NR Project at London Tattoo convention 2017

22 Sep 2017 – 24 Sep 2017

Event times

Opening Times: Friday/Saturday
11.30 - Midnight (Advance Ticket Holders)
12.00 - Midnight (On the Gate Ticket Holders)
(All acts, guests and closing times are subject to change)

Opening Times: Sunday
11.30 - 20.00 (Advance Ticket Holders)
12.00 - 20.00 (On the Gate Ticket Holders)

Cost of entry

Advance Day Ticket Prices:
Fri: £25 | Sat: £35 | Sun: £30

On the Gate Day Ticket Prices:
Fri: £30 | Sat: £40 | Sun: £35

Advance 3 Day Pass: £55

On the Gate 3 Day Pass: £65

NR Project

England, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • 26, 48, 55, 106, 254, 388, l1, l2, D6, N253
  • Bethnal Green
  • Cambridge Heath

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NR PROJECT at London Tattoo Convention 2017


NR PROJECT presents for the first time at the 13th International London Tattoo Convention, 3 Curatorial Art Projects organised by the London based curator Inês Valle that focus on stories that make us unique on a globalised world.

Two curatorial projects will be presented as a virtual reality experience, where the audience is transported into our space in East London.
A performative exhibition — There Is No Present Like Time, aims to surpass usual suppositions associated with tattoo art. For this project, the British tattoo artists Hanumantra and Paul Goodwin have designed unique body suits, which will be exhibited as immersive visual experiences.The other, a personal virtual tour of the photo exhibition — Haris Nukem: Humans, that shows the artist most recent personal projects.
Finally — "Unforgettable (you!)" is an ongoing curatorial project that aspires to divulge how tattooing can impact someone’s lives and increase their self-confidence. This exhibition will present "Individualized" , a 3D video body mapped piece created by the tattoo artist DotsToLines inside a glass box; the video work “I went to seek the path of my body” directed by Inês Valle that depicts how being tattooed can radically impact and change people’s lives; and shown for the first time, a selection of the Survivor’s Ink archive that discloses powerful stories of human trafficking survivors and how tattoo art can have a bigger purpose in someone’ skin.

The exhibition will take place at London Tattoo Convention, inaugurating the new Quayside Dock Gallery between 22-23-24th September.


Inês Valle

Exhibiting artists

Paul Goodwin


Alex Moro

Haris Nukem

Kaja Gwincińska


Chaim Machlev aka DotsToLines

T Dan


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