….wild is the wind…creative freedom is the seed….
Literally it reads: “Noble & elegant, but without purpose”
when: 8th September, 2012 at 8pm at the Red Gallery (Rooftop weather permitting)
Invitation: Open to all.
Beverages:B.Y.O Bring your own.
Location: Red Gallery, 1-3 Rivington Street London, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3DT, 020 7613 3620
Nearest underground station: Old Street
Parking: off of Rivington Street is a car park,or the other side of Great Eastern street is free if you look at the signage
Isn’t it interesting that being able to express oneself artistically; Free from mundane and COMMON mainstream opinions, is the deepest connection between Graffiti as an art form and the 6000 yrs old Chinese pictorial language. I find that both elegant and profound. Once upon a time, the great chinese calligraphers were just hanging around the Imperial Court being “Classy but useless!” (Said of their works by bureaucrats and illiterates alike)…..6000 years later every surname, everyword of the chinese language descended from their scribblings.
Introduction by Decima Francis (MBE)+ Gilda (performed by Claudia Vau )
Followed by a short multimedia visual arts performance installation with Wearable art by Yu titled: FOR YOUR EYES ONLY..for Iprotest Arts Charity London 2012.( Musical arrangements by Ttai Morra, Maurizio Grandolini and Mauro Della Giovampaola )
Details of other Team Rex talk, please visit: www.teamrex.org/events/
Details of the Red Gallery, please visit: http://www.redgallerylondon.com