Midsummer Madness

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Midsummer Madness
cork st

Back from a whistle stop tour of Barcelona, the dotmasters are soon at work kicking off this summers UK Dotfest this week with several high profile hits around the center of London. The Haywood, Cork Street and the Tate Modern all receiving half tone artworks, although some institutions curatorial policy proved, frankly disturbing! These new targets are the first in new central london locations, new works are planned for later in the month making their debut at Nuart for a blockbusting show and a week of mayhem.

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The line up for Nuart is stunning, with the Dotmasters joining Logan Hicks (USA) Charlie Krafft (USA) Karolina Sobecka (USA) Blek Le Rat (France) M-City (Poland) Sixten (Sweden) Herakut (Germany) Nick Walker (UK) Dface (UK) Eine (UK) Word to Mother (UK) The Dotmasters (C6) Arofish (UK) Slinkachu (UK) Pøbel (Norway) Dolk (Norway) Mir (Norway)

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The Dotmasters are out and about in the UK country side during the summer, expect to see some dots at Glastonbury, Glade, The Big Chill, Bloom, and Beautiful days as we scour the site for vans, haudings, shops and loos in drunken search to distribute these urban masterpieces in a rural setting.

At the Big Chill C6 fan the "Flames of False Economy" with a A fireside interactive situation examining the bureaucracies of exchange. C6 invite Big Chill festival goers to join them by the camp fire for a cup of mint tea that costs £2300, that’s C6 pounds! Sign up for an account withdraw C6’s hand printed currency then make the choice whether to part with your artists edition note for a cup of this middle eastern tipple. A lively fireside chat guaranteed from these art media pranksters celebrating their 10 years of existence