Mischa Twitchin

OAR Issue 1 launch: Sites of Research + Open Call for Issue 3: That’s All There Is

22 May 2017

OAR presented the launch of Issue 1: Sites of Research on May 2 and is currently holding an open call for Issue 3: That’s All there Is which remains open until August 15, 2017.

The online publication (Oxford Artistic and Practice Based Research Platform) was founded in 2016 with Issue Zero: Response, and is edited by Jessyca Hutchens, Anita Paz, Naomi Vogt, and Nina Wakeford.

The current issue contains a number contributions that range from moving image and sound, to textual, research papers and web-based visual art, moving between “a Japanese kiln, a border, a biro line, an art room in a detention centre, an anthem” to name a few subjects covered. It features work by Patrick Goddard, Claire Potter, Mary Bosworth and Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll and Mischa Twitchin among many others.

The Open Call for Issue 3 seeks proposals that “tackle issues of finitude, remnants, endings and re-visitation.” OAR is always continually accepting submissions for their Response section.

Visit the OAR website for details.**


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A weekend of Schizo-Culture @ [ space ], Dec 12-14

11 December 2014

London’s [ space ] studios will be hosting a weekend-long event programme to close out the ongoing Schizo-Culture: Cracks in the Street exhibition, taking place from December 12 to 14.

The weekend kicks off on Friday with an afternoon discussion with Sidsel Meineche Hansen and Josephine Wikstrøm, followed by an evening film screening and talk with artist Imogen Stidworthy about her own practice and that of Fernand Deligny.

Saturday brings a stacked day, with discussions, performances, interventions, screenings and workshops happening throughout by various participants, including Plastique Fantastique (David Burrows & Simon O’Sullivan and collaborators), Anna Hickey Moody, and Mischa Twitchin

The last day of the Schizo-Culture weekend runs from noon to 6pm in an afternoon of “projections, informal drop-ins and schizo-screenings”, including works by Terminal Beach, Sylvere Lotringer, Vivienne Dick and material from the Semiotext(e) archive.

See the event programme for details. **


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