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landmark seizures // week 4 // provisional programme


Thursday 23rd  May:
Thursday Film Room with Becky curating. 5pm Sleep Furiously -­‐ Directed by Gideon Koppel (2008)

Three weeks of activity litters the space.

work is left to be done.

Friday 17th May:
The space remains open, Thursday Film Room becomes Friday (self curated) Film Room.

Work is done.

Saturday 18th May:

Phase 4 (final phase) of Nicole Bachmann’s sound piece is installed.

DGGNGNTHRTH activity continues (soup, prints, interrogation of objects) with various readings and performances occurring throughout the day including AAS, Aid & Abet, Caitlin Doherty, Dolly Dollycore, Verity Spott and a cast of dozens.

3PM Discussion Group Question is currently under research.


Then, AAS opening the closing event with the performance of:

The Infinite Drone Accumulator

at around 7:00pm.

Also includes:

AAS Group

Aid & Abet

Bad Timing

Nicole Bachmann


Caitlin Doherty

Dolly Dollycore

Frances Donnelly

Amy Feneck

Footprint Workers Co-Op

David Wayne Kasper

Soloman Lamb

Beatriz Olabarrieta

Gino Saccone

The Sitting Room University

Matthew J Spokes

Verity Spott

Bea Turner

Gareth Williams

Becky Whitmore



landmark seizures // workshop #3 // saturday 18th may // report

Yesterday was the third Saturday Workshop of Landmark Seizures 2 (Aid &Abet).

With little need for exterior direction the colour of the day was settled as orange.

Herman Hase led conversions with Amy Feneck and DGGNGNTHRTH on community and use before the ghost of Joseph Beuys was summoned. Beuys’ recommendation for pre-death artists was to have sex with as many people as possible in order that they would have a significant mourning party at the time of their passing and have the best chance at fame. A number of thesis on this topic are currently being proposed at universities across the country.

The audio from this discussion is available at Archive.org here 

Video to follow.

Weathering the storm of technology complaints which we have come to see as the reassuring undertone of this entire project, Bad Timing got the Raspberry Pi to hold a stable operating system.

The Film Room Retains an Element of Mystery.

The Soup of the Day was chilli carrot and tomato.

One in every two bottles of “DGGNGNTHRTH N(e)TTL(e) B(e)(e)R” opens with the full force of the coming revolution.

Beatriz completed her installation (an animation is now on its way).

Thank you to everyone involved for making the lunchtime conversation the marathon that it was, and to Amy for proposing the question:

“How do we reclaim artists “usefulness” (from market?) making it a sustainable option for a way of life?”

The audio from this discussion is available on archive.org here.

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