The show is one day only, August 24, and runs from 11am-5pm at Tate Modern’s new space, The Tanks.
Tracey Moberly’s latest book, TEXT-ME-UP!
published by Beautiful Books.
Show features Kirsty Hawkshaw (ex-Opus III and collaborator on Orbital’s classic “Halcyon”), ex-Cabaret Voltaire’s Stephen Mallinder with his collective Wrangler; The Pop Group’s Mark Stewart now part of the New Banalists; the Human League and Heaven 17’s Martyn Ware in an instagram collaboration with his daughter Elena; TV presenter and journalist Kirsty Allison; Damian Alban’s African Express co-founder Steve Budd; Blur’s ex-manager and Teardrop Explodes Dave Balfe; to name a few. In the cross-platform work duos and acting debuts’ feature unexpected roles for the unlikely, from Captain Sensible to Goldie Lookin’ Chain’s Eggsy. Also: Alka, Drexciyan DJ Stingray 313, The Multi-Purpose Solution, Phil Ritz, Jason Carr, Ki Ra, Maya Moksha, Dev79, Chris Moss Acid, Reggie Watts, Marie A. Roberts, David Liebe Hart, C Sides, Helium Ointment, and Calla Donofrio amongst many others are sharing their work. Contributors come from as far afield as Eastern Siberia, Uzbekistan, New Jersey, Haiti, Trinidad and Japan.
Tracey Moberly kindly invited Evan Wilder to help get artists involved through social networking, TWEET-ME-UP! at Undercurrent: Young People’s Festival at Tate Modern’s The Tanks: Art In Action.
Cloud People contributed 2 new installments in the Wild & Shit series: #17 PLUR & #19 Whistlin’ Wild.
At Work supplied the new video to “Indiscernible Structures”—a song from the latest album, A Very Slow Collapse.