When: Friday 5 September, 18:00
Where: Various locations around Digbeth
Along with all the other excellent stuff happening around Digbeth this First Friday evening that we’ve already featured (Imbue at PROVIDE and the Nowhere Bar pop-up at A3 amongst others), there’s still lots more to get your teeth into later on today:
Friction Arts will be exhibiting artwork created by emerging artists, aged 7 to 16, as part of their Saturday morning Art Club.
The work includes prints, drawings, paintings, and a sculpture made from finger-knitting enlarged to an industrial scale. Most striking is the video art which includes shadow-puppetry, and a film created by the young people in which they read out their own imagined epitaphs.
Giant Axe Field will be taking over the Eastside Projects gallery to perform a live and improvised audio visual reworking of Jindřich Polák’s pioneering 1963 film Ikarie XB 1. Bass, guitar and drums trigger film clips, creating an immersive audio-visual excursion into Deep Space Rock. Giant Axe Field is an experimental music project by Sean O’Keeffe and Simon Bailey.
For more information about other events taking place this month, visit the Digbeth First Friday website.