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Y3K 'No Soul For Sale'

No Soul For Sale TATE Modern, London

14th-16th May 2010

To celebrate Tate Modern’s 10th anniversary, the gallery will host No Soul For Sale – A Festival of Independents. The festival will bring together over 70 of the world’s most exciting independent art spaces, non-profit organizations and artists’ collectives, from Shanghai to Rio de Janeiro, to take over the iconic Turbine Hall with an eclectic mix of cutting-edge arts events, performances, music and film on 14-16 May 2010. 

Ranging from monumental structures to witty interventions, epic performances to interactive installations, participants will exhibit alongside each other without partitions or walls, creating a pop-up village of global art for visitors to explore. All participants will host a live event of their choice on the dedicated performance space on the Turbine Hall bridge, ranging from talks and screenings to performances (schedule will be announced soon).

Christopher L G Hill will talk about Y3K, and perform vocal abstractions as Moffarfarrah between 1-1:30 on Saturday 15th ON the stage area of the Turbine Hall.

Y3K will be presenting a chair, a cloth, a sculpture, a publication, a video,, a business card and a flower.

Involving Tahi Moore, f f I X X e d, James Deutsher, Christopher L G Hill and publications from Y3K, Matt Hinkley, Dan Arps, Fiona Connor + Kate Newby + Simon Denny, Josh Petherck + Christopher L G Hill + Evergreen.

Daniel Munn 'The Hand of Man'

The Hand of Man
Education - Lecture
Saturday, 08 May 2010
14:00 - 16:00
205 Young St.
Fitzroy, Australia
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Please join us on the 8th of May at 2:00pm for artist talks by Lisa
Radford with Kati Rule, Alex Martinis Roe with Emily Cormack and Fiona
Macdonald, Georgie Roxby Smith, and Masato Takasaka and pick up a copy
of the show poster featuring new interviews with Guy Benfield and Pat
Foster & Jen Berean.
Talks are held in conjunction with an exhibition of work from Daniel
Munn and Huffer with Miss Crabb which will run from Thursday 6 May to
Saturday 8 May during normal gallery hours of 12-6pm. Please note
there will be no opening event for this exhibition.
For more information on Y3K visit http://y3kgallery.blogspot.com/
Image: The Hand of Man, 1902; photogravure by Alfred Stieglitz.

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Special thanks to Huffer, Miss Crabb, and RMIT.

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