There Is No More There Any More

A new wordpress blog ” There Is No More There Any More” is the art / music site of improvising musician Nick Janczak and visual artist L.P. Ponor with various guest collaborators. We made it to have a place online where we could show all our videos together in date order – a series of art-music collaborations, where the images and music take no precedence over each other but instead are intended to be seen as a whole. I’ll also post any other info about gallery showings or events here too.

some @ponor at SHAPE arts new pop-up shop – London E20

A new exhibition at Shape Gallery, the ‘pop-up’ space of disability-led arts organisation Shape Arts, has launched showcasing a dynamic mix of emerging talent and established artists in the heart of Westfield Stratford City. @ShapeArts  #ShapeArts.

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The other artists represented are :

Michael Brown,

Susan Kruse,

Michael Nash,

Amy Nettleton,

Jack Haslam,

Kathryn Sawbridge

Vivi-Mari Carpelan,

Dene Leigh,

Georgina Fowler,

John Jennings,

Sarah Hill,

Richard Butchins,

Brendan Wilson,

Tony Fisher and Mark Tamer.

@ponor #twitterArtexhibit

ponor twitter art Moss Norway@ponor

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Twitter: @twitrartexhibit
Facebook: /twitterartexhibit

Twitter Art Exhibit: Moss is an international exhibition of original postcard art benefiting Home-Start Moss, a nonprofit organization helping families in need. Home-Start believes that every child deserves the best start in life. By matching experienced volunteers to families with young children, Home-Start provides support that is free to the family, confidential, and based on individual needs. Volunteers do not make judgements or tell the parents how to live their lives; instead, they try to encourage confidence and independence, and help families build their own networks of friends and other support.

Twitter Art Exhibit: Moss is the fifth instalment of an open international exhibition of handmade postcard art for charity, donated by hundreds of participating artists from around the globe.

Social media plays a major role in Twitter Art Exhibit. It is our intention to tweet, share, seed and promote our artists to thank them for their participation, and to make this event a huge success.

The event will be highly publicized and well attended by art buyers and enthusiasts, members of the press, local artists and the community, as well as by the staff of Home-Start Moss, and the families they support.

Home-Start website (Norwegian):

English (UK):

What Could Possibly Go Right?

Continuing with the series of art-music collaborations, where the images and music take no precedence over each other, but instead are intended to be perceived as a whole.

Urban Munk: Original Music Track

L.P Ponor: Digital Drawing and Video

Nick Janczak: Additional Music, Trumpet and mix

What Could Possibly Go Right ? from Ponor on Vimeo.

Info: The videos have been shown at different locations – in the UK so far – we send them to people who want to show them in different settings… Sending people video files in requested formats is quick to do and as long as the person/arts organisation has the necessary equipment to show the work at their end, it’s usually not too problematic. You can also run vids on smaller screens of course.. so for example, it’s quite possible to even use a simple digital photograph viewer – with the video saved to a memory stick – and show collaborations like this as a moving music/artwork on a wall… : )… I’m a painter, but trying out new ways of working visually with digital images and music collaborations where the art/music are conceived/made together as a whole entity (rather than sticking visuals on a music track or vice versa), is really interesting territory… This is an ongoing project… : )

from some dark tower


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