Just a brief post. I interviewed the photo-artist Jamie Mcleod this month for the online edition of Glass Magazine. Here it is. I’d be delighted to read any comments you have.
As mentioned in an earlier post, the very talented Mcleod has his private view for his show Ottoman Fight Club, which the interview focuses on, at Dalston Superstore tonight, January 12 starting at 7pm.
The formidable and fantastic Tiff McGinnis, aka Grande Dame, will be providing the sounds, the author Bertie Marshall will be reading and the Ginger Light, fronted by poet and writer Jeremy Reed will be performing.
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The poetry performance spectacular by the Ginger Light, fronted by the only glamour poet Jeremy Reed and backed by the street-wired sounds of producer and musician Itchy Ear return this Saturday, November 26, to the Horse Hospital, Russell Square, London WC1.
They will be supported by musician, composer, nightclub host, actor, curator and adventurer and Cabaret Futura impresario – are there no end to his talents? – Richard Strange.
Doors open at 7.30. £5.
The Ginger Light!
The Ginger Light perform at the Poetry Marathon, Serpentine Gallery, curated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist
Jeremy Reed gives his annual lecture to the Temenos Academy on October 19, 2001. His talk this year is – Christopher Marlowe, Brawling and the Parish of St Giles – and will be a dazzling subversive look at Kit Marlowe – the archetypal punk.
It will take place at 7 pm at the Royal Asiatic Society 14 Stephenson Way
, London NW1 2HD
(020 7388 4539).
Punk Marlowe by Gerry McNee
The Ginger Light, Jeremy Reed’s musical collaboration with musician and producer Itchy Ear, will perform a brief set after the lecture.