'Spectre vs. Rector'

Artvehicle 25/Recommended

1st November 2007 — 1st December 2007

Notorious grump, Mark E Smith, of the Fall wrote Spectre vs. Rector in the late 1970s. A lovely number, concerning Montague Rhodes James (1862-1936), Provost of Eton College, and author of Ghost Stories of an Antiquary, and ripe for covering by the reformed Spice Girls. Eton College founded the Eton Mission at Hackney Wick in 1880, to bring Christianity and Charitable Works to the poor of the East End and in honour of this millions artists have produced pieces of work for this show. Included are: Blair Butterfield, Richard Crow, Daisy Delaney, Jon Fawcett, Tim Flitcroft, Polly Gould, Anthony Gross, Mark Hammond, Lucinda, Calum F. Kerr, Adrian Lee, Cathy Lomax, Mark McGowan, Micalef, Simon Ould, Bob and Roberta Smith, Dave Smith, Rose Smith, Peter Suchin to name about 2%. We have been promised a film loop and performance and a 'zine and a CD will be for sale. No doubt there will be drunkenness and jostling at the private view as everybody tries to squeeze in the gallery space and garden and nobody will be able to see anything. Pop along later to see what didn't get trampled.


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