From now and until the 19th of September, the walls of the 6/8 play host to a series of pastels and prints from Kevin Leung Chung. His second appearance at the 6/8 features self-portraits, the divine, biblical scenes, the illusion of repetition, nightmare black and whites to serene blurry pastels, aggressive extroversion to reigned in self-awareness.
Kevin Leung Chung was born and brought up in Hong Kong. He came to the UK on his own in his late teen. After spending two and a half years on a graphic design course at De Montfort University, he left the course without graduating from it. Currently, Kevin works in new product development at a concierge company.
“The thought of having to constantly produce work does not sit well with me. I could go without picking up a pen to draw for weeks. The need to create arises only when a thought or an image becomes so vivid, and needs to detach from me to become a physical being on its own.
Portrait is my favourite subject. I find emotion and feelings shown through facial expressions are very captivating.”
Come grab one more good summer Cold Brew’s at one of The Independent’s Top 50 Coffee Houses, have a nose at the latest art to adorn our walls.
SLAUGHTERHAUS! ‘IS’ BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING INGREDIENTS –
ALICE SWIFT – EXPERIMENTAL ELECTRO-TAP-DANCE / PERIOD DRAMA
PEKKA SERAIRANEN – FINNISH POETRY WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES FROM OUR FAVOURITE SINO-FINO BAD BOY
PAT GRADY – CATHOLOCISM IS TORN A NEW ONE IN THIS ONE ACT, ONE MAN, ALL OFFENSIVE PLAY
MATT HEWSON – A PARTICIPATORY PIECE EXAMINING CORPORATE TAX AVOIDANCE, OVERSIZED CARDS AND A GIANT PROTHETIC CHIN
JOHNNY KOWALSKI – OF THE SEXY WEIRDOES WILL DELIVER BOTH OF THOSE THINGS VIA WORDS, SOUNDS AND GLARING
FELIX DE HELIX – THIS NORTHERN COLLAGE ARTIST / CHODELORD SUPREME HAS COOKED US UP A VERITABLE FIREBALL OF ENUNCIATED NOISE
ALICE KENNEDY – IDIOSYNRATIC BREAKDANCING EXPLORING THE CONCEPT OF LETHARGY IN A POST-90’S GARAGE LANDSCAPE
DARCY LUKE / ELLIO DI MUCCIO – WILL BE POLICING THE EVENING AS HALF ITALIAN, ALL FASCIST ‘ART POLICE’.
JENNY BULCRAIG – PHOTOS BLOW, SO THIS BIRMINGHAM BASED ARTIST WILL BE ILLUSTRATING THE EVENING AS IT HAPPENS.
MATT CULLANE – FRESH FACED FROM THE EDINBURGH FRINGE, SEE BIEBER-ESQUE STAND UP TRAGEDY / ANCIENT GREEK HILARITY
LAURA HARRIS – IN HER STAGE DEBUT, WE’LL HEAR A DISEMBODIED VOICE OF UTTER DISDAIN FOR EVERYONE IN THE ROOM
E-VIRUS – SPOKEN-GLITCH FROM B-TOWNS PRIMARY PURVEYOR OF ‘NOISE POETRY’ AND THE VICE-CHANCELLOR OF THE DELOCALISED UNIVERSITY OF HERE AND THERE
PAKI – ANTI-CAPITALIST ANARCHO-POETRY DEAL WITH IT
CURATED BY RICHARD HIGGS –
– ‘Truly imaginative’ George Zielinski (The Comedy Journal)
– ‘Like John Cage Comedy’ – Some Guy (in Little Venice, London)
– ‘Missing the point of comedy altogether’ – Emma McAlpine, (Comedy Editor, Spoonfed)
PRODUCED BY JULIA ZUZZANNA JABLONSKA
Join us tomorrow for a unique and bizarre night! Seatings will be first come first served.