This the first of three years curatorship's for the nuart festival, culminating in the festivities of the european capital of culture in 2008. This years festival providing a test bed of delivery systems, a street art festival and the visual backdrop of the numusic festival
Cremer St, shoreditch London
C6 return to London bringing with them Want & Need, currently touring Europe, their latest software release Echo, as well as the launch of the “DiY Survival” Handbook. A program of daily events sees collaborations, exhibits and shows by friends C6 have made upon their travels.
The death of Isou marks the end of the Age of Divinity. It was the Lettrist Fazlullah Hurufi, the
Seal of the Saints who opened the age of divinity. It is closed by Isidre Isou, who we proclaim as
the Seal of Divinity. Are we to hereby declare the Age of the Proletariat?
While the religious problem in Isouâ€™s Lettrism was answered by â€˜the movementâ€™ with a rejection of the
proletariat and with the worship of the innovator â€“ the creator, this sell out, this mystification,
291 Gallery Hackney Road, E2, London
Part of the 'Stunners' show put together by 'Hydra' live art. C6 presented its A.M.S. (Anger Management system) The work was suitably hijacked by anti war sentiment.
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Lecture - St. Martins School of Art, Southampton Row, London.
Talk given to Ma Industrial Design on censorship of public space and strategies of overcoming and reclaiming.
Atelier Nord, Oslo, Norway
3 day workshop, culminating in a street intervention in both Oslo and Christchurch New Zealand where C6 members stenciled anti American images along the routes of marches to protest the war in Iraq.
Scandinavian Binale, Moss, Norway
C6 involvement in a weekâ€™s performances and actions that saw two performances one in Toronto, Canada and one in Moss, Norway, linked in a collaborative performance via the web. The week also featured the fabrication of a Trebant popcorn machine and a performance by the Eel King.
B.E.K Bergen, Norway
C6 involvement in a collective performance / workshop in Bergen Norway. Keystoke was Beta tested this software, allow artists to collaborate remotely via the web. Utilising a variety of skills and mediums to produce a unique livenet performance on the 15th &16th of January. These performances mixed interactive digital mediums with dance fencing and microwaves, broadcast using real audio.