the billion year spree Event Programme

the billion year spree Event Programme

As part of her exhibition the billion year spree Annika Kahrs has invited a series of guests to create a special programme of performances, concerts and talks. 

All events are free or pay what you can.

 

9TH OF MARCH 2019

6-8pm Concert: Felix Kubin, Between Events

Free or pay what you can. Please click here to book a place

 
6TH OF APRIL 2019

7-8pm Talk: Annika Kahrs in conversation with Gareth Bell-Jones

8-9pm  Book Launch: Marius Schwarz, eeeee books: Annika Kahrs SKOOBEEE, drinks  

Free, no booking required 

 

11TH OF APRIL 2019

7-8pm  Lecture: Dr. Saskia Steinmann, Fluid boundaries of perception 

Free, no booking required

 

13TH OF APRIL 2019

3-5pm & 6-8pm Two opportunities to attend performance and concert event with Louis d’Heudieres and Annika Kahrs

Concert: Louis d’Heudieres, it’s about time

Performance: Annika Kahrs, think about the size of the universe, then brush your teeth and go to bed

Free or pay what you can. Please click here to book a place here

Felix Kubin Concert at FTHo

Felix Kubin Concert at FTHo

Saturday 9th March 6-8pm

FULLY BOOKED

As part of Annika Kahrs' exhibition the billion year spree, Flat Time House is delighted to host a unique concert by the renowned experimental musician Felix Kubin. For this one-time event, the composer, radio-playwright, curator and media artist has been invited by Kahrs to perform within her exhibition and inside the domestic environment of Flat Time House.

Tickets are pay what you can, but numbers are strictly limited.

Please book a place here

 

Felix began recording and performing electronic new wave music at the age of 12. After a period of post-industrial experiments in the early 90s he turned to futuristic pop music and launched the independent record label “Gagarin Records” in 1998. Over the past decade he has performed at over 100 international music and media arts festivals including Sonar, Transmediale, Mutek, ISEA, Wien Modern and Ars Electronica.

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Vermeir & Heiremans — Masquerade

Vermeir & Heiremans — Masquerade Film Screening and In-Conversation with the Artists

Friday 14 December 6.30 - 9pm

Screening starts at 7pm

Followed by In-Conversation and Refreshments

 

Free, but space is limited, click here to reserve a place

  

In their practice, Belgian artist duo Vermeir & Heiremans define their own house as an artwork, using it as a framing device to focus on the growing financialisation of the arts, urban space and daily life. The artists employ financial tools, historical references and cinematic language to reflect on art's role in the production (and possible distribution) of value in today’s artistic and non-artistic realms.

 

On the occasion of Vermeir & Heiremans' solo exhibition A Modest Proposal (in a Black Box) at Pump House Gallery, Battersea, FTHo is hosting a screening of their film Masquerade, which describes the development of the experimental financial index Art House Index. For this event the 'live' version of the work will be shown whereby the financial market influences the real-time 'cutting' of the filmThe screening is followed by the artists in-discussion with FTHo curator Gareth Bell-Jones about their practice, and in particular the 'house as artwork’.

DANIELLA VALZ GEN - SUBVERSIVE ECONOMIES

DANIELLA VALZ GEN - SUBVERSIVE ECONOMIES

Saturday 19 May, 7 - 8.30pm

Performance will start 7:30 sharp

 

Join us at FTHo for the launch of Daniella Valz Gen's Subversive Economies. Published by PSS

Please click here to book a place

Daniella Valz Gen's first poetry chapbook inhabits language as a site of both agency and discomfort. The poems evaluate vulnerability, nostalgia and intimacy. In Subversive Economies, a displaced body, wrapped in funky sheets, confronts desires and longings as it harnesses the insights of its position.

The launch event will include a performative action by the artist. Food and drinks will also be served

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