Short Periods of Structured Nothingness is part documentary and part overheard conversation and launching on the 21st September as part of HOOKED.
HOOKED marks the opening of Science Gallery London and explores addiction and recovery; when want becomes need.
To create Short Periods of Structured Nothingness, we worked with an anonymised group of seven young women who shared their lives and experiences through instant messaging, photos and phone calls. Over seven days, these conversations sought to understand how they each navigate this landscape: what are the ways in which they feel connected and isolated? When do they feel in control and when don’t they?
Visitors to HOOKED are invited to listen to these conversations via a phone handset in the gallery and share their own reflections on the questions raised with the documentary subjects.
Be one of the first to experience the piece and explore the fantastic new building or dial in from their own mobile phone.
Here’s all you need to know:
Where: Science Gallery London, Great Maze Pond, London, SE1 9GU
Dates: 21 September 2018 – 6 January 2019
Opening hours: 10:00 – 18:00, Tuesday-Sunday, closed Mondays apart from Bank Holidays
Or visit the project page for more information.
Short Periods of Structured Nothingness is a new work by Blast Theory, commissioned by Science Gallery at King’s College London