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Updated Events for When the moon

When the moon fell out of orbit | Mission Gallery, Gloucester Place. Swansea | 2 June – 15 July

Events:

 

Unknown Lands – Scheduled Performance:

Wednesdays at 10.30am throughout the exhibition period

Limited spaces, booking required. Please reserve your place with the gallery 01792 652016

 

Unknown Lands – Participatory Process

During the exhibition there will be an invitation for individuals to go on a journey to an unknown land. Participants will be later invited to share their journey with the archive of the Institute. All journeys will take place beneath the bell tower

 

Imagined Futures & Unknown Lands – 2pm Saturday 7 July

Discussion with Karen MacKinnon, Peter Finnemore, Owen Griffiths & Fern Thomas

 

Closing Event – 3pm Saturday 14th July

An opportunity to see the continued research and actions developed by the Institute throughout the duration of the exhibition

 

 Offsite:

A framed image of St Nicholas Church with its bell tower from 1921 has been placed by the Institute amongst the historical images of this area in the Queens Hotel Pub, located on the corner of Gloucester Place, where the Gallery is located.

Events at Mission Gallery

‘Imagined Futures & Unknown Lands’

Discussion with Karen MacKinnon of Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Peter FinnemoreOwen Griffiths Fern Thomas – 2pm Saturday 7 July

Closing event 3pm Saturday 14th July – details to be confirmed

Scheduled performances throughout duration of exhibition. Please contact Mission Gallery for more information and to reserve a place. Schedule will be available closer to exhibition time.

When the moon fell out of orbit (Mission Gallery, Swansea)

When the moon fell out of orbit
From the Institute for Imagined Futures & Unknown Lands

Mission Gallery, Swansea, Wales

2 June- 15 July 2012

Preview: 7pm Friday 1 June

Manifesting in action, live or documented, Fern Thomas’ process-led and intuitive explorations often take the form of a physical interaction or ‘meeting’ between herself and a place, a dream, a history or another being. Drawn to notions of alchemy, her work explores ideas of transformation through object, text and sound.

Working with the Institute for Imagined Futures & Unknown Lands, Thomas carries out a series of explorations into the images found in our dreams and inner landscapes. Through this engagement she wonders what these images tell of our future and questions what do we do now that the moon has fallen out of or orbit?