The Ghost Tide 20 October - 3 November 2018
I am showing my new site-specific installation "Utoh (Birds of Sorrow)" at Thames-Side Studios Gallery, commissioned for The Ghost Tide exhibition.
Curated by Monika Bobinska and Sarah Sparkes
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England
Featured works include sculpture, installation, film, sound, performance and wall based works. The exhibition will include installations and outdoor interventions, as well as public events. The Ghost Tide features works by over 30 UK and international artists.
Thames-Side Studios Gallery
Thames-Side Studios, Harrington Way, Warspite Road, Woolwich,
GALLERY OPENING HOURS Thurs-Sun 12pm – 5pm
OPENING PARTY Friday 19 October 6pm - 8.30pm
CURATORS' TALK Saturday 20 October 3pm – 4pm
DAY OF THE DEAD CLOSING PARTY Saturday 3 November 2pm – 7.30pm
Papel Picado Workshop 2pm – 5pm Make your own Day of the Dead 'cut - outs' with artist Sarah Doyle. Suitable for all ages, materials provided
Performances and Artist Led Walk 2pm – 5pm Charlie Fox, Calum F Kerr, Joanna Mccormick, in and around the gallery
Day Of The Dead Feast 5pm – 6pm Refreshments served
International Film Screening 6pm Screening of short films in the gallery: Chris Boyd, Liane Lang, Brothers Quay, Yun Ting Tsai and Neda Zarfsaz
Youkobo Art Space Residency 1 - 14 April 2018
I will be doing a research based residency with Calum F. Kerr
Friday 13 April 2pm - 7pm
Youkobo Art Space - Studio 2
Zempukuji 3-2-10, Suginami-ku, Tokyo, 167-0041 Japan
Youkobo Art Space
+81 (0)3 3399 7549
Embracing The Underdog 18 February 2018
Over 120 artists exhibiting for Chinese new Year 2018 - Year of the Dog
Curated by Susan Hair
Supported by Geoffrey Leong Foundation
Sunday 18 February 12 noon - 8pm
Q Park, 20 NEWPORT PLACE SOHO Chinatown W2
RED IS BEAUTIFUL 1 December 2017 - 7 January 2018
Solo exhibition at the Stone Space, London - A series of artworks that look at the consumer waste we produce and the affect it has on the ocean environment specifically relating to plastics and seabirds.
The Stone Space
6 Church Lane, Leytonstone, London E11 1HG
1 December 2017 – 7 January 2018
(Closed 11 December – 3 January)
Thursday 30 November 2017, 18.00 – 20.30
Saturday 6 January 2018, 14.00 – 15.00
Inspiral Festival 12 - 15 October
Inspiral Festival 2017 – Kent Connections
Offering four days of curated walks, art, talks and exploration within London and North Kent celebrating the completion of the Inspiral trail. At over 300 miles this unique artist designed trail explores and exposes the unique connections that crisscross the Metropole. Connections and dissonances that range across an extraordinary diversity of people, places and ideas.
I will present a participatory play called 'The Portland Dispute' on the history and myths surrounding Gravesend's Portland Cement at The Magical Imagical Inspiral Cabaret on Friday 13 October.
Thursday 12 October
Mary Wollstonecraft Walk
11am-1pm, Meeting at Southwark Tube Station
Another Place: Visionary Landscapes and City Infrastructure
6-9pm, Swedenborg House. Book tickets here.
Friday 13 October
Between Barking and Gravesend
11am-1pm, Meeting at the exit of Barking Station
The Magical Imaginal Inspiral Cabaret
7-9pm, Gravesham Arts Centre
Book your place for the Cabaret via Eventbrite.
On Saturday 14 October from 11am-6.30pm enjoy a range of artist workshops, talks and walks, or on Sunday 15 October join the walk and mapping process on the final Segment of Inspiral trail, a celebration from Gravesend to Farningham.
Full festival passes are available with access to all events including festival meals & tote bag with publications. Or pick from 8 unique events from our programme. Full info here.
THE CRASH 6 - 8 October 2017
Join us at the opening of the FRIEZE week multi media group exhibition.
