Broadcast live from MK Gallery, 11 September 2014

Scott Mason: of a final account in formation

Since 2012, Scott Mason has been sonically documenting exhibitions in public galleries and artist-run spaces. These recordings form a unique document of the relationship between architecture and objects. Taking these recordings as objects themselves, the recordings are mixed, layered and conflated, facilitating the potential of exhibitions to become objects that can be curated, and exploring our engagement with the exhibition context.

This event consists of various elements that act in relation to each other over the course of the month.


  • Sat 24 March 2018

    Rhythms of fire, a collaborative performance by Karolina Lebek and Susannah Stark

    In response to Lebek’s solo project ‘Watra’, running from 22 February – 24th of March at the Storefront, two artists perform new audio visual material, using Lebek’s Lemko heritage as a foundation for exploration of language, trauma, history and the transformative power of the female voice.

  • Thu 5 April 2018

    What We Talk About When We Talk About Work, ‘Fictional Encounters’

    The forthcoming event in the What We Talk About ... series of public discussions will explore the use of language as a medium within contemporary art and curatorial practices. Invited speakers will consider the “liminality” of language, focusing on the potential slide into fiction, misunderstanding and failure that a particular use of language in exhibition making and archival practice can facilitate. Speakers include Director of Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, Alistair Robertson, curator and writer George Vasey and Amsterdam based curator, writer and semiotician Sara Giannini.