A reminder to London-accessible people that we are hosting this conversation at Furtherfield Gallery tomorrow. Hope to see some of you here.

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Hello Ruth,

We are very pleased to invite you to join us for a conversation with John Conomos and Steven Ball, the artists of Deep Water Web currently showing at Furtherfield Gallery.

2-3pm Saturday 29 October at Furtherfield Gallery, Finsbury Park, N4
See map here.

This event is free but there are limited places so booking is essential.

Artists Steven Ball (London, UK) and John Conomos (Sydney, Australia) have collaborated to present a multi-projection installation where London and Sydney are continuously connected across time zones. The exhibition is an immersive experience which the artists have termed a ‘hyperlandscape’ including real time streaming waterscapes and multiple local manifestations of global ecologies with their own sonic environments and narrated reflections.

View here for more information about the exhibition.


Steven Ball is an artist, writer and academic based in London, working with audio-visual media engaged with landscape and spatial representation, in local and global, social, political and post-colonial spheres. Since 2003 he has been Research Fellow at Central Saint Martins and was instrumental in developing the British Artists’ Film and Video Study Collection.

John Conomos is an artist, critic and writer based in Sydney, Australia. His books, essays and artworks are framed within four traditions of contemporary art: Anglo-American and Australian cultural studies, critical theory and post-structuralism. He is a New Media Fellow of the Australia Council for the Arts, and Honorary Professor at Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne.


Furtherfield is supported by Arts Council England through the National Portfolio funding programme, Haringey Council and the generosity of individual supporters.



McKenzie Pavilion
Finsbury Park
London, N4 2NQ