A brand new pop up exhibition this October in London. Starring Yuki Sait.
BASH Creations, 65 – 71 Scrutton Street, London, EC2A 4PJ
9th October: Launch – invite only 6-9pm.
10th, 11th October: Public opening. 12 – 6pm
Tilt is a brand new pop up exhibition for London, a platform for digital artists, photographers, filmmakers established and new of specific persuasions to showcase their designs alongside light and sound installations to the public. Creatively directed by Suishi Productions in collaboration with Bash Creations.
Supported by the Institute of Contemporary Arts A-Frame programme, Tilt is a winning proposal of the Incentivising Innovation fund which took place in May 2009. Participants were asked to begin to address current problems and trends, across corporate and creative sub-sectors. Through a series of collaborative exercises, participants were asked to come up with ideas in response to these, as products, services and/or solutions. The Tilt concept highly impressed the panel, winning funding from ICA and A Frame to fund the exhibition which will run over three parts and 12 months, and will showcase the work of cutting edge artists of all genres in an audio/visual space. Works will be displayed in a multi-platform arena using video, slides, stills and music as well as physical shows of photography and bespoke wigs.
Tracie Storey is inspired by Underworlds ‘artjam’ exhibition, a project she co-ordinated at the Jacobson Howard gallery in New York last year. As a music producer and dj, Tracie has been involved in the Music industry in a business and creative capacity for over 10 years. Having worked with Ninja Tune’s Coldcut and Hexstatic in their ‘ramjam’ interactive music and sound installation events over the years, she’s no stranger to events which slightly tweak ones’ perception. Her collaborative partner Joseph Oliver from Bash Creations runs a very successful creative agency and events production whose sole mandate is to lighten the ecological footprint of the British entertainment industry.
Bash is an ethical events and marketing company. The organisation’s primary mandate is to lighten the ecological footprint of the entertainment industry and the British public as a whole. BASH ultimately strives to bring environmentally friendlier ways of doing things to the mainstream, with the goal of introducing consumers to sustainable practices through the media, events, and advertising. Our clients include the Royal Society of the Arts, Department of Culture, Media and Sport, Greater London Authority, London School of Economics, and London Sustainable Development Commission.
Tilt is a 3 part event, with a theme to each part. The first of which is Light & Colour (October 2009). The exhibition will take place in a white space in the heart of Shoreditch.
Expect to see: Prints for sale. Projections of digital art, short films, music installations, light installations, baroque wigs as featured in Selfridges window displays by Yukiness.
“Tilt …brings together highly creative personalities under one roof to push the creative envelope and create an energy of artistic fusion…….imagine the scent of a prism infused brew emanating from a melting pot of sonics and visuals, sprinkled delicately with light and colour and decorated by Geishas wearing beautiful Baroque wigs: sauntering, real-life objects of desire. ……..”
Following an exclusive, invitation-only launch night on Friday 9th October the exhibition will run for two days, closing on 11th October. The guest list for the launch night will read like a who’s who of the creative world, including opinion formers from online and print media, artists, buyers, DJs and other influential A-Frame contacts all enjoying a sumptuous multimedia feast of colour and light.
Tilt Part 1 – Light & Colour – October 2009.
Tilt Part 2 - spring 2010
Tilt Part 3 - autumn 2010
The Institute of Contemporary Arts A-Frame is an established programme of talks, workshops and mentoring partnerships developed for a special network of the UK’s most outstanding cultural and corporate leaders. A-Frame is being supported by both the prestigious, Treasury-backed Cultural Leadership Programme, and the National endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts (NESTA).