‘Télémaque in Marmelade’ Talk at X Marks the Bökship

I will be giving a talk ‘Télémaque in Marmelade’ at the launch of a volume of new works by ARTicle press at Unit 3, 210 Cambridge Heath Road, London E2 9N on Saturday 3rd December 2011 at 6.45 pm.

This presentation will be in preparation for the talk I will give at the 2nd  Ghetto Biennale in December. It tells the story of how Vodou coincided with Mesmerism in pre-Revolutionary Haiti and the implications of this encounter for future representation of Haiti and Vodou in Western popular culture. The presentation will also be touching on the topic of paranoid critical theory.

Here’s some information about the new publications:

The five volumes address the relationship of art, performance, art writing and knowledge, as well as exploring art as counter-knowledge or a means to counter knowledge. The volumes contain essays, art works, illustrations, documentation of performances and diagrams.

‘Performance Fictions’ – edited by David Burrows with contributions from Sadie Plant, John Cussans, Simon O’Sullivan, Pil and Galia Kollectiv and David Burrows.

‘Barefoot in the Head’ – edited by John Russell, Alun Rowlands and Mark Beasley with contributions from the editors.

‘Performing/Knowing’ – edited by Gavin Butt with contributions from Aaron Williamson, Kate Love, Oreet Ashery and Hugo Glendinning, Adrian Heathfield & Tim Etchells.

‘Materiality of Theory’ – contributions from Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield, Benoît Maire and Marcus Steinweg.

‘Who is this who is coming?’ – edited by Maria Fusco with contributions from Alexandre Singh, Craig Martin, Jennifer Higgie, George Clark & Beatrice Gibson, Giles Eldridge and Maria Fusco.

Series editor David Burrows. Price £8.00. Books can be ordered from http://www.centralbooks.com Artist’s films, relating to the publications, will also be screened. For more info about the launch and talk contact bokship@googlemail.com or d.burrows@ucl.ac.uk

Article Press, School of Art, BIAD, Birmingham City University, Margaret Street, B3 3BX. Editor of Article Press Henry Rogers – henry.rogers@bcu.ac.uk

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