[NetBehaviour] COUNTER MEASURE
marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Mon Jul 11 15:38:39 CEST 2005
[TIME] 30/31 July 2005
TIME artists are:
Robbie Coleman and Jo Hodges - Rachel Gomme - Maibritt Rangstrup - Zoe
Dowlen - Emma Hart - Lemeh 42 - Mary Yacoob - Stefano Tedesco - Lauren
Aston - Jo Clements - Caspar Below - Nina Ogden - E.G. Zero - Monika
Dutta and Mark Lawton
Florence Trust , St Saviour's Church, Aberdeen Park, Highbury, London N5
Saturday 30 July, 7pm - 10pm
Sunday 31 July, 7pm - 10pm
Counter Measure is a two day new work /live art event at the Florence
Trust. This is Counter Measure's 2nd annual event at the Florence Trust.
Counter Measure is the curatorial partnership of artists Jon Ford and
Kevin Quigley, which sets out to confront new challenging ideas within
cross-platform works. This year we have asked a selection of artists to
make works about their personal and universal relationships to the
concepts of time.
We have selected 14 artists to exhibit works, from video installation,
film and durational performance, to interventional performance, wall
based works and sound performance.
All the works have a 'live' element that challenge and provoke new ideas
and thoughts about time.
As we see it (or experience it) no two times are the same, in one case
the present is everything while in another, the present is nothing. Time
is timeless - only becoming, looking back/looking forward.
So therefore we have an inconclusive philosophical engagement with the
question of time. We are continually interlocked with the inescapable
paradox of time and space. But Time and Space are the forms imposed on
experience by the human mind and consciousness.
We understand space/time to be real features of the world, but only of
the world as we experience it, within our set limitations and frameworks
During our time event we will be exploring many avenues and reservoirs
Contact: Kevin Quigley email: k_astral at hotmail.com
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