Current and Recent
Roseanne Barrr / Thee Cuss Words / Etai Keshiki
Best Joined Up’s Indelible Sessions
Test Space: Kitchen presents Chili-con-carnival vs Picklefest
Fonica presents Self Made
The Skeleton Project present ‘The Chronicles of Ben Rhydding’
Melbourne Street Studios
Golau Glau are an anonymous collective of artists, photographers and musicians, with particular interests in social history, not-silences and environments under threat – both urban and natural. Their body of work to date has examined themes of domestic, social and sexual politics; popular culture; scandal; folk history and Anglican and pagan rituals. The collective have received extensive radio play, press and blog coverage of their work (BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music, XFM, The Guardian, Shook, Dazed & Confused).
Golau Glau’s first art exhibition takes place from 10-13 November 2011 at Test Space in Leeds. New works will be debuted, photographs will be displayed, there will be one hell of a launch party with bands and DJs sympathetic to the GG aesthetic including Hookworms and Runners. Details to follow.
The exhibition will feature a new sound and photography work about the closure of public libraries, ‘Public Interest’, and a selection of other sound works, videos and photographs by Golau Glau. There will be a programme/zine to accompany the exhibition.