All our events are free to attend, but if you’d like to support our public facing programmes, you can make a donation.

Wednesday 1 June, 7pm 

Live Art Club 

Monthly open platform for artists working in live art, performance art and interdisciplinary practice

Friday 3 & 10 June

In Dedication

Screenings and performances as part  of a landmark exhibition of Trans* artists work In Dedication, produced by We Exist

Monday 1 August, 7pm

Live Art Club

Monthly open platform for artists working in live art, performance art and interdisciplinary practice

Thursday 18 August, 7.30pm

Hollie Miller & Craig Scott

Rescheduled performance exploring the body as an electronic instrument through a self designed external circulatory system

April Lin 林森. Image courtesy of the artist.

ANIMUS, 2020. Image courtesy of Hollie Miller.

Image by QueerGarden.

Live Art Club

June 2022

Wednesday 1 June 2022, 7pm
>Audience RSVP
>Artists sign up

Taking the function of a studio as a site of artistic creation, Live Art Club expands  the idea of what a studio can be. Rather than imagining a studio as a private, enclosed space, Live Art Club proposes the studio as a place of gathering, where creative experiments take place in dialogue with peers and community:

Do you have part of a new idea, an experiment in working with an audience, a way of moving your body, a series of sounds you’re excited by, an unexpected activation of the space, an interruption of tradition, guttural words that want to explode out of you, a re-performance of a forgotten idea or anything else that might look/feel/taste like Live Art?

We want to see it! Share what you’ve been working on with us at our next event on June 1st. 

>Info for artists about participating in Live Art Club

Live Art Club is a monthly open platform for performance art, taking place on the 1st of the month at VSSL. It is free to attend and free to participate in.

Audiences, please do RSVP to let us know you are coming. 

Project  Info, Venue, Access
>Live Art Club  project info
>Location & access


April Lin 林森. Image courtesy of the artist.

In Dedication

presented by We Exist

>Friday 3 June, 6pm (RSVP)
>Friday 10 June, 6pm (RSVP)

In Dedication is an exhibition dedicated to We Exist co-founder Sophie Gwen Williams and her vision.

The exhibition includes new and existing work by 28 trans and non-binary artists in devotion to memory, community, the body, history, ancestors, desire, longing, a future, ritual, healing, liberation, resistance, love and to ourselves.  These acts of dedication are told through moving-image, sound, photography, painting installation and performance, hosted by the Koppel Project. Running alongside the exhibition are two screening and performance events at VSSL studio. The events are free, but please do RSVP.

Friday 3 June: Screening event, 6-9pm
Featuring Es Morgan, April Lin 林森, nnull, Clémentine Bedos, Holly Hunter, Verity Coward, Assia Ghendir, and Grace Sands - RSVP

Friday 10 June: an evening of performances, 6-9pm
Featuring  Cosmic Caz,  Chloe Filani, SHEIVA and Clémentine Bedos - RSVP

The exhibition, screenings and performance events are curated by Iarlaith Ni Fheorais and five curatorial mentees: Delia Detritus, Saati McCormack, Caz Ortoli, Puer Deorum and Willow Killeen

about We Exist

We Exist is a London-based arts organisation headed by a collective of formidable trans creatives and community organisers, established to provide emergency support for the LGBTQI+ community across the UK. Founded in 2020 by multidisciplinary artist and activist Sophie Gwen Williams, community organiser and club promoter Jo Alloway and artist and community organiser June Lam, We Exist is both a healthcare fund providing tangible support to trans folks in the UK in crisis, and an innovative trans led creative arts organisation with a focus on community engagement and events programming.

Project  Info, Venue, Access
>In Dedication
>Location & access

>We Exist

The exhibition and residency at The Koppel Project are supported by We Exist partners Body Movements, Dalston Superstore and Hard + Shiny, and with the support of Arts Council England.

Metamorph, Clementine Bedos. Image courtesy of the artist.

 Sheiva. Image courtesy of the artist.

to feel something tipping, under and towards you, Es Morgan. Image courtesy of the artist.

Hollie Miller & Craig Scott. Animus, 2020. Image courtesy of the artists.

Hollie Miller
& Craig Scott

Thursday 18th August, 7.30pm
> RSVP (coming soon)

As part of their residency at VSSL, Hollie Miller and Craig Scott will share work in progress of their new collaborative performance, inquiring into how wearable sensors can unify dance choreography and music composition. Using haptic feedback monitors and conductive cord they will explore the body as an electronic instrument through a self designed external circulatory system. Sound and movement initiation and manipulation become intertwined in a single organism unified via a technological umbilical cord.

>Location & access

about the artists

Hollie Miller is a performance artist with an interdisciplinary practice and background in contemporary dance. Craig Scott is a composer and sound artist working with performers, robots and custom built digital and analogue hardware. Together they seek a sculptural dialogue between sound and movement to make highly visual and visceral performance that blurs the perceptual line between the organic and synthetic. 

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