The Revolution Will Be Ceramicised

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on December 14, 2009 by mutate

The Revolution Will Be Ceramicised… least under the Westway!! This Wednesday, 16th Dec at 7pm.

Carrie Reichardt aka The Baroness and Miquita Oliver will unveil the UK’s most radical ceramic mural at Mutate Britain’s ‘One Foot Under the Grove’ exhibition. Artists from The Treatment Rooms Collective along side volunteers from the local community have spent the last few weeks making a huge new mural in a previously unused space under the Westway, next to Portobello market.

You are invited to come along and help us celebrate this important new addition of public art to one of London’s most culturally significant neighbourhoods. This mural is made in loving memory of two of our fallen comrades, Evie Doggart and Ed Maiden. We are hoping that members of their families will be present as we unveil plaques for them. We will also have a flash mob punk choir present to sing at the event. Please come along, support our work and see cutting edge craftivism in action.

With thanks Carrie Reichardt aka The Baroness Co-Founder of the Treatment Rooms – The UK’s only ceramic house of resistance.


One foot in the grove – Limited edtion print

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on December 10, 2009 by mutate

This iconic piece of poster artwork created by original Mutoid Wreckage is now available online at our brand spanking new online shop. Wreckage loves nothing more than taking apart all manor of machinery and then reassembling it in a far more interesting way. His love of all things mechanical along with his passion for vintage comics is evident in his work, roll up roll up for this piece of MuTATE history!

Signed and numbered by the artist
Edition: 50
Size: A2
Price: £95 + VAT

Click here to get your hands on one!

Lovely Innit – Fashion show 19th Dec

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on December 10, 2009 by mutate

Brought to you by the fabulous… Rachel Freire and Conchita Perez


Posted in Art, News with tags , , , , , , , on December 5, 2009 by mutate

Kind words from Bitchbuzz “The experience is pretty much like stepping out of a quite dull London night and into a steampunk wonderland.”

‘One foot in the grove’ Winter exhibition

Posted in Art, one foot in the grove with tags , , , , , , , , , , on November 25, 2009 by mutate

Here is the flyer for the winter exhibition, spread the word to one and all…

ONE FOOT IN THE GROVE ‘Christmas special’

‘One Foot in the Grove’ is back from the 4th of December.

Our festival of underground art provides a welcoming, inclusive and visually astounding experience for all ages in an atmospheric 12,000 square foot setting just off Portobello Road. Walk amongst giant sculptures, installations and unique artwork and hang out for good times at our licensed bar with proper music and delicious grub.

The gallery room offers exclusive posters, prints, originals, sculptures, photography, clothing and object d’art that make perfect prezzies for you and your discerning friends and family. We provide that much needed alternative to the Xmas chaos of Oxford Street – so don’t miss out on the best show in town.

Full dates and opening times below. We look forwarding to seeing you in December!

Opening times:

Opens December 4th to December 20th – FRI / SAT / SUN

Fri – 2pm -10pm
Sat-1pm – 10pm
Sun – 12pm-9pm

We are also open 2 Wednesdays for the Portobello Winter Festival on the 9th & 16th December – 6pm -10pm



£2 before 6pm / £3 there after

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