WTF 2012

Art // Music // Performance
Saturday 18th August 2012 12-7pm

Timothy Didymus

WTF is a free one day contemporary festival of live art, sound, music, video and installation. WTF 2012 is the third edition of this dynamic and experimental festival curated by Kassia Zermon (Bunty) and Chloe Hoare in association with Beatabet.

A sound field powered by the elements, re-imagined furniture, a fashion show, the smart phone orchestra, shoe shining, live wall collage, toy hacking, durational jigsaw and found slide stories are some of the many works on offer in this extraordinary arts festival that cannot be missed.

Make Do and Mend

CollectressIn this time of austerity in which art organisations are operating on slashed budgets and artists have dwindling financial support from both the public and private sectors, this festival imagines an art world that loosens it's ties with money.

Make Do and Mend rejects the commodification of the art object and invites alternative modes of artistic practice.
Site-specific works and interactive performances will create a playground for visitors to discover. An exploration of these enchanting gardens will reveal interventions, installations and sculptures consisting of materials that are ephemeral, discarded or borrowed. A live music stage will host an eclectic mix of music. From Bunty 's live looping antics and electronic maestros AKDK to Balkan folk singers Bare foot Howlers and dark strung songs from Kristin Mclement and many more acts.

You will need (not essential but preferable):
- An old T-shirt
- A pair of leather shoes that need buffing
- A bike light
- A piece of scrap paper/magazine cut out

Paula Davies


Aztec Factory
Anne Parfitt
Barefoot Howlers
Ben Beasley
Bermuda Triangle Test Transmission Engineers
Cosmetic Surgery Booth
Chris Parkinson
Danny Bright
Joanna Goddard
Kate Duncan & Lisa Turner Wray
Kristin McClement
Marina Sossi
Matt Kilpatrick
Morgan Cahn
Panos Dimitropoulos
Patrick Burton
Paula Davy
P.I.P. Partnership
Poppy Kaye
Smart Phone Orchestra
Sylvia Saunders Shoe Shine
Tamar Daly
Timothy Didymus
Affordable Cosmetic Surgery
Fixy T-shirt Maker

Falmer Court,
East Street,
Falmer Village,
BN1 9PB.

If you have any queries, feel free to contact us:



Tickets & Travel

Entrance to the event is free but strictly by invitation only, to RSVP please email:

There is no parking available in Falmer Village, please do not come by car.

Public transport: take the number 25 bus and get off at the University of Brighton (the bus goes through the University of Sussex and then crosses the A27 to the University of Brighton campus). Walk back the way the bus came, cross straight over Falmer Road and past the Farm Shop. Follow the road round to the left, around the pond, and in the bottom corner is a wooden gate with a gravel drive. This is Falmer Court.

Alternatively take the train to Falmer train station and walk up through the University of Brighton campus and then follow the above directions past the bus stop.

About the organisers

Kassia Zermon is a vital member of Beatabet, though better known for her solo looping projects/workshops as Bunty.
Beatabet, founded in 2002, is a dynamic coalition of artists from a broad range of disciplines who come together regularly to perform, create, compose and experiment.  Beatabet  curate multi-media events and performances around the UK. These are known for their unusual settings, their diverse line-ups and their refreshing balance between the experimental and the more accessible, managing to maintain a great sense of fun throughout.

Chloe Hoare is an independent curator and arts administrator who has worked with Brighton Photo Biennial, Brighton Photo Fringe and Fabrica Gallery. She is currently studying for an MA in Arts Policy and Management at Birkbeck College, London.