Someday All The Adults Will Die

Someday All The Adults Will Die: Punk Graphics 1971-1984, curated by Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage, provides a comprehensive overview of punk graphic design, highlighting imagery before, during and after the punk years, drawing upon previously unseen public and private archives and collections.

Punk and post-punk graphic design is illuminated by examples of homemade cassettes, fanzines, posters, handbills, records and clothing.

Highlights include original artworks by Gee Vaucher, Jamie Reid, Gary Panter, John Holmstrom and Penny Rimbaud alongside numerous anonymous artists.

The exhibition coincides with the publication of Punk: An Aesthetic by Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage, published by Rizzoli.

September 13 – November 4, 2012
Hayward Gallery, London

Penny Rimbaud gigs in Montreal and London

Penny Rimbaud is on the loose again, with two June gigs, one on either side of the Atlantic!

FESTIVAL SUONI PER II POPOLO - SUNDAY 10th JUNE 2012

The Suoni Per II Popolo in Montreal, Canada is a community based music festival which presents local and international musicians performing in a variety of styles such as free jazz, improvisation, avant rock, noise and 20th century classical work.

Penny Rimbaud and Louise Elliott will play and perform with the dance company We R Dying 2 Kill U.

Doors open 8pm with two sets of 45 minutes at Sala Rossa.

Sala Rossa
4848 Boulevard Saint-Laurent
Montréal, Québec
(514) 284-0122

Penny is also holding a workshop on 12th June from 1pm to 3pm at Casa del Popolo.
Full details from the festival website.

The Vortex – 27th June

Penny Rimbaud’s Last Amendment presents Reason Veils the Absurd. Following a five year recluse in the metaphorical woodshed, Rimbaud returns to the Vortex on a quarterly residency feeling ‘none the wiser and all the better for it’. Expect a heady mix of musings, magnificence, nonsense, improv, outprov, fusion, confusion, poetry and jazz. Standing (and oftimes falling) at the forefront of the neo-romantic avant-garde, Rimbaud is joined this evening by co-conspirators Eve Libertine (vox), Charles Webber (signal generators), Louise Elliott (sax’n'flute), Kate Shortt (cello), Jennifer Maidman (bass), Gene Calderazzo (drums) and Gee Vaucher (visuals).

You can ignore them, but, thank the Lord, they won’t go away.’ Vice Magazine.

Oh dear, they’re at it again.’ Jazz Weakly.

Doors open 8ish. Tickets £8.

Vortex
11 Gillett Square
Dalston
London N16 8AZ. Tel: 0207 254 4097.
nearest rail: Dalston Kingsland, Dalston Junction

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Consummatum Est

Now that all six of the original Crass albums have been reissued on CD for the Crassical Collection, we are able to fit together the pieces of the puzzle that make up the Crass symbol from the covers.

The symbol is from a photographer of one of Crass drummer Penny Rimbaud’s old bass drum heads.

And if you like, you can also hang it on your wall, by way of a poster designed by the band’s artist Gee Vaucher.

We’d like to thank Crass fan Alan Jones for suggesting it!

Available for pre-order now in the Southern shop.

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