Plattform presents: The Noing Uv It   Landmark  Club

GRAHAM HARMAN, STEVEN CLAYDON, MARTIN CLARK - Live stream of the event here!
In connection with the exhibition The Noing Uv It Plattform presents a round table discussion with Graham Harman, an American philosopher, and one of the core members of the Speculative Realism movement, and the curators of the exhibition “The Noing Uv It”, Martin Clark and Steven Claydon.

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The Noing Uv It draws on a number of recent and often unorthopdox ideas and developments in science and physics in order to question our relation to the nature of objects, materiality and 'reality'. Examining ideas around the nature and operation of matter at the sub-atomic level, the strange '(un)reality' of quantum mechanics, the evolution of perception and consciousness, the controversial theories of morphic fields, as well as a notion of extended mind, it references the work of radical scientists and thinkers including David Bohm, Rupert Sheldrake, Terry Rudolph, Timothy Morton and Graham Harman. In addition it includes a number of examples of new and old technologies developed by IBM, the European Space Agency and others.

Graham Harman is distinguished university professor. He is the 2009 winner of the AUC Excellence in Research and Creative Endeavors Award, and a frequent international lecturer. In 2013, he was ranked as the #81 most influential figures in the international art world by Art Review magazine. Harman is the author of eleven books, most recently Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Philosophy (2012) and Bells and Whistles: More Speculative Realism (2013). He is the editor of the Speculative Realism book series at Edinburgh University Press, and (with Bruno Latour) co-editor of the New Metaphysics book series at Open Humanities Press. He is a former Chicago sportswriter, an avid world traveler and a sixth-generation native of Iowa.

Martin Clark is director of Bergen Kunsthall and co-curator of “The Noing Uv It”.

Steven Claydon is the co-curator of “The Noing Uv It”. In addition to his practice as an artist he has also been involved in experimental electronic music for over 20 years, most notably as part of the bands Add N to X, Jack to Jack (with Mark Leckey) and Long Meg.

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