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Exhibition Events

Talk: Utopian Futures/Future Utopias

Ruth Ewan, We Could Have Been Anything that We Wanted to Be, 2011

Ruth Ewan, We Could Have Been Anything that We Wanted to Be, 2011

Ruth Ewan, We Could Have Been Anything that We Wanted to Be, 2011

Talk: Utopian Futures/Future Utopias

David Cunningham and Chris Horrocks, chaired by Marquard Smith

Tuesday 3 March / 7-9pm / Free / Pre-booking essential


This event is held at Tenderbooks, 6 Cecil Court, London WC2N 4HE


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In partnership with MK Gallery, Tenderbooks will host a programme of talks and discussions on the occasion of the exhibition How to Construct a Time Machine. The events are organised by curators Marquard Smith, Nina Trivedi and Simon Wright. 



David Cunningham and Chris Horrocks discuss ‘The Future’

Chris Horrocks is a published authority on the work of theorist Jean Baudrillard, and the writer on media Marshall McLuhan. He has written on the art of Andy Warhol and Marcel Duchamp, as well as lecturing on aspects of Japanese and Chinese contemporary art and technology. He recently edited and published a book on colour (Cultures of Colour, 2012) and has just completed the first book on the films of artists Gilbert & George (2013). He was also involved with hijack film production in research, writing and animating sequences of the critically acclaimed James Watt Workshop, Science Museum, London. He is currently working on a documentary film on the life and work of artist Eduardo Paolozzi, and researching a book on the cultural history of the television for Reaktion Books (2014)

David Cunningham is Deputy Director of the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Culture at the University of Westminster, and an editor of the journal Radical Philosophy. He has published widely on modernism, aesthetics, architecture and urban theory, and is co-editor of the books Adorno and Literature and Photography and Literature in the Twentieth Century, as well as of a special issue of the Journal of Architecture on the post-war avant-garde. He is currently working on a book on abstraction and the concept of the metropolis.

March 2015