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"I Remember" is an unforgettable multi media event curated by Harry Pye whose previous projects

include 100 Mothers, For Peel, Viva Pablo, I'm Shy, It May Be Rubbish But It's British Rubbish, and A

Night on Earth.

For this show Pye has selected 21 artists to contribute an artwork about memories that will be

displayed at A-side B-side Gallery.

Curator Harry Pye says:

After watching Federico Fellini’s 1973 film Amarcord I thought it would be interesting to see how

willing some artistic friends of mine would be in sharing some of their memories. Visitors to the show,

readers of the magazine and listeners to the CD will be faced with many different memories from

many different people. Some say: “Half the fun of remembering is the rearranging” I don’t know how

much rearranging has been going on. I picked the artists rather than the work. I am unable to say

which memories are true or not. I Remember is both an art exhibition and a publication with an

accompanying CD. Don’t forget to remember the opening party on the 14th November

The artists in the show are as follows:

Justin Bailey, Gordon Beswick, Mel Cole, Chris Coombes, Rosalind Davis, Caroline Gervay, Dom

Kennedy, Tom Lovelace, Chloe Mortimer, Simon Munnery, Kate Murdoch, Liam Newnham, Christopher

Owen, Liz Purchase, Kes Richardson, Alli Sharma, Annabel Tilley, Barry Thompson, Julian Wakeling,

Aleksandra Wojcik, Paul Wye

The exhibition is sponsored by The Rebel Magazine. There will be a special issue of The Rebel

available to buy on the opening night which features a free CD of songs about memories by 5

different musical acts including Trogons, The Pheramoans, The Values and Mikey Georgeson. The

magazine also features 21 text memories from different artists and writers.

Accompanying image is by Aleksandra Wojcik (From The Series "Postcards From My Life" 2011)

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I Remember