The fifth and final in a series of Deadtime Talks hosted by Cally Spooner, that was supposed to take place on Thursday 4 May, has been postponed due to illness. Please follow our newsletter or stay posted here on this site for a new date and time for this event.
Deadtime Talks is an artist-initiated, audience-led talk series hosted by performance artist and O—Overgaden research fellow Cally Spooner with typographer Will Holder and guests.
Taking place at O—Overgaden over the course of a year, the series of talks investigates how “performance” has come to govern the entire realm of our social bonds. How might this governance be resisted?
Each talk fluctuates between live performance, casual conversation, and academic content to build an ongoing local conversation on our present ‘performance’ condition.
The evening’s terms are set out, with Will Holder vocally publishing the earliest notes of Cally Spooner’s essay “DURATION”, which grapples with the shape and form of fascism as it forms over and through generations. Next, Cally Spooner updates Rhea Dall on the future of “DURATION”, as it will land as an exhibition of work-in-progress at O—Overgaden in August 2023.
The talk will be held in English and is free of charge, as is admission to all of O—Overgaden’s exhibitions.
Cally Spooner essays for Mousse Magazine related to the DEAD TIME project
Deadtime Talks are supported by the Danish Arts Foundation.