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Flat38 // Exhibition #2

We are excited to present the second in our joint-curated series of shows at Flat38 Gallery in Margate. Exhibition #2 will showcase the work of local, national and international artists. Featuring video projections and live performances, the show will take place in and around two large installations. The Exhibition #2 party will be a ticketed event, with a £5 donation to cover artist costs and the running of Flat38 (please RSVP to flat38gallery@gmail.com). The party will be your first chance to try beer from Margate’s new Northdown Brewery!

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Aisha Orazbayeva is a Kazakh violinist with an interest in filmmaking. She has released two critically acclaimed solo albums on Nonclassical and PRAH Recordings featuring her own compositions, and has performed internationally in venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall.

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Diane Edwards is a Scottish artist and researcher who works with practical, applied aspects of art-making in the contexts of creative coding, sculptural installation, DIY electronics and video.

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Miguel Angel Ferrer is a Spanish artist living and working in London. Ferrer enmeshes concepts of work, leisure and digital culture through sculptures which juxtapose the bizarre and mundane. He will be creating a new installation in Flat38 especially for Exhibition #2.

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Martin Glass (Dramatic Records): marooned in Taiwan working on a deal that never gets done, an American businessman falls under the hypnotic spell of the Pacific. His is an Asiatisch fever dream – seaside lovers, translucent virtual vocalists, glass-y ’80s synthesisers and multinational muzak.

Viennetta is Claire Orme and Richard Greenan. Through the application of prosaic materials, sound and mechanic installations, their work aims to transform humdrum space, challenging the viewer to consider and reimagine familiar surroundings.

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AHRKH is the solo project of A.P. Macarte (Gnod / Manatees). AHRKH explores the relationship between devotional music and meditative states, by way of slow burning vocal loops and drone manipulations.

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