Archive for October, 2009

Marauding Mutoid ladies bring the fire at Halloween!

Posted in Video with tags , , , on October 30, 2009 by jack lomax

Another taste of Halloween only at One Foot this week end, this time from Quantumleap Media

Blood sweat and gear oil from Mr Wrekage

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , on October 28, 2009 by mutate

WREX BLOOD

Eelus print now available online

Posted in Art, one foot in the grove with tags , , , , , on October 28, 2009 by mutate

eelus_print

New Screen Print release from Eelus for Mutate ‘One Foot in the Grove’.

‘Nesting’  will be available to buy at the show from this weekend or can be ordered on line from www.eelus.com. This 6 colour screen print is an edition of 150 and will cost £150.

eelus_muatetbritain1 eelus2

Wreckage takes the scalpal to Jennifer Crouch

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on October 28, 2009 by mutate

wrekage_intreview_JENCROUCH

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jenism
www.fbbb.co.uk
www.handmadeandbound.com

Brand new Mode 2 timelapse

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on October 27, 2009 by jack lomax

Excellent new video of Mode 2 painting from our mate Charlie Inman, thanks Charlie!

This Friday – DON LETT’S Carnival! film screening

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , on October 27, 2009 by mutate

This Friday night we will be screening Carnival! a film by the now a Grammy award-winning director and music legend DON LETT’s. The documentary features previously unseen archive, a wonderful soundtrack and interviews and tells the incredible story of Europes biggest street party the Notting Hill Carnival. Wonderful interviews, unseen archive and an amazing soundtrack combine to chart the history of this celebration of multicultural London!

“The first definitive film about the Notting Hill Carnival” – The Independent

“A must-see film.. incredible soundtrack” – Realscreen

‘TAKING IT BACK’

Posted in Art, one foot in the grove with tags , , , , , , on October 27, 2009 by mutate

takingitback_mutatebritain

Since the day the huge concrete arches supporting the iconic West Way were built, they have been a canvas for graffiti in all it’s forms, from political and social expression to tagging, pieces and productions and now the wonders of ONE FOOT IN THE GROVE.

Alongside legends such as Mode2 of The Chrome Angelz, Cazbee, Non Stop Art, Rio, Coma and the local writers and crews  and all those that visited from afar to spend hours in the derelict lawless no-mans land created a legacy that will never cease to inspire. The Westway’s walls and spots around the local area such as Westbourne park pit are now cited as a birthplace of British graffiti/street art culture.

Bringing together the individuals and crews that are part of that during 84-89 ‘Taking it Back’ is a re-union for those that made their mark on the capital over two decades ago. Featuring images, footage and more from the archives. A big thanks to

STEAM156 the founder of aerosol planet is one of the UK’s most dedicated individuals documenting graffiti around the world for over 26 years. He cites Westbourne Park as one of his all time favourite places to visit. “It blew me away walking over the bridge back in 84/85 and seeing the famous wall by the Chrome Angelz on one of my first visits to their. This was a magical place each week i would find new walls every week there was just so many amazing artists all painting in that area. Nonstop Art, Foam, Rio2, Cazbee, Skam, Coma, Hate, Chris, the talent was endless. I am glad I survived my visits to that place and lived to tell the tale it was at times a risky place to visit.” Since that time he has been heavily involved within the global graffiti community, travelling the world meeting the kings of the cities he visited. Check out his archive of images at www.aerosolplanet.com

Tabernacle graffiti project started in 1987, run by Jenny and Winston as a youth club project funded by London Arts. With the permission of Notting Hill housing trust the project was commissioned to paint most of the large wall murals around the Grove. It held two exhibitions at the Tabernacle, filmed as a part of a community video documentary called Westway. The project finished in 1989, when Sandra and Mark became voluntary artists in residence. They carried on running the graffiti project until 1994, working with London Union of Youth Clubs, documenting various community and youth graffiti projects as well as graffiti festivals and exhibitions in Britain and Europe.

Photo by  Fade2 – Nonstop art