Jana Chiellino

Art, Music & Film: book now for London premiere of artist Christian Marclay’s new piece: Everyday

Oh, how we loved Christian Marclay’s work of art, The Clock, which we first saw at The White Cube back in October 2010 (to read what we thought back then, click here). Marclay, as well as being an artist and collagist, is also a composer (for a great profile about him and his work, read Daniel Zalewski’s excellent article, written earlier this year for The New Yorker), and he’ll be peforming himself at this London premiere of his new work, Everyday. We don’t know much about the work – no one here has seen it yet – except that, like The Clock, it uses short film clips, though this time they are re-edited and used as a video score while musicians Steve Beresford, John Butcher, Mark Sanders and Alan Tomlinson improvise music that develops alongside the footage. Intrigued? If you saw The Clock then you can’t not be. We wouldn’t miss this and so are booking tickets now – they are already selling fast and will soon be gone – and urge you to do the same.

What:
London premier of The Clock artist Christian Marclay's new work: Everyday
When:
Sat 13 Oct 2012 at 7.30pm
Where:
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre, Belvedere Road, SE1 8XX
Price:
£15 - £20. Concessions: 50%
Tel:
0844 875 0073
— Daisy
4th October 2012