Space Pursues Them, Encircles Them, Digests Them
Saturday 16th June 2018 8:30pm
A special edition of UK artist Mark Aerial Waller's legendary Wayward Canon project, featuring cinematic elements of Duelle by Jacques Rivette (1976), Rabbit’s Moon by Kenneth Anger (1950/72) and music from the neighbourhood. A classic French feature film is revisited in expanded form, its fictional spaces spilling out onto Daedalus street, blurring the boundaries between cinema, bar, gallery and dancehall.
My dear friend, after we ran through the dead of night together, after that film finished, I remembered you saying “I feel myself becoming space, dark space, where things cannot be put.” Let’s go there again, to the Rhumba. We can drink from wolves, dogs and lobsters, dance under the fractured moonlight for awhile, dawnless and alive.
*space is limited please RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Aerial Waller's event has been developed in collaboration with Daedalus Street from a previous incarnation at Kunsthall Oslo.
With very many thanks to Peggy Valma, Spiros, Andreas Kasapis, Yiorgos Louverdis, Ira Spagadorou & Dan Stafford at Camden Arts Centre.