Fusion cuisine anyone? Mixing flavours in food is long established, but what about in the arts? Theatre; installation; painting - mixed media seems to be today's catchphrase.
Yet some, like Paula Naughton and Greg Poole, have been doing it for years. Paula is an artist, Greg is a DJ, and it's now nine years they have been throwing parties that blend their disciplines.
Known as Stomper, their residencies have taken them from New York to Dublin and London. "The Louise T Blouin Institute (Ladbroke Grove's hidden-gem art gallery) heard about what we did and approached us to host one of their Art After Dark nights," Greg says.
Art After Dark is a summer-long event where every Thursday evening a different visionary artist or group is asked to take over the gallery. This Thursday is the last of the season, and thanks to the presence of the mighty Don Letts, it's likely to be the best.
Letts is known for his lifelong passion for music and film making, having famously introduced reggae to the punk scene in the late 70s through his residency at The Roxy.
At the time he hung out and documented the rise of bands like The Clash and has since won a Grammy award after re-cutting the footage into the 2000 film, Westway to the World.
Letts will be screening parts of Westway as well as other more obscure films, giving an informal talk, and laying down his DJ set from 9-10pm.
"The art will be happening all around with live sculpture, video and performances," Paula says.
Photography and video will be supplied by Photographers' Gallery favourite Jesus Jimenes; light sculptures; beats will also come from Nintendo-hacker Paul B Davis - don't miss out, this will be a blend to please all palates.
The final Art After Dark, Twilight Suite, is at the Louise T Blouin Institute, 3 Olaf St, on Thursday, September 11. Free. 6-11pm. Call 020 7985 9600. See www.twilightsuite.com