KOSMICA at The Arts Catalyst
Our monthly intergalactic gathering brings you:
Agnes Meyer-Brandis’ lecture performance on art, science and weightlessness. Her starting point is an artistic project, entitled Cloud-Core-Scanner, conducted under weightless conditionswith the DLR (German Aerospace Centre) in which she explores the boundaries separating fact and fiction, fantasy and technology.
We Colonised the Moon (Hagen Betzwieser and Sue Corke), who explore an idiosyncratic world view based on popular science, flexible wikipedia knowledge, graphical illustrations and various display formates. Hagen Betzwieser will talk about his experience in The Institute of General Theory and Sue Corke will describe their projects Moon Scratch and Sniff and Lost in Space.
In a 1:1 performative encounter, ‘Tinned Fingers take you into space’, Tinned Fingers provide a short encounter for audience members – one at a time – that combines film, music and performance to give an experience of space travel in DIY style.
KOSMICA is a free event, but space is limited, so please book:
Date: 7-10pm on Thursday 24 March 2011
Place: The Arts Catalyst, 50-54 Clerkenwell Road
London EC1M 5PS
an exhibition with Agnes Meyer-Brandis and Edwin Deen
Date: March 12th – 24th April 2011
Opening: Friday 11th March 2011
Stille Veerkade 19
2512 Den Haag