Dates and times
Complex ways of understanding our complex times. Maths & Poetics. Gesture & Physics. Collectivist Struggle & Desire.
Day 4 of 5 days of performances, discussions, screenings and study sessions about how the art and thought of collectivist desires, the complex flow of contemporary maths and the counterintuitive realities of particle physics help us grow the capacity to be one another’s means without end.
Jay Bernard | boychild | Mijke van der Drift | Denise Ferreira da Silva | James Goodwin | Stefano Harney | Laura Harris | Nathaniel Mackey | Alexander Moll | Fred Moten | Arjuna Neuman | Nat Raha | Nisha Ramayya | Wu Tsang | Ueinzz | Jackie Wang | Fernando Zalamea
2 – 4pm
Discussion on Mathopoetics - Fred Moten & Fernando Zalamea
STUDY SESSION (Captioned)
A back and forth between Fred and Fernando on the transits and obstructions between mathematics and poetics, and how both help us to think from the other side.
4.30 – 6.00pm
Vorticity in the Eternal Hum - Alexander Moll & Jackie Wang
STUDY SESSION (Captioned)
What’s the relationship between the eternal hum of the oceanic beloved and the persistence of vorticity in fluid dynamics? And how does Alice Coltrane’s harp help us stay there?
7 – 7.45pm
Borders between Mathematics, Gestures and Dance - boychild & Fernando Zalamea
PERFORMED CONVERSATION (Captioned)
How do we gesture to the invisible, the trans or the obscure? A performative conversation between boychild and Fernando, a sharing of gestures, and a bodily back and forth between mathematician and dance artist.
8.15 – 9.40pm
Future Ruins: transfeminism, austerity and the archives - Jay Bernard, Mijke van der Drift & Nat Raha
Radical transfeminism aims to hold the space for finding relations between the ruins of the everyday. Emerging from the debris, spaces for politics find form as poetics to carry understandings, actions and be/longings.
10 – 10.40pm
Untitled Hand Dance – boychild
“Hidden in the hands an alluvial transcription of reach and embrace. The final flickers of the body’s expression, caress and touch.” - boychild
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Image - boychild, Untitled Hand Dance