NOIT — 4 Reflections
by Noa Latham
NOIT is a creative journal published by Flat Time House. Comprising new writing and visual contributions, NOIT explores the theoretical concerns and artwork of John Latham (1921–2006), and their continued relevance.
The fourth edition, NOIT — 4 Reflections, is dedicated to writing by Noa Latham on his father’s art and ideas. It provides one of the most comprehensive overviews of John Latham’s cosmology printed to date and combines a decades long critical investigation into his fathers work with intimate account of their time together.
NOIT — 4 Reflections is in a new larger format and full colour. It is available for £15
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The Bad Vibes Club Reader
21 June 2018
To celebrate the end of the 2017-2018 programme Bad Vibes Club made a pdf publication, containing essays, interviews, scripts and documentation by the artists and writers they worked with over the past year.
BVC was in residence at Flat Time House in London from November 2017 to June 2018 where they hosted a regular reading group and a programme of events.
The Shift Sticker
Take a little piece of Flat Time House home with you! For The Shift exhibition, Antony Hudek has created stickers of the phrase 'the shift' replicated exactly as it appears on the walls throughout Flat Time House. Their presence refers to the shift in perception from rational to intuitive thought as well as the paradigm shift that would be required for the establishment to take on board the new cosmology presented by Latham’s theory of ‘Flat Time’.
The Open Sky - Rory Pilgrim
Published February 2016
The Open Sky, was published by Rory Pilgrim in conjunction with his show at Flat Time House.
Alex Frost - Property Guardian
Published on the occassion of the exhibition Property Guardian
Published January 2015
Published on the occassion of Winter Garden, an exhibition and events programme of performances, readings and broadcasts made in response to John Latham's garden in winter.
CARLYLE REEDY Icons of a Process
Published September 2014
A publication to accompany the exhibition edited by Karen Di Franco and Guy Brett. Published by Flat Time House in conjunction with CHELSEA space.
NOIT – 2
Published June 2014
Flat Time House is pleased to announce the publication of the second issue of NOIT, FTHo's creative journal published in conjunction with Camberwell Press. NOIT–2, guest edited by Lisa Le Feuvre, Head of Sculpture Studies at the Henry Moore Institute, considers how burning, an action predominant in Latham's ideas, has been deployed by artists in various ways.
Bruno Pelassy by Marie Canet
Bruno Pelassy produced a funny, incisive and baroque body of work, including a manifesto film, Sans titre, sang titre, cent titres, which Marie Canet uses to highlight connections between Pelassy's work and the AIDS virus that took his life in 2002.
Sarah Tripp – Youth Administrator Flat Time House and Book Works Edition
Youth Administrator has been created for the exhbition Dr Sinclair's Drawer and co-published by Flat Time House and Book Works.
ANTIKNOW RESEARCH REPORT Jakob Jakobsen (ed.)
Published on the occasion of the exhibition Antiknow: A pedagoical theatre of unlearning and the limits of knowledge and consisting of the collection of Antiknow Research Reports produced by the Antiknow Research Group, this publication includes transcripts and leftover material engaged in elaborating possible meanings and consequences of the term Antiknow in the current context of so-called knowledge economy.
The Mental Furniture Industry
A publication to accompany the exhibition with contributions from the exhibiting artists plus John Hill, Nina Power and Howard Slater.
NOIT – 1
Launched November 2013
NOIT is a creative journal published by Flat Time House Institute (FTHo) and Camberwell Press. Comprising new writing and visual contributions with each issue edited by a guest editor, NOIT explores the theoretical concerns and art work of John Latham, and their continued relevance. The title NOIT is a term Latham created by reversing the suffix ‘-tion’ which converts verbs into abstract nouns to challenge the process of turning events and actions into things. It is the sign of an activity that ‘defies its own definition by denying the validity of any given definition’.