Intercapillary Places - July 26th
Come to an evening of space time, where calculation and history collide. Mathematician John Armstrong will speak on special relativity a a theory of the geometry of space time, then the historian and poet John Seed will read from his poetry which investigates labour and the archive.
Place: Parasol Unit, 14 Wharf Road, N1 7RW
Date: Thurs 26th July
Time: Arrive 6.30pm for drinks, event begins at 7pm
Tickets: £5/£5 conc - tickets can be booked through Parasol Unit by phone, email or online through Paypal - http://www.parasol-unit.org/index.php?id=22
The event also forms part of the 'Islington Exhibits' festival - http://www.islingtonexhibits.com/home
About the Speakers:
John Armstrong is a mathematician and software architect. He currently lectures at King's College, London on financial mathematics, C ++ and Matlab, while researching differential geometry.
John Seed is an honorary research fellow at Roehampton. His book on 'Dissenting Histories' was published by Edinburgh University Press in 2008. His Collected Poems and also two volumes of archive poetry drawn from Henry Mayhew, That Barrikins, are published by Shearsman.
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Posted by Edmund Hardy at 7/16/2012 09:19:00 AM