The first in our fig-futures series is Anna Barham, who will present ‘Yet as yet’, a text she has developed from Vilem Flusser’s ‘Vampyrotethis Infernalis’ (Vampire Squid) through live readings and computer transcriptions in repeated cycles of performance, documentation and recombination.Following a live reading during the opening on 5 November the material will exist in the form of a score, a projection and an audio work presented within a series of specially designed structures. Together these elements insert the viewer into the body of the text, to become participants in another layer of its production and the images it performs.
Come along to the Launch and Performance on 5 November, 6-8pm or visit The Gallery Tuesday to Saturday, noon to 5pm. To find out more, click here
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