Fri, 19 May|
Trace: Late opening with live music by Antje Lang
Visit the exhibition as the sun sets, have a drink and enjoy some live music by Antje Lang in our magical glasshouse.
Time & Location
19 May, 18:30 – 21:00
London, Townsend Yard, London N6 5JF, UK
About the event
'Trace' is an exhibition curated by Thrown featuring 12 artists and makers aiming to explore the marks we make. Physical imprints and expressive gestures will add to thoughts about heritage, influence and our ecological footprint in a a carefully curated collection of works.
Visit the exhibition as the sun sets, have a drink and enjoy some live music at OmVed Gardens magical glasshouse, by singer song-writer Antje Lang.
Antje /on-tee—yuh/ is a moonlight-musician and occasional wordsmith daylighting as a sustainability practitioner. She focuses on groovy tunes for feelings and systems change for climate justice. US-bred but London-based, she considers herself an indie folk-pop artist with a penchant for incisive lyrics exploring grief, awe, and cycling existential questions that also poke fun at the mundane brilliance of everyday life. After a few years as student-musician on her University’s record label (ft. opening gigs for Smallpools and Natalie York), Antje went into a period of musical hermitage while dealing with the necessary work of re-learning life after loss. She has compiled these learnings into her forthcoming album ‘Notes to a Doctor,’ due out August 5th.
This event if part of 'Trace' an exhibition and programme of events curated by Thrown and OmVed Gardens for Chelsea Fringe 2023.
More information: www.omvedgardens.com/chelsea-fringe-festival