Monday, 25 January 2010

Ralph Dorey and Jonathan Lewis 20.01.10 – 31.01.10

Schwartz Gallery

Patrick Michalopoulos
Ismail Erbil
tel: +44 (0) 7828937013 / tel: +44 (0) 7828288971
Opening times:
Thursday – Sunday 12 – 6pm or by appointment.
92 White Post Lane
Ground floor, Building 2
London, E9 5EN

Wednesday, 6 January 2010

david roberts art foundation, DAMIEN ROACH SHIIIN, JET STREAM, WHITE EARPHONES. Lineup of events

further to this
here is the line up of events


Saturday 16th January, 2.45 pm: Zurich-based curator and critic Burkhard Meltzer will present and discuss his research project Prototype - furniture in and art design.
Wednesday 20th January, 7 pm: Experimental lecture on 'ekphrasis' by imprint and project platform antepress, followed by organ music from the Organ Octet.
Wednesday 27th January, 7pm: Screening of excerpts from Fun to Image (1983) a documentary about Nobel prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman, followed by live music and projections by band Hype Williams.
Saturday 30th January, 1 pm: Charlie Woolley will transmit his radio station RADIO SHOW live from the gallery, joined by curator Paul Pieroni.
Wednesday 3rd February, 7 pm: Sebastian Boyle introduces an evening of live projections and films related to the seminal event Son et Lumiere for Earth, Fire and Water by Mark Boyle and Joan Hills from 1966.
Saturday 6th February, 2.45 pm: Philosopher Sue Golding/Johnny De Philo will plunge the gallery into total pitch-darkness to envelop the space with her live, spoken 'fractal philosophy installation' The Assassination of Time.
Wednesday 17th of February, 7 pm: Laura Mulvey will introduce the screening of her and Peter Wollen's groundbreaking film Riddles of the Sphinx (1977).
Saturday 20th February, 2.45 pm: Psychoanalyst Noga Wine will present the lecture The Drive and  the Unconscious: two psychoanalytic concepts, which sustain the dimensions of time and space.
Wednesday 24th February,  7 pm: Live music performances by bands Temperatures and Sculpture close the events programme.

For further information, please check:

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