An evening exploring the relationship of the body to its environment, with screening and performance works by JocJonJosch, Lawrence Lek and Ilona Sagar
Image: courtesy Lawrence Lek
Lightbox Cinema presents a magical
silhouette animation workshop exploring storytelling through traditional stop
motion animation techniques.
Image: Courtesy Laura Kloss
This event will examine 'imperfect futures' through a combination of poetry and critical discussion on urbanism, repetition, the absurd and common space.
Image: Canan Tolon, ‘Futur imparfait’ (detail), 1986–1999. Ink on Mylar, 27.9 x 35.6 cm (11 x 14 in). The British Museum 2013, 6039.1.1-33. Funded by the Contemporary and Modern Middle East Art Acquisitions group (CaMMEA) and SAHA
How many stories can you create from the work of Canan Tolon? To borrow a phrase from Zbigniew Herbert, let’s go build a world “not from atoms/but from remnants”.
Image: Courtesy Simon Pomery
This workshop will explore architecture through photography and collage, blending the borders of documentation and imagination.
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
Is a story a straight line with a beginning and an end? Join artist Judith Brocklehurst to investigate the archaeology of a story, creating narratives by building up layers of material and projection.
Image: courtesy Judith Brocklehurst
Gill Partington and Dennis Duncan look at two very different literary representations of repetition: Tom McCarthy’s 'Remainder' and Raymond Queneau’s mid-century classic, 'Exercises in Style'.
Time After Time, 2012 Oil on clayboard 125 panels. Installation view, Institute for the Humanities, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Courtesy of Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco Photography: Canan Tolon
A collaboration by City University London, Kings College London, Middlesex University, New London Graduate School (NLGS) and University College London.
Families will transform the open expanse of the Education Room into a playful and absurd building they can interact with and use.
Image: Courtesy of Nicola Pomery