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Andy Warhol, William Burroughs and David Lynch exhibition at the Photographer’s Gallery in Jan 2014

Three of perhaps the most iconic and innovative creators within their fields are set to have works displayed at the Photographer’s Gallery in London from Jan 2014.

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‘Taking Shots’ which celebrates 100 years since Burrough’s birth, will be the first big photographic exhibition of the author.  With over 100 images on display between the 1950s and ’70s it shows the visual research that underpins his many other works.

Andy Warhol’s images are those taken in the last decade of his life. Having abandoned the dictaphone, Warhol went for a 35mm film camera to record the daily situations around him.

David Lynch’s fascination for all things industrial will also be on show.




“Everywhere we went the factories had all been torn down.” – David Lynch exhibition; Női Kabát song ‘Industry’

You can hear the whirrs and clunks in Eraserhead, a film by David Lynch with heavy industrial influence. From January 17th to March 2014 you can now visit David Lynch’s exhibition showing photography inspired by his long-term fascination with everything industrial. Full article here: The Independent

At The Black Lodge we play some industrial music as well as dance, in light of Lynch’s fascination with things mechanical. Take a listen to Női Kabát’s song Industry  set to Barry Hines’ Threads, a film based on the industrial city of Sheffield faced with the nuclear fallout during the Cold War. You can also buy the song here: