Who Thinks the Future? – Talking about Contemporary Art Workshop
event Friday 3-4.30pm; Saturday, 4-5.30pm & Sunday, 4-5.30pm
Free public workshops aimed at those who are interested in increasing their confidence in engaging with, analysing and discussing contemporary art.
Repetitions Retracing Relapses
An exhibition on the ambiguity and complexities of representation providing visual and conceptual frameworks for the weekend workshops.
From Representation to Embodiment / Elsewhere
event Sunday, 11am-4pm & 4-6pm
Two workshops: investigating re-enactment and the relationship photography maintains with fiction and reality. Booking required. Closing event follows
Hello Ape Eyes: Ode Action
event Thursday, 7.30-8.30pm
Performance by Artur Vidal using the fragments of a previously deconstructed piano.
Hello Ape Eyes: ‘O’
event Sunday, 4.30-5pm
As a closing event, Kristina Pulejkova will perform an experimental visual set in collaboration with musician Glen Johnson.
Conduire is aLive: Live DJ and VJ set
event Thursday, 7-9pm
A live DJ and VJ set by Joey Holder and Ian Thorn in a domestic setting.
Conduire is aLive: Comedy and Theatre Workshop
event Saturday, 12-6pm
A set by comedian Chris Boyd and a theatre workshop led by Amal Khalaf. Booking required for workshop.
Event Thursday, 6-9pm Friday to Sunday, 12-6pm
An installation of Lawrence Lek's playable game for the Art Licks Weekend 2014 Digital Commission, with performances on the opening night.
What is underground? What is this protest? What is a school?
event Saturday, 11am-6pm
A discussion between School of the Damned & Five Years, with guest speakers Laura Oldfield Ford and Pil & Galia Kollectiv.
Talent is Not Enough: What is Alternative? What is Community?
event Sunday, 11am-6pm
Discussions led by Than Hussein Clark and Emily Pope.
School of Calidity
event Friday, 3-6pm
Discussion looking at whether the principle of Calidity can be found under northern lights and its settings of social structures.
Experts From Beyond: Evaluation, Consensus and Location
event Friday, 11am-2pm
A presentation and discussion by Edward Dorrian with Critical Practice as part of 'Benefit: All Research is Crisis'.