Hello again thanks for reading!

This newsletter goes out every week, sometimes every two weeks. It promotes underground art events mainly in East London, fine art, live music, and especially everything in between.

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Recommendations on top, some more insider-ish info NO:ID-wise on bottom.

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Tuesday 7 December, 2010, 7-9.30pm, The Polish Centre, 238-246 King Street, Hammersmith. Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Winter Concert 2010. A performance of Seven Jewish Children by the acclaimed playwright Caryl Churchill; a selection of stunning and beautiful Palestinian and Arab music from Nizar Al-Issa, Chafik Kobitti and Samar Al Murr, playing together as the Layali Tarab Arabic Band; performance poet Jean 'Binta' Breeze. Red Cable Sunday. The evening will be compered by journalist and playwright Victoria Brittian. Tickets are on sale now, and proceeds will go to PSC.

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Dec 9th PV / party / pop-up shop at Red Gallery, 3 Rivington ST. EC2 - until 1am - The Shop that fell to earth. From an urban wasteland, a spacecraft lands. Unsighted and steal blades cut deep into the ground, breath hot, metallic taste while electric sweat caresses, nicotine patches. Abducted by aliens, time capsule and forgotten glory. Perspex feelings and fashion injected into fluorescent veins, black raven perched. fly my friend.... tell them we have returned. Designers: Charles of London, Yes! Future!, Bol$hie, Felicity Hayward Vintage, OPAP23, The Drag Friend Crew. Artists: Jason Atomic, Alice Dyba. DJ'S: Chirs Flatline, Billa. Jason Atomic live sketching.

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Private View Friday 10th December 2010, 6.30- 9.00pm: SLIP: Pull back/De-enhance 230. Laura Buckley, Maria Taniguchi, Adam Thompson. In Laure Buckley’s films scenes of everyday life are transported to an extramundane dimension by the psychedelic process of her practice. Maria Taniguchi avoids tangible subject matter unless it has been processed through a much wider network. Adam Thompson distances himself from hands-on making excavating found debris and the stuff of the everyday. The Esper Machine, a voice-controlled computer, analyses a photograph by revealing a three dimensional capture of an event. SLIP Sensor Part I and II is accompanied by a newly published text, ‘The Abstract Object’ by writer and independent curator Francesco Pedraglio.

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Sunday 12th December 2pm, Colorama - 52-56 Lancaster Street, London SE1 ORY. "Squattastic" - Calling All Squatters! Bring your ideas and favourite dish to share. Starting at 2pm with a legal update on the current squatting situation, this event is a chance for everyone to meet, start plotting and take action in response to the current 'rumours' that the Con-Dem-coaltion want to strengthen trespass laws. Dinner at 7pm, followed by inspiring film projections.

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Friday 17th December, 6pm – 10.00pm, GHost III. St. John Church on Bethnal Green, 200 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA.Artist films, performances and moving image interventions in the lofty shadows of this atmospheric church, hosts and guests become Ghost-hunters. Warming seasonal drinks will be served. Nichola Bruce, Gail Burton & Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly with The East London Secular Choir, Antonia Carrara, Jo David & Alex Baker & Kit Poulson, Rebecca Feiner, Romeo Grünfelder, Michelle Hannah, Simon Hollington & Kypros Kyprianou, Theo Kaccoufa, Miyuki Kasahara, Output Arts, Matt Rowe, Manuel Saiz, Sabine Schöbel, David Secombe & Andrew Martin, Sarah Sparkes, Kate Squires, Ricarda Vidal, The Reverend Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly, The Phantom Organist, The Daughters of Gef, Neil Wissink . The exhibition can be viewed throughout the night 6pm – 10.00pm and the film screenings in the nave start at 8.30 pm.

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OKAY NEWS ON NOID GALLERY. The little venue we've been using to showcase solo and group shows, at 31 Commercial Road, got flooded, so we have decided to abandon the place. Unless somebody wants to take it on. We are hence a homeless gallery again.

We focus meanwhile on a re-make of our website; the idea is to create a larger network, such as homeless / squat gallery network.

If you want to get in touch, have a project, offer a job or venue, or want to donate, please don't be shy...!

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http://privateviews.co.uk/ is our featured website this time. Run by somebody without ID, mixed messages about cooperation, but a useful site, trying to catch up Richard Martin's work. Go for it, we say!

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http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

please check and comment!

Also: http://noidgallery.net/ follow the links...

All the best, as usual!

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East London, a gallery, and a question of identity, and is working equally with fine arts, performance arts, and musicians. Hello again thanks for reading!

