Technologies of Romance – Part II will be launched at South London Gallery, with panel discussion on ‘The book as a romantic technology’, featuring Roshni Bhagotra, Eleanor Vonne Brown, Catherine Dixon, Bryony Lloyd, Paul O’Kane, Bada Song, John Whapham, Tony Yard, plus music, Q&A and drinks.
An all-day symposium for the launch of Technologies of Romance – Part II at Science Museum, London, featuring numerous speakers, artists, lecturers, curators and students from Central St Martins, Science Museum and beyond.
Launch of Technologies of Romance – Part I. Hosted by Gareth Evans and featuring papers from Howard Caygill, Paul O’Kane, Maria Walsh and an interview between Kim Longinotto and Sophie Mayer, plus plenary session
Launch of “I’m Alone, But Not Lonely”. Featuring Q&A with Hayato Fujioka, Madoka Kamiyama and Paul O’Kane. Video and sound installations by Katyayini Gargi, Chris Smith, Shinji Toya, and plus screening of Tokyo Shaking (2008) by Bong Joon-ho.
Launch of “I’m Alone, But Not Lonely”, featuring papers from Volker Grassmuck and SOAS lecturer Griselda Kirsch, and Q&A.
Launch of Cash or Smash, featuring Q&A with Bada Song
Deirdre Daly & Unmi Li.
Launch of Where Is That Light Now? Featuring Q&A with Paul O’Kane and Barnaby Lambert, and performance by Bada Song with Jeung Hyun Cho.
eeodo’s first book fair table ASP