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no.w.here curates many events, platforms for critical discourse and exhibitions



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Kafka In Palestine
Wednesday 27th April 2016. Doors 6:45 for a 7pm start. Event ends at 9pm. no.w.here project space, first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AG. no.w.here associate members: Free / £3 Members, Students & Unwaged / £5 non-members. To book please follow this link.
Professor Howard Caygill and filmmaker Adam Kossoff will discus Franz Kafka’s relationship to Palestine. The discussion will centre on Howard Caygill’s book 'Kafka: In Light of the Accident', to be published later this year together with a screening of Adam Kossoff’s film 'How They Hate Us…' (2016).

Analogica Selection
Thursday April 21st 2016. no.w.here project space, first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AG. 7- 9pm. Doors 6:45pm. no.w.here associate members: Free / £3 Members, Students & Unwaged / £5 non-members. To book please follow this link.
Analogica is a yearly international festival for disseminating and learning about photochemical technologies, as well as to promote artists and filmmakers working with film.

Endomaterialities
The toxic politics of hormones, sex/gender and reproduction
Saturday 19th March 2016. no.w.here project space, first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 0AG. Free, but spaces must be booked on a first come, first serve basis via Eventbrite. Talk takes place from 12:30 - 2:30pm.
This talk with academic Celia Roberts takes place as part of activities around our current artist project Queering Love, Queering Hormones, and will explore contemporary concerns about hormonal bodies, sex and reproduction, asking how we might address our new 'endo-materialities' through an engaged, critical lens.

Screening Exchange
Films from L'Abominable
25th February 2016. 7 - 9pm. Held in no.w.here project space, first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AG. Spaces can be booked here
This February no.w.here is part of two screenings taking place in Paris and London,between two important artist-led spaces of production: no.w.here and L'Abominable.

Screening Exchange
Films from no.w.here
Screening takes place on the 13th February 2016 in Paris. For more information please see www.l-abominable.org
Recent work made by no.w.here members and associates screens on the 13th February 2016 at L'Abominable in Paris. L'Abominable, 30, rue de Genève, 93 120 La Courneuve, Paris, France, 5pm onwards.

We Cannot Unsee
Two film screenings at Kings College London in November / December
Free, but booking is essential for both screenings via Eventbrite due to limited spaces.
Screening 16/12/15 takes place at Nash Lecture Theatre, King's College London, Strand, WC2R 2LS. Doors 5:30pm, (for food / drinks) screening starts at 6pm, followed by food at 7.15. Event ends at 8.30pm.
We Cannot Unsee is a programme of six works made by artists at no.w.here on a collaborative project between no.w.here and BFI which was generously funded by Wellcome Trust. This November and December 2015 there are two free screenings of these works taking place at Kings College London campuses.

The Tin Screen
no.w.here 10th birthday screening + Q&A
Home, 2 Tony Wilson Place Manchester M15 4FN. Screening takes place in Cinema 2 at 18:20pm on 29th November 2015. To book tickets please call the Home Box Office on 0161 200 1500, or see to book online.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of no.w.here, Home (Manchester) presents a compilation of artist films that includes work from Bradley Eros & Tim Geraghty, James Holcombe, Ben Gwilliam, Hang Jun Lee, Charlotte Prodger, James Richards and Vicky Smith.

ANOTHER ART WORLD IS POSSIBLE
A collaborative symposium on heterotopias and finding “other spaces”
Thursday 19th November 2015, 10;30am - 5pm . Held at: no.w.here project space, first floor, 316 - 318 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 0AG. Places are still available - to book a space please follow this link
This is a one day event for artists, filmmakers, activists, citizens, academics, adventurers, free thinkers, and instigators. It is part of a longer term plan for applying thoughts on pivoting, evolving and moving from one “space” to another. Finding alternate worlds, hard truths, and rallying against spatial injustices.

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