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Spector Books Artist Talk “Songs & Clouds”

You are invited to a Spector Books artist talk with Olaf Nicolai and Helmut Völter at X Marks the Bökship on Thursday December 20th, 2012…

Launch — Echoes of Voices in the High Towers

Ti Pi Tin invites you to launch of Robert Montgomery’s Echoes of Voices in the High Towers published by mono.log on November 29th 2012…

Launch — Ampersand by Ryan Gander

Dent-De-Leone invites you to the launch of Ryan Gander’s new publication Ampersand on Sunday October 14th, 2012 at Chez Baz Chez Chaz (in occasion of Sunday Art Fair) in London…

Exhibition — Someday All The Adults Will Die

From September 13th to Novermber 4th 2012 Boo-Hooray exhibits Someday All The Adults Will Die: Punk Graphics 1971–1984, curated by Johan Kugelberg and Jon Savage, at the Hayward Gallery in London…

Event — Copeland Book Market

The Copeland Book Market is an art book market with over 40 participating publishers taking place from July 19th to 22nd 2012 at Bold Tendencies‎ in London…

Exhibition — Real Truth A World’s Fair

On July 28th 2012 the exhibition Real Truth A World’s Fair, a project by Suzanne Treister, opens at Ravens Row in London…

Periodical — Library Paper

This year Catalogue Library is going to publish it’s first bi-annual periodical called Library Paper

Launch — Flee Immediately

Flee Immediately! launches its Manual, issue #01, on Friday, April 13th 2012, at X Marks the Bökship in London…

“‘To not let the structure close in, but to open up: to flee immediately is to ironically explore remaining.’
A Journal that opens the black box to explore Technologies, art and writing in critical and contextual ways. Printed on a double sided A1 sheet that is folded down to A5, with different paper, ideas, and conceptual elements to fit each theme, Flee Immediately! is an object to be explored and experimented with from its creation to its reading.

And so Flee Immediately! into the vast open black box. From magic to spirits and from transparency to secrecy, the media and technologies—the projects, writings, and works that make up the black box—are there to be explored, pondered and reworked. The possibilities are endless, but the limits are still there. And Flee Immediately! does limit itself as a forum to think critically about media, technology and software within social, political and cultural contexts. But the limits of the black box are not always sharp. They blur and open: technology becomes connected to other ideas, always meeting upon the fold and within the black box with new realms. It all started as a gap between ‚interactive media‘ projects that fit within a critical framework and a more general understanding of what ‚interactive media‘ can mean in a commerical world. And it is ironically this gap that Flee Immediately! does not flee but takes as a guide, allowing for experimentation, development and defining as it goes along through an opening up of medias, mediums,genres and artists/contributors.”
— Flee Immediately!

X Marks the Bökship
210 / Unit 3 Cambridge Heath Road
London E2 9NQ, UK

April 13th 2012 from 6.30 to 9pm

Fair — Publish and Be Damned

On March 17th 2012 the Publish and Be Damned fair will take place at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) in London…

Launch — everything & was

LemonMelon invites you to join the launch of ‘everything’ by Marit Münzberg and ‘was’ by Tamarin Norwood on Thursday March 1st, 2012 at X Marks the Bökship, London…