The IMS Project | 2d PV - 23rd of March

23 Mar 2012

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Starts at 6.30pm

Guest Projects

London, United Kingdom


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Omikuji | Skype Performances With Patrick Furness, Isaac Munoz and Steve Levon Ounanian — Interlude with Chris Isham


2d Private View | Friday 23th March, 6.30-10.30pm — Omikuji | Skype Performances : 7.30-pm-9pm With Patrick Furness, Isaac Munoz and Steve Levon Ounanian. — Interlude with Chris Isham: 8-8.30 pm During the interlude Quantum Physicist, Professor Chris Isham, will give a talk on the nature of uncertainty INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES Under the banner of Institute for Mathematical Sciences, a group of scientists, artists, curators and a composer will occupy Guest Projects space this March (http://goo.gl/vJtif). An experimentally inclusive structure means participants' individual research clashes and colludes within the project space in the form of artworks and public interactions. The residency will be punctuated by a regular series of public events bringing eminent scientists and artists together for debate, film screenings and performances. Orbiting around the residency, a weekly radio show will broadcast IMS projects worldwide from Hackney-based NTS Radio. In a counter-movement, an international arm of the IMS operating from Mexico, Colombia, and France will monitor progress and project their voices back into the interior. All of these happenings will result in an exhibition that will develop and change, open to the public from the 10th - 29th March. The program has been put together by Johann Arens, Sam Basu, Martin Clarke, Anne Duffau, Ignacio Gallo, Rishi Nalin Kumar, Peter Lewis, Daniel Lichtman, JL Murtaugh, Isaac Muà ±oz, Miguel Pacheco, Alicja Rogalska, Liliana Sanchez, Chooc Ly Tan, Christopher Thomas, Jessica Tsang, and Jill Van Epps. Guest Projects, 1 Andrews Rd, E8 4QL http://imsproject.tumblr.com/ http://www.guestprojects.com/ PUBLIC OPENINGS Project space open.....10 - 29 March, Thurs. through to Sundays, 12-6pm Events..........Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays see event listing below __________________________________________________ PRIVATE VIEW EVENT | SCREENING+ DRINKS | SAT. 10TH MARCH | 7-10.30 PM... 7-8.15pm | SCREENING 10500 PRINCIPLES FOR THE READING OF OUR REALITY: A SCREENING OF INQUISITIVE SHORT VIDEOS AND FILMS — Gravity, by Logi Hilmarsson, 19 min — Power of Ten, Charles and Ray Eames, 9 min — Frame of Reference (part 1), the Physical Science Study Committee, 8 min — Richard Feynman on magnets, 7 min — Bronowski discuss the Pythagorean theorem, 7 min Selected by Chooc Ly Tan. 8.15-10.30 | DRINKS To mark the beginning of the occupation of the space and the first stage of the exhibition. __________________________________________________ RESIDENCY EVENTS... TUESDAYS | PROBABLE...MEANING | NTS RADIO Every Tuesday from 12pm to 1pm Radio show on http://ntslive.co.uk/ Each week, two guests involved with the IMS will debate topics surrounding art and science. Hosted by Anne Duffau. THURSDAY 29TH MARCH | DEBATE: REDUCTIONISM VS EMERGENCE 7pm - onwards Is it really possible for mankind to understand the world by breaking it down into ever smaller parts — a process that would hopefully lead us to something like a unified theory of everything? This event will bring together leading scientists. Facilitated by Terry Rudolph and Chooc Ly Tan. FRIDAY 23rd MARCH | PRIVATE VIEW: FINAL STAGE OF THE EXHIBITION 7-10.30pm — Omikuji, a run of performances hosted by Anne Duffau Includes LA-based artist Steven Levon Ounanian and more. — An interlude with quantum physicist Chris Isham SATURDAYS 17 & 24 MARCH 12-6pm — Collaborative essay throughout the afternoon hosted by Rishi Kumar: Visitors are invited to contribute to the writing of the essay. __________________________________________________ Some interruptions will occur during the discursive activities of other participants. The distraction of the audience will aim to dislocate them, in order to introduce a discussion on the relation between language, affection and politics. More info coming soon on http://imsproject.tumblr.com/. Disruptions by Isaac Munoz

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