Location: LEVEL -3, Q-PaARK, Cavendish Square, London W1
Oxford Circus St > Victoria or Central Line
Friday 6th October 6pm - 10pm
Exhibition continues weekend
7th Saturday & 8th Sunday ONLY
10am - 8pm daily
In association with Geoffrey Leong Foundation
For further info and press release contact;
Margate Festival 8 July - 6 August 2017
I am taking part in the Margate Festival this year, my participatory installation - "Waving Goodbye?" appears as a flock of red-coloured birds flying over the ocean and seashore.
Location: Margate Washhouse, 30 Margate Highstreet, Kent CT9 1DS
Opening times: 11am - 5pm, Sat 22 & Sun 23 July (2 days only!)
The Festival continues until 6 August
Comissioned by Margate Festival
#51%RememberHer 8 March - 8 April 2017
"Women are half of our history, half of our present and half of our futures"
I will be showing 'Contentment of love since 600AD', 2017 again! This work is a response to an Arab woman's love poem to her husband written in the 7th Century.
Launch: 8th March 6 - 9pm (International Women's Day)
Location: Tower Gallery, Memorial Community Church
395 Barking Road, Plaistow, London E13
Opening times: 1-6pm, Tues, Sat & Sun
Exhibition continues until 8th April
Featuring: Sculpture, Painting, animation, installation, photography, drawing, performance, graffiti, spoken word, history walks, talks and special events throughout the month
Curated by Rebecca Feiner
Elements Gallery off-site project
Radical Love - Female Lust 14 February - 5 March 2017
46 female artists created artworks inspired by Arabic poetry from over a millennium ago. Artists are from Palestine to Peru, Libya to Lebanon; young Spanish, Egyptian, Latvian, Saudi Arabian and Turkish photographers, painters from Syria, USA, China; British African poets; British Asian illustrators and sculptors from Japan, Egypt and Ireland, plus more.
I will be showing a new sculpture, 'Contentment of love since 600AD'. This work is a response to an Arab woman's love poem to her husband written in the 7th Century.
Opening Party 14 February 6pm - 8.30pm Book tickets here (free)
Exhibition Opens Valentine's Day to 5 March (12 noon - 8.30pm daily)
The Crypt Gallery
The profits from the exhibition will go to the Global Fund for Women helping Syria's refugees- with most going to Lebanon as they have taken the vast majority of Syria's displaced people.
Radical Love - Female Lust
Curated by Róisín O' Loughlin
CHINESE OPEN 2017 LE COQ ARTISTES 29 January - 5 February 2017
Location Q-Park, 39- 41 Whitcomb Street, London WC2 7DT
Leicester Square / Piccadilly Circus
Private View 29 January 2pm - 8pm
Exhibition continues 29 January - 5 February
Tues 31 Jan - 12 noon - 6pm
Weds 1 Feb 6pm - 8pm
Thurs 2 Feb 12 - 6pm
Fri 3 Feb 6pm - 8pm
Sat 4 Feb 12 - 6pm
Closing Party Sun 5 Feb 2pm-6pm
curated by MONTAGUE ARMSTRONG
Big Deal No.7 <> SPACE 2016 2 - 10 December 2016
BIG DEAL No7 <> SPACE 2016
In association with Geoff Leong Foundation
Location Q-Park, 39- 41 Whitcomb Street, London WC2 7DT
Leicester Square / Piccadilly Circus
Private View 19 April 6.30 - 8.30pm
Exhibition continues 20 April - 4 June
Further Events Info contact > Geoffreyleongpr@gmail.com
Beyond Words at Milton's Cottage - John Milton's Museum 20 April - 4 June 2016
Private View 1 December 6 - 9pm
Exhibition continues 2 - 10 December 12noon - 6pm
With Works by SARAH BRIDGLAND/MARC COWAN/GODFRIED DONKOR/CLOVER PEAKE MIYUKI KASAHARA/NATASHA VICARS
Books are not absolutely dead things, but do contain a potency of life in them... they are as lively, and as vigorously productive, as those fabulous dragon’s teeth. – Milton, Areopagitica
Six artists take inspiration from the collection at Milton’s Cottage – only surviving home of the visionary poet, parliamentarian and political writer, John Milton.
