James Smith. Temporal Dislocation 006, Antenna 2012.
At the Wick Common Shop Thursday 21st of June from 6.30 – 9pm
When We Build Again hosts the third in a series of open-format, salon-type gatherings, this one on the theme of “mereness” and slightness. Collecting cultural, critical, personal, artistic, etc. affinities to the recessive meanings imbued in being “just” or “just about” this or that, this assembly attends to the barely knowns and small exuberances of being inconsiderably one thing or another. In turning to the “minorness” of such terms, we seek not so much the heroism of either modesty or minimality, but the insistence of or against inconsequentiality within a given quality, condition, or thing. RSVP needed.
Special guests: James Smith (photographer), and Sophie Leigh (Fine art, Westminster)
6.30-9pm 21st of May
This event is open to all but only a few places are left RSVP is necessary. email: email@example.com
Wick Common Shop
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Fountain area next the Arcelor Mittal Orbit
For directions see below
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2AD