Stanley Picker Gallery presents a three-day activation of OFFSHORE.
OFFSHORE is a structure that enables EVERYONE (some of whom will have met before, some of whom will not have met) to maintain a state of rehearsal, over a number of days, in public.
LEGIBILITY COORDINATOR, ACCOUNTANT & ALIBI BROKER
KEEPER OF SPACE & TIME
Jesper List Thomsen
READER WRITER DRUMMER
ERASURE, TOUR GUIDE, ORDINARY MAN
EXTERNAL INFLUENCE / GRADATIONS OF CONTROL ON GUITAR
EXTERNAL INFLUENCE / GRADATIONS OF CONTROL ON CELLO
EXTERNAL INFLUENCE / PHILOSOPHER OF RESISTANCE
Coinciding with its launch at Stanley Picker Gallery, OFFSHORE took residency at Walmer Yard—a new building designed and crafted by Peter Salter in collaboration with Fenella Collingridge and programmed by the Baylight Foundation. Walmer Yard proposes to map a more empirical understanding of architecture, using tools from the fields of neuroscience, psychology and anthropology to inform the practical and theoretical investigations of working together. OFFSHORE IN KINGSTON included a lecture on Resistance by CREMP Philosopher, Howard Caygill, and the work ‘Improvisations out of Recitativo/Clouds and Noise – Fragments after Lucretius and Negri’ – by David Ryan (score) William Crosby (Guitar) Joe Zeitlin (Cello).