The exhibition was based on the peregrination of William Hogarth ’s to the Thames Estuary Island in 1732.
Technotrans

A sound piece recorded with the complicity of asylum seekers. London.09.2008.

Presented as a DJ Mix in the specific context of the Truck Transport Industry Convention
Salon Technotrans (Technology Transport) - Nantes,France.10.2008.

Closing event for Planning at Danielle Arnaud
123 Kennington Road London SE11 6SF
 
Wednesday 23 June 2010
7pm
 
Art critic and curator Guy Brett will be in conversation with artist Cyril Lepetit
 
Booking is essential, reply to: danielle@daniellearnaud.com
 

Guy Brett is a long established London-based art critic, curator and lecturer on art.
Brett's work has been instrumental in the development of European and Latin-American kinetic art during the 1960s - he curated influential exhibitions such as "In Motion", an international exhibition of kinetic art for the Arts Council of Great Britain (1966). Other notable international exhibitions include 'Force Fields: Phases of the Kinetic' (MACBA, Barcelona and Hayward Gallery, London, 2000), 'Li Yuan-chia' (Camden Arts Centre, London and touring, 2001) and 'Boris Gerrets' (Kiasma, Helsinki, 2002).
He has published widely in the international art press, including monographic essays on Rasheed Araeen, Derek Boshier, Lygia Clark, Eugenio Dittborn, Rose Finn-Kelcey, Rose English, Tina Keane, Victor Grippo, Brion Gysin, Mona Hatoum, Susan Hiller, Ghisha Koenig, David Medalla, Helio Oiticica, Lygia Pape and Aubrey Williams; publications include 'Through Our Own Eyes: Popular Art and Modern History' (New Society,1986), 'Transcontinental: Nine Latin American Artists' (Verso, 1990), 'Exploding Galaxies: The Art of David Medalla' (Kala Press, 1995), Mona Hatoum (Phaidon, 1997) and 'Susan Hiller: Recall' (Baltic, 2004).
Guy Brett has been instrumental in making the work of Latin American artists accessible to a wider public - his book 'Carnival of Perception' (Iniva, 2004) includes seminal essays on key Latin American practitioners, as well as several texts that explore the cross-cultural and experimental diversity of the London art scene since the 1960s.

"Oiticica in London", a collection of essays from 1976-2002, is his most recent publication. It was co-edited with Luciano Figueiredo and released to coincide with the "Oitica: the Body of Color" exhibiton at Tate Modern (Tate, 2007). He co-curated the Cildo Meireles retrospective at Tate Modern (2008-9), also editing the accompanying catalogue.