TestBed 1 Dafna Talmor

Art & Culture

Beaconsfield Commissions 2010

*TestBed 1
Dafna Talmor
*SpaceShip Earths Free-cycle Party


Sunday 18 July2-8 pm
22 Newport Street,
London SE11 6AY

Join us on Sunday 18th July for Free-cycle Party, the *SpaceShip Earth
Closing Event* to celebrate the culmination of Dafna Talmors TestBed 1
residency at Beaconsfield.

*Come and choose from a range of unwanted goods
*Drop-off until 2pm, Browsing from 3pm, Freecycle Frenzy from 3.30
*Drop-in clothes modification* by Inkeri Medley
Bring old clothes or pick some up at the freecycling party and re-design
with Inkeris guidance.

*CD Burning Station run by Open Music Archive
*Come and choose from a selection of out of copyright/copyleft music from
the Open Music Archive and create a personalised compilation.

*Art & Design Swap-Shop
*Come and view submissions made in response to the project and place a
non-monetary bid on items.

*Screen-printing* *service* by SpaceShip Earth
Screens provided and prepared by London Printworks Trust.

Bring an old T-shirt or bag and get a SpaceShip Earth logo printed.

*Living Roof* in progress by Mark Pavey and friends made out of recycled and
donated materials.

Special thanks to Veolia Environmental Services and Lambeth Sustainable
Waste Management.
Come and see our roof garden in progress, plans for phase 2 of the build and
take part in our shared ownership scheme.

*Music from *DJ Mama Con Yuka with her mobile disco

*Modified Hardware installation *by Michael Shaw (aka DJ Tendraw) and Nitin
Lachhani (aka Bradford Bahamas) using recycled and modified hardware from
donations received throughout the project.

*Live performance* *by DJ Tendraw, Bradford Bahamas at 6pm * followed
by*Lucia Pizzanis Piata

Vegetarian snacks will be available from *The Ragged Canteen*, plus Monmouth
Coffee and delicious treats from Cakehole London, from 11am 6pm.

*Beaconsfield believes that sustainable energy and global parity is of
utmost importance; recycles its waste, works on recycled paper, runs a caf
selling Fairtrade products and has used Good Energy for a decade probably
the first arts organization in London to be powered by 100% green