Harry Bix and the East Anglia Records House Band perform a reading of his publication summarynjdkjds.pdf. The text is written in reference to a year’s discussion of an ultimately failed collaboration between CGP London, Harry Bix and the Millwall Community Trust. It recalls Bix’s experiences of meetings and email chains, gives an architectural critique and documents a golf trip with his dad.
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This event is part of a CAPSID artist commission, to establish new relationships between audiences and CGP London, using the scientific principles underpinning capsid science as a critical lens through which to develop new narratives about cultural transmission, identity and tradition.
About Harry Bix:
Harry Bix is the recipient of the Derek Jarman Scholarship (2014) and the Betty Mclean Award presented by Bruce Mclean (2016). He is the founder of artist collaboration East Anglia Records. He has shown in J:Gallery, Shanghai; CRATE, Margate; Filet, London (2017); ICA, London; Zona de Desgaste, Mexico City; Chalton Gallery, London (2016); Assembly Point, London; Cantina Social, Athens, (2015); and Blip Blip Blip, Leeds (2014).
Listen to Harry Bix: https://m.soundcloud.com/klein-dougie/genoa-value-plastic