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Film screening: Stalker: appropriating disused spaces

Wed 30 Nov 2011, 3pm, meet at Fat Cat pub, 23 Alma St. S3 8SA

Situation Architecture Film event located in a disused post-industrial space just South of Kelham Island and Horseman Works, to explore the issue of appropriating coexisting temporalities. The screening and its location is there to act as a catalyst to discussions on the film to be screened; Tarkovsky's 'Stalker', 1979. Audio from the evening will be recorded and feature in a transcript of some of the explorations from the evening's events, which will try to uncover the mechanisms through which these spaces are appropriated, up to a point of re-activating the notion of belonging. If this aim is achieved, is this re-activation an act of sensibly remembering the invisible qualities of space and perceptually understanding coexisting temporalities? Or is it simply a lived reality, which constantly reiterates itself?More information on website

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