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Join artist and musician Jenny Moore as she produces and hosts the first live Moving Targets radio show in the galleries.

Someone shouts: There’s punk in here!

And we shout back: Shut Up! We’re busy!

When a sub-culture excludes itself, when an avid record collector strokes the vinyl but strips the singer, when paraphernalia props up the patriarchy, when the only place for a girl to be punk is in the punctuation, when you fake it, when an archive stops time but the femmes and queers and POCs and girls and kids had never been given clocks in the first place.

You can’t win them all, ladies & gentlemen is a live radio show produced by artist and musician Jenny Moore. For the POSERS episode join the show as a member of the studio audience, as we navigate being on the outside of the outside. Get together. Talk about it. Make Things, mess it up.

Listen Here…


The second Moving Targets radio show will be produced and hosted by online magazine gal-dem, click here for more details.

Jenny Moore is a Canadian artist and musician based in London. She makes live events and installations where sculpture and performance meet, using music and comedy and groups of friends.  She plays in the all-female, all-drum band Charismatic Megafauna and the kraut-pop band Bas Jan. She hosts and writes You can’t win them all, ladies and gentlemen, an occasional, live, travelling radio show exploring the insane neo-liberal demands that artists be everything to everyone.  Recent performances include SEX TALK MTG at Serpentine Gallery, Late @ Tate Britain, Likely Stories with Jarvis Cocker, BFI London,  Bear Pit residency at Focal Point Gallery,  Block Universe Performance Festival, London; Serpentine Gallery, London; Tate Britain; Library Gallery, Canada; Wysing Music Festival, Cambridge; Victoria & Albert Museum, London. Almanac Projects, Tate Modern, South London Gallery, Hayward Gallery (all London), LA Pedestrians (Los Angeles), Bergen Kunsthalle (Norway), and the Printed Matter Art Book Fair (New York). She went to art school twice, in Winnipeg and London.

Join in the conversation using #bristolpunk.

This event is part of the Moving Targets programme