CUT-UPS AS A REVOLUTIONARY WEAPON
A talk with Barry Miles & Stewart Home
Saturday 7th February, 2015.
3.00pm – 4.30pm.
October Gallery, 24 Old Gloucester St
Admission £7/£5 conc. Barry Miles, author of the definitive Burroughs biography, William S. Burroughs, A Life, will be in conversation with artists Stewart Home, Shezad Dawood and others, discussing: Cut-Ups as a Revolutionary Weapon.
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A Man Called Burroughs: photographs by Harriet Crowder
Exhibition, 6-20 February 2015
William S. Burroughs is 101 Thursday 5 February 2015, from 7pm: exhibition opening, Burroughs' 101st birthday party, organised by Toby Clarkson with live radionics, transmissions, performances, by: Dan R Wilson, Al and Al, International Necronautical Society, Louise Ashcroft and the man.
7pm Louise Ashcroft: Burrow, a video which takes a lost Burroughs text as a starting point.
730pm Dan Wilson presents Radionics Radio
Resonance104.4FM/Sound and Music Embedded composer in residence Daniel Wilson presents Radionics Radio to mark the start of a weekly series of radionic broadcasts on Resonance104.4FM.
8pm Al and Al The Creator Thinking Machines from the future search for their origins and destiny inside the dream diaries of their creator Alan Turing (video).
Intermittently: INS broadcasts last heard out the Transmission Room, or Crypt, ICA, 2004
William Burroughs R-101
The exhibition includes two previously unexhibited portraits of William S. Burroughs taken during a trip to Wales in 1960. One of them known in part from the Call Me Burroughs LP cover, previously misattributed. The other unknown and almost implausible (above, detail). Additional material collected by Jim Pennington, arranged by Jim Pennington and Anthony Auerbach.