Author Archives: Giuseppe Marinetti

18th July – 21st October 2018

“What is the future for Futurism in an age of ecological apocalypse, the continuing fallout of global financial meltdown and the start of a new Cold War that has cyber terrorism and fake news as its main weapons? Can Art Save the World?” The intervention Make Futurism Great Again will explore the legacy of Italian Futurism in the 21st century by pairing the Neo Futurist Collective archive with the permanent collection of the Estorick Collection. #MFGA will feature material from the Collective’s archive and new commissions created to celebrate and extend the legacy of the Futurist Movement.  

11th March 2015

“A People’s Manifesto” will be performed to MPs and guests at the House of Commons, 11th March 2015 @ 14.30 Revolutionary artist and crooner, Joseph Young, AKA Giuseppe Marinetti of Neo Futurist Collective, shares his participatory sound art project, Revolution #10 to MPs and their guests next month at the House of Commons. The art work produced “A People’s Manifesto” asked the public 3 simple questions about democracy over a series of artist residencies. Their answers have been made into a multi-layered sound installation and performance piece. The work, which was co-commissioned by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s InTRANSIT Festival and the Brighton Digital Festival, was conceived to promote […]

12th Sept 2014

The Revolution continues… The revolutionary roadshow rolls into town for the Brighton Digital Festival, where Revolution #10 has been awarded one of the prestigious Arts and Tech commissions. From September 1st there will be a new website that will invite the public to answer  3 questions and to submit their sound recordings and revolutionary images. On Sept 12th at Phoenix Gallery and Studios, the sound installation “A People’s Manifesto” will be launched along with a presentation and Q&A about the project. In addition, Joseph AKA Giuseppe will also perform “A Victory Speech”. All of the materials will be composed entirely of answers given by the public to the 3 questions. […]

26th July 2014

Launch of The Gentrification Suite On 26th July at InTRANSIT festival The Gentrification Suite will be performed live for the first time. The catalogue and CD edition will be available at the launch at a special price, as an edition of 50. The Gentrification Suite is a sumptuous and smooth political song suite in the style of Mahogonny Songspiel by Brecht/Weill, telling the story of a young man from the suburbs who comes to the big city to hang out in Dalston/Williamsburg/Mitte Salvage City – 5pm July 26th entrance free

July 18-27th 2014

  REVOLUTION #10 Revolution #10 gives the public a voice in creating A People’s Manifesto to express the hopes and fears of the nation for the next 5 years, as we approach the General Election in 2015. From 18-27th July, we will open the doors of our Campaign Hub at Goldfinger Factory, underneath the iconic Trellick Tower building in West Kensington, offering workshops and artist surgeries with our artist-in-residence and Skinny Vintage CEO, Giuseppe Marinetti as part of InTRANSIT festival. Our manifesto will consist of sound recordings, poetry, films, photographs, books, banners and anything else we can think of to express your ideas for the nation in an evolving exhibition, […]

May 16th 2014

The Gentrification Suite “Easy Listening as Art practice” Skinny Vintage CEO Giuseppe Marinetti today released an album of songs that blend easy listening with politics. Created as part of “The Ballad of Skinny Lattes and Vintage Clothing”, this conceptual digital artwork is entitled “The Gentrification Suite”. Track Listing: 1. Sexy Socialista Sisters 2. Who is She? 3. S.C.D.O. Sounds like Disco 4. Middle East of the End 5. Shoreditchification Available to download at Bandcamp from May 16th 2014, accompanied by a bonus track and a beautiful PDF catalogue.

February 10th 2014

Concert performance at the University of Surrey Monday 10 February 2014 6-7pm Reception in Lewis Elton Gallery followed by a performance at 7.30pm in Ivy Arts Centre. Tickets: £10; £8 concession; £2 U18/students More details here  

Jan 13th – Feb 14th 2014

The Ballad of Skinny Lattes and Vintage Clothing (exhibition) We are very excited to announce the commissioning of the original sound installation at the Lewis Elton Gallery in the University of Surrey and a special one-off performance to accompany the exhibition on February 10th. University of Surrey web site has more details of the installation and performance here

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