The Unstitute is proud to present:
Spatio-Mnemonic Residency #2
15 January - 15 April 2014
The second residency term at The Unstitute sees Iain Rayner at the helm, steering his quadpartite research into probability theory, language and bowel movements, each with deft grace.
"There is no specific Speech Act in any of the things I hope to make. In this sense they intersect with reality and not just the world of speech acts and their respective perlocutionary effects, which have a specific teleology.
(Sorry about this, forgive my logorrhoea, it’s done now)"
The Unstitute's unique virtual residency programme is a series of developmental projects engaging with the mobile, shifting web-architecture of The Unstitute. Participants do not 'question the boundaries', (as per the rhetoric of the Art Institution,) but are instead encouraged to create boundaries, objections and impasses, affirming the movement afforded by these obstacles. The Unstitute is a memory palace.
For more information, or to apply for a residency, visit our opportunities page: http://theunstitute.org/Extensions.Residency.html