Friday October 22nd we are unveiling an exhibition at The Hospital Club of artwork by HAL SILVER, featuring live performances and DJ’s.
Singular and plural, Hal Silver is an exploratory collaborative process between artists who have recently graduated from the Royal College Of Art's Photography MA. The Morouge Room offers a series of experimental wall-to wall curatorial suggestions in areas of the creative Club's interior. This space will become a platform for a number of stages upon which practices within the group will collide, both with each other, and with the fabric of The Hospital Club.
Beginning at 7pm and going on until Late into the evening, the night will feature dj's from Hal Silver, as well as live performances and music.
Adam Christensen’s outrageous dj performance will feature artful drag and music you can dance to. Christensen is a performance artist who has worked alongside artist Spartacus Chetwynd at this year’s Frieze Art Fair as well part of their collaborative exploration, The South London Cultural Centre. Christensen’s art practice oscillates between performative hysteria and lecture formats, investigating social dynamics and ritual.
Patten will bring his intricate audio visual set up to The Hospital Club’s 2nd floor space. This remarkable one man performance has been showcased by galleries such as Zabludowicz’s Collection’s 176 Project Space, Tate Modern, and Whitecahpel Gallery, whilst offering club nights the same experimentation at venues such as Club Motherfucker, Peckham Palais and Catch 22.
"The music of Patten puts one in mind of miniatures. These instrumentals are built with exacting care, every part a perfect fit. They are like tiny clockwork machines that one might hold in the palm of the hand, whirring and throbbing as they unwind their musical springs." The Wire
Widely exhibited London artist, Ilona Sagar, takes time out of her hectic first days at The Royal College Of Art Sculpture MA to present a choreographed troupe of 8 dancers and 4 actors who will perform and interact throughout the space for a piece entitled Her Chambre Bleue. Sagar practice explores a language of performance, film and assemblage that is focused on the intangible fragments of human relations. She has exhibited widely in the UK, holding her first solo show at T1+2 Gallery in 2008, her performances have been showcased in galleries such as Wallis, Departure Gallery and The Barbican.
We have a limited number of tickets available for this event, as The Hospital Club is a private members space, but email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll try and get you on the list!
The Morouge Room is exhibited at the creative members club, The Hospital Club, from the 13th of September to the 27th of November 2010, by appointment only, please contact email@example.com to arrange.
The Hospital Club, London | 24 Endell Street | WC2H 9HQ