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Daniel Radcliffe to attend launch of 'Kill Your Darlings' UK Cut Up Art Exhibition
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Written by Red   
Tuesday, 05 November 2013 16:23

The official 'Kill Your Darlings' UK Facebook announced the Cut Up Art Exhibition, to premier and be attended by its lead actor, Daniel Radcliffe, in London on November 21. More information on how to enter here:

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Daniel Radcliffe to launch London’s first ‘Cut Up’ art exhibition on 21st November to celebrate the upcoming release of Kill Your Darlings .

The Exhibition will take the form of projections that will travel around the Capital being seen by thousands of Londoners in key locations.

This first of a kind exhibition will feature a selection of original ‘Cut Up’ artworks submitted by artists and designers via Facebook.

The exhibition will be projected in London on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of November.

Join this event for project updates.
Check out #KYDcutUp for more information and to join the cut up conversation.

Definition of ‘Kill Your Darlings’

William Faulkner said that “You must kill all your darlings” which illustrates the necessity of getting rid of your idols for the greater good of your creative work. Figuratively killing the darlings that inspire you.  

For a chance to have your work included in the London Cut-Up art exhibition and attend the exhibition launch with Daniel Radcliffe on Thursday 21 November, upload an image of your cut-up artwork to the Kill Your Darlings UK Facebook page no later than Sunday 17 November.

Facebook submissions should be .jpg, .bmp, .png, .gif or.tiff image files and should be 15mb or less in size and must be available for projection in digital image format either in 1024 x 768 landscape or 768 x 1024 portrait pixel resolution. The exhibition will take the form of a series of projections that will appear across London locations between November 21-23.

 

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