Join us next Saturday 9th February for the second instalment of What's Love Got To Do With Teleportation? Meeting at Jupiter Woods for a discussion of our means of arrival, a group reading of Vito Acconci’s ‘Public Space in a Private Time’, and a postcard writing session, culminating in a screening of The Fly (1986). This event has been organised by Katrina Black with Lizzie Homersham as part of an effort to think and talk about time and space and the conditions of loving relations, as mediated by different speeds of movement and communication in the city.
Meet 2pm, at Jupiter Woods
RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org to receive copies of the following readings:
Vito Acconci, ‘Public Space in a Private Time’, Critical Inquiry, 16:4, 1990, pp.900–919.
Rush Hour Crush clipping, The Metro (please feel free to BYO RHC clippings or alternatives)
The Fly, 1986, 96 minutes, by David Cronenberg
‘Human teleportation, molecular decimation, breakdown and reformation, is inherently purging… Where our greatest creations meet our deepest fears.’