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Wednesday, 24 February 2010

Quoted on Orioren

Pandemonia Orioren
“A lot of rumours get circulated about who Pandemonia is. In truth we all live behind masks and identities. Pandemonia is just the embodiment of an ideal. I could be any one”

From Orioren Blog

Monday, 22 February 2010

Pam Hogg: Valley of the Shaddow of Darkness


Pandemonia arrives at Pam Hoggs fashion show. Staying blond, she was dressed in her Union Jack latex dress and matching bag.

Siouxsie Sioux opened the show at Victoria House, Bloombsury. The show consisted of ruffs, catsuits and dresses. Strong empowering clothes with geometric and finely tailored lines. Vampish and modern.

Pandemonia particularly liked the gold dress and the one with small pockets on the front.

Photos Telegraph

Pandemonia at Pam Hogg

Saturday, 20 February 2010

J. Maskrey Autumn "Pleasure" Winter collection

London Fashion Week 20/02/2010 Victoria House, Bloomsbury Square London.

Attending the J Maskrey show Pandemonia was given a front row seat. Going blond again, in her trade mark yellow inflatable hair she was dressed in a chic blue pop art dress and matching mules. Her faith full companion, inflatable lap dog, Snowy accompanied her.

Inspired by the "Mask of Fu Man Chu" the show captured the criminal eastern mystical. The collection included knits, sequins and crochet. All in classic black incorporating highly detailed diamonds and sequins. The range included skirts shawls, hats, attachable glittering yakuza styled tattoos, fan head pieces and chiffon dresses. leggings jewel encrusted like the night sky. All set in a magnificent production and ravishing sound scape of the oriental gong.

Pandemonia said the show was stunning and Snowy gives it the nod of approval too.

One mystery remains unsolved, where did Philip Sallon disappear to with with that big rock he picked up and where will it turn up next?

photos by Wenn

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Earlier that day at the Iris Van Herpen show


Iris Van Herpen Synesthesia Autumn Winter 2010

London Fashion Week 20/02/2010 Freemasons Hall London WC2B 5AZ.

Pandemonia attended the Van Herpen fashion show. Still blonde in her trade mark yellow inflatable hair. Dressed in a spring green knee length latex dress, holding a yellow “Pandemonia99” bag.

She admired the futuristic pattern cutting. The Aphex twin sound scape matched the fractal designs. Thinly slashed gold coated leather twisted and twirled fantastically reminding one of Giger.


Dashing home after the show she changed and freshened up in time to see J Maskrey

Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Brits 2010

Going from Blond to Red Head Pandemonia attended the Brit awards 2010.

Dressed all 7ft tall in a unique latex Union Jack dress with matching inflatable clutch bag Pandemonia towered over the crowd and intermingled with the music industry.

Afterwards she made a surprise visit to after party at the Supper club

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Friday, 12 February 2010

Home House valentines party.

Svletlana and Jawek's Asylum seekers arranged marriage valentines party. Home House. 12 February 2010 Hosted by Philip Sallon

Dressed all in white as a bride, clasping a bunch of red roses Pandemonia swanned around the beautiful Robert Adams interiors. Chatting to Philip Sallon, Sera Hersham Loftus to name just a few. Pandemonia

Home House

Photos taken by “social whirl” photographer Dafydd Jones

Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Haiti Fundraiser

Tu Veux Ou Tu Veux Pas?
Pandemonia sings Brigitte Bardot for charity!
10th Febuary Punk Soho.
Shame about the tiny stage. I burst my bubble on the ceiling!

Apparently we raised Twelve hundred ponds!

Johnny Blue Eyes did a great show.

Tuesday, 2 February 2010

Who's Jack

Who's Jack issue 33
page 65

Baked Beans & Champagne
candidate artist Pandemonia

words: Ruthie Holloway
image: Dafydd Jones

Pandemonia, if you've not met her before, Pandemonia is a life size blow up doll that actually walks and talks. All 7 feet of this inflatable beauty wears PVC head to toe, better than Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman, and all in the name of art. From her blonde plastic locks to her stockings, Pandemonia's plastic facade is, amongst many things an art concept, a disguise and most importantly the key tool she uses to make a statement about popular culture and commercialism as an artist.

Meeting Pandemonia, in a fantastical sense, is not far off the feeling you might get if you ever got the chance to enter a real cartoon world of fairytale kingdom. In an artistic sense it is intended that you are confronted by a parody of popular culture – plastic artificiality up close. “You are all surface and no substance,” she was once told. As As opposed to performance art, Pandemonia is the embodiment of her own art concept (a contemporary for Grayson Perry perhaps), as well as being a mobile advertisement for her own artistic statement: a reflection of a culture obsessed by celebrity and image.

So from whence did she come and when? Pandemonia appeared in London a few years ago and has been frequenting various art viewings, fashion shows and other events, where she will be noticed on the London scene. mixed reviews occur when people come across Pandemonia. “Every body I meet has a firm opinion of what I am and I can tell you, all their opinions are quite different,” she says. At a Damien Hurst private viewing, fashion designer Pam Hogg once remarked, “ At last! Someone is giving me some competition for my yellow hair!” whilst another onlooker commented that she “must be wearing a thin suit.” Now that would be an invention!” Pandemonia exclaims (And a very lucrative one were it to evolve I'm sure), Reflecting a satirical take on commercialism and a “paradox of fame and anonymity”, artist Pandemonia, is a most unforgettable, not to mention ageless sight to behold. Perhaps you think she is making a satirical comment about society obsessed with fame and image, or perhaps you think she is in fact, an ambassador for such a society. Either way, one thing is certain: if you ever get a glimpse of her, she will leave you with a lasting impression.

A fer Q and A's with Pandemonia:

What have been your most successful appearances or experiences?

Getting put into print. And putting Marlboro back in the Independent!

What is difficult about being Pandemonia?

Going through doors

What is your biggest ambition?

I want to do a floating sculpture show over Oxford Street as a temple of commercialism.

What do people say when they get to see the person behind the PVC-ness?

A lot of rumours get circulated about who Pandemonia is. In truth we all live behind masks and identities. Pandemonia is just the embodiment of an ideal. I could be any one.

Who's Jack