Archive for September, 2010

Serpentine Ticket Update

Friday, September 10th, 2010

The Serpentine Gallery Future Contemporaries Annual Party is a social highlight of the London art world, and this year takes place on 23 September in the Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2010 designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel.

Apparatjik will operate their Liberation Unit at the event which starts at 7.30 pm.

Even though it’s a closed invite event, the EyeOn Committee are pleased to announce that we will offer 20 Apparatjik fans the opportunity to buy tickets. The tickets will be allocated by lottery and cost 70 pounds which includes cocktails, canapes, party and performance.

Tickets will go on sale to 10 fans, with the opportunity to buy one ticket for themselves + 1 for a guest.

Spare tickets will rollover to other people who emailed their details to The EyeOn Committee.

To register for the chance to buy tickets please submit your name and e-mail address before 6 pm Monday the 13th of September.

Invitees will be notified on Tuesday morning with a special code, they will have to submit the code to the Serpentine Gallery no later than Wednesday September 15th to buy their tickets.

Please email this address: SYSTEM NOW CLOSED.

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Live Performance – Serpentine Pavilion

Thursday, September 2nd, 2010

The EyeOn Committee has approved usage rights of the liberation unit – powered by Apparatjiks: Guy A, Martin A, Magne A and Jonas A for performance on September 23rd 2010.

The cube will be located at the Serpentine Pavilion within Hype Park, London. Tickets are currently not on sale – a new bulletin will be posted in the near future.

The Committee would like to stress that ticket availability will be low due to the limited capacity at the pavilion. Serpentine members get first refusal and only after that will tickets be released.

“We are here” is currently available at The Outland & iTunes

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