Closing Event for English Man Going Insane

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Storefront is delighted to invite you to the Closing event for English Man Going Insane by internationally renowned artist Dominic From Luton.

Saturday 2 June 2018, 8pm

Storefront is delighted to invite you to the Closing event for English Man Going Insane by internationally renowned artist Dominic From Luton.

Throughout the evening DJ and performance artist Ashley Holmes will presents Ask About The Good Times.

Ask About The Good Times is a new video work and live DJ set performance based on the idea of collectivity. (Through popular culture visual references and accompanying music, the performance will highlight activities that encourage and promote skills for communities to flourish creatively.)

English Man Going Insane is an exhibition by Dominic from Luton; uniting the anarchic energy of British contemporary art with a view of the world honed in Luton. It is a journey from the 1970s to the present, a tragi-comic personal history which re-visits some of the most spectacular moments on Dominic’s often contradictory journey from small town boy (and fanatical Luton Town supporter) to the global art superstar we know and love today!

Further reading on Dominic From Luton English Man Going Insane, Departure Lounge at The Storefront.

Out front
chatting people

Location:

The Hat Factory Arts Centre,
Luton,
LU1 2EY

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