27 July 2013, 2–6pm
Saturday 27 July, 2-6pm
“The minute you know you’re on safe ground, you’re DEAD.” – David Bowie
From the moment he first appeared on the nation’s TV screens as Ziggy Stardust on Top of the Pops in 1972, David Bowie changed lives. Vivid Projects hails one of the most revolutionary artists of all time – David Bowie.
Immerse yourself in the sound and vision of a man whose influence is apparent in both punk and soul, on Madonna and Jarvis Cocker; on street style and sexuality. As Charles Shaar Murray observes, “who else has duetted with Bing Crosby and dabbled in drum-and-bass, recorded with both Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Pet Shop Boys, produced both Lou Reed and Lulu?”
Turn and face the strange…
Revolution 18 is presented as part of Warwick Bar’s Summer Fete, a moveable feast of art, culture and food on Saturday 27 July, 12-6pm at Minerva Works, 158 Fazeley Street.
with contributions from Leon Trimble, Chromatouch.