I told you there was something in the air

I told you there was something in the air is the second of our show forming part of the offsite programme for Turner Contemporary’s major exhibition Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’, which explores the significance of T.S. Eliot’s poem The Waste Land through the visual arts. This show by Jessica Jordan-Wrench with dotdash is an immersive installation about static. Featuring road trips, radios and mirror balls, splintered voice and blistered paint. dotdash are a noisy performance company based in Margate. They frequently work outside of … Read more I told you there was something in the air

Little Cooking Pot New Year Supperclub

The next of Sarah Cotterell’s regular vegan / vegetarian supper clubs here at H&F will be on Thursday 25th January. It might be Burn’s Night, but Sarah is inviting you to “Start the new year filled with good luck and prosperity with the next ‘Little Cooking Pot’ Supperclub. We’ll whisk you around the world with auspicious dishes believed to bring luck and prosperity for the year to come. From Chinese dumplings, Japanese soba noodles and Burmese Kiribath & pickles, you’re guaranteed to start the new … Read more Little Cooking Pot New Year Supperclub

Eye of the Needle

Hantverk & Found are delighted to present Eye of the Needle by Tim Meacham. The show forms part of the offsite programme for Turner Contemporary’s major exhibition Journeys with ‘The Waste Land’, which explores the significance of T.S. Eliot’s poem The Waste Land through the visual arts. Tim Meacham’s Eye of the Needle explores TS Eliot’s relationship with the mechanical sound recording of the gramophone, making particular reference to its role in The Waste Land in providing the machine mediated sound track of modernity. The … Read more Eye of the Needle