A 15-month programme on visual language, abstraction, disappearance and the object, ‘It’s moving from I to it’ takes shape through a series of commissioned texts, workshops, a set of public events and exhibitions.
In which The Becoming Subject and The Portable Object meet for the first time in a public square. They both notice the intriguing presence of The Stranger. A whimsy waiter is serving drinks to all of them.
Where a confused Becoming Subject distracts the Stranger from the act of reading while looking for a book in the library. An intimidating librarian tries in vain to assist in her request. A deluge of books chases the characters out of the library which is also a theatre.
Eastside Projects, Birmingham
Fitts & Holderness, Goldin + Senneby, Douglas Gordon, Martin Gustavsson, Marine Hugonnier
25 May—7 July 2012
A stinging dead bee, a mirror mistaken for a painting, sentences that trigger odours in a dark room with a strange smell, words as objects and the other way round, a hyper-active Portable Object and a meditative Becoming Subject.
A scene in which The Host invites The Portable Object and The Stranger to a dinner party. A new character, Marie, is introduced.
Hollybush Gardens, London
Adam Avikainen, Julia Calver, Harald Thys and Jos de Gruyter, Julius Koller, Oliver Laric, Amanda Ross-Ho, Chosil Kil
14—18 March 2012
Brukenthal National Museum, Sibiu, Romania
30 August—28 September 2012
Manon de Boer, Ben Cain, Mark Geffriaud, Ian Kiaer, Miklos Onucsan
Liverpool Biennal at The Royal Standard
7—25 November 2012
DRAF—David Roberts Art Foundation
Michael Newman, Siôn Parkinson, Andrew Kerton
19 January, 9 February and 23 February
Appartement Elisa Platteau, Brussels
Jeremiah Day and Phillip Lai
19 April - 18 May 2013
The falling of the books...
27 April – 30 June 2013
You only fall twice
CCA Derry - Londonderry, Northern Ireland
13 July - 18 August 2013
with Sylvère Lotringer
By Katherine Waugh in collaboration with the South London Gallery and FormContent.
14 May 2013, 7 pm.
Something develops into something else... it develops into the head of the camel on whose back The Portable Object finds himself sitting, in a riding position...