6:30 - 8pm, Tuesday 1st Feb

Artist Talk

Toby Mott [Cultural Traffic], Neal Brown [Artist] & Stewart Home [Artist, ACE Collection] - Direction vs Online Activisim

Toby Mott is an artist, collector, designer, publisher and organiser of Cultural Traffic; a global arts fair that he founded as a platform for social change through DIY practice. In 1985 he led the Grey Organisation’s Cork Street Attack. Recent projects include the publication of; Punk in Print 1976-1980: The Compete Mott Collection, Kraftwerk: Dance Forever and Dictator Banknotes.

Neal Brown is an artist and writer based in London. He has written for most UK art magazines and is the author of the book A New Concise Reference Dictionary. He was the writer in residence for the first Liverpool Biennial, and curated New Religious Art at the second. Brown also writes about punk.

Stewart Home is an artist, writer and activist who works in the Arts Council of England Collection. His literary works include, ’69 Things To Do With A Dead Princess’, ‘Tainted Love and ‘Brucesploitation And The Sleazy Joys Of Lowbrow Cinema’.

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