A Talk (The one that begins with David Foster Wallace)

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From: Tim Steer <tim.steer@network.rca.ac.uk>
Date: 23 March 2011 14:32
Subject: Fwd: A Talk (The one that begins with David Foster Wallace)

i think this would be of interest to anyone who went to the artist talk onion discussion…

from previous talks: “

David Raymond Conroy’s talks are an attempt to effectively and sincerely communicate something on the adequacy of expression. We are presented with a selection of various references and parts of works that have some significance to the way in which you could begin to talk about something, or say something. Within each clip there is a certain tension between a formal device or a technique and an apparent emotional content or honesty. What links these images is not just the form of their method but some genuine involvement in the content they express. The way each image corresponds to the next is not actively contradictory or disjunctive, the clips do not go together well, but they form a sort of outline of referents, an object to be taken away.”

tim

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Date: 23 March 2011 14:08:17 GMT
Subject: A Talk (The one that begins with David Foster Wallace)

A Talk (The one that begins with David Foster Wallace)

David Raymond Conroy will be giving a talk at Seventeen on Saturday 2nd April at 5pm, entitled A Talk (The one that begins with David Foster Wallace).

The event will run for one hour, and as always refreshments will be provided.

Attendance is free but space is limited. Please rsvp to tim@seventeengallery.com to reserve your place.

17 KINGSLAND ROAD LONDON E2 8AA

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