TheDrouth

24th July 2021

METAPHORIC
by Raymond Burke

Too big to big up any further as a classroom poster or a one man stage show, Raymond Burke has finally compiled and published the book of the Metaphoric Table with The Drouth. -Can you not refuckingmember what Tmesis is? Do you go red red in the face when faced with Epizeuxis, or is it Anthimeria? -then this is the book to figure it out for you ...
17th July 2021

More than one way to wash a heart…
by Sara O’Brien

Is translation a mere figure? - A type of metaphor where new sets of words or phrases are applied to an object or an action? Is it indeed a ritualistic figure in its transporting of meaning to another shore? Sara O'Brien explores translation as the hosting of the other, and the arrival of the guest from beyond to the new shore.
12th July 2021

GRAVITY
by Barbara Melville- Jóhannesson

'Gravity ... the universal force of attraction acting between all matter’ - The entire world is pulling on us. How does it feel to be in a world of chronic illness?
12th July 2021

Internet Frontier: What’s the Story? by Calum Barnes

Writing has proliferated since the advent of social media. Everyone is at it. What is the status of such writing, asks Calum Barnes, how do 'writers' view such writing and what we are doing when we are writing it?
5th July 2021

Ilana Halperin

For over twenty years Halperin’s work has explored the relationship between geology and daily life. Through drawing parallels between very personal events, for example when she was born or when her father died, with the birth of a volcano, she has allowed for a space to think about our place within the geological time continuum from a more intimate perspective. To articulate a corporeal sense of geological time, she forms sculptures using natural geological processes, which change within our own life spans – from high velocity calcifying springs in France to geothermal pools in Japan.
4th June 2021

Hanna Tuulikki
18th June 11am

Hanna Tuulikki, Avian Reels Live streaming from a greenspace in Helsinki, Finland. Hanna Tuulikki will perform extracts from three recent studies for solo voice: Four Songbirds, a wordless improvisation based on musical patterns […]
4th June 2021

Tomoko Konoike
18th June 10am

Tomoko Konoike and Mayako Murai, Travel Dialogue Form Tomoko Konoike is an artist, and Mayako Murai is a fairy-tale scholar. About ten years ago, the two began to organise lectures and […]
4th June 2021

Jessica Ramm
17th June 10am

Jessica Ramm, Bucket-head Whiteout Scenario Jessica Ramm’s performance invites you to observe a training exercise, which begins like this: “Imagine a frozen ice-bound valley – you within it; and these people next […]
4th June 2021

Nile Koetting
17th June 11am

Nile Koetting, Evacuation Picnic Over the last few years Tokyo and Berlin based artist Nile Koetting has been working with an immersive scenography and installation in which choreography is exchanged between […]