NEWS

JUNEAU PROJECTS, SARAH LEE AND EMILY BALLARD
Chapel Market Print Club
10.06.22 at 18.30



Join us for the opening 10.06.22 at 18.30

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22.04.22 at 18.30 – 21.00
Adaptation – Life before, with, after us
Amy Cutler in conversation with Maeve Brennan and Ella Finer




Amy Cutler and Ella Finer talk to Maeve Brennan about her film Listening in the Dark, which is currently being screened as part of the exhibition Adaptation – Life before, with, after us. The conversation will explore crossovers between their respective artistic practices and in particular their interests in the sonic, cinema, and perception beyond the human.

KELDER, Basement of Mercer & Co., 26A Chapel Market, London N1 9EN





KELDER PRESS – Book launch
25.03.22 at 18.30–20.30



Photographs by Ben Westoby

Join us to celebrate the launch of four KELDER PRESS publications – Carl Gent’s Felon Herb, Matthew Verdon’s Everything is both more and less than itself, In the Round – Renewal and In the Round – Adaptation. With readings from Rebecca Bligh, Daisy Hildyard and Rebecca Jagoe.

KELDER PRESS – Book launch
25.03.22 at 18:30–20:30

KELDER, Basement of Mercer & Co., 26A Chapel Market, London N1 9EN






KEIRA GREENE, ELLIE KYUNGRAN HEO, MAEVE BRENNAN, BEN RIVERS
Adaptation – Life before, with, after us
25.02.22 – 22.04.22


A blurred image of a diver underwater looking straight at you.
Urth, 2016 by Ben Rivers 
Film still courtesy of the artist and LUX, London.

Join us for the opening 25.02.22 at 18:30–20:30

KELDER, Basement of Mercer & Co., 26A Chapel Market, London N1 9EN

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LINDA STUPART & CARL GENT
This way is very hard, but not insoluble


Join us for a series of upcoming events for This way is very hard, but not insolubleRead more about the project here.



30.10.21  |  14.00 – 16.00
I am no longer human, I have become pure nature or pure death.
Costume workshop on becoming dolphin with Linda Stupart and Carl Gent
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In this all-ages drop-in workshop Linda Stupart and Carl Gent will lead a group using fabric, plastic, makeup, lights and sound to build costumes that will help us become dolphin (shark, octopus, mermaid/man/person, nautilus, coral, Neptune, oil spill etc) and follow our pods into some kind of crystalline safety through our round trip to the aquatic underworld. No preparation or expertise required. All the animals are one animal today!



26.11.21  |  18.00 – 21.00
Your success makes me wonder what kind of world you come from, and what would result if you touched the prize I protect.
New performances from Linda Stupart and Carl Gent
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Chew up the earth and spit into the sea. Stupart and Gent perform two new solo performances, developed in part during their exhibition with Kelechi Anucha at Wysing Arts Centre, that take This way is very hard, but not insoluble’s themes of climate collapse, experimental theatre and sexy dead things and knit them together with what is dormant in the land, the ice, the song. As the frost melts viruses, newly ancient emerge and as the underworld rises, adaptation becomes fun. A creature is……advancing, swallows grit, ………hide nor flesh, goes on feet………must each time. Performances may feature flashing lights, partial nudity and fake blood.



10.12.21  |  18.30 – 20.30
All Us Girls / Cataclysmic Foibles.
Linda Stupart and Carl Gent in conversation with Isabel Waidner
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Linda Stupart and Carl Gent talk to Isabel Waidner about their new novel Sterling Karat Gold, Stupart and Gent’s play All Us Girls Have Been Dead for So Long, queer experimental theatre, fairphones, London, detention centres, the underworld, the coast, katabasis and everything in between in anticipating of the upcoming publishing of the script for All Us Girls