Saturday, 12 November 2011

The anonymous aliens have moved on

The anonymous aliens have moved on to other planets but the traces of their existence on earth can still be seen, or even exhibited .

Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Articles, interviews

Today we added a section for interviews in the sidebar. If you are curious about the relation between Gorbatschovs' eyebrow and art according to the aliens, check it out in "Articles". Also read the aliens' interview with Dan Perjovschi.

Sunday, 9 March 2008

The pseudonym gallery

The Aliens are now a part of the the Pseudonym Gallery. It is a gallery that "functions the same as any other gallery by producing shows, events and publications with good artists. The only difference in the core material, in that in the pseudonym gallery the artists themselves, each one, is working under a pseudonym."

Wednesday, 30 January 2008

A video library added

Dear visitor, please choose between the different videos from the monitor in the sidebar by clicking on the "book" icon. Now on display: "Morse Ballet", the video showing the aliens psycho mapping a suburb in Helsinki, "Helsinki Communication Bot" and the "EXTRA: Aliens get relational" video. Enjoy!

Monday, 15 October 2007

The Morse Ballet video now online

The videos related to the multi-disciplinary explorations of Anonymous Aliens are now online.

Monday, 10 September 2007

The poster as a mirror

The Stick*Stamp*Fly exhibition at Gasworks has ended. Here one of our "secret" shots from the gallery.

Saturday, 4 August 2007

Stick*Stamp*Fly until 26 August

Opening Night: Thursday 9 August, 7-9pm
Exhibtion Continues: to 26 August
Forthcoming Event: It’s Going to be a Long Night, Thursday 23 August, 7-11.30pm

Stick*Stamp*Fly looks into posters as a means to communicate an event, an opinion or a rumour, as well as objects of design in their own right. Over eighty posters have been selected by open submission for the exhibition, six of which have inspired events.

Stick*Stamp*Fly features a variety of practitioners from across the UK, many of whom previously unknown to Gasworks. While some posters as a vehicle for uncanny proposals and projects, others vary from "chintz" to announcing products and services of the future.

Posters by:
Aliens Anonymous, Dominic Allan, Zeyep Arman, Nikolas Arvanitis & Laura Cherry, Marcos Ayala, Robert Bailey, Dan Baker, Mark Barker, Angus H Braithwaite, Butler-Williams, Julia Calver, Luis Carvajal and Annie Davey, Rachel Cattle & Steve Richards, Julie Caves, Toby Christian, Robin Clare, Leigh Clarke, Katie Cuddon, Janet Curley Cannon, Andrew Curtis, Dans, Defy, Madeline Djerejian, Peter Donaldson, Ekave, Maryclare Foà, Yuen Fong Ling, James Ford, Andreas Gillespie, Dominique Golden, Stuart Gurden, Lewis Heriz, Russell Herron, Julie Hill, Tom Mowe & Simon, Ruth Höflich, Daviel Holliday, Rod Hunt, Mark Hutchinson, Mary Ikomadou & Andrea Francke, Ben Javens, Richard John Jones, Jay Krishner, Adam Latham, Amber Leigh, Graham Lister, Andy Merritt, Bryony Moore, Simon Morse, J.A.Nicholls, Simon Parkin, Avni Patel, Anthony Peters, Kit Poulson, Kirsten Powell, Ruth Pringle, Harry Pye, Pernille Leggat Ramfeld, Ines Rebelo, Kieren Reed & Abigail Hunt, Deborah Rigby, Ruth Rogers, Jessica Rost, Tajender Sagoo, Savage, Katie Schwab, Andro Semeiko, Dylan Shipley, Tom Sowden, Dafna Talmor, Samuel Thomson, Jonathan Trayner, Beatrice Turner, Rachel Tweddell, Cherie-Marie Veiderveld, Kevin Ward, Michael Whitby, Scott Woolson, Everton Wright, Yoke & Zoom, Neil Zakiewicz, Alex Zika, Muna Zuberi.

The exhibition continues until 26 August.

For further information please see or contact the gallery.
Gasworks is open Wednesday to Sunday 12-6pm.

Saturday, 30 June 2007

Aliens Anonymous at Gasworks Gallery, London

Aliens Anonymous are thrilled and beside themselves that AA posters have been selected for a poster competition at Gasworks Gallery, London. Design collective Åbäke, who were involved in the selection of the posters along with Alessio Antoniolli (Director, Gasworks) and Anna Colin (Exhibitions Curator, Gasworks), will be designing a Stick*Stamp*Fly poster which will distributed widely. Watch out for it!

The posters will be exhibited at Gasworks from 10th-26th August 2007. Each Thursday evening from 7pm-9pm during this period, there will be events inspired by the poster submissions.

Tuesday, 5 June 2007

Futuristic Dildo Cozy

Made with love by an Alien granny of the future. A woven and knitted dildo cozy for future generations. Will be available in a variety of colours. Also very practical, can double as a hand puppet!

To San Fransisco with love!

Monday, 28 May 2007

Rumours tell the Aliens will hit Vuosaari next time

Aliens Anonymous presents

The Morse Ballet 5/7 – 3/7 2007

For the first time ever, the critically acclaimed art collective Aliens Anonymous perform The Morse Ballet, with their première live in Helsinki.

The Morse Ballet, is a project aimed at - but at the same time avoiding - vocalizing, structuring, and disambiguation. Aliens Anonymous will install for the timespan of the exhibition a stationary communication bot which will exhibit visual and aural stimulus, causes and effects from their travels in our world, and other worlds which we do not understand.

Moving image documenting the aliens exploring the psycho geography of Vuosaari will also be available for your perusal. They say: We will not be prisoners of the daily routes. The urban environment is designed to control, but we will create a design from our emotional paths. When following these paths we find reasons for movement that was not earlier there. In the Vuotalo Gallery everything is made with love rather than cynicism.

The Morse Ballet is a teaser but Aliens Anonymous is always looking for something to love. Sometimes individuals with something unnameable in common simply coalesce. We live in a global village.

Mosaiikkitori 2, PL 4727, P.O.Box 4727, 00990 Helsinki
Open Monday - Thursday 10 am- 20 pm, Friday 10 am - 6 am, Saturday 10 am - 4 pm

Aliens Anonymous spotted in yatch club in Helsinki

In September 2006 Aliens Anonymous infiltrated a posh dinner at a yacht club with silver box shaped heads and Morse code as their only communication tool.They greeted the hostess in morse, accompanied with ballet steps, and disappeared as peacefully as they came.

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