Tuesday, December 13, 2016, 8pm
With: Johannes Heldén and Stein Urheim & Mari Kvien Brunvoll Landmark/Bergen Kunsthall
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To mark the launching of The Imaginary Reader, we invite you to join us Tuesday, December 13, 2016 at Landmark/Bergen Kunsthall. The artist, writer and musician Johannes Heldén reads from his latest book Astroecology and there will be a concert with Stein Urheim & Mari Kvien Brunvoll. Thursday, December 15 there will be a launch of the book in Oslo at the Black Box Teater. It will feature readings by the writers Kristin Berget, Victoria Kielland and Arve Kleiva.
The Imaginary Reader is both an anthology of commissioned texts by a variety of writers, artists, critics, art historians and philosophers and an exhibition in the form of a book with several artworks. The book is meant as a stimulus to thinking about the imaginary and the relationship between fiction and reality. By way of artworks, experimental texts and reflections it offers a range of angles and ideas on different aspects of the imaginary.
Blow-up Film Fest
Screening Who Goes there? (2015) Chicago International Arthouse Film Festival, Chicago4-7Nov2016 >>>> info
Screening Who Goes there? (2015) Hidden Door Festival, Edinburgh27May2016 >>>> info
Alchemy Film Festival,Hawick14-17Apr2016 >>>> info
The Living Art Museum,Reykjavik7Apr - 1May2016 >>>> info
Curated by Gareth Bell-Jones and Gemma Lloyd
Being Boring is an exhibition about boredom; an emotional state that is so familiar and so seemingly without value, that we tend to be dismissive of it without further consideration. The title for this project comes from a 1990 song by the Pet Shop Boys, which was in turn inspired by a quote from Zelda Fitzgerald’s 1922 essay Eulogy on the Flapper: “She refused to be bored chiefly because she wasn’t boring”. In this exhibition we diverge from Fitzgerald’s off-hand take and suggest boredom, or a response to boredom, is central in the creative act and impulse to create. Due to advances in digital technology, many of us belong to a society in a constant state of distraction; a culture where the state of existential boredom has been accelerated without us necessarily feeling bored.
The Hackney property market read by Ridley Road market traders London
As part of Activating the Archive: Artist's Publishing at Hackney Archives, the self-published 1km2 Audio Guide: The Hackney Property Market read by Ridley Road Market Traders will be showing. The exhibition is curated by Banner Repeater in association with Hackney Archives, and runs from 5th February until 14 May at CLR James Library, Dalston E8 3BQ. More information here
Artist-in-Residence at RALSpace (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Space Unit) (2014)
06, March2014 role as Artist-in-Residence at RAL Space (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Space Unit) starts. The role has been established by Invisible Dust following Elizabeth Price's residency in 2012-13. The commission is being developed in consultation with Dr Hugh Mortimer and is expected to be exhibited initially at The Royal Observatory, Greenwich in 2015.
CoffeE7 - Forest Gate - London E7,1-19March2014
In conversation with Gareth Evans (2013)
Exhibition tour and talk with writer, editor and curator Gareth Evans about the current show 'Moving Images' at Siobhan Davies Studios. Gareth Evans is Film Curator at Whitechapel Gallery and has recently commissioned and co-produced the feature essay film 'Patience (after Sebald)'. 14th May, 2-3pm
Saturday 16 June, 2-5PM, Wysing Arts Centre Performance of a new Ode constructed entirely from the language of material specifications supplied by Hawkins and Brown Architects for their RIBA award winnning design of Wysing Arts Centre.
Exhibition: Friday 18 March – Sunday 10 July 2011 Alexander Apóstol, Foster+Partners, Gelitin, Gregor Schneider, Ian Kiaer, Jeffrey Sarmiento, Michael Raedecker, Mossessian & Partners, Ola Kohlemainen, Phil Coy, Sauerbruch Hutton, Heike Klussmann & Thorsten Klooster.
Preview: 27th July 2010 Exhibition: 28 July - 26 September 2010 Re: Public: Will Alsop, Ekkehard Altenburger, Assael Architects, Phil Coy, Futurecity Nicolas Deshayes, MAKE Architects, Oliver Marsden, Bruce McLean, Paul Morrison, Mark Titchner, Alison Turnbull, Mark Wallinger, Richard Wilson, Clare Woods.
Arnolfini, Bristol: Saturday 5th June 6.30pm: A night of film screenings, talks and performances by artists including Luis Alvarez, Sovay Berriman, Paul Cordwell Joe Devlin and Magnus Quaife, Phil Coy, Annabel Frearson, Beatrice Gibson and Julika Gittner. Including the screening of the Otolith Group's new film Otolith 3.
Animate Commision - Screenings: 28 January, 6.30pm, FACT, Liverpool, England ; 12-23 December, Khoj Centre, New Delhi, India;1-6 December, Museo de Arte del Banco de la Republica, Bogota, Colombia; 12 - 16 November Aurora Festival, Norwich;11 - 20 November, CCA Glasgow, Scotland; October-November, Broadway Cinema, Nottingham, England; 3 - 8 October, ACMI, Melbourne, Australia, Urban Screens Melbourne Festival; 19 September - 30 October DCA Dundee, Scotland (Pre-feature); 18 - 28 September 2008 Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, Cambridge Film Festival
Further Screenings: 5–27 April, Sat/Sun 1-6pm City Projects, 46 Brooksby’s Walk, London E9 6DA 23 May, 8pm, Cley Village Hall, The Fairstead, Cley next the Sea, Holt NR25 7RJ 24 May, 8pm Outpost Gallery, 10b Wensum Street, Norwich NR3 1HR 25th May, 2.30pm
Walcott Village Hall
Coast Road, Walcott, Norwich, NR12 0NG