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Launch of E.R.O.S: MAN / Friday 18th April 2014, 7 – 9pm

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Friday 18th April 2014, 7 – 9pm
Launch of E.R.O.S: MAN

Join us on Good Friday to celebrate the publication of MAN, the fifth issue of E.R.O.S.

Readings by Jamie Sutcliffe and Sami Jalili

John Baldessari
Sami Jalili
Federico Campagna
Emma Jones
Mark Fisher
Sharon Kivland
Ed Atkins
Patrick Staff
Andrew Calimach
Saul Newman
Simon Critchley
AA Bronson
Jamie Sutcliffe
Dan Walwin
Luke Burton
Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi
Richard Wentworth

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Join EROS on the 26th April for an evening of readings and performances at Senate House Library, from 6.00-7.30pm.
The event is convened by Sami Jalili and Sharon Kivland, with Mura Ghosh.

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April 15, 2014 at 10:58 am

Performance : To and for AT /October 2013/the seed in the chain of thoughts/calling up the spirit of the infinite /endless/equations/renamed March 2014

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IMT Gallery and X Marks the Bökship present…
A new performance by Clare Gasson

Thursday 17 April 2014, 7 – 9pm
The performance begins promptly at 8pm

Claire Gasson
Clare Gasson’s The River, performed at the South London Gallery, 2011

“To and for AT /October 2013/the seed in the chain of thoughts/calling up the spirit of the infinite /endless/equations/renamed March 2014” 2014 


as an explanation of sorts //a low rumble/sextet/ stop/ and/ start/ the voids strengthening/ negative becoming/positive/sixty minutes beyond twilight/the nature of it /drawings/research//essay found in a corner/the back /of a public space of deep shadows/ a spotlight shining/six pages on black/through the glass/offering back a lifeline/time //of work.

As part of the show Shaken from the Sky at IMT Gallery Clare Gasson has made a new performance based on a short essay by Alan Turing.  Shaken from the Sky was curated by NaoKo TakaHashi, featuring work by Clare Gasson alongside Rowena Hughes, Patricia Pinsker and NaoKo TakaHashi. The exhibition will be open late to coincide with the performance.

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April 15, 2014 at 10:51 am

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