Exhibition, No.1: Andrew Norman Wilson
Monday 25 November - Friday 06 December
Exhibition is a bold experiment in new media and artists? film and video. For two weeks, tank.tv is turning the exhibition and event space over to an artist for their first solo London show. Each artist will work in residence on-site at tank.tv, creating work, screening films and engaging in unique performance with visitors to the exhibition.
Andrew Norman Wilson is an artist and curator based in New York City. He creates work that experiments with corporate, academic and artistic networks and presentations. He has had solo shows at venues including Tensta Konstall, Stockholm, and American Medium, New York, and has participated in group exhibitions at MoMA PS1, New York, FACT, Liverpool, Import Projects, Berlin, at the 2013 Venice Biennale, Art Basel and Art Dubai.
As part of Exhibition, Andrew Norman Wilson will present Gross World Project, a one-off performance on Wednesday 04 November that employs corporate aesthetics with avant-garde cinema, video art and motivational self-help techniques.
CINEMA FANTASY, No.1:
Life is But a Dream with Felix Nash
Wednesday 27 November, 7pm.
CINEMA FANTASY is a brand new series of events at the tank.tv exhibition space on Great Portland Street. Every month, an artist will be invited to present an image of their fantasy cinema.
Join FELIX NASH for 'Life is But a Dream', a night of multimedia cinematic
disruption at the tank.tv exhibition and event space on Great Portland Street.
Watch parallel narratives converge through a series of specially selected
advertisements, trailers, and an exclusive film screening. After which one member of the audience will have the opportunity to perform karaoke, as the climax to the event.
Popcorn, and of course drinks, available for all guests.
Doors open 7pm, Wednesday 27 November.
Archives: 2009 - 2006
Friday 06 December
As part of our ten year birthday celebrations, we are making the tank.tv archives open and available to all visitors for free and without subscription.
Friday 06 December sees the launch of the first phase of our archives project, where we will be presenting every tank.tv online exhibition between 2012 - 2008.
Including work by Laetitia Benat / Jordan Baseman / Emily Wardill / The Atlas Group / Adam Chodzko / Ken Jacobs / Lisa Oppenheim / Sebastian Buerkner / Jean Charles Hue / John Smith / Erwin Wurm / David Blandy / Marcus Coates / Ziad Antar / John Latham / Philippe Parreno / Isaac Julien / Anri Sala / Sarah Morris / and many more...