We’ve got some wonderful line-up additions to Making Uncovered on Saturday.
Our friends at The Thought Menu have brought together what promises to be a really interesting session exploring the intersection of technology, art, making and DIY. Talks will cover subjects from pinhole camera kits to Arduinos and DIY drones to large scale kinetic sculptures and the intriguing concept of “unmaking”. Have a look at the programme here.
The Thought Menu is at 6-7pm on the first floor of the Brixton East gallery.
We also have the incredible Bethia Beadman joining us for an acoustic session in the evening. Bethia’s music combines the intensity of PJ Harvey with the Lynchian glamour of Lana Del Ray and the doomed romanticism of Nick Cave. She has played festivals from Glastonbury to the Isle of Wight, supported Pete Doherty and toured in Courtney Love’s band. Have a listen here.
Also in the music section are A P Clarke and Gaia Marcus. A P Clarke is a long established musician on the London scene, playing an intense yet beautiful take on folk. Gaia, meanwhile, has been perfecting her rich style in the jazz and blues venues of the city. Together they will perform a playful mix of duets drawn from their wide set of influences.
Music starts straight after the talks, at 7pm, also on the first floor of the venue.
We’ve also released some more tickets – in the expectation that some of those who’d booked won’t show up. Snap them up 🙂
See you Saturday!