Monday, 23 February 2015
Sat 28 Feb - The Live-Work Crisis in London with Calum F. Kerr
Calum F. Kerr and invited guests discuss the live-work artist crisis in London and the Dalston Underground studios.
Brian Guest is the co-founder and general secretary of S.P.A.R, the Society for the Preservation of Admirable Rubble (S.P.AR) he will talk about the developers art of demolition and S.P.A.R's campaign to preserve the rubble of fallen buildings across the UK. The Society fights to keep the rubble created from bulldozing peoples homes and businesses on display. Their definition of Admirable Rubble is: Rubble that embodies all the qualities of the demolished building so meriting a portion being retained as a reminder of its existence even after a new building is in its place.For the latest reports from the Society see: www.preserveadmirablerubble.com - S.P.A.R gladly accept photos of admirable rubble from non-members.
Brian Guest appears courtesy of artist and performer Calum F Kerr - www.vimeo.com/calumfkerr
Brian Guest at S.P.A.R Centre Camden, “Rhizome’0002 “The Indian Summer” at the Camden Image Gallery from 17th – 20th October 2014. Curated by Geraldine Gallavardin
Brian Guest and the S.P.A.R logo
with Matteo Besana and Alice Foster.
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