Artists and installations
Puppet Alan Watts & the Future Zen Variety Show - Puppet Alan Watts is the first in the Future Zen Variety Show, an explosion of fabric cosmic thinkers, which include Tim Leary, William Burroughs and Diane Di Prima. “A guru or teacher who wants to get this across to somebody, because he knows it himself, and when you know it, you know, you want others … Continue reading Puppet Alan Watts & the Future Zen Variety Show
Liz von Graevenitz - Liz von Graevenitz is a Contemporary Artist who works from a studio based in the heart of Sheffield’s Cultural Industries Quarter. She has exhibited both locally and internationally. As co-curator for the International Artist Exchange Program Regular Line in Sheffield and Slovakia, she has worked alongside fellow artists, musicians and actors. http://www.lizvongraevenitz.co.uk/
Jezebel Halewood-Leagas - Jezebel Halewood-Leagas has worked as an accomplished artist and prop maker for many theatre productions in Liverpool. She made many of the props for Daisy Eris Campbell’s Cosmic Trigger in 2014, including the gate to Chapel Perilous.
Matt Smart - Matt Smart is an artist and sculptor experienced at producing high quality, large scale outside works. Shows include a solo show at The Turrill Sculpture Garden, and he has previously exhibited at Supernormal Festival. Through his work he explores notions on sustainability, and social treatment of tribes, diasporas and gender. He established and ran a … Continue reading Matt Smart
Jimmy Cauty: The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP) - Who doesn’t know Jimmy Cauty, right? (Or as we’re Discordians, maybe that should be left..) A profound activist using his art work as magic to change consciousness at will. A man driven by the sheer ludicrous nature of the world in which we live and using it against itself to create art through challenge and … Continue reading Jimmy Cauty: The Aftermath Dislocation Principle (ADP)
Daniel WJ Mackenzie - Daniel W J Mackenzie is a musician and sonic artist who works with varied sound sources and intentions, combining treatments of physical instruments and objects with field recordings and numerous abstraction processes. His work draws on the emotional and psychological crossings where music and non-musical sound meet, resulting in material that can swing quite violently … Continue reading Daniel WJ Mackenzie