October 2014


Technology + Teamwork is a - sort of - weird-synth-pop duo from London and I am extremely happy and honored to be having them play live at my exhibition at Le Salon in Paris this Saturday, from around 19:00. Don't miss this!


This is their bio, taken from their label, Parlour Records' website:


>>>>>> Technology + Teamwork are Anthony Silvester and Sarah Jones.


Anthony and Sarah met at Bestival and decided to start their own band. Technology + Teamwork was born soon after and their first project was to write the score for Sheffield film-maker Simon Green’s 2012 short film Albatross: A Love Story. After this successful collaboration they built their own studio in London and continued to streamline their sound. Whist pulling in influences from many different directions the music of T+T is highly rhythmic and percussive thanks to Sarah’s drumming and strongly melodic through Anthony’s lyrics and song writing. The lead vocal on Small Victory is shared, a duet between processed, disembodied vocals amid a beautifully crafted synth-pop song that is both unusual and incredibly engaging.


July 2014 saw the release of their highly anticipated debut single Small Victory through Parlour Records on limited 12″ vinyl featuring remixes by Joe Goddard (Hot Chip) and Grovesnor.


Currently, they are touring around Europe supporting New Build


Tomorrow, Thursday, is the opening of my exhibition in Paris.

From 18:00 to 22:00. 

Right after that, the gallery and I will be throwing a nice, free, all-night-long afterparty nearby, at Cafe Josephine (25 rue Moret), with our friends Pedro Winter and Feadz (two of my all time favorite djs that is!) taking care of the music!!! I myself will also be djing later on, as well as my Greek brother Legal Tender in the beginning. 


Dimitris Rokos solo exhibition at Le Salon gallery (92, rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011, Paris, France) // 16 - 30 October // Tuesday to Saturday, 15:00 - 20:00

OPENING: Thursday the 16th of October, 18:00

This will be my first ever solo show outside of Athens.

It will be a selection of some of the work I've done over the last three years (a couple from my previous exhibition "Icecreamville" and a few newer ones), under the title "Temple of Fear", "Fear" referring mostly to people's fear of ending up alone, ageing and/or underachieving.