and Colin Perry. This event will be broadcast live online by a specially created artist production crew. Book a space in the audience.
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From the Caretaker’s House. Episode 1
Featuring Dave Charlesworth
Four years ago, the world was startled by the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics, arguably the most impressive visual spectacle of modern times. But amidst the rockets fired to create the perfect weather, the digitally composited footstep fireworks and that ugly child with the perfect voice being hidden away in a broom cupboard, there emerged an element of deception that only became apparent because of mankind’s fondness for suspicion.
On 24 April 1558, Mary, Queen of Scots married François, the Dauphin of France. On 24 April 1704, the first newspaper in the United States, the ‘News-Letter’, was published in Boston, Massachusetts. On 24 April 1967, Vladimir Komarov became the first human fatality during a space mission in the Soviet spacecraft Soyuz 1.
On 24 April 2012, Tethervision will launch Caretakers House, their latest series live at Primary in Nottingham and also streamed live online.
Wake – the first programme in the series features a performance of ‘A Struggle Told 5 Ways’ by London-based artist Dave Charlesworth.
With the analogue to digital switchover, the kindle and the iPad, we are entering the final stages of the inevitable transition to a new, non physical materialism. Wake will mourn this slow passing of the analogue and look to the coming years to be spent with it’s new, energised replacement.
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Join us on 10/10/10 for the opening of the newest space at Tether, the Tethervision Studio, a live event and production space which will be used for a performances, game shows, talks and gigs over the next few months.
With music from The Elreys
The Black Swan screen curated by Beth Bramich
final chance to catch Stuart Croft – Drive In at The Wasp Room and Alia Pathan – Empty Vessels at Max
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The ArtCrawl is a multi-venue, all night event to be held in Nottingham city centre. It will begin at Tether Studios at 8pm, alongside the launch of Murder in the Kremlin at The Wasp Room. Art Crawl guides Andrew Knight and Annette Foster will then take visitors around a number of venues in the city where artworks will be exhibited and experienced.
Artists from across the UK have been selected to show work with an emphasis on interaction and participation.
Featured artists include:
Alexandra Lockett & Ian England
Katie Doubleday & Andrew Brown
Nicky Cary & Antonio DiBenedetto
Pic Pic Andre
We Show Up On Radar
Tom Thomas Club
The tour will conclude at Tether Studios with music, film and a shared breakfast at sunrise (approximately 5am).
Places are limited, so booking is essential. Visit http://www.tether.org.uk or email email@example.com for details and booking.
The ArtCrawl is curated by Timothy Dixon, Katherine Webborn and Matthew Cooper in association with Tether and with support from the Arts Council through the National Lottery.
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May 30th – June 14th
Private View : May 29th, 6-8pm followed by The Art Crawl
For the third and final show in the Wasp Room gallery’s inaugural season of exhibitions, Tether present ‘Murder in the Kremlin’; a tale of espionage, paranoia and death.
In this age of 24‐hour CCTV, where our daily lives are increasingly recorded, newspapers manufacture stories to sell copies and satellite news channels do
anything to keep us watching, who can we trust anymore? Amidst the paranoia and propaganda how can we hope for a simple answer?
With a story slowly unraveling before us, we piece together all we can to make sense of what we see. All that we know for sure is that we are in troubled times.
Collaborating on this large multi‐faceted group installation, Tether will use a variety of methods and media to create frozen moments, or episodes, in an untold narrative, with shades of the Hollywood thriller.
Supported by The National Lottery through Arts Council England and Nottingham Brewery
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Submissions are invited for the Nottingham Launch of the e-publication ‘art art art‘ to be held at Tether Studios in late November 2008. We would like to select 6-8 artists working with live art, performance, and intervention art to realise their work across the evening.
The event will be a chance for the ‘art art art’ team to invite and meet with subscribers and contributors in the East Midlands region, allowing the magazine to grow in response to our readers needs.
Unfortunately there is no fee available for artists involved at present. However, we believe participating artists will benefit from the opportunity of working with Tether and the extra exposure, and networking potential the event will bring. ‘art art art’ currently has over 8200 subscribers with an average 940 visits to the site per month.
Interested artists are required to submit:
- A 50-100 word description of proposed work
- One documentary photo (1meg or less)
- A recent CV including mobile phone number and email address.
The event will take place Thursday 27th November
Proposals should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for proposals is Friday 31st October
Art Art Art is produced by Matt Roberts Arts, a not-for-profit organisation creating opportunities for recent creative graduates and early career artists. For more information and to view the latest issue of Art Art Art please visit: www.artartartgallery.com
Tether Studios consists of a mixture of visual artists who graduated from Nottingham Trent University in July 2007, plus practitioners from other backgrounds, whose interests range from curation, performance and fine arts. Tether formed out of a desire to stay in Nottingham and maintain the work ethic and sense of community that formed whilst studying at NTU.