neil cummings

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11 Dec 2014

 

 

I was invited by Joasia Krysa, the then Director of the Kunsthal Aarhus to contribute to a programme of…

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21 Oct 2011

I contributed a presentation to an international conference at the Free/Slow University of Warsaw in October 2011, and today published by MayFly books, is a beautiful 274 page English version of the earlier Polish publication of the event.

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06 May 2015

The third in Open Cinema's workshops was developed and lead by documentarian, Jose Velazquez. Jose trained at the BBC in new broadcast technologies, he  has a…

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01 May 2015

Resilience is the capacity of a bounded network - a person, bacterial culture, a forest, a city or an economy, to deal with change and continue to develop. It's the capacity to use shocks and disruption -…

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27 Mar 2015

Please join me for the launch of Issue 2 of the CCW Graduate School Journal

5 – 7pm on Friday 27th March Camberwell College of…

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15 Apr 2015

The second in Open Cinema's workshops was developed and lead by Ed Webb-Ingall.

Ed's…

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07 May 2014
Substrate: the common and the doxa of property

This is a written version of a  presentation from the 7th May 2014,  my contribution to the Substrate Symposium (part 3) held at Chelsea College of Arts, it was written to be published in…

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17 Jun 2006

I collaborated with architects Peter Thomas and Catherine du Toit of 51 architecture and Marysia Lewandowska, on Social Cinema ,17 Jun 2006 - 24 Jun 2006.

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25 Mar 2015
Open Cinema

a collective adventure in digital filmmaking and sharing March–October 2015

 

Open Cinema is an 8-month long digital film project that offers free training, a range of free events, and the opportunity to collaborate on the…

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10 Mar 2014

An insurgent research group I am part of, visited Genva to meet with artists, academics and activists hosted by the CCC at…

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18 Feb 2015

‘[...]…when bubbles, individuals, or beings, human and non-human, amass and cohere, their influence on one another creates all manner of formal distortion.’

Hélène Frichot writing on Peter Sloterdijk

"Bubbles, beings, human and non-human amass and cohere"…

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10 Feb 2015

I'm part of an insurgent research group, inspired by a visit to MayDay Rooms, we are working through a range of research trajectories…

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10 Dec 2014

SUNLIGHT: energy labour value was a screening powered by the…

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08 Dec 2014

A long time ago, I was asked by the Whitechapel Gallery, London, to contribute an artwork for the

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10 Dec 2014

 

I've been working as part of Critical Practice towards Differently Screening 4: SUNLIGHT: energy labour value

It's a screening and discussion powered by the…

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25 Nov 2014

Join us for the collective binding and celebration of the beautiful limited-edition souvenir UTOPOGRAPHIES: EVALUATION, CONSENSUS AND LOCATION

6pm. Introductions from Dr Dan Smith and the Critical Practice Research…

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11 Nov 2014

As part of an insurgent research group, we visited MayDay Rooms in London.

We heard from Anthony Davies and Ian Boal (two of the co-founders) about the need they felt for a shared space; where dominant political narratives - like…

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09 Dec 2014

6.30, 9th December 2014, Nottingham Contemporary

Forgotten Histories…

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17 Sep 2014

I participated in a book launch: Salomé Voegelin's - Sonic Possible Worlds: Hearing the Continuum of Sound hosted by CRISAP on Wednesday 17th September, 18:00-20:30 at the Podium Lecture Theatre at…

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19 Jun 2014
Transcript: More things can happen than will, or have

Chelsea Centenary 2063:  Neil Cummings, Platform Lecture, June14  

Well, I’m so, sorry that I can't be there with you tonight, Chris probably explained, I’m having some upgrades fitted. I can’t even connect with you. I thought…

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07 Jul 2014

I took part in a workshop Curating the Activist Object, 7- 8th July at May Day Rooms

A wave of political uprising in recent years has made visible the inventiveness and creativity that…

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21 Jun 2014

In June, as part of Critical Practice, I co-organised a one-day workshop to host political philosopher Stephen Wright. In preparation for the workshop we formed a Reading Group and collectively read and discussed…