niki gomez
Since 2002
Works in London United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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The Light Surgeons solo exhibition- The Living Room

Thu Apr 09, 2020 00:00 - Wed Sep 15, 2004

The Living Room by The Light Surgeons
Excavating individuality in a world of flat-packed living

Wednesday 8 September - Sunday 17 October

12 noon - 9pm


The Living Room, a specially commissioned exhibition, explores peoples’ individuality through the customisation of their living spaces.

The Living Room goes behind closed doors and net curtains to reveal the cultural richness of our domestic design tastes. It offers a fresh take on the nation’s current fascination with home makeover TV programmes.

Visionary artists and designers, The Light Surgeons, weave the personal stories of peoples’ homes by creating a unique mixture of video, print work, photography and sound design.

Z-Axis: a live audiovisual performance by the Light Surgeons
A kaleidoscopic audio visual journey exploring themes of architecture and design, fusing classic cult cinema with electronic sounds of Scanone.

Friday 8 October

Theatre @ 7.45pm

Tickets: 10 (8)


40 High Street

Brentford TW8 ODS

Box Office: 020 8232 1010


+++ opportunity for London-based artists +++

Tue Mar 02, 2004 11:11

The Lightsurgeons exciting video realism project THE LIVING ROOM invites London based artists to enhance their skills in documentary-style film-making. The Living Room will uncover peoples homes and personal tastes, habits and cultures. We are looking for volunteers to help produce the material for this gallery exhibition and a live audio-visual performance.

This specially commissioned exhibition is an anthropological study that aims to excavate our fragmented identities from the interiors and artefacts in our urban dwellings. Using an innovative four-camera set up, it draws on local peoples stories through its investigative, documentary approach and a series of out-reach workshops. The exhibition will close with a one-off live performance drawing on themes of cultural identity and the home. We are also looking to tour this piece nationally.

We need people to work on the following areas:
-Gallery installation set-up
-Live performance

Please note this is unpaid.

To apply:
Please go to
Niki Gomez
tel: 0208 232 1012


East London Artist Commissions

Tue Feb 10, 2004 11:30

East End Academy
12 June - 30 August 2004

Call for Entries
The East End Academy is an open submission exhibition showcasing the work of emerging and established artists from East London. It will provide a platform for artists and a snapshot of contemporary practice in Europe


conspiracy and the internet- london 11 dec

Thu Dec 11, 2003 00:00 - Wed Dec 10, 2003

Web of intrigue
11 December 2003, 19.00

Dana Centre, Science Museum, 165 Queen's Gate, South Kensington, London SW7 5HE
Nearest tube: South Kensington

Cost: This event is free but places must be booked by calling
020 7942 4040 or by emailing:

Digital junkies Cybersalon sift fact from fiction with an exploration of conspiracy and the Internet. Is the Internet set to become the plaything of hidden agencies?

Using its trademark discussion/club format and complemented by the Dana Centre's state-of-the-art technology, Cybersalon assembles a panel of experts to call on-line conspirators worldwide to account. Other highlights include the unveiling of Cybersalon's latest maverick software, iConspiracy - an on-line conspiracy generator, a gravity-defying set from 'the first DJ on the moon', and an investigation into digital evangelism from cult magician, Tommy Angel.


Cybersalon 26th Nov 2003

Wed Nov 26, 2003 00:00 - Thu Nov 20, 2003

Cybersalon @ The Lifthouse, Farringdon

(address below)

Wed 26th Nov 2003

7pm - 9pm

an informal discussion event


Sheron Wray + Fleeta Siegel – Texterritory: SMS performance

The co-creators and performers of Texterritory will discuss this new work where the audience direct the narrative by SMS. This commission for Future Physical incorporates dance, music and poetry. Sheron, currently a Nesta fellow, is working on narrowing boundaries between audience and performer; she also has her own contemporary dance company. Texterritory was made using a Flash interface and XML scripting by Fleeta Siegel. What further possibilities are there for this type of audience interaction?

Bea Gibson- satirical software for Indian call centres

Bea Gibson, founder of the Nungu, will discuss her accent neutralisation software made with Sejal Chad and Adrian Ward. Packaged as a training tool for call center agents in India it is a satirical look at the generic 'globalised' identity. The piece is informed by Bea’s position working between Mumbai and London. To what extent can this type of tactical intervention be used?


First Floor,

The Lifthouse,

85 Charterhouse St, (nextdoor to Fabric)

London EC1M 6HJ

Nearest Tube: Farringdon

Tel: 020 7251 8787

Cost: donation

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