Assembly Point's inaugural exhibition presents new work by Nicholas Brooks, Julia Crabtree and William Evans, Nicolas Feldmeyer, May Hands, Imran Perretta, Henna Vainio and Edgar-Walker.
Preview: Thursday 18 June, 6-9pm
19 June - 25 July 2015
Wednesday to Friday, 12-8pm
A solo presentation by Karen Kramer, accompanied by a 'reading room', furthering Kramer's ongoing exploration of temporality as a trauma of varying scales including human, archaeological and geological.
Preview: Thursday 18 June, 1-9pm
19 - 28 June 2015
Sally O'Reilly will be talking about ambiguity, placing it in a historical ground of modernity and then considering its deployment in 20th century linguistics, literature and art, as well as its notable use in management strategy, political rhetoric and the constitution of hyperobjects.
Event: Wednesday 17 June, 7.30-9pm
Ben Judd's new work 'Apart, We are Together' concentrates on the boundaries between dramatic performance and liturgical drama, through staging a set of performances followed by an immersive three channel video installation.
Preview: Monday 15 May, 6-8pm
(access from Carlton House Terrace only)
15 - 21 May 2015
Tuesday to Sunday, 11am-6pm
Dr. Nick Goldman and Charlotte Jarvis have been working together for the past year to create a series of moving visual and musical experiences that explore the scope and future ubiquity of DNA technologies.
Preview: Friday 12 June, 6.30-8.30pm
13 June - 5 July 2015
Friday to Sunday, 11am-5pm
A major new performance by Berlin based Wojciech Kosma and his collaborators, a programme of performances and event based presentations.
Public rehearsal: Tuesday 9 June, 7-8.30pm
Public rehearsal: Wednesday 10 June, 7-8.30pm
Public rehearsal & discussion: Thursday 11 June, 7-9pm
Performance: Saturday 13 June, 7-9pm
A panel discussion which intends to reflect critically on Jerwood Encounters: 3-Phase, a new artist development collaboration between two artist-led organisations, Eastside Projects (Birmingham) and g39 (Cardiff), and Jerwood Charitable Foundation.
Monday 8 June, 6.30-7.45pm