Brings a much-needed sense of indignation and disgust to present-day rituals of commemoration and gives a voice to the anonymous war dead of all nations without tapping into simple patriotic sentimentality.
The Times Literary Supplement
But it’s the Chip Shop – a live installation from the resident Henningham Family Press – which is satisfying the biggest appetites.
There’ll be geodesic domes, a man-powered print production line, a score by Carl Brown of the Wave Machines, and Messiaen’s Quartet for the End of Time on Casio. You’ll not see anything like this at your local church this Sunday.
Le Cool Magazine
It comes as no surprise this is the brainchild of live screenprinters the Henningham Family Press.
Dalston art duo transform the Foundry basement into a 12 foot record player… has to be seen to be fathomed.