NEWS & FORTHCOMING

Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness at ICA, London; Full of Noises festival, Cumbria; London Art Book Fair, Whitechapel Gallery; Constituting Institutions at Public School, New York; PAF (Performing Arts Forum), France; Composing Differences at MoMA PS1, New York  Read more

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NEWS & FORTHCOMING

Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness at ICA, London; Full of Noises festival, Cumbria; London Art Book Fair, Whitechapel Gallery; Constituting Institutions at Public School, New York; PAF (Performing Arts Forum), France; Composing Differences at MoMA PS1, New York  Read more

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Learning in Public

I was invited to take part in Parallel Show #4: a day long performance research group at Tate Britain initiated by Frans Van Lent (Willem de Kooning Akademie).  Read more

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Learning in Public

I was invited to take part in Parallel Show #4: a day long performance research group at Tate Britain initiated by Frans Van Lent (Willem de Kooning Akademie).  Read more

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Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness

I have two texts in the limited edition artist publication, Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness. The publication will be launched as part of fig-2 at the ICA in London.  Read more

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Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness

I have two texts in the limited edition artist publication, Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness. The publication will be launched as part of fig-2 at the ICA in London.  Read more

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Messy and Material: Listening Laboratory

A research event located somewhere between an experiential group, a live score, and a performance. Drawing from interdisciplinary methods and conceptions of ‘listening’, artist Lisa Skuret will install a speculative listening laboratory within fig-2 at the ICA in London.  Read more

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Messy and Material: Listening Laboratory

A research event located somewhere between an experiential group, a live score, and a performance. Drawing from interdisciplinary methods and conceptions of ‘listening’, artist Lisa Skuret will install a speculative listening laboratory within fig-2 at the ICA in London.  Read more

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Full of Noises

Listening to buildings and writing objects.
An event somewhere between an artist’s talk, a performance and a group exercise. Lisa Skuret will install a fictional, temporary research lab in the Art Gene building at Full of Noises.
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Full of Noises

Listening to buildings and writing objects.
An event somewhere between an artist’s talk, a performance and a group exercise. Lisa Skuret will install a fictional, temporary research lab in the Art Gene building at Full of Noises.
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A Call from the Library

A live installation or group exercise in ‘listening to’ and ‘playing’ the public library as a building, concept, utopian project, and space of knowledge production. The ‘score’ was the former public library itself.  Read more

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A Call from the Library

A live installation or group exercise in ‘listening to’ and ‘playing’ the public library as a building, concept, utopian project, and space of knowledge production. The ‘score’ was the former public library itself.  Read more

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Texts

Dark (Trees) 1989-2012, 2013
Written as part of my commissioned ‘Live Diagramming’ performance at Parasol Unit.

Messy Listening, 2015
Published in Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness (Fig-2, ICA, 2015).
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Texts

Dark (Trees) 1989-2012, 2013
Written as part of my commissioned ‘Live Diagramming’ performance at Parasol Unit.

Messy Listening, 2015
Published in Listening Through a Beam of Intense Darkness (Fig-2, ICA, 2015).
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Texts in Action

These texts are generated through site residency, performance, or performance-research and are published through various means including sculpture, installation, voice and performance.   Read more

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Texts in Action

These texts are generated through site residency, performance, or performance-research and are published through various means including sculpture, installation, voice and performance.   Read more

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The De Beauvoir Labs

The De Beauvoir Labs are a series of public interdisciplinary collaborations; fashioning unvalued skills into hybrid tools to collectively rethink utopian enterprises. The Lab format is open to take any form: a text, workshop, discussion, performance, song, diagram  Read more

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The De Beauvoir Labs

The De Beauvoir Labs are a series of public interdisciplinary collaborations; fashioning unvalued skills into hybrid tools to collectively rethink utopian enterprises. The Lab format is open to take any form: a text, workshop, discussion, performance, song, diagram  Read more

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Communal Materials; Or, Evolution Isn’t Fast Enough

The three project strands act as probes into the types of thinking that might be produced through working with skills, ideas and methods that are of questionable value in the current economic climate.  Read more

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Communal Materials; Or, Evolution Isn’t Fast Enough

The three project strands act as probes into the types of thinking that might be produced through working with skills, ideas and methods that are of questionable value in the current economic climate.  Read more

