Being far away from her native place, the event brings back memories of her village, paddy fields, play fields, school days and her past day to day activities. Her land always knocks her space within to create the metaphor of connections through maps and roads. The rhythm of lines in maps and roads for Gopa is an interesting journey of life.
To view more works of the artist Gopa Roy, join us for the group exhibition 'A-Part: Stories of Lands and Lines' curated by Zero Gravity Collective today from 6pm onwards at @akarprakarcontemporary Delhi.
The brand new MG cars have started to arrive at Richard Hardie Ashington ready for our Launch Weekend! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Don't forget if you order your NEW MG during our Launch Weekend you will receive a £200 M&S Voucher!* Need to make an appointment?📞Call today on 01670 853 000
*T&Cs apply. Only one voucher per person. For delivery by 30th September 2019.
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Shall I post that ombré tutorial TONIGHT?? Yay or nayyyyyy........
Meet The Fishery Commission; Dr Dominic Smith and Mr Andy Brown. Two bearded, North-Eastern (and possibly eccentric) men, skirting dangerously close to middle age who are committed to bringing mature, considered and delightful electro-pop into the world.
Smith, who learnt his trade growing up in the back room of an 80's computer shop, hand-crafts the layered, musical tapestries which form the oceanic backdrop of the Fishery Commissions tracks. Audio landscapes reminiscent to a gaze out to sea on an unusually warm winter's morning, or an unplanned evening out in the Tech Noir nightclub from the Terminator.
Brown, the self proclaimed "voice and hair" of the duo provides the beyond genre vocals that focus on social and situational commentary, delivered with admiration, compassion and reluctant acceptance of the world changing around him. The ongoing chronicles of a man and his obsession for obsolete technology on a involuntary journey through the internet age.
Together, the Fishery Commission aim to confuse and delight listeners in equal measure - their music and live performances providing a potential antidote to how serious the world got all of a sudden.
They’ll be playing @blankstudios on Saturday August 3rd alongside @homeofbdgr, @bertverso and @worryparty.
Tickets for the Friday, Saturday, and whole weekend are available online now (link in bio). .
Simply show your printed or mobile receipt on the door at any venue and you will be given a wristband.
Without a wristband, each gig will be £6 on the door.
Wristbands will still be available from each venue on the day, but at the higher prices of £10 for the Friday, £10 for the Saturday, or £14 for the whole weekend.