Eventbefore breakfast we talked about the furthest visible point before it all disappeared
Saturday, 26 July, 5.30 to 8.30pm
performances and talks by
Fay Nicolson, The School of the Event Horizon, Cathy Haynes
Fay Nicolson: Never Odd or Even, a reading
Fay Nicolson will read a chapter entitled 'Script for a School Play' from her 2011 text 'Never Odd or Even'. This section of text explores the concept of 'latency' (as a gap or delay in time) and draws abstract connections between data, language, time, work, education and understanding. Never Odd or Even was originally published in A Circular (Issue 1), 2011.
The School of the Event Horizon: Oracular Sponge
Do you find being fixed in space and time a bind? Would you like to know all possible scenarios at once? Discover multiple answers to the fundamental questions of your life with the Oracular Sponge (Version 003.1a). The Department of Foresight (part of the School of the Event Horizon) will launch their new time granulation device with a talk and demonstration.
Cathy Haynes: A Map of Shadows
Cathy Haynes attempts to divide and order shadows by type and value, with category notes on street lamps, retromancy and the Sun god Ra.
Currentbefore breakfast we talked about the furthest visible point before it all disappeared
Cathy Haynes, Fay Nicolson, Kentaro Yamada, Andrea Zucchini, The School of the Event Horizon
27 June to 26 July 2014
Private View, Thursday, 26 June 7 to 9pm
Publication from 26 June with Tenderbooks
Event Saturday, 26 July, 5.30 to 8.30pm
before breakfast we talked about the furthest visible point before it all disappeared is a multifaceted project that includes a group exhibition, an event and a publication produced in collaboration with Tenderbooks. The publication gives space to the research leading into the exhibition and events, but also allows for parallel investigations to unfold and ideas to diverge. While the publication will be circulated and distributed during and after the exhibition to ensure an afterlife to the conversation, the events will provide an opportunity for a wider audience to engage with the thinking process, to share anecdotes and corresponding ideas.