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Mutoid Documentary discovered!

Jeff found a disc. A ‘CD Rom’ I gather it’s called. On this ‘Rom’ is not some schmaltz starring Adam Sandler – no no – it’s a Mutoid doc that we’re calling “Mutoid Sam and The Notting Hill Carnival.” It’s an amazing window into Mutoid life in the early 90s, starring sculptors Sam Haggerty, Lyle Rowell as well as other figures still on the scene… that’s Jeff at the start. Magic.

Huge props to Sarah de Beach who made the film, we have literally no idea how you did it in the days of VHS – did you use scissors?

The film is 47 minutes and is up on one chunk, so sit back, put your Walkman down, crack open a Tab Clear and enjoy!

PS – Sam says hello:

Mutoids rock Fuji year after year…

The Mutoids have been helping to make the Fuji Rocks Festival into the successful spectacle it is for years now – and they recently got back from their latest sortie which saw tens of thousands of Japan-o-ravers get it on all night long in the Palace of Wonder. Here’s are a few snaps from recent years thanks to the festival’s organisers Smash UK. Honorable.

Glastonbury warm up Warehouse Party

The Glastonbury warm up is getting hotter, Village Underground will be a smasher: Art is being painted, Sculpture sculpted and DJs are selecting selections! Big thanks to Village Underground and all the DJs for their support of our Glastonbury campaign

BUY TICKETS FOR THE MUTATE BRITAIN GLASTONBURY WARM UP >>HERE<<

GILES WALKER MuTATING THE V&A

Decode: Digital Design Sensations at the V&A showcases the latest developments in digital and interactive design, from small, screen-based, graphics to large-scale interactive installations. The exhibition includes works by established international artists and designers such as Daniel Brown, Golan Levin, Daniel Rozin, Troika,  Karsten Schmidt and our very own Giles Walker, here is sneak preview of his new piece and also an image of the infamosu pole dancers with MuTATE friend Lilly Allen!

Blood sweat and gear oil from Mr Wrekage

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