Luke McCreadie has programmed a playlist of his music made under the pseudonym Luke Presley, including The Alphabet Suite (2014), to be played alongside some of philosopher Theodor W. Adorno’s avant-garde musical compositions. The assembled playlist will play throughout the evening with the performance starting at 7.30pm.
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This is an event to accompany his Project Space exhibition, Be in the air, but not be air, be in the no air.
Luke McCreadie (b. 1985 in Bath, England) studied at Slade School of Fine Art and lives and works in Newcastle upon Tyne. Selected solo shows include Ref, IMT Gallery, London, 2015; Luke McCreadie, Gallery North, Newcastle, 2014; In Hinterland, Star and Shadow Cinema, Newcastle, 2014; Blob-content, ACME Project Space, London, 2012; Little Puppet Made of Pine, Supplement Gallery, London, 2009. Selected group shows include Testing grounds, The Zabludowicz Collec-tion, London, 2015; The Manchester Contemporary, with Division of Labour and Grand Union, Manchester, 2014; 100 Foot (Curated by Jim Hobbs), Whitstable Biennale, Whitstable, 2014; BCB Gallery, Athens, Greece, 2014; (((o))), Clonlea Studios, Dublin, 2013; Magic Eye, Grand Union, Birmingham, 2013; Temporary Sites (a proposal), Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes, 2012; Switch, Baltic 39, Newcastle, 2012. He was awarded The Adrian Carruthers Studio Award in 2011, The Warwick Stafford Fellowship in 2013, and was shortlisted for The Nigel Greenwood Art Prize 2015. For more information please visit www.lukemccreadie.com