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nanopolitics group presents:
Angela Melitopoulos and Maurizio Lazzarato
Wednesday October 17th 2012, doors 7pm FREE
Film Screening and Discussion of Assemblages by Angela Melitopoulos and Maurizio Lazzarato and Nanopolitics Weblaunch. Hosted by the nanopolitics group.


Unconscious Archives #6
Takahiko iimura / Jonathan Kemp / John Bowers / James Holcombe and Adam Asnan
Tuesday 9th October 2012. Cafe Oto, 18 - 22 Ashwin Street, Dalston, London, E8 3DL Doors 7.30pm, for a prompt 8pm start. £6 advance tickets via Cafe Oto website £7 on the door
Unconscious Archives transverses noise core and vision spectacle bringing together expanded cinema and sonic propositions from London and afar.

Simon Payne
Black and White / Full Colour
October 3, 7-9pm £3 for students / unemployed, £4 for non-students
Digital video works using a minimalist palette of primary and secondary colours and simple tones by Simon Payne.

A Lecture from behind the screen
Summer School 2012
Six weeks from 25th June to 3 August 2012. Every week Monday-Thursday, 10-5.30pm,
A Lecture from Behind the Screen will offer participants a combination of theoretical seminars, one-on-one contact with tutors, student-led activities, field trips, guest workshops led by artists and theorists alongside an intensive programme of hands-on film and video making.

The Political Economy of Affect and the Labour of (Re) Presentation
Emma Dowling
FREE 7pm, August 1st, no.w.here
What role does affect play in contemporary forms of work? What of the value of affect have in the contemporary political economy?

on the set of 1978ff
Sandra Schäfer
26th July: £3 for students / unemployed, £4 for non-students 7pm
In the two-channel-video installation on the set of 1978ff (2011) I address two questions: first, how did the 1978 revolution in Iran lead to the foundation of an Islamic Republic? And second, why did so many people with different political convictions and from different factions support it?

LOGICAL REVOLTS
Louis Henderson
THIS SCREENING IS AT 8.30PM, July 18th, FREE
A film that problematizes where the ‘subject’ is located – is it in post-revolutionary Egypt; is the filmmaker the subject through his various use of “I” and “he” referring to Henderson; or is the subject the audience?

Struggle in Jerash
Eileen Simpson and Ben White (Open Music Archive)
17th July no.w.here. 7-9pm £3 for students / unemployed, £4 for non-students
Struggle in Jerash is convened around a lost 1957 Jordanian feature film of the same name, which fell out of copyright the year of the artists’ residency at Makan House in Amman, Jordan. The film is used as a catalyst to explore value and meaning in archival material.

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