This newsletter goes out every week, sometimes every two weeks. It promotes underground art events mainly in East London, fine art, live music, and especially everything in between.

===========================

Recommendations on top, some more insider-ish info NO:ID-wise on bottom.

===========================

Tuesday 7 December, 2010, 7-9.30pm, The Polish Centre, 238-246 King Street, Hammersmith. Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Winter Concert 2010. A performance of Seven Jewish Children by the acclaimed playwright Caryl Churchill; a selection of stunning and beautiful Palestinian and Arab music from Nizar Al-Issa, Chafik Kobitti and Samar Al Murr, playing together as the Layali Tarab Arabic Band; performance poet Jean 'Binta' Breeze. Red Cable Sunday. The evening will be compered by journalist and playwright Victoria Brittian. Tickets are on sale now, and proceeds will go to PSC.

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Dec 9th PV / party / pop-up shop at Red Gallery, 3 Rivington ST. EC2 - until 1am - The Shop that fell to earth. From an urban wasteland, a spacecraft lands. Unsighted and steal blades cut deep into the ground, breath hot, metallic taste while electric sweat caresses, nicotine patches. Abducted by aliens, time capsule and forgotten glory. Perspex feelings and fashion injected into fluorescent veins, black raven perched. fly my friend.... tell them we have returned. Designers: Charles of London, Yes! Future!, Bol$hie, Felicity Hayward Vintage, OPAP23, The Drag Friend Crew. Artists: Jason Atomic, Alice Dyba. DJ'S: Chirs Flatline, Billa. Jason Atomic live sketching.

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Private View Friday 10th December 2010, 6.30- 9.00pm: SLIP: Pull back/De-enhance 230. Laura Buckley, Maria Taniguchi, Adam Thompson. In Laure Buckley’s films scenes of everyday life are transported to an extramundane dimension by the psychedelic process of her practice. Maria Taniguchi avoids tangible subject matter unless it has been processed through a much wider network. Adam Thompson distances himself from hands-on making excavating found debris and the stuff of the everyday. The Esper Machine, a voice-controlled computer, analyses a photograph by revealing a three dimensional capture of an event. SLIP Sensor Part I and II is accompanied by a newly published text, ‘The Abstract Object’ by writer and independent curator Francesco Pedraglio.

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Sunday 12th December 2pm, Colorama - 52-56 Lancaster Street, London SE1 ORY. "Squattastic" - Calling All Squatters! Bring your ideas and favourite dish to share. Starting at 2pm with a legal update on the current squatting situation, this event is a chance for everyone to meet, start plotting and take action in response to the current 'rumours' that the Con-Dem-coaltion want to strengthen trespass laws. Dinner at 7pm, followed by inspiring film projections.

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Friday 17th December, 6pm – 10.00pm, GHost III. St. John Church on Bethnal Green, 200 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9PA.Artist films, performances and moving image interventions in the lofty shadows of this atmospheric church, hosts and guests become Ghost-hunters. Warming seasonal drinks will be served. Nichola Bruce, Gail Burton & Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly with The East London Secular Choir, Antonia Carrara, Jo David & Alex Baker & Kit Poulson, Rebecca Feiner, Romeo Grünfelder, Michelle Hannah, Simon Hollington & Kypros Kyprianou, Theo Kaccoufa, Miyuki Kasahara, Output Arts, Matt Rowe, Manuel Saiz, Sabine Schöbel, David Secombe & Andrew Martin, Sarah Sparkes, Kate Squires, Ricarda Vidal, The Reverend Marc Vaulbert de Chantilly, The Phantom Organist, The Daughters of Gef, Neil Wissink . The exhibition can be viewed throughout the night 6pm – 10.00pm and the film screenings in the nave start at 8.30 pm.

===========================

OKAY NEWS ON NOID GALLERY. The little venue we've been using to showcase solo and group shows, at 31 Commercial Road, got flooded, so we have decided to abandon the place. Unless somebody wants to take it on. We are hence a homeless gallery again.

We focus meanwhile on a re-make of our website; the idea is to create a larger network, such as homeless / squat gallery network.

If you want to get in touch, have a project, offer a job or venue, or want to donate, please don't be shy...!

===========================

http://privateviews.co.uk/ is our featured website this time. Run by somebody without ID, mixed messages about cooperation, but a useful site, trying to catch up Richard Martin's work. Go for it, we say!

===========================

http://promotion.noidgallery.net/

please check and comment!

Also: http://noidgallery.net/ follow the links...

All the best, as usual!

NO:ID

NO:ID is a network of artists in East London, a gallery, and a question of identity, and is working equally with fine arts, performance arts, and musicians.

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