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events / news / things that are going to happen...

18 - 20/08/21 : Release of THE BUTTERFLY DREAM by Rachel Adeline Holmes
Exhibition and Book Launch at Hundred Years Gallery:
Wednesday 18th August, 17:30: exhibition opening (online preview from 16:00 BST)
Thursday 19th August, 12:00-18:00: exhibition
Friday 20th August:
12:00-19:00: exhibition
17:00: book launch
17:30: film screening "Son of the Root"
18:00: reading and performance
More info coming soon.

 

COMING SOON COMING SOON COMING SOON.......

20/08/2021: BOOK RELEASE OF RACHEL ADELINE HOLMES' THE BUTTERFLY DREAM

Inspired by the central motif of an amnesiac dancer who discovers she is a doll, and Elijah the toymaker who chokes on his laughter and ascends to heaven, Rachel's stories and artworks explore the metamorphic dream space of forgetting, remembering and becoming. Accompanied by Rachel's skilled artwork.

Rachel Holmes will also be hosting an exhibition and event on the 20/08/2021 at Hundred Years Gallery in East London. More info here.

The book trailer is an animation crafted by Rachel herself, enjoy!

JUST RELEASED...... NEW RELEASES.........

15/07/2021: RE-RELEASE OF BARRY WILSON'S LEPUS. More info here

Lepus,.. A poetry sequence that asks what it is to exist, via a journey of ongoing self-realisation and self-implosion. A rural backdrop and a dark cityscape where reality and fantasy refuse to comply ... instead we get restlessness, fallibility and yearning.

Artwork by Lucy Wilkinson

GREAT WORKS / Oscar Mardell. More info here

Great Works consists of thirteen poems, each about a different freezing works in Aotearoa New Zealand. Satirising the colonial-pastoral mythologies through which the local landscape has often been interpreted, the collection gives due attention to an industry which, in spite of its centrality to the nation's economic history, has remained conspicuously absent from its art and literature. Here, as in Batailles, 'the slaughterhouse is linked to religion': Great Works offers a darkly-comic view of sacrifice and slaughter in 'God's Own Country'.