The Soviet Palimpsest.
/palim(p)sest/: Altered, effaced, reused, a construct that retains its own history. Distorted layers built one upon the other, many still apparent beneath the surface, not dead but dormant.
A|D|C create art with paint, metal, light, ceramics, precious metal, embroidery, glass, wood, collage, photography, print, concrete.
Red Star events for ‘Palimpsest’ at Vout-O-Reenee’s 12th - 21st July 2018:
Thursday July 12th 6pm: Private View with Borscht vodka shots.
Monday July 16th 7:30pm: “Russia 100 years on” Q & A and open discussion forum:
On the eve of the centenary of the death of the Tsar and his family we invite you to a journalist discussion event “Russia 100 years on” presented by Tony Barber, European Editor of the Financial Times and discussion panellists Elizabeth Piper, Chief Political Correspondent, Reuters UK and Tim Heritage, Deputy Editor Top News, Reuters who all have extensive experience of living and working in Russia and will be opening up their experiences for questions and discussion.
Sat July 21st 7-2am: ‘One Last Shot’ Fancy dress party.
Let your hair down Russian stylie with vodka and zakusky!
For Palimpsest A|D|C//the Acid Drop Copse collective are 10 british artists: Ingrid Barber, Jeremy Clark, Helen J Gray, Mehan Fernando, Jermaigne Sadie, Karen Block, Michael Isaac, Abel Kesteven, Layla Josephine, Brandon Jackson, Edward Alves & Wolanski.