Saturday 11th October, 1.45ampm to 5pm, Stephen Lawrence Gallery Archive, University of Greenwich, Queen Anne Court, Park Row, London SE10 9LS. Perfomrances form 11.45am. Talks from 1pm
Over Time: an afternoon of films, talks and more..
Films from the Over Time art project showing on the big screen plus performative lectures and discussion on heritage, ‘work-time’, development and the river.
11.30am to 1pm: Whale Oiled Drag/ry with Horatio Forbes.
Sailor Forbes will appear at various sites, and varying times, to narrate a history of the buildings through his experience as a whale oil dragger.
1pm: Curator’s introduction to the Over Time project
1.15: Fear of Unstructured Time, Lecture/Performance by Claudia Firth
1.45. The Thames Discovery Programme – Archaeology Project
2.15: Mary Mills, local historian, with members of the Greenwich Industrial History Society
2.45: Development/Heritage/Politics discussion
3.15. Film show: screening of works from the exhibition to 5pm:
Birgitta Hosea: Time Channel, video, 3mins
Gavin Maughfling: Loitering, video 6mins
Jo David Travelling Light, video, 12mins
Claudia Firth: Data Stream: the Animal in the Machine, the Beast in the Market,video 3mins
Claudia Firth: Back and Fill, 2014, video 9mins
Charlie Fox: Over Under Tide Time, Drag Rope Act/s and other signs.
Rachel Gomme: Flotsam (Tideshift), 5 screen video, 30mins
Documentation of the Over Time ‘foreshore’ weekend edited by Anne (incl. extracts from sound works by Ian Thompson and Victoria Gray) 20mins
Programme ends 4.45pm
Exhibition in Stephen Lawrence Gallery archive at SE10 9LS runs until 16th October and closing event with performances on 26th October at the National Maritime Museum and Queen’s House.
More details at overtimeart.org
Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England
Transport details and map HERE
One thought on “11th October at Stephen Lawrence Gallery Archive”
Fantastically rich event curated by Anne Robinson. I learnt more about the Greenwich Peninsula, the Thames foreshore, the Navy, exploration/development/exploitation, cables and communication than can be described or imagined. So many connections and threads thrown up by Time at Enderby Wharf – traveling through time and through layers of time/memory. I was struck by the anachronistic and the different speeds of change/time that we are being subjected to and thinking about how we can or do respond to these confluences and sensations. Thank you once again to Anne for getting together rich and diverse group of people to open up the discussion. Hope more people can make it down to the final event on the 26th October which will continue in this rich, generous vein. Sailor Forbes thoroughly enjoyed his touring and has been gently humming:
“Ah, for just one time I would take the North West passage
To find the hand of Franklin reaching for the Beaufort sea
Tracing one warm line through the land so wide and savage
And make a north west passage to the sea.” (anon. Mariner’s song)