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Here are some more results of a three month residency by Oavsett, they were here to create, film and produce the below leaders among other shenanigans.
Together with Iain Borden, we have been involved with creating the ideology behind a new city space that is part of the Southbank Centre, on the the river thames in London. Below is a video from the 1st public consultation meeting that took place last week. This really explains the brief and shows how the appointed architect SNE Architects, founded by skater Søren Nordal Enevoldse responded to it.
Our current resident, Nina Horstmann, is giving a series of Wednesday lectures at UID in Umeå, this is the first of three titled Designing in a world of change.
Nina has arrived, another resident supported by Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs. While she is very busy writing her dissertation she also seems to find the time for some other activities, such as making a beautiful log table, digging, and generally carrying heavy stuff from A to B.
The Oavsett crew are running a video workshop to make your own horror movie trailer. Below is a trailer for the workshop and here are the details and booking form. Spaces are limited so get booked quick.
Last summer, super-collider invited a group of artists, filmmakers, astronomers, photographers, choreographers and curators to journey to Floda31 to witness a once-in-a-lifetime astronomical event: the Transit of Venus. Their observations and artistic output from the expedition now form the basis of a publication and exhibition, launching in London one year on from the Transit.
Choreographer/artist Nissa Nishikawa filmed a site-specific performance in the forest, set to music composed by Ebe Oke. Cat Stevens and Archie McLeish will show photographs from the days surrounding the event, while filmmakers Kathryn Ferguson, Loren Filis and Fritz Stolberg used the Transit as a backdrop for new work. The exhibition also features artwork by Hazel France, Karima Adebibe and Rebecca Lynch.
Exhibition and publication launch/PV on Thursday 6 June (an east London First Thursday) with a ‘real-time’ screening of the 2012 Transit of Venus at 10:09pm. Exhibition continues throughout the weekend with film screenings.
6-9 June 2013 | The Wayward Gallery | 47 Mowlem Street | London E2 9HE
Original post from super/collider.
photograph from super/collider’s Worlds In Transit expedition © Cat Stevens / www.catstevensphotography.com
The cloggies made a Camera Obscura in Henric’s old house. A camera obscura it’s an analogue camera the size of a room. They blinded all of the windows with cardboard to make it lightproof. Than they made a small hole in one of the cardboards and hung a screen in the middle of the room. The outside was projected on to the screen upside-down. So simple – so effective.
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