The weekend in London 22.03

Christopher Baker Hello World! Or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise

The always on-point Saatchi Gallery presents another mightily impressive piece of work by American artist Christopher Baker. Baker, who originally trained as a scientist, explores the way in which we present ourselves, as well as our relationship with public spaces. How does he do this? With an absolutely massive audio visual installation comprised of thousands of video diaries gathered from the internet, of course!

Until 31st March
Saatchi Screen, 73 Duke Of York’s Square, SW3 4LY
www.saatchi-gallery.co.uk

Alice Channer – Out Of Body

Goldsmith’s graduate Alice Chennar has installed a new collection of her stunning conceived sculptural works for an exhibition at the South London Gallery. With her metallic, reflective work, Chennar offers a unique perspective on manufacturing, hand-made goods and consumer culture. With a focus on clothing and personal adornment in much of her work, this exhibition features more of the same… and it’s totally captivating.

Until 13th May
South London Gallery, 65-67 Peckham Road, London SE5 8UH
www.southlondongallery.org

Sunday Best

Bestival founder Rob Da Bank brings his Sunday Best night down to south London for it promises all the fun of a festival squeezed into one big night. Held at the Bussey Warehouse on Rye Lane, a neighbourhood cultural centre, expect a fun crowd. Headliners include, wait for it, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Drums Of Death, Rob Da Bank and Bristol legend DJ Derek.

24th March, 22h00-05h00
Bussey Warehouse, 133 Rye Lane SE15 3ST
www.clfartcafe.org

Nero

West Londoners Daniel Stephens and Joseph Ray are a force to be reckoned with. They carved out a name for themselves with their early drum n’ bass, but it was their dubstep that really made us sit up and pay attention. Their remix of Blinded By The Lights By The Streets is a timeless classic and has helped make them one of the most in-demand dubstep acts in town… they even scored a UK No. 1 with Promises. This gig will be insane, so come prepared.

24th March, 19h00
Brixton Academy, 211 Stockwell Road  London, UK SW9 9SL
www.o2academybrixton.co.uk