Jäger Soho launches pop-up with beatboxer and artist Reeps One

The collection of ‘Attention Deficit Order Drawings’, are ADD focused, and celebrate hyper-busy minds.



World-class beatboxer and voice artist, Reeps One, will curate a pop-up of his artwork in Jäger Soho (Jägermeister and Soho Radio’s collaborative space) at 22c Great Windmill St, from Monday 21st January to Sunday 27th January.

Reeps One, real name Harry Yeff, will showcase a selection of pieces from his ongoing series, ‘Attention Deficit Order Drawings’, a collection of ADD focused drawings celebrating hyper-busy minds. There will also be merchandise for sale including caps, scarfs and eye masks.

Speaking about his artistic process, Reeps said, “The drawings are complex interlocking structures and line work, championing the beauty that comes from hyper-focus, complexity and information overload - an attribute often not celebrated within the ADD process.”

On Wednesday 23rd January, 2-4pm, Reeps will partake in a live drawing session utilising pen on paper, and invites people to drop in and find out more about his inspirations and processes.

The pop-up coincides with the first public screening of “We Speak Music” in BFI Southbank on Thursday 24th January. The docu-series explores the unexpected evolution of the human voice and technology, it is fronted by Reeps One, presented by Nokia Bell Labs and was conceived and produced by Lonelyleap.

DATES: 21st – 27th January 2019, 10am - 6pm
LOCATION: Soho Radio, 22c Great Windmill St, London, W1D 7LD


About #JagerSoho
Launched in 2017, Jäger Soho is a collaboration between Jägermeister and Soho Radio which aims to provide a platform for musicians, brands, projects and makers. Their projects include; the Vinyl Sessions, residencies at their pop-up space in Soho, a monthly #JagerMusic radio show and live broadcasts from some of the summer’s biggest festivals.

About Reeps One:
Artist Harry Yeff (AKA Reeps One) grew up in Walthamstow, East London. He produces work spanning disciplines, contexts and media as a response to an ongoing investigation into vocal music, art and science. His work explores the fusion of visual and audio cultures, transforming vocal music into visible, physical form through performance, installation, sculpture, photographyand film as well as curatorial, directorial and academic projects. Yeff’s expertise in vocal musicianship and performance has generated an online global following, rendering over 100,000,000 views and recognition as a pioneer of experimental vocalism.

Source KINC

January 21, 2019 11:32am ET by KINC  

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