James Irwin / Will Robinson will be showing their new work, The Syntax of Counting at the ICA as part of Art Licks Magazine's second Birthday, 20th October 2012.

To celebrate this, and to launch Issue Nine, all past contributors are taking part in this one-night event. With over seventy young and emerging artists, collectives, curators and writers; a mix of performances, work, readings, interventions, films and artist DJs, will take over the ICA Studio and Cafe Bar.

In October 2010 Art Licks launched its quarterly printed magazine. The Art Licks Magazine is about looking beyond the obvious, behind the commercial and the mainstream, presenting what young artists, curators and gallerists are doing, and thinking. Rather than be written about such new initiatives, this magazine is written by the actual people behind these happenings; providing a platform for discussion and giving the reader a personal insight to the emerging arts’ scene.

The Art Licks Magazine is funded by The Henry Moore Foundation, and The Chelsea Arts Club Trust.

Performances and work: Studio, 6-8pm
Artist Films: Bar, 6-8pm
Artist DJs: Bar, 8pm-1am


James Irwin / Will Robinson are pleased to announce they will be showing new work Systems of Speech at Joint Ventures, Space In Between, London in October 2012.

Joint Ventures runs: 05/10/12 - 12/10/12
Exhibition open: Monday - Sunday, 12-6pm
Private View: 04/10/12, 6-10pm
Performance evening: 10/10/12, 6-8pm
Closing event: 12/10/12, 6-9pm

To be hosted by Oval Space E2, Joint Ventures features new work by Ben Jeans Houghton & Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau, Kazimierz Jankowski & Jennifer Bailey, Xavier Poultney & Hannah Barton, Becky Bolton & Louise Chappell, Simon Linington & William Mackrell, James Irwin & Will Robinson, Luke Montgomery & Josh Alexander.

For more information please visit the Space In Between website, or view the press release.

For how to get there, visit the Oval Space website.

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