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Sparkle The Dark Up
Sparkle The Dark Up

Sparkle The Dark Up

Date: 4 December 2009 | Location: Design Museum, London

An evening of screenings and performances curated by Ranko Andjelic, Sparkle The Dark Up will celebrate experimental animation of all sorts while spreading a little off-key Christmas cheer.

Screenings will run throughout the Design Museum as well as the outside of the building, and will feature recent and brand new work by some of the top UK based animators and artists, including Max Hattler, Susi Wilkinson, Dave Anderson and We Like Nice Things.

Various other events will be taking place too: Sculpture will present a very special audiovisual performance; JBT will fill the air with his powerful music to which Noriko Okaku will offer live visual accompaniment; Melissa and Dom from We Like Nice Things will be providing a aural backdrop with their DJ set; Laura Weston will run a direct animation workshop on 16mm film.

There’ll also be the chance make handmade Christmas cards, buy presents from the Design Museum Shop and wrap them with a twist – and there’s even talk of a very special confession booth inhabited by a rude Santa. For more details, check the Design Museum website.

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