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  • Florian Roithmayr residency events, March 2014

    Florian Roithmayr residency events, March 2014
    4 - 29 March 2014

    Join us during Florian’s residency for talks exploring action, experience and the limits of language in the learning process.

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    Helen Benigson: closing event, 1 March 2014

    Helen Benigson: closing event, 1 March 2014
    Closing Performance

    A simulated weight-loss support group meeting, choreographed weightlifters, live spray tan and Princess Belsize Dollar rapping, followed by hip hop party and drinks in the gallery.

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    Hack Circus: THIS IS REALITY

    Hack Circus: THIS IS REALITY
    Saturday 15 March, 5.30pm

    What makes you so sure youʼre not just a brain in a jar? How do you magic up a fictional world with real technology? Why do we like tiny things?

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    Platform residencies blog

    Platform residencies blog

    Get behind the scenes with our new Platform blog: share your thoughts, send us photos from your visit and post questions to the artists as the gallery transforms into their studio.

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    Transmission Lecture Series 2014

    Transmission Lecture Series 2014

    Site Gallery and Sheffield Hallam University present the latest series of Transmission. Free and open to all, the lecture series offers a great opportunity to hear directly from UK and international visiting artists.

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    Florian Roithmayr: Matter of Engagement

    Florian Roithmayr: Matter of Engagement
    4 – 29 March 2014

    Florian Roithmayr’s Platform residency considers how we learn through action and experience rather than instruction, exploring the limits of language and the relationships of trust that people form when working side by side, sharing skills.

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    The Artist Proposes: Study Day, 18 January 2014

    The Artist Proposes: Study Day, 18 January 2014

    18 January 2014, 11 – 4pm
    Followed by drinks in the galleries 4 – 6pm
    Ticket prices – £5, £7
    Includes a light lunch
    From the first act of a musical to a series of female weightlifting performances, join the 2014/15 Platform artists as they share the ideas shaping their residencies. Platform is a unique artistic development programme nationally, turning the [...]

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    Double Screen (not quite tonight jellylike)


    Double Screen (not quite tonight jellylike)

    2 January – 8 February 2014

    Anna Barham returns with Double Screen (not quite tonight jellylike), her new 2-channel video exploration of the relationships between written and spoken language.

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    Steve the Autonomous Machine

    Steve the Autonomous Machine
    Thursday 5 December 7.15pm - 8.30pm

    5 December, 7.15 – 8.30pm. Find out more about ‘Steve the Autonomous Machine’ in an informal discussion exploring how art and architecture can work together.

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    Tegel Speculations and Propositions

    Tegel Speculations and Propositions
    Tuesday 17 December, 6 – 8pm

    Join us for a Book Launch and Film Screening on Tuesday 18 December 6 – 8pm: A group of international artists and writers focused their attention on Tegel airport for 18 months, resulting in a book and film of their observations and imaginings about the building.

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