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Assemblies: Drawn Cosmologies: Perry Kulper at the University of Greenwich

'Assemblies: Drawn Cosmologies' Perry Kulper University of Greenwich, Hawksmoor International Lecture Series, 2017-2018 BY BEA MARTIN   ‘Assemblies: Drawn Cosmologies’ will tease out representational and spatial capacities of...

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SUPERFLEX: One Two Three Swing! at the TATE Modern

SUPERFLEX: One Two Three Swing! TATE Modern, Hyundai Commission, 2017 BY BEA MARTIN   An orange line of swings weaves through the Turbine Hall. It then crosses the gallery...
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Draw New Mischief: Political cartoons inspired by Shakespeare

Coinciding with the Royal Shakespeare Company Rome Season on stage, this free exhibition celebrates political cartoons inspired by Shakespeare with brand new commissions by...

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Absurdism: Jacques Tati Playtime and his Complex Comedy about Modern Life

Absurdism: Jacques Tati Playtime and his Complex Comedy about Modern Life  “your film … Whatever your personality, whatever your job … you are in Playtime.” BY...

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The Circle

The Circle The Circle is the simplest of the two-dimensional shapes and the easiest to draw on paper or inscribed on the floor. BY BEA MARTIN   One...

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Vicious Circle: 21 ways to divide a circle into twelve equal...

Vicious Circle: 21 ways to divide a circle into twelve equal parts A circle can be geometrically divided into twelve equal parts in more than...

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Panopticon: The philosopher’s circle as solution to the question of prison...

The Panopticon, 1787 Jeremy Bentham and Willey Reveley, London, UK "'Morals reformed—health preserved—industry invigorated—instruction diffused—public burthens lightened—Economy seated, as it were, upon a rock—the gordian knot...

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