Again, A Time Machine, Part Three

Again, A Time Machine, Part Three
The Showroom, London

For Again, A Time Machine at The Showroom, words and archives are discharged into the present.
For the first event, Archival Pleasure, a series of proposals from Sarah Pierce in the form of archival fragments form the basis of an improvised dialogue on the archive with Paul Buck and Melissa Gronlund.
The second event, Future Orientation, presents three practices that forge the absurd and future-orientated with the collective and distributive. In a night of ritual, images and choreography, the distribution of printed matter as a form of gangster economics encounters the circulation of not-human mass propaganda and the exploration of new uses for past futures.

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