Anna Barham | We May be Ready to Have Verbal Intercourse
Saturday 22nd April - 2pm
We May be Ready to Have Verbal Intercourse is a live production reading group lead by the artist Anna Barham for a small group of participants. In Barham's reading groups, meaning proliferates from the physical surface of language - the sound, rhythm & cadence of the voice - recalling John Latham’s use of language in the work THE.
For this reading group, Barham will use text from Latham’s Object Lectures and other writings as source material to be processed through the participants’ readings and speech recognition software. Slipping from version to version, syntax and meaning ebb and flow in the unpunctuated blocks output by the computer so that each reader must ‘re-author’ the text in order to perform it. The work extends Barham’s concerns with the subjectivities created as language passes between different bodies and technologies.
Booking required. Reserve a place here
FTHo Talks #1 | The Mind The Hand
3-5pm Sunday 9th April
John Hill in conversation with Elisa Kay
Jakob Jakobsen in conversation with Claire Louise Staunton
Flat Time House is hosting a series of informal in-discussion events with significant figures in the development of the institution. The conversations moderated by Gareth Bell-Jones will take place over successive weeks addressing the Mind, Brain, Body Event and Hand of the living sculpture. On Sunday April 9th we will hear from The Mind and The Hand.
Louisa Martin Lossy Ecology Publication launch
8 April 2017
LOUISA MARTIN LOSSY ECOLOGY PUBLICATION LAUNCH
4-6pm Sat 8 April
Lossy Ecology is a new publication conceived and edited by Louisa Martin and published by Flat Time House. Borrowing from Latham’s Flat Time as well as Alfred Jarry’s ‘pataphysics, the book explores atypical experiences of embodiment, focusing on autism, with the aim of outlining a new body concept that is time-oriented.
For the launch event Martin will create a performative environment at FTHowhich will contain a reading from the book,an introduction to Flat Time by Gareth Bell-Jones, a talk by Sabel Gavaldon on ecologies of experience, followed by an in-conversation with the artist.
Supported by a Wellcome Trust Arts Award
JOHN LATHAM'S LECTURES AT RAVEN ROW
25 March 2017
Continuous Performances 2-5pm
During his time at Gallery House, John Latham wrote a number of text scores titled Lectures, each only a few minutes long. These will be performed for the first time since 1973 by artists, writers and performers including Patrick Goddard, Holly Pester, Carlyle Reedy and Sue Tompkins.
This event forms part of the closing weekend of Raven Row's exhibition This Way Out of England: Gallery House in Retrospect. Seven weekends of performances, screenings and discussions
A SEASON OF LATHAM AT THE SERPENTINE
2 March - 21 May 2017
A WORLD VIEW: JOHN LATHAM
Flat Time House is delighted to be working with the Serpentine Galleries as they host a new exhibition that encompasses all strands of Latham’s extraordinary practice, including sculpture, installation, painting, film, land art, engineering, found-object assemblage, performance and the artist’s theoretical writings.
SPEAK: TANIA BRUGUERA, DOUGLAS GORDON, LAURE PROUVOST AND CALLY SPOONER Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Speak, at the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, brings together four artists – Tania Bruguera, Douglas Gordon, Laure Prouvost, Cally Spooner – and coincides with the Serpentine Gallery’s survey of the late British conceptual artist John Latham.
Thur 21 July, Peckham Liberal Club
Please join us for our NOIT-3 Journal launch event featuring a talk by Roger Cook at the Peckham Liberal Club
Mental Furniture Conceptual Yard Sale
14 May 2016 1pm – 5pm
An educational bring and buy sale as part of the closing programme for Flat Time House.
Rory Pilgrim - The Open Sky - Book Launch With Special Guest Susie Green
20 February, 2016 | 5.00–7.00pm
Thinking Through Publishing
12 February, 2016 | 10am–5.30pm Offsite at Central St Martins
Thinking Through Publishing is a peer-learning seminar for arts workers, or students interested in the subject, looking to examine different aspects and ways of publishing within the arts.The programme is designed to consider the possibilities of publishing as an expanded form of their programme. There will be three panels looking at different models, including print, digital alternatives and what publishing aims to do. Speakers include Francesca Vinter (Whitechapel), Christian Hiller (Haus der Kulturen der Welt) and Jane Rolo (Book Works).
14 – 22 November | Opening 13 November 7pm
Curated by Valentinas Klimašauskas and Jennifer Teets
Offsite at Royal College of Art Dyson Gallery, Dyson Building, 1 Hester Road, London SW11 4AN
'Property Guardian' publication launch
Friday 31 July 6–9pm
Please join us to celebrate Property Guardian, the launch of its accompanying publication and the summer with an evening of BBQ and summer drinks.
Thursday 2 July, 7.00pm. Offsite at the PeckhamPlex
A screening curated by LUX Artists’ Moving Image Curator in Residence Ellen Greig.
Scene Four: Home
Wednesday 10 June, 7.00pm. Offsite at the Peckham Plex
Flat Time House present the final part of The Best Scene is Off-Screen, a monthly programme of film, performance and discussion, off-site at the nearby Peckham Plex. Drawing on a wide range of moving image work, the programme ends by considering the home as the final, and most private, site for a potential theatre of the everyday.
'Property Guardian' tour with Duncan Campbell
6 June 4pm
Duncan Campbell will be in conversation with Alex Frost and together taking a tour of Property Guardian.
Notes on the vertiginous
Saturday 30 May 2015 14:00 – 17:00
Flat Time House in partnership with LUX Artists’ Moving Image present Notes on the vertiginous, an afternoon screening and series of presentations
Scene Three: The Square
Wednesday 13 May, 7.00pm. Offsite at the Peckham Plex
Flat Time House presents the third event of The Best Scene is Off-Screen, a monthly programme of film, performance and discussion, off-site at the nearby Peckham Plex. Responding to research conducted for The Movie Movie Show (The Pneuwritten) by John Latham and by the Eventstructure Research Group led by Jeff Shaw, the programme looks at the potential for a theatre of the everyday.
Moving from I to WE an evening of readings from the WE (Not I) sessions
1 May 2015 from 7pm
WE (Not I) is a series of collaborative working meetings, presentations, and events of over 40 female artists, writers, curators and thinkers that will produce and distribute content addressing questions around the role of “We” in contemporary art practice.