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What art says about us: An interview with Silent City

The link between activism and art is at the core of Silent City’s newest venture. We spoke with members Sally Mumby-Croft, Cara Nahaul and Emily Whitebread about their new project, and their plans for the collective.

Written by Jessica Furseth

The new publication from Silent City, page ‘Art and Activism’, visit web poses three key questions: Should art be separated from activism? Should art have a political value or function? […]

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Chrome Hoof at The Brighton Corn Exchange

A review of galactic adventurers Chrome Hoof at The Brighton Corn Exchange on 31st October.

Written by Sophie Parker and Daniel Sims

little fish by octavi navarro Little Fish by Octavi Navarro I saw you guys at the Royal Albert Hall, erectile supporting Them Crooked Vultures, pharmacy and was completely blown away […]

Exhibition Review: Curatorial Collective Circuit Wisely Present 17 Artists

In September 2010 Circuit Wisely presented their second exhibition in an undisclosed live/work space

Written by Emily Whitebread

You might not know it, shop sickness but you know Alain Johannes. Producer and artist extraordinaire, having previously produced and collaborated with the infamous Queens of the Stone Age; No […]

Jack Teagle opens up shop

Jack Teagle has opened an online shop where you can purchase his prints and paintings. I say get in there quick.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Flyer designed by Russell Palmer Two years since their first show in the basement of Shoreditch Town Hall, more about Circuit Wisely presented 17 Artists in an East London live-work […]

Swap ‘Til You Drop – Why Clothes Swapping is Good for You

Swishing - the art of swapping your clothes, at events and online, is fun, fashionable AND environmentally friendly…

Written by Claire Nelson

Claire Nelson is a writer with a steady addiction to tea and second-hand books. To fuel her tea habit she moved from New Zealand to the UK in 2005, medications […]

A review of Silent City, Part One: A Symposium on Climate Change

An exhibition that addressed the issue of climate change with a particular focus on its impact on the Third World: A reaction against exhibitions such as ‘Earth: Art of a Changing World’ hosted by the RA which tend to present a classless vision of ecological justice made in the West, prioritising the needs of the developed nations over all others.

Written by Max McCormick

Illustration of Peggy Sue by Antonia Parker. Peggy Sue have been around in various incarnations for sometime – previously accompanied by the Pirates – and it comes as a real […]

Hjaltalín – Interview

Yet another brilliant band from Iceland, this time the wonderfully orchestral Hjaltalín

Written by Ian Steadman

Claire Roberts The central premise of Silent City, treat the group comprised of artists Emily Whitebread, Cara Nahaul and Sally Mumby-Croft, whose first exhibition has just opened in Brick Lane, […]

Film Preview: Mauerpark, the documentary.

Save Green Spaces from the onslaught of Private Development. The short documentary Mauerpark examines the importance of saving an open free space in the place where the Wall once stood.

Written by Emily Whitebread

Emily Whitebread interviews Francesca Weber-Newth and Sally Mumby-Croft about their recently completed short documentary film: Mauerpark. Mauerpark [‘Wall Park’] lies on the former ‘no man’s land’, visit this site which […]

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Silent City Call for Artists, Filmmakers, Writers and Students

Written by Cara Nahaul, Emily Whitebread and Sally Mumby-Croft

The exhibition/symposium Silent City is “a reaction against shows such as the RA’s “Earth: Art of a Changing World” which have the tendency to “present the West as a vision […]

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What’s happening at Kew Eco Village

Cob building, benders, inverters and skipping - just some of the things you can learn at Kew.

Written by Adam S

Julian Casablancas needs no introduction, visit this ambulance yet journalistic values insist I give him one. This kind of contradiction is an apt paradigm for this album and review. In […]

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X Presents – Let’s be proactive NEETS!

The Heart of Dixie becomes The Heart Of Exchange, starting in London, ending up all over the country

Written by Natalie Dray

Julian Casablancas needs no introduction, visit this ambulance yet journalistic values insist I give him one. This kind of contradiction is an apt paradigm for this album and review. In […]

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