7 Rue de l'Échelle
Still House Plants
SALON DE NORMANDY BY THE COMMUNITY : SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24
STILL HOUSE PLANTS (LONDON/GLASGOW)
Still House Plants (33-33) performs in Palazzo, on the Ground Floor on Saturday, October 24 at 13H30 until 17H30.
Still House Plants are a Glasgow and South London-based three-piece made up of Finlay Clark, David Kennedy, and Jessica Hickie-Kallenbach. During the release of their acclaimed ‘Long Play’ LP in October 2018, the group undertook a six-month residency at London experimental music venue Cafe Oto. ‘Long Play’ featured in several Best of 2018 lists, including Low Company, The Wire, and KRAAK, and the group were interviewed in The Wire (January 2019). Their sophomore album ‘Fast Edit’ out via Blank Forms and Bison Records won high praise in The Guardian, The Quietus, Tone Glow, Bandcamp and many more. This will be the group’s debut performance in Paris.
“The trio, formed at Glasgow School of Art, have made one of the underground records of the year.” — The Guardian
SALON DE NORMANDY BY THE COMMUNITY IS A FREE-TO-VISIT AND FREE-TO-EXHIBIT-BY-INVITATION INITIATIVE.
ALL VISITORS ARE REQUIRED TO REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.THECOMMUNITY.IO/SALONDENORMANDY FOR A FREE RENDEZ-VOUS TO VISIT THE SALON DE NORMANDY BY THE COMMUNITY 2020.
33-33 is a co-operative founded in 2016 to promote exploratory and experimental music and arts around the globe, engaging with the rapidly changing social and material conditions of contemporary culture. As an organisation, 33-33 grew out of the events series St John Sessions, a flagship programme of concerts taking place in a dilapidated church in East London since 2014.
Since 2018, 33-33 have presented MODE, an annual series of events, staged in collaboration with multiple organisations in different venues across London, featuring a diverse mix of music, visual art, performance and film. The inaugural MODE programme has been curated by Oscar-winning composer, pianist and electronic pioneer Ryuichi Sakamoto.
In 2019, electronic musician Laurel Halo curated the series, with performances from Wolfgang Voigt/GAS, Eli Keszler, Julia Holter and many more. In 2019, the 33-33 record label was relaunched with releases from Keiji Haino & Charles Hayward; Oren Ambarchi, Mark Fell, and The Clandestine Quartet. El Hardwick’s 8, a concept album, will be released on 20 November, 2020.
ABOUT THE COMMUNITY:
The Community is a collective-run, non-profit multidisciplinary art institution, established in 2016.
Founded on a long-standing need for shared space and a platform to stimulate ideas and create collaboration across different artistic disciplines, The Community opened its doors at 65 rue du Château d’Eau, in the 10th arrondissement of Paris in the Fall of 2016.
Focussing on multidisciplinary exhibitions, each event offered an alternative to traditional thinking, where especially in Paris different disciplines of art, fashion, publishing, and music were almost always categorised individually.
The Community has since organised 25+ shows, 40+ events, and one salon in Paris, Los Angeles, Basel, London, Brussels, Marseille, and Nottingham, gathering more than 250 artists from 36 different countries.
Working with international artists and collaborators, The Community represents a growing network that all naturally move between disciplines and believe in artistic work and collaborations beyond existing borders.
In 2018, The Community closed its doors in Château d’Eau in an effort to expand the institution. In early 2021, The Community will open its new home in the neighborhood of Pantin, northeast of Paris, to continue supporting emerging and established artists through interdisciplinary programming.
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