Displayed alongside the books, paintings and prints that inspired them, Beyond Words is the first contemporary art exhibition in the 129 year history of Milton’s Cottage.
21 Deanway, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire HP8 4JH T: +44 (0)1494 872 313
Beyond Words is included with admission to Milton’s Cottage: Wednesdays – Saturdays, 2-5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
Adults: £7 (£6 for parties of 15 or more)
Children under 16: £4
Families (2 adults and 2 children under 16): £16
Now Play This at Somerset House 1 - 3 April 2016
I am exhibiting at Somerset House, as part of Now Play This 2016, London Games Festival on 1 - 3 April. I will be showing an interactive game"Lunatic Mehen" at the Board game section on Saturday 2 April at 10.00am - 1.30pm.
1–3 April 2016
Friday 1 April & Saturday 2 April 10.00 – 20.00 (last entry 19.15)
Sunday 3 April 10.00 – 18.00 (last entry 17.15)
Day Ticket £8.00 / £6.50 concessions
Unlimited Entry Pass £23.00 / £15.00 concessions
Under 12s free (ticket required)
Book Tickets Now!
Civilisation Prints On Sale
Civilisation (from Archaeopoteryx to Albatross)
60cm x 60cm
Archival ink jet on fine art paper
Signed, dated and editioned by the artist
Edition of 50
Fine art paper - Hahnem ühle Photo Rag 308gsm (smooth matt finish)
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The original drawing is based on an installation called "Civilisation". Civilisation consists of 1000 objects collected from the Thames beach and a skull fashioned into an albatross. Images of this work is here: http://www.miyukikasahara.com/index.htm
This installation resembles the remains of an Albatross using a thousand materials all used and thrown away by us. I collected these materials during walks along the Thames beach. Midway Atoll (U.S) in the North Pacific Ocean, although it is located over 2000 miles away from human habitation receives a large amount of marine debris, 90% of which is plastic. Of the 1.5million Laysan Albatross inhabiting Midway, nearly all are found with plastic in their digestive systems.
Toys (Are Us) 20 - 21 November 2015
Toys (Are Us) is an analysis of objects of play. Through the curation of new and existing works by an international cast of contemporary artists, this exhibition explores the impact toys and games have on human development, contemporary society and the environment. Installed within the historic maze-like Crypt Gallery in Euston, you’ll encounter a multidisciplinary survey of works that are also for sale.
Toys (Are Us) is an exhibition curated by Kosha Hussain and Chloé Dall’olio
Private View Thursday 19 November 6 - 9pm
Exhibition contenues 20 - 21 November
Location The Crypt Gallery
Silent Movies 17 - 18 October 2015
I am showing a new work, "Fracking Go" for 'Silent Moves' exhibition. This installation is based on an ancient board game called "Go". The Go stones lay on a map of Britain. Their configuration relates to the Shale oil, gas and fracking licensing onshore in the UK.
In Association with Geoff Leong & Q PARK
Directed by Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie
Private View Friday 16th October ~ 7pm until 10pm
Exhibition runs 17th ~ 18th October
24 hours nonstop.
Location Q PARK, Level -3
Cavendish Square W1G 0PN
nearest tube: Oxford Circus
Nighttime viewings by appointment only: 07587454613
Supported by ARTLYST
Press enquiries: Geoff Leong firstname.lastname@example.org
Rites of Passage 30 May - 14 June 2015
Ritos de Transición exposición | Rites of Passage exhibition Valencia, Spain
Sporting Club Russafa Carlos Moreno Mínguez presents
Marta Balla | Russell Chater | Miyuki Kasahara | Calum F Kerr |
Josie McCoy | Rose Smith | Lex Thomas | Mimei Thompson | Clare Wilson
Rites of Passage
Curated by Josie McCoy and Russell Chater
30 May - 14 June 2015
Private view: Friday 29 May from 8pm - 10pm
Sporting Club Russafa
Calle Sevilla 5 bajo
46006 Valencia, Spain
Gallery hours: Monday to Friday 11am-5pm or by appointment.
