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Made in Goldsmiths will be hosting a two-week residency with the Dharma Collective, an inquisitive collaboration between artists Matthew Welch and Laurence Alan Price. The collective will be primarily investigating notions of production as understood within a contemporary context. The … Continue reading

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X Presents… Made in Goldsmiths

Private View 1st March, 19:00 – 21:00 Open for 2nd – 11th March, Excluding weekends, 10:00 – 17:00 ‘What is it to Receive? A discussion with the artists (ex-students) concerning the works in the show and their contingent relationship with … Continue reading

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An Evening of performances|25th of Jan. @ Made in Goldsmtihs Gallery

Martin Creed – playing solo Nine Owls in a Baguette Rory Buckley Leslie Deere 25th January 2011 6.30 -10.00pm This event intends to re-examine our default understanding of genre boundaries, by bringing together a group of artists who perform with … Continue reading

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November Screenings & Talks

WHAT IS IT TO RECEIVE? Or… a bit about Betweenness Centrality NIS, A Tergo, videostill, 2009 Date: Tue Nov 16, 2010 18:30-19:30 Participants: Craig Cooper and Matthew Stock Hosted by:  Snejana Krasteva Made in Goldsmiths Gallery Goldsmiths College, Students’ Union … Continue reading

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Cute Guyz Society Launch

6 October, 7.30PM – Cute Guyz Society Launch, Made in Goldsmiths Gallery presented by Look Both Ways: Isaac Munoz and Miguel Pacheco Cute Guyz Society aims to promote male cuteness at Goldsmiths and in a broader context, by creating a … Continue reading

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The Man who Tasted Shapes

The Man who Tasted Shapes 6 October – 5 November, 2010 Private View: 6 October, 2010 6.00 – 9.00pm Alicja Rogalska+ Martin Clarke, Look Both Ways, Jasiek Mischke, Liliana Sanchez, Nicole Bachmann Events: 6 October, 7.30PM – Cute Guyz Society … Continue reading

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