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Version 1

Version 1 is a hand-folded book with essay and series of diagrams
Produced with AND Publishing, Artquest, and Hato Press.
Launched at The London Art Book Fair 2014, Whitechapel Gallery, London.  Read more

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Version 1

Version 1 is a hand-folded book with essay and series of diagrams
Produced with AND Publishing, Artquest, and Hato Press.
Launched at The London Art Book Fair 2014, Whitechapel Gallery, London.  Read more

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Constituting Institutions at The PUBLIC SCHOOL New York

The current ‘crisis of education’ forces us to reassess the question of what we want our educational institutions to do for us, and how we can/should act to produce these institutional realities; addressing the fact that collectively organising (self-) education today necessarily means constituting new institutions and reconstituting existing ones. In turn, this holds the hope of producing a more vital (polyphonic) institutional ‘landscape’ in the ongoing education of practicing artists.  Read more

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Constituting Institutions at The PUBLIC SCHOOL New York

The current ‘crisis of education’ forces us to reassess the question of what we want our educational institutions to do for us, and how we can/should act to produce these institutional realities; addressing the fact that collectively organising (self-) education today necessarily means constituting new institutions and reconstituting existing ones. In turn, this holds the hope of producing a more vital (polyphonic) institutional ‘landscape’ in the ongoing education of practicing artists.  Read more

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Composing Differences at MoMA PS1

A week long research project and events programme organized in collaboration with MoMA PS1, and e-flux. The project brought together artists, curators, and researchers from France and the United States who establish new art platforms, explore tactics of knowledge production that promote the circulation of knowledge, and experiment with art as an agent of social change.   Read more

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Composing Differences at MoMA PS1

A week long research project and events programme organized in collaboration with MoMA PS1, and e-flux. The project brought together artists, curators, and researchers from France and the United States who establish new art platforms, explore tactics of knowledge production that promote the circulation of knowledge, and experiment with art as an agent of social change.   Read more

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State of Education 2014 Conference

Another Roadmap for Arts Education: Glossary of Conflicted Terms – ‘Cultural Exchange’, ‘Creative Workforce’, ‘Arts Curriculum’, ‘Radical Education’ are terms which have become synonymous for a rigid, tokenistic, yet empty tick-boxing exercise around Arts Education.   Read more

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State of Education 2014 Conference

Another Roadmap for Arts Education: Glossary of Conflicted Terms – ‘Cultural Exchange’, ‘Creative Workforce’, ‘Arts Curriculum’, ‘Radical Education’ are terms which have become synonymous for a rigid, tokenistic, yet empty tick-boxing exercise around Arts Education.   Read more

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Into the Fold 2014

10-1pm – ‘Social Dreaming’ workshop led by Lisa Skuret with

6-8pm – Colouring Between the Lines panel discussion with David Cross, Rose Gridneff, Jonathan Hoskins, Lisa Skuret, Derek Yates. Chaired by John O’Reilly.  Read more

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Into the Fold 2014

10-1pm – ‘Social Dreaming’ workshop led by Lisa Skuret with

6-8pm – Colouring Between the Lines panel discussion with David Cross, Rose Gridneff, Jonathan Hoskins, Lisa Skuret, Derek Yates. Chaired by John O’Reilly.  Read more

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Art Licks 2013

ART LICKS weekend event that sits somewhere between an open studio, a group discussion and a performance.  Read more

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Art Licks 2013

ART LICKS weekend event that sits somewhere between an open studio, a group discussion and a performance.  Read more

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Educations in Practice: Discursive salon

This informal salon hosted discussions led by four practitioners engaged in non-conventional models of education and educational critique.   Read more

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Educations in Practice: Discursive salon

This informal salon hosted discussions led by four practitioners engaged in non-conventional models of education and educational critique.   Read more

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Open School East

The initiative was set up to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and skills between artists, local residents and neighbourhood organisations. The project was supported by the Barbican, Create London and Outset.
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Open School East

The initiative was set up to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and skills between artists, local residents and neighbourhood organisations. The project was supported by the Barbican, Create London and Outset.
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Live Diagramming: Configuring the Potential

Commission to create a response to the Merlin James exhibition at Parasol Unit foundation for contemporary art in London. For the commission, I extended my performance, ‘Live Diagramming’, through a collaboration with sound artist group AWC.
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Live Diagramming: Configuring the Potential

