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Synopsis for a blockbuster film

A big earthquake causes a major leak in a big nuclear power plant leading to the biggest nuclear disaster ever known to man killing billions in the years to come.

Meanwhile turns out this was all a well planned operation; a part of larger top secret depopulation plan ran by a small select families (aka ‘the 1%’) who own and run everything from behind the scenes.

Using advanced weather modification machines to create a geographically focused earthquake they broke the nuclear plant’s reactors leading to several core meltdowns – eventually leaking and poisoning earth’s humankind for decades to come.

We discover that ‘the 1%’ have actually been working with extraterrestrials since the beginning of time, being part-alien themselves – they have the technology to survive the radiation.

Our only hope is New York City Police officer John McClane who was cryogenically frozen (along with Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes) and now reawakened by “hacktivist” collective, Anonymous to save us from the reptilians.

“BIG DEAL NO 5″ group exhibition

2 pieces from ‘The Illustrated’ series will be exhibited at the “BIG DEAL NO 5″ group exhibition.
Curated by Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie, it will be held in level -3 at Q-Park car park (Cavendish Square) – yes, a car park.
You WANT to be there.

Left: Marnie Scarlet by Rosco Brittin Graphics tablet
2013, 42 x 59.4 cm (A2), Edition of 8 £285 (+£30 with mounting)

Right: Rachel Bennett by Hicks Graphics tablet, 2013
42 x 58.4 cm, Edition of 8 £285, (+£30 with mounting)

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Facebook event / Private View on Thursday, 17 October 2013, 18:00 – 22:00. Free entry.
Exhibition runs: 18th Friday until 20th October Sunday. Open daily from 11am – 7.30 pm. Free entry.
Q-Park Oxford Street, Level -3. Cavendish Square London, Greater London W1G 0PN

More info about the exhibition:

In Association with Geoffrey Leong
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Curated by Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie
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” Supporting Arts is an important way of bringing incredible works to be evaluated and engaged with by the public, giving them the opportunity to review art in a different way. This multi media feast is curated by two renowned international artists Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie through their continuous presence in various studios. In this case expect the unexpected, from organised chaos to uniform structure and much more. I believe this is both original and inspiring show which brings an element of fun to those who view it. There really is nothing like this in the world of arts that we see today, the engaging of artists and the public in perfect harmony.”

Geoffrey Leong
London 2013

BIG DEAL No5 > ARTISTS ARE PRESENT
Press Preview 4 – 6pm

RICHARD NIMAN > NICOLA HICKS > PAUL SAKOILSKY
TIZIANA MANDOLESI > MICHAEL SANDLE > RAY GANGE
RAUL PINA > PETULA GIRNDT > STEVE SMITH > FRANKO B
TWINKLE THROUGHTON > STEPHEN HALL > LIZ SHERIDAN
SIAN-KATE MOONEY > CALUM F. KERR > REBECCA SCOTT
BEN HOPPER > GERRY DOHERTY > FORGE & CUTTER
MARK O ROURKE > DANIELLE HODSON > CEDRIC CHRISTIE
OLIVER PERKINS > MIYUKI KASAHARA > HEDLEY ROBERTS
GENERAL HARM > IHTGW CONTINENT > JOHN STEPHENS
SLOBODAN TRAJKOVIC > DANNY POCKETS > FITZY
DEAN TODD > LILI REN > SOPHIE ASHTON > PAUL FREUD
TOMAZ KRAMBERGER > MARIA TERESA GAVAZZI
MICHAEL PETRY > VALERIE DRISCOLL > MARK WOODS
MARISA POLIN > ROBERT BARTA > SARAH DOYLE
GZILLION ARTIST > NADIA BALLAN > MARTIN SEXTON
LEE CAVALIERE > PETER ROSTON > REKHA SAMEER
ROMAN TAHER > MARK JOHNS > ALY HELYER
JOE BARRELL > TRACEY MOBERLY > ROBERTO EKHOLM
ALDO GIANNOTTI > LEE MAELZER > JAMES ALEC HARDY
TASLEEM MULHALL > VANYA BALOGH > SOOZ BELNAVIS
PETER GRAVELLE > MARY-LOUISE JONES > ART HATE
AGNETHA SJOGREN > RICARD DUCKER > JIM BOND
LOUISE RILEY > PATRICK DODDS > KAROLIN SCHWAB
GORDON FAULDS > NEGIN VAZIRI > PIERS JAMSON
ANNA NIMAN > PATRICK MORRISEY > SARAH SPARKES
CLIVE HANZ HANCOCK > JUDE COWAN MONTAGUE
LORENZO BELENGUER > EVA RABOSO GARCIA
MARK MAXWELL > AMY SHARROCKS > STIMULUS LTD
JESSICA VOORSANGER > MINEO KATO > AYA FUKAMI
CRITICAL DECOR > NADER BARHUMI > LOUKAS MORLEY
MICHAEL GRIEVE > CHRISTINA MITRENTSE
JONATHAN RAVEN > IBBY DOHERTY & CHARLIE WHEATLEY
SUSAN STOCKWELL > ERNESTO ROMANO > JAKE MODERN
ELISA CANTARELLI > RUSSELL HERRON > TINSEL EDWARDS
ANDREW STANNEY > MARIA JOSE ARCEO > TIM BURNS
RITVA RAITSALO > THORBOJRN S. ANDERSEN > MONA K
ALEX NOBLE > THOMAS DRASCHAN > IGOR KUDUZ
PASCAL ROUSSON > SUSANA SANROMAN > PAUL TUCKER
DANIEL PASTEINER > SOPHIE DICKENS > MICHAEL PENNIE
CATHY DE MONCHAUX & RICHARD SMITH
REBECCA QUIRK > PERRY ROBERTS > FIONA HAINES
SIMON LIDDIMENT > KJERSTI CROSSLY > EDWARD CLARK
JEANNE SUSPLUGAS > ROBERT PHILLIPS > SOPHIE DICKENS
UNA d ARAGONA > STUART SEMPLE > JULIE YOUNG
PAUL GILDEA > REBECCA MEANLEY > MITRA TABRIZIAN
LUCINDA BURGESS > TOM DURNFORD > SARA MARK
ROGER CLARKE > JOSE CARLOS TEXEIRA > URBAN XXX
MOMOKO FUKUHARA > DRAGAN ALEKSIC
RACHEL MEGAWHAT > BRAD PITTS & DOWNEY JUNIORS
DEMELZA MOREAU > KASH

BIG DEAL No5 Film Reel
curated by Daniel Buckley

With kind support from Q PARK, HI SUSHI Events, Peony, Leongs Legends, Blue Gras, De Beauvoir, UEL & Bath SPA University

www.deal-big.bi

‘Giving Something Back’ Exhibition & Kickstarter campaign

Giving Something Back - Stour Space 700

I’m excited about my new solo exhibition this September.
A photo-exhibition of mainly collaborative work; exposing other creatives, illustrators and dancers.
Rather than just exhibiting my own work, I have decided to show all of the collaborative work I have been doing lately.
The exhibition will be called ‘Giving Something Back’ and will consist of 3 main projects:
‘Dancers on Rooftops’, ‘The Illustrated’ and ‘Hackney Wick Portraits’

Facebook Event | Download Press Release

Private View Thursday 5th September 2013, 6:00pm-11:00pm. Free entry
Opening Times 6th-30th September 2013, 9:00am-5:00pm daily. Free entry

Stour Space. 7 Roach Road, E3 2PA London, United Kingdom.

I’ve made a Kickstarter campaign to raise money for the production of the exhibition. You can check it here and watch the video below: