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Translation and Verbal Mutation FormContent Friday 28th May

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Translation and Verbal Mutation Friday 28th May

7.30pm – 9pm FormContent, 51–63 Ridley Road,London E8 2NP

This live event on Translation and Verbal Mutation will be set up and recorded on the evening for a Formcontent audio podcast. Punctuated with texts, performance, sound and converstation by artists and writers experimenting with language and its parameters. Guests include ”              “[sic] Tim Goldie, Ruth Beale, Patrick Coyle, Jennifer Hirons, Wojciech Kosma, Pablo Larios, Rebecca Page, Jacob Dahl Jurgensen, Janine Harrington. Hosted by Eleanor Vonne Brown from X marks the Bokship.

This evening is part of the FormContent exhibition HaVE A LoOk! HAve a Look!

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May 25, 2010 at 11:11 pm

Beginnings and Unreliable Translations

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EVENT TWO – Round table discussion 6.45pm followed by the film screening.
Friday 14 May 6-9pm

at SE8 – 171 Deptford High Street, London, SE8 3NU

‘Beginnings and unreliable Translations’
A round table discussion between Nicolas de Oliveira (chair), Jeremy Millar and Eleanor Vonne Brown.

‘Argument’ (1978)
Anthony McCall and Andrew Tyndall
Argument is a dense and provocative feature-length essay examining one issue of the New York Times magazine to investigate the ideology of news, the language of fashion and the construction of masculinity.

Travel Instructions:

Overground train from London Bridge/Charing Cross or Cannon St to Deptford.DLR – Deptford Bridge Station
Buses – Deptford High Street – 453/188/53/47/225/199/177

Mulberry Tree Press is curated by Jonathan Houlding, Nicola Oxley and Nicolas de Oliveira

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May 12, 2010 at 7:30 pm

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Next Publication as Practice talk is on Wednesday 26th May

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SLIMVOLUME / THE GALLERY AS PUBLISHER with Guest speaker Andrew Hunt

Slimvolume Poster Publication is a yearly publishing project. It was initiated by Andrew Hunt at the end of 2000 to provide an open space for artists to expand their practice within a collaborative framework.

Andrew Hunt is the director of the Focal Point Galley.

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May 11, 2010 at 2:27 pm