Commission to create a response to the Merlin James exhibition at Parasol Unit foundation for contemporary art in London. For the commission, I extended my performance, ‘Live Diagramming’, through a collaboration with sound artist group AWC.
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Figure 1

Performance commission for the opening night of 3-part solo exhibition. Through a combination of live performance, installation and text, ‘Figure 1’ works to open a parallel fictional  Read more

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Figure 1

Performance commission for the opening night of 3-part solo exhibition. Through a combination of live performance, installation and text, ‘Figure 1’ works to open a parallel fictional  Read more

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+ –

As part of Royal College of Art + Villa Arson project, Heart of Darkness, I’ll be leading a workshop entitled ‘+ -‘ in which participatory, ‘performing’ diagrams are set loose in the tamed wilderness of Regent’s Park, London.   Read more

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+ –

As part of Royal College of Art + Villa Arson project, Heart of Darkness, I’ll be leading a workshop entitled ‘+ -‘ in which participatory, ‘performing’ diagrams are set loose in the tamed wilderness of Regent’s Park, London.   Read more

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24 Hour Reading

The event also includes a seminar with Iain Hamilton Grant on the Friday evening as part of History is Made at Night, a book launch of Zizek’s Less than Nothing.  Read more

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24 Hour Reading

The event also includes a seminar with Iain Hamilton Grant on the Friday evening as part of History is Made at Night, a book launch of Zizek’s Less than Nothing.  Read more

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Time Capsules and Conditions of Now

Published with David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF) and Vision Forum.
This reader-reconfigurable, two-dimensional, six-directional, double-sided publication made in collaboration with six other artists can currently be found at: Banner Repeater, London; Inc. livros e edicoes de autor, Porto; and Audiatur, Norway  Read more

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Time Capsules and Conditions of Now

Published with David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF) and Vision Forum.
This reader-reconfigurable, two-dimensional, six-directional, double-sided publication made in collaboration with six other artists can currently be found at: Banner Repeater, London; Inc. livros e edicoes de autor, Porto; and Audiatur, Norway  Read more

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Four Figures (low resolution) and a Technique of Extraction

What is clear is that the sounds whether consciously heard or not, are local and do something locally. The scrubbed sections continue to perform, but not from a (transcendental) distance.   Read more

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Four Figures (low resolution) and a Technique of Extraction

What is clear is that the sounds whether consciously heard or not, are local and do something locally. The scrubbed sections continue to perform, but not from a (transcendental) distance.   Read more

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Live Diagramming: Fig. 4

Live Diagramming is an exercise in reading, writing, and reconfiguration. Audience-participants were invited to create a live diagrammatic fiction in-relation (to each other/the exhibition objects/the building) through voice and physical action.  Read more

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Live Diagramming: Fig. 4

Live Diagramming is an exercise in reading, writing, and reconfiguration. Audience-participants were invited to create a live diagrammatic fiction in-relation (to each other/the exhibition objects/the building) through voice and physical action.  Read more

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Audio-fictions

Five sound pieces that draw on and interweave thinking from fields of knowledge including physics, neuroscience, psychology and philosophy.  Read more

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Audio-fictions

Five sound pieces that draw on and interweave thinking from fields of knowledge including physics, neuroscience, psychology and philosophy.  Read more

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One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch

Site-responsive fiction installation at David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF), London
Intended as a sculptural as well as impossible object of thought, the fiction begins with a thought experiment implicating both gallery space and reader, and spanning two floors of the gallery, continues through the gallery floor.  Read more

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One Damn Thing After Another, Or, An Empathic Mirror-Touch

Site-responsive fiction installation at David Roberts Art Foundation (DRAF), London
Intended as a sculptural as well as impossible object of thought, the fiction begins with a thought experiment implicating both gallery space and reader, and spanning two floors of the gallery, continues through the gallery floor.  Read more

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Fig. 4 at David Roberts Art Foundation

Time Capsules and Conditions of Now simultaneously takes the form of a publication and an exhibition. The research team is made up of artists, curators and writers who have together embarked upon heterogeneous explorations of the conditions of now in the continuously shifting constellation of time-presence-gravity.  Read more

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Fig. 4 at David Roberts Art Foundation

Time Capsules and Conditions of Now simultaneously takes the form of a publication and an exhibition. The research team is made up of artists, curators and writers who have together embarked upon heterogeneous explorations of the conditions of now in the continuously shifting constellation of time-presence-gravity.  Read more

