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Saturday 12th December, Borstal Space presents:

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Saturday 12th December, 6 -9 pm

Borstal cordially invites you to ‘A Conversation between Oliver Laric, Wojciech Kosma and Paul O’Kane’

On Saturday 12th December 2009 the last work exhibited at Borstal Space will be

‘A Combination of Works by Wojciech Kosma and Oliver Laric’.

This piece has formed a focal point for Borstal to curate an event which will investigate the question of ‘the self’ in relation to technology and partnerships.
The event will be held at Donlon Books on the Saturday evening and will feature a Conversation between Wojciech Kosma, Oliver Laric and Paul O’Kane.
In relation to Kosma and Laric’s practice Paul will give a Bretonian reading of a literary text describing a technologised everyday environment and event accompanied by an interactive poetry recital.
This will lead to an open discussion between the artists and audience which will be intercepted throughout the evening by performances with the potential for audience participation.


Wojciech Kosma is an artist and composer. His events could have been seen recently in the New Museum in New York, Goldsmiths University in London, Overgaden in Copenhagen , Boutique Monaco in Seoul, Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, The Chilean Embassy in Paris, Image Music Text Gallery in London, or heard on Herbst Radio in Berlin.

Oliver Laric is Berlin based artist curator and cofounder of His practice appears in a diverse range of media. Recent exhibitions include ‘I love the Horizon’, Le Magasin-Centre National d’art Contemporain, Grenoble, ‘Montage: Unmonumental Online’, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, and ‘Becks Fusions’, ICA, London.

Paul O’Kane is an artist musician, writer, lecturer who continues to investigate a broad range of practices while keeping open the question of art and the subject at their center.


Written by bökship

December 10, 2009 at 3:00 pm

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