Please contact Josice@josiemccoy.co.uk for more information.
Chinese Open 2014 Year of The Sheep 22 February - 1 March 2015
I am showing 'Civilisation'. This installation is the remains of an Albatross using a thousand materials all used and thrown away by us that I collected from the Thames beach. This is a series of work focusing on human consumption and its environmental consequences.
Curated by Vanya Balogh, in Association with Geoffrey Leong.
Private view: Sunday 22 February 2015
12noon - 6pm
20 NEWPORT PLACE SOHO Chinatown W2
Sun 22 February - Sun 1 March 2015
We Could Not Agree, 14 - 19 October 2014
Over one hundred artists and ten curators in the exhibition 'We Could Not Agree' which is located at an underground car park near Oxford Circus Station.
I am showing a life-sized toy self-portrait 'Bird's-eye view' as part of ‘The Hollow’ curated by Sarah Sparkes. It is about consumer waste and its affect on the ocean environment. Through the puffin’s eyes, you can see what happens to the sea life polluted by humans. The right eye: Puffin, Galici. The left eye: Albatross, Midway Atoll.
Private view: 13 October 6pm - 9pm
Exhibition Continues: 14 - 19 October 12 - 8pm
Venue: Q Park, Level -3, Cavendish Square, W1
Nunhead Open 10 Art Exhibition 2014, 19 - 21 September 2014
I am showing an art installation "Mebaru Spring"at the Nunhead Corner basement, as a part of Nunhead Open 10. I used the entire space to create an aquatic atmosphere.
Opening Party Celebration Nunhead Corner
Friday 19 Sept 6-8pm, All Welcome
Friday 19 - Sunday 21 September
Open 11am - 5pm
26 Nunhead Green
"Mebaru Spring"A school of fish installation. Each fish has a number on showing their radioactive Cesium level (Cs-134 + Cs-137) and the dates they were caught in the port of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. Mebaru are common rockfish known as 'messengers telling of the arrival of spring' in Japan. The data is based on the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) reports of the last 18 months. This work grows as new data is added with each showing.
Organized by The Surgery
Settlement Trail (1884-2014)
Camberwell Arts Festival 14 - 22 June 2014
Exhibition is extended until end of July 2014!
I created an art installation "Settlement Trail (1884 - 2014)" in the front garden space of Cambridge House, Camberwell London.
I am looking at the history of the settlement movement in the United Kingdom. It was a reformist social movement that began in 1884.
Increasingly concerns with poverty gave rise to those connected to universities settling students in the inner city to live and work alongside local people. Through their efforts settlement houses were established for education, health, sports, and arts.
Cambridge House is one of the earliest settlement houses and is still very active. Each sculpture has the name of the settlement house and the current location.
It is mapped across the space and includes the settlement houses opened in the UK from 1884 to 1940.
The work traces their history and shows that some are still active (the doorway is open) and some no longer exist (the doorway is closed).
This site-specific work is created for Lucky Dip, Camberwell Arts Festival 2014.
Cambridge House Plinths
1 Addington Square
London SE5 0HF
To view 24hours daily until end of July
To see this exbition on Youtube
The Tower 1 May 2014 - 5 June 2014
This exhibition view is online now! ->Youtube
The Tower as a symbol of belief, death, power and love. Installation, moving image, poetry and performance interpreting stories from Lancashire and Tokyo.
Site-specific art Installation & Performances by Miyuki Kasahara & Jude Cowan Montague +
1 May - 5 June 2014
Private view Thu May 1 7pm - 9pm
Performance: Jo Roberts
Closing view Thu 5 June 7pm – 9pm
Performance: Jude Cowan Montague + Tina Hibbins
Flange Zoo (Phillip Raymond Goodman, Miyuki Kasahara, Calum F Kerr) + Hibiki Ichikawa (Shamisen Player)
Opening Hours - Saturday & Sunday 1.30pm – 5pm Free Entry
St John on Bethnal Green
200 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9PA1
This exhibition view is online now! ->Youtube
Yakumo's Echo, Camberwell Free Film Festival 26 March 2014
Free screening of 'Kwaidan'! I and Calum F Kerr will be performing before the film starts so from 8pm-8.30pm.
