BILLY CHILDISH ELECTIONSPECIAL Conservative Central Committee ADVISORY POSTER and BADGE SET
With the General Election fast upon us, and in celebration of the “End Times”, the artist Billy Childish (in conjunction with the Conservative Central Committee and the L-13 Light Industrial Workshop) is proud to publish this set of 3ELECTION ADVISORY POSTERSand 3 Official CONSERVATIVE CENTRAL COMMITTEE BADGES.
CHINOOK by SHUNT RESISTOR AND THE L-13 LIGHT INDUSTRIAL ORKESTRA will be causing an aural disturbance at TATE MODERN and broadcast to the NATION through ISOTOPICA / RESONANCE FM Sunday 3rd November 1pm as part of the radio station’s residency series Art on Air
During the show ESTATE TOWN PLANNER Jimmy Cauty and L-13 Unreal ESTATE Capital Investments CEO Steve Lowe will also be discussing with Simon Tyszko why all roads lead to the ESTATE and what can be found there
Released on the occasion of Wild Billy Childish & CTMF playing a rare live gig in their hometown
The Royal Function Rooms
Rochester 11th October 2019
Tickets available from www.medwaymusicfestival.co.uk
Poster in signed and unsinged editions available exclusively from the L-13 shop
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Class S****y Riot Shield Stamps*
Released to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre.
Issued on the occasion of the exhibition “From _______ To ________”
at the People’s History Museum
9th August – 8th September 2019
Part of PHM’s year long programme exploring the past, present and future of protest, marking 200 years since the Peterloo Massacre; a major event in Manchester’s history, and a defining moment for Britain’s democracy. www.phm.org.uk/exhibitions/from-_______-to-________/
Harry Adams’ Victory Over The Sun is featured in The International Times newspaper.
“In Victory Over the Sun (the opera), the sun, representative of the decadent past, is torn down from the sky, locked in a concrete box, and given a funeral by the Strong Men of the Future.
Over 100 years later, here in the future, Victory Over the Sun (the exhibition) is a controlled environment showing paintings that use mechanical and/or chaotic processes. Overlaid repetitive screen printed motifs, lifted from several Harry Adam’s paintings and mashed together. Poured paint that’s allowed to run and mix in natural fractals on cracked and knotted gesso boards. ”