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Sake Bar Late Nights
Institute of Contemporary Arts
March 2023
2 – 5 October 2019

To celebrate the autumn season, a late-night programme of music in Rirkrit Tiravanija’s permanently sited work untitled 2019 (the form of the flower is unknown to the seed).

Featuring live DJ sets from Wednesday 2 to Saturday 5 October, 9pm – late.

Rochelle Canteen will be serving bar snacks and their regular drinks menu plus sake by the glass, carafe or bottle from 6pm.

Find out more about Tiravanija’s work here.
Jlte is resident host at Public Order on NTS & member of QTIPOC collective Black Obsidian Sound System, sound tracking for her siblings through lifting throwbacks, resonant discords & grounding syncopations. Playing chutney, batida & bubbling through to dreamy desi heaters & experimental rnb flips.

O.K.K. is Ony, Kast & Kemar – top shelf East London-based DJ collective known for bringing huge love to outdoor parties in Dalston's Gillett Square – all approaches musically chopped up/never slopped up.

Hodan Styrene is a British-Somali jazz DJ born and bred in London. She is the creator of radio projects like ‘The Garden is Open’ and ‘The Sessions’ and has played at NTS, Rinse France and has a monthly show at Balamii. For Hodan, jazz is the living thread that weaves all black art and technology: hip-hop, electronic, techno, soul, funk, house, and drum and bass. Playing music for the mind, body and soul.  

Mellowdramatics’ sets blend ukg, reggaetón & soca hooks with ambient & percussive club music. 

Thursday 3 October
O.K.K. (NTS) 

Friday 4 October
Hodan Styrene

Free entry

Hodan Styrene
O.K.K., image credit: Caspar Swindells