This month, Reading International are holding two events worth a visit! Find out more details below.
Redundant as eyelids in absence of light: Great Hall, London Road Campus. 15 November, 7pm
As part of Reading International’s ‘A reproduction of three weeks in May 1970’ organised by NOVEL, there will be a lecture and a performance of ‘Redundant as eyelids in absence of light’.
Redundant as eyelids in absence of light.
A lecture by Studio for Propositional Cinema
RECITAL: Redundant as eyelids in absence of light.
A concert by Studio for Propositional Cinema (libretto) and Hampus Lindwall (organist/interpreter
Finding Folk: Museum of English Rural Life, 20 November, 7pm
A sonic performance for MERL: A Folk Late by Jeff Morton. Composer and musician Jeff Morton will lead a workshop in which participants explore, create, and present sounds collected in and from rural settings.
Reading International is Reading’s new contemporary visual arts organisation promoting exhibitions, shows, film screenings and more. You can find out more about them here.