Following the week’s much anticipated solar eclipse, readings from Kahn, Elvia Wilk, Hannah Black, Sarah M. Harrison, Anna Zett, Vappu Jalonen and Phoebe Blatton, v will feature along with lighting design by Fransén Waldhör.
Here’s a description from the After the Eclipse participants:
…an astronomical event that comes with a list of don’ts, as an eclipse could be (all at once) a fall into obscurity, a humiliating end, the total loss of splendour, the act of one object casting another in shadow, an unreasonable obscuring of light.
…notice, the backs of your eyes have no pain receptors. Burning corneas, it takes only a few seconds. Selfie danger during a solar eclipse, eye experts warn. Those who can’t help it best have at hand rather a pinhole viewer or solar goggles, or watch its reflection on a plain white piece of office paper.
…everyone else, let’s add to the list. Avoid the ordinary: sleeping, sitting on the toilet, eating, putting your hands into your pockets or onto another– as these comings and goings may leave one only more vulnerable…
See the FB event page for details. **