Koizumi Yakumo is the Japanese name of Lafcadio Hearn, the Irish Greek author who living in Japan wrote ‘Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things’ (1903) an adaption of Japanese folk stories to which the film ‘Kwaidan’ (1965) is based.This performance by Miyuki Kasahara & Calum F Kerr will, through gesture and sound, become an echo of the tales rendered so strikingly in Masaki Kobayashi‘s film.This event is part of Camberwell Free Film Festival.
St Giles Church
Camberwell Church Street
Chinese Open 2014 Year of the Horse 2 - 9 February 2014
I created a school of 'Mebaru' fish, as an installation called Mebaru Spring. Each fish has a number on showing their radioactive Cesium level and the dates they were caught in the port of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station. Mebaru are common rockfish known as 'messengers telling of the arrival of spring' in Japan. The data is based on the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) reports of the last 12 months.
This work will grow as new data is added.
20 NEWPORT PLACE SOHO Chinatown W2
Sun 2 - Sun 9 February 2014
Facebook: Chinese Open 2014 Year of the Horse
Garageland Magazine XVI: Machines Launch 10 January 2014
Features the article
'The Leak in the Machine' by Miyuki Kasahara & Calum F. Kerr - a look at nuclear power plants and their capacity for disaster.
Launch event at Transition Gallery
Friday 10 January 2014
6.30 - 8.30pm
'From the first daubings of pre-historic caves, through the invention of the camera obscura and ready-made oil paint in tubes to the use of digital media, artists have been among the first to embrace and exploit new technologies'
Guest edited by Eric Butcher and Simón Granell, the co-curators of a national touring exhibition A Machine Aesthetic,
Garageland Magazine issue XVI: Machines launches
at Transition Gallery with an evening of music and film...
Low-fi, ambient, pre-digital electronica from Lee Mackinnon
Films which observe the repeated actions of small malfunctioning machines from Alex Pearl
Oversized magazine pages on the walls of the gallery
Unit 25a Regent Studios
8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN
Nuclear Winter with Jude CM and friends 12 January 2014
Film Screening + Discussion
with KAMURA OBSCURA - Atsuko Kamura
Full Stop Cafe
Sunday 12 January 2014
Jude Cowan Montague will present some of the stories relating to Fukushima fall out from the international news agencies, using poetry and music
Rhône Nucléaire: Chasing the Dragon (8min 32s)
a film by Miyuki Kasahara & Calum F Kerr
In May 2013 Miyuki Kasahara and Calum F. Kerr walked various points along the ‘nuclear corridor’ of the Rhone Valley, France. Their experiences were recorded through sound and film and informed by local folklore. They traversed amongst others Marcule Nuclear Research Facility and Tricastin near Pierrelatte, one of the largest Nuclear plants run by major suppliers Areva and *EDF. This was part of the Decentrederspace residencies, based in Marseille, a yearlong exploration of Marseille-Provence, the European Capital of Culture 2013.
*EDF is one of the major sponsors of Marseille-Provence Capital of Culture 2013.
Pets Gone Wild in the Nuclear Zone
Paul Wady (and Jude)
Performance by Miyuki Kasahara to introduce a film, “Lucky Dragon Number 5” (1959) directed by Kaneto Shindo based on an incident where Japanese fishing boat crews were exposed to and contaminated by nuclear fallout from the United States' Castle Bravo Hydrogen bomb test on Bikini Atoll on 1 March 1954.
Short film from Val Phoenix about the cold war bunkers in East Germany
Nuclear Winter Facebook Event
Full Stop Cafe
202 Brick Lane, E1 6SA London
The Travelling Museum of British Invention October 2013 - October 2014
My work is travelling throughout the UK!
100 artists were commissioned by Sing London to create artworks responding to 100 of Britain’s most important inventions, discoveries and social innovations. These artworks were installed in a bus, The Travelling Museum of British Invention.
The Travelling Museum tours Scotland from October 15th, stopping at public squares, shopping centres, schools and factories. A tour of England is planned from May 2014.
Admission is free and the bus is designed for people of all ages.