AVAILABLE NOW ! OPEN_NETWORK LONGSLEEVES in the e-boutique + ENDGAME’S “CRYING IN THE CLUB”

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A limited edition longsleeve, printed in London and designed by NYC artist Kiki Kudo, is launched to celebrate the ongoing life of the OPEN_NETWORK group exhibition, curated by PRIMITIVE LONDON, Champ Magazine and DontWatchThatTV.

The garment is created utilizing available technology, for communication and re-use.

An SD Card featuring all artist films and EndgamE’s ‘Crying In The Club’ mix launches with the garment, which can also be re-used with the 1GB of memory. The QR code printed on the neck label of the longsleeve links it all online where content and news are ever-changing.

The Open_Network garment can be found at 
Primitive London, Ka-pok in Hong Kong and Pigalle in Paris 

Limited to 100 items worldwide.

 

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* NOW AVAILABLE IN THE  E-BOUTIQUE  *

Printed in London on Premium 100% Cotton pre-shrunk Jersey knit

ONLY IN MENS SIZES
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SD Card contains all artist films AND an exclusive mix by ENDGAME titled “Crying In The Club”. SD Card can also be re-used

 

QR CODE printed as neck label which directs the viewer to the event’s live stream and artists links

 

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Designed by Kiki Kudo, the Japanese artist, writer and DJ based in New York, the aesthetic is a new take on the logo craze and emphasizes there is a strength in modest identification.

The Open_Network Exhibition saw Primitive London’s boutique and gallery on Shacklewell Lane in East London transformed into a visual, auditory, and visceral event, celebrating artists pushing the foundations in new media and new experiences.

Artists:

Daniel Swan
Luke Clayton Thompson
Felipe Narvaez
Simon Whybray
Aaron Chan
Emilio Gomariz 
and  Natalia Stuyk

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Live streaming of the event by Ustream via PrimtiveLondon.co.uk