Late Night Opening: Milo & Friends

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Late Night Opening: Milo & Friends
Promotional Image for Milo and Friends Event. Courtesy the artist
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Come and experience our current exhibitions, Dust to Dust and Invites: Milo Creese afterhours during this special event. Enjoy a drink from our donation bar and see the works by Wolfgang Tillmans, Zander Porter and Tianzhuo Chen.

Join Milo Creese for his Invites presentation, for which he will be joined by performers Teddy May de Kock and Jack Catling, and DJ Ben Dawlatly.

Bar open from 6pm. All performances to take place in the gallery foyer as follows:

7pm: Teddy May de Kock
7:30pm: Jack Catling
7:45pm-9pm: Ben Dawlatly

This event is FREE, but booking is recommended.

Milo Creese
(b.1986, Chertsey UK) received an MA from the Royal College of Art in 2017 and a BA from Wimbledon College of Art in 2015. Recent exhibitions include London Short Film Festival, BFI, London (2022); Tailbone, The Artesian Well, London (2019); Artnight, London (2018); Tenderflix, BFI, London (2018); Transcending species, transcending gender, transcending nations, Deptford Cinema, London (2018). In 2019 Creese was the recipient of the Film London FLAMIN Fellowship.

Jack Catling is a UK-based artist and film-maker inspired by the faultlines where reality and illusion collide and merge awkwardly.

Ben Dawlatly
has DJed in clubs, bars, pubs, house parties and warehouse raves across London and Spain. During lockdown he live streamed some of the best DJ sets ever created to literally tens of people. He now works as a Spanish teacher in a secondary school, his students unaware that he is far cooler than they could ever imagine. As a result of being a teacher, he tried to erase all evidence of his DJing prowess from social media. He plays a range of music from house to jungle and guarantees to get you dancing.

Teddy May de Kock
is a Dutch performance artist based in London. Her work explores ‘theatricality in art’ and the value of talent and entertainment today. She shapes the fine lines of bad/good & kitsch/sophisticated in lively, musical and fun ways while throwing herself on stage with both rehearsed and improvised material.

In 2007, Teddy May graduated in acting, song and dance in Rotterdam, followed by a BA in theatre at ArtEZ. In 2016, she graduated from the MA Performance Making at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her works are shown in galleries, independent art spaces, as well as theaters and festivals such as P.S this is live, South London Gallery, Le Musée du Fumeur, Grand Theatre, Barbara Seiler Gallery, Cabaret Melancolique, ZeeZout, ArtsAdmin, Compagnietheater, Clearview, etc. Teddy also sets up underground performance evenings and talent shows, bringing lots of different styles, people and types of performances together.