Keith Harrison discusses his recent collaboration with Napalm Death, this Tuesday evening..

The ceramicist, Keith Harrison, discusses his recent collaboration with Napalm Death at the De La Warr Pavillion later this month, in conversation with Mike Tooby, this Tuesday evening. Join us for an eventful evening and a few drinks, Upstairs at The Raven, Bath from 7.30 PM…



Napalm Death
‘Bustleholme — a live collaboration between legendary grindcore outfit NAPALM DEATH and ceramic artist Keith Harrison — has been rescheduled for Friday, November 29 in the Modernist setting of the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex, United Kingdom. Initially created for the V&A in London (where it was supposed to take place this past March), this groundbreaking project will see the band come together with Harrison to depict and destroy a custom-built installation during a one-off live performance. Expect no limitations imposed upon what will no doubt be one of the most important events of the cultural calendar. The band will play a special live set through an experimental sculptural sound system constructed by Harrison. Clad with blue and yellow ceramic tiles, the raw, uncompromising energy of NAPALM DEATH‘s music will activate a set of three specially created ceramic sound systems, which will disintegrate as the performance progresses.’

Read more at http://www.blabbermouth.net/news/napalm-deaths-collaboration-with-ceramic-artist-keith-harrison-rescheduled-for-november/#0LBZtRkdPCtGv4QP.99

 

ARTBAR 2: Keith Harrison in Conversation, 22nd October 2013

Question: When did you last hear Victoria, Albert, Napalm, Death and Bexhill in the same sentence?…
 
Answer: When discussing the work of Jerwood Prize winning artist Keith Harrison! At ARTBAR October Keith shall be in conversation about his residency and disruptions’ at the Victoria and Albert Museum last winter and his forthcoming collaborative projects.
 
Keith Harrison ‘Blue Monday’
 
Keith Harrison ‘Grand’



Keith Harrison ‘London Orbital’




 
Next ARTBAR date: 26 November 2013 with Chris Stevens, Tate Curator of Displays in conversation with Professor Mike Tooby