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13.5.– 22.6. Outdoor sound installation Weaving, yearning comes to Kings Cross

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12.5. Step onto the frontline of the cultural cold war with Disco and Atomic War
12.5. Step onto the frontline of the cultural cold war with Disco and Atomic War Inspired by the documentary Disco and Atomic War (2009), Dash Arts is organising an evening of live conversation exploring borders, propaganda and censorship.
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7.–16.5. In Short Europe: Happy Together film festival invites the viewer to embrace positivity
7.–16.5. In Short Europe: Happy Together film festival invites the viewer to embrace positivity The third edition of the In Short, Europe short film festival will be taking place from 7–16 May.
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Artists Kalle Nio and Hans Rosenström: We want Weaving, Yearning to be a surprising and magical experience 
Artists Kalle Nio and Hans Rosenström: We want Weaving, Yearning to be a surprising and magical experience  Weaving, Yearning is a sound art installation that guides the audience along a 400-metre route through the heart of London’s King’s Cross.
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The Making of Teemu Määttänen's Noste Southbank Centre’s Winter Light exhibition brings Finnish media artist Teemu Määttänen’s installation Noste to London.
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