Guerrilla Conditions: A Seance With Antony Balch (Cut Ups @ Beat Hotel) - Horse Hospital, London, April 6

Joe Ambrose presents Cut Ups at The Beat Hotel.
 Saturday, 6 April 2013 - 8 pm - Horse Hospital, Bloomsbury, London

Guerrilla Conditions: A Seance With Antony Balch.
A film by Raymond Salvatore Harmon. With a live soundtrack created by Imaginary Forces.

...The world premier of art terrorist and media artist Raymond Salvatore Harmon's first film in three years, a reimagining of filmmaker Antony Balch's collaborations with William Burroughs and Brion Gysin.

Imaginary Forces is a London-based music composer who reduces electronic music to its component elements, deconstructing it and turning it into something far more challenging.

English Cut Up novelist Terry Wilson is assessed and contextualised by Matthew Levi Stevens, author of the only published study of Wilson's fiction. Wilson's work chronicles his experiences, from 1971 on, as a disciple of Burroughs and Gysin.

New Cut Up work from Nathan Penlington, Billy Chainsaw, Joe Ambrose, Paul Hawkins, and a vast array of artists from every corner of the world & another major film premier TBA.

This occasional club night is organised by Joe Ambrose, and will feature new work by leading street-orientated artists, live music, plus classic Beat Generation movies.

Joe Ambrose organised FINAL ACADEMY / 2012 at The Horse Hospital last October. This sell-out night saluted Beat icon William Burroughs and was described by as the best Burroughs event in the last fifteen years.

Joe Ambrose co-authored Man From Nowhere, the only study of the creative relationship between Burroughs and Gysin. He has worked with Marianne Faithfull, Anita Pallenberg, and Lydia Lunch. He is the author of a notorious biography of Iggy Pop.

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