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LIVEWIRE NYC NOVEMBER published 13/11/2018

LIVEWIRE is a monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, photography, poetry, and magic. By @JanaAstanov.   Pratt Performance and Performance Studies Salon Tue, November 13 at 6:30PM Pratt Institute Chapel 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn   EXPERIMENTS & DISORDERS Curated by Tom Cole & Christen Clifford Tue, November […]

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Oxford Think Festival: 10th – 18th November 2018 published 07/11/2018

Oxford Think Festival Celebrating the quest for knowledge and stimulating debate. BY KIM BEHRENS OCTOBER 15TH 2018 Oxford University Press is delighted to once again partner with Blackwell’s Oxford to host a weekend of talks and discussions. After three successful years as the Oxford Philosophy Festival, the event returns this year as the Oxford Think Festival. Celebrating the quest […]

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Stewart Home, Louis Armand and Johnny Pulp published 22/10/2018

  Stewart Home, Louis Armand and Johnny Pulp read from their new books. 10th November, 8.00pm onwards. The Wheatsheaf: 25 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JB Stewart Home’s Re-Enter The Dragon. Genre Theory, Bruceploitation and the Sleazy Joys of Lowbrow Cinema is ‘HEAD KICKING BRICK BREAKING MAYHEM! Stewart Home’s going point to point so we can start […]

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LIVEWIRE NYC OCTOBER published 04/10/2018

LIVEWIRE NYC OCTOBER – monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events from New York.

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HowTheLightGetsIn Festival Update published 19/09/2018

Helen Beebee is appearing at the festival this weekend. Read her new interview with 3:AM here. 2018 Festival Programme Sat 22nd September Sun 23rd September We’ve already highlighted some of the philosophers at the event who we’ve interviewed at 3:AM here. ‘The interpretation I prefer – call it the ‘projectivist’ interpretation – is just as […]

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Chelsea Manning in Conversation with James Bridle published 08/09/2018

Monday 1 October, 2pm / The Royal Institution Technologist Chelsea Manning is in conversation with artist and writer James Bridle, discussing the rise of artificial intelligence and the role of AI in public policy, the state of the data economy, and the issues faced by transgender people today. A network security expert, Manning is a […]

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LIVEWIRE NYC SEPTEMBER published 05/09/2018

LIVEWIRE is a monthly tour of shows, exhibitions and events around town. Expect performance art, politically engaged art, photography, poetry, and magic. By @JanaAstanov.   Grace Exhibition Space‎ Sept 7th Friday at 5 PM – 10 PM Grace Exhibition Space new address: 182 AVENUE C in MANHATTAN, NYC  Celebrating the opening of the new Grace Exhibition Space […]

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HowTheLightGetsIn Festival Update published 03/09/2018

2018 Festival Programme Sat 22nd September Sun 23rd September We’ve already highlighted some of the philosophers at the event who we’ve interviewed at 3:AM here.  Another one is Sean Carroll the philosophically-minded physicist. Sean Carroll is the uber-chillin’ philosophical physicist who investigates how the preposterous universe works at a deep level, who thinks spats between […]

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Alison Turnbull at Rodić Davidson Architects, London, Weds 5 September published

Please join us at 1 Pied Bull Yard on Wednesday 5 September at 6–8 pm for a drink to celebrate the display of Alison Turnbull’s Japanese Paintings. The paintings are being displayed in the Bury Place windows of Rodić Davidson Architects throughout the summer. Alison will be joined by Tony White, author of the critically acclaimed, Oulipo-inspired detective […]

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How The Light Gets In Festival published 25/08/2018

2018 Festival Programme Sat 22nd September Sun 23rd September Philosophers appearing who are part of the 3:AM Magazine’s End Times series: Markus Gabriel  who broods on why the world doesn’t exist and never stops wondering about Kant, existence, pluralism, fields of sense, Huw Price, about why he isn’t po-mo, nor a Meinongian, about why unicorns exist, […]

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