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Museum of Work

My performative workshop titled Speculative Fictions is at The Museum of Work in Sweden. Focusing on two main topics: What does artistic research imply and how does knowledge function in the artistic field?, I will explore these questions together with GP and artist Vanda Playford.   Read more

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Museum of Work

My performative workshop titled Speculative Fictions is at The Museum of Work in Sweden. Focusing on two main topics: What does artistic research imply and how does knowledge function in the artistic field?, I will explore these questions together with GP and artist Vanda Playford.   Read more

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Holography for Beginners

In his conception of the holomovement, Bohm used the analogy of the hologram to explain the appearance of objects in the world. He suggested that the world is comprised of imperceptible (to the human eye) energy within which no internal or external distinctions exist and, as in holographic technology, opacity is created by wave frequency interference. In other words, all material things arise from patterns of interference, or folds, temporarily highlighted in the mobility of a universal flux.   Read more

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Holography for Beginners

In his conception of the holomovement, Bohm used the analogy of the hologram to explain the appearance of objects in the world. He suggested that the world is comprised of imperceptible (to the human eye) energy within which no internal or external distinctions exist and, as in holographic technology, opacity is created by wave frequency interference. In other words, all material things arise from patterns of interference, or folds, temporarily highlighted in the mobility of a universal flux.   Read more

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LUNÄ Table Talk at Spike Island

The Lunar Society were a group of eighteenth century thinkers who met to discuss the topics of their age including exploration, collecting and the possibility of progress. The first of two LUNÄ Table Discussions is hosted by members of trans-disciplinary art project, Vision Forum London. Influenced by theories of time, their research proceeds via unconventional methods that foreground direct experience and exploration.  Read more

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LUNÄ Table Talk at Spike Island

The Lunar Society were a group of eighteenth century thinkers who met to discuss the topics of their age including exploration, collecting and the possibility of progress. The first of two LUNÄ Table Discussions is hosted by members of trans-disciplinary art project, Vision Forum London. Influenced by theories of time, their research proceeds via unconventional methods that foreground direct experience and exploration.  Read more

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Gardening with Julian Barbour

Gardening at the home of Julian Barbour, theoretical physicist and controversial author of The End of Time: The Next Revolution in our Understanding of the Universe (1999), while discussing his views on the illusory nature of time.  Read more

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Gardening with Julian Barbour

Gardening at the home of Julian Barbour, theoretical physicist and controversial author of The End of Time: The Next Revolution in our Understanding of the Universe (1999), while discussing his views on the illusory nature of time.  Read more

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Intuiting the Swedenborgian UFO

A site-specific and performative workshop exploring methods of collaborative ‘reading’ and ‘writing’, time and intuition through exercises drawing on polymath and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg’s extensive knowledge productions.

Activities included after-service tea, biscuits, conversation and singing with members of the Swedenborgian Church congregation; and outdoor group exercises drawing from techniques in psychometry, flash-fiction writing, meditation practices and chaos magic.  Read more

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Intuiting the Swedenborgian UFO

A site-specific and performative workshop exploring methods of collaborative ‘reading’ and ‘writing’, time and intuition through exercises drawing on polymath and mystic Emanuel Swedenborg’s extensive knowledge productions.

Activities included after-service tea, biscuits, conversation and singing with members of the Swedenborgian Church congregation; and outdoor group exercises drawing from techniques in psychometry, flash-fiction writing, meditation practices and chaos magic.  Read more

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Group Research Project: Vision Forum London

A two year practice-led research project supported by Linköpings University in Sweden. The research group included myself and six others: artists, curators, theorists and a medical GP.   Read more

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Group Research Project: Vision Forum London

A two year practice-led research project supported by Linköpings University in Sweden. The research group included myself and six others: artists, curators, theorists and a medical GP.   Read more

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DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit)

Artist research project DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit) based at Goldsmiths.
As part of the project, we presented ‘a-dead-or-a-live networking event’, It says what it does on the tin: An expert encounter, at E:vent Gallery in London.   Read more

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DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit)

Artist research project DATERU (Discourse and Attitude Transversal Expertise Research Unit) based at Goldsmiths.
As part of the project, we presented ‘a-dead-or-a-live networking event’, It says what it does on the tin: An expert encounter, at E:vent Gallery in London.   Read more

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