THE John Latham's 1976 roller canvas 'THE' will be on show at FTHo 9–20 March.
9 March–20 March 2015 – by appointment
The work is presented as part of 'What do you mean by the?' – An infinitely small talk as dinner began to break up, an event by Graeme Thomson & Silvia Maglioni alongside their current exhibiton at The Showroom it took forever getting ready to exist: UIQ (the unmaking-of) which runs until 28 March.
Giant Step Publication Launch
Tuesday 3 March, 6.00pm
Flat Time House presents the launch of Giant Step, with contributions by Dave Beech, Claire Louise Staunton, Vlad Morariu, Michele Horrigan and Rachel Pafe.
Reading Rye Lane in Reverse
Friday 27 February, 5.00pm
Anna Best will lead Reading Rye Lane in Reverse, tracing her inaugural sound-walk back from Flat Time House to its starting point at Peckham Platform.
Glow in the Dark
14 February 2015 6pm
Film Programme curated by Filipa Ramos and Maria Palacios Cruz considering encounter and memory in relation to Winter Garden.
31 January 2015 6pm
Jean McNeil, Audrey Reynolds and Cherry Smyth read stories commisioned as part of Winter Garden
Gill Eatherley – Cool as a Shadow
17, 18 & 24 January, 28 February and 1 March, dusk
Throughout Winter Garden Gill Eatherley will be performing her new shadow play, Cool as a Shadow.
17 January 2015 Saturday 17 January (3pm at Peckham Pulse for Anna Best’s Reading Rye Lane) 4pm at FTHo
Winter Garden opens with Blaze, an afternoon and evening at Flat Time House with contributions from Anna Best, Gill Eatherly and Nina Wakeford.
The Fabricator’s Tale and Other Stories Hayward Gallery Project Space
16 November 2014 5–6.30pm
As part of Dr Sinclair's Drawer, Flat Time House and Book works present The Fabricator's Tale and Other Stories; performed readings from Katrina Palmer, Samuel Hasler, Francesco Pedraglio and Sarah Tripp.
WHY EDIT? APPROACHES TO EDITING IN INDEPENDENT ART PUBLISHING
23 October 2014 6.30–9pm
This workshop will act as an introduction to the process of editing in relation to artists’ books, covering questions relating to both writing and images, collaborative writing practices, rules and protocol, grammar and the spoken word, as well as the more nitty-gritty issues regarding collating texts, images, captions, and proofing.
Units of Attention: Juliette Blightman & Robin Watkins
Saturday 30 August 7–10pm
A newly commissioned collaboration for Flat Time House, Berlin based artists Juliette Blightman and Robin Watkins will create a composition of live and recorded sound that responds to both the house and its garden, reactive to the fixed and changing elements of the building, the audience and the falling dusk.
Common enemies: Led by Julika Gittner
Saturday 23 August 11am–5pm
'Nothing brings people closer than a common enemy’
This one-day workshop will discuss the contradictions of defining anti-social behaviour and speculate on the potential for common enemies to polarise and strengthen social groups.
Sleep with a curator: hosted by Rosalie Schweiker and Maria Guggenbichler
Saturday 16 August 8pm onwards
For the fourth edition of Sleep with a curator Rosalie Schweiker and Maria Guggenbichler have invited members of the steering committee of artist run space OUTPOST, Norwich.
The Bandits Live Comfortably In the Ruins: led by Sean Lynch
Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 August 12–6pm
Starting from a series of photographs of Bellenden Road taken by John Latham in 1986, this workshop will speculate about how urban space and environment is constructed, and what allegories and associations we can draw from it.
Legendary Jobs and Legendary Stories: Rose Parish with Sophie Mallett
Saturday 2 August 7pm
'Legendary Jobs is a misguided and mistrusting archive of today.'
August at Flat Time House
Summer School is a programme of workshops, discussions and presentations across the five weekends of August. Flat Time House will open its indoor and outdoor spaces for conversation, creating a temporary community that will look at Flat Time House's relationship to a wider social, political and geographical context.
Using the house as a base to explore the local area, workshops will take the form of group storytelling and collective mappings that aim to discover the hidden narratives and politics of the surrounding streets. Discussions will draw on the nature of the house as a place for living and working, where art is made as well as shown, and where the building, the works, and the people within it are constantly reactive to each other.
All sessions are free and you can attend just one or all of them however booking is essential. Everyone is welcome though anyone under 16 should come with an adult.
Vandalism and Art Panel Discussion around Simon & Tom Bloor's RESIDENCY WORKS hosted by South London Gallery
22 July 2014 | 7pm | Clore Studio, South London Gallery | Tickets from £3
Taking as its starting point the works produced by Simon & Tom Bloor during their recent residency at Flat Time House, artist Nils Norman, curator Jes Fernie and art historian Richard Clay will discuss the interrelation of creation and destruction, with particular reference to art's relationship to public space and the urban environment. The discussion will be chaired by Jo Melvin.
Sports Event Spectacle Cultural Policy-Making and Curating Contemporary Art for Major Sporting Events
15th July | 6.30pm | Free, Booking Required | Refreshments Provided
A Roundtable Discussion with Jo Longhurst, Beatriz Garcia and Rebecca Gordon-Nesbitt, programmed by Tiffany Boyle
NOIT – 2 Launch events
Friday 20 June 2014 7–9pm, Portikus & Sunday 22 June 2014 4—6pm, Flat Time House
NOIT–2 Burning, guest edited by Lisa Le Feuvre, will launch with screenings in London, and presentation and performance in Frankfurt.
Someone else can clean up this mess: Annea Lockwood & Cathy Lane
29 March 2014 4–6pm
Annea Lockwood and Cathy Lane present a collaborative audio, visual and spoken conversation. Drawing upon their own experiences as women working with sound and performance in 1960's and 1980's London, respectively, they will speak of the emergence of a feminist subjectivity, and how this manifested in their practices.
Someone else can clean up this mess: Annabel Nicolson & Lucy Reynolds
16 March 2014 4–6pm
Lucy Reynolds has long been enchanted by the 'fugitive pull' of Annabel Nicolson's work, writing and discussing Nicolson's work in a number of different contexts. Most recently the two worked together as part of Anthology, a collaborative project at Camden Arts Centre (2013). Lucy will present films and a collective reading, born out of their ongoing exchanges over the past decade.