In the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, art activists staged a dramatic series of performances in cultural institutions to protest against oil companies like BP and Shell sponsoring gallery spaces like the Tate. Gushing from floral skirts, spilling elegantly from giant white eggs, jetting from paint tubes across the floor of the iconic Tate Turbine Hall, the flood of oily resistance that followed has generated a fierce debate in the art world around oil, ethics and sponsorship.
This collection of beautiful postcards, made in collaboration with PLATFORM and Art Not Oil, documents both the striking images that the performances have generated, as well as a number of choice quotes that have come out of the ensuing public debate.
All the proceeds generated from the sale of these postcards will be used towards the art-activist movement to liberate art institutions from the clutches of some of the most destructive multi-national companies on the planet.
All profits from the sale of these tea towels will go to support London-based mutual aid organisations. 'Commit to mutual aid, fellowship and reciprocity' In 2017, artists Clare Qualmann, Madeleine Collie...
Nerds Rock was produced in 2006 as part of a live art residency at Camden Arts Centre. Field recordings from the walkwalkwalk route through Bethnal Green, Whitechapel and Shoreditch are...