Monthly Archives: January 2016

Art Talk

As part of a programme of lectures put together by members of the Contemporary Art & Curatorial Practices Research Group, Tracy MacKenna and Edwin Janssen – curators of the current ‘Micromegas’ exhibition in the Project Space Plus Gallery – will … Continue reading

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In the Abyss of the Infinitesimally Small, by Mark Dorrian

   IN THE ABYSS OF THE INFINITESIMALLY SMALL by Mark Dorrian In Andreas Cellarius’s mid-seventeenth-century engraving The Southern Hemisphere and Its Heavens, what appears to be a vast globe occupies the centre of the frame.1  The globe is divided symmetrically … Continue reading

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Dog Star, by Emma Bolland

In Memory of Laika: cosmonaut bitch Dog Star* Dreaming transmissions from a cosmonaut bitch Emma Bolland   ‘his name was Micromegas, a most suitable name for all great men’†   It was cold out there, and lonely in the vast … Continue reading

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