The Uncertain States First Tuesday Talk Presents

Uncertain States are starting the New Year with a new venue and a great new programme of talks.
Date: 26 February 2014

Uncertain States are starting the New Year with a new venue and a great new programme of talks. We are saying goodbye to the Cat and Mutton and we will be moving to Ziferblat, a beautiful cafe just opened on 388 Old Street EC1V (it's the door next to the Corner House pub). 

Ziferblat’s doors are open to everyone. Everything is free inside except the time you spend there; it cost 3 pence a minute but you can help yourself to tea and coffee and biscuits! Time Out voted it the best opening of 2013. 

Please check out the links to read more about this great new space and join us for the first of our seasons talks with Yaron Lapid. 

Uncertain States is a lens based, artist led project established by Cass MA Photography alumni Spencer Rowell, David George and Fiona Yaron-Field.

Releasing a quarterly newspaper they attempt to expand a critical dialogue and promote visual imagery. The work reflects some key social and political concerns and challenges how perception is formed in a society like ours, on issues as diverse as politics, religion and personal identity.

Uncertain States aims to showcase both established and emerging artists through their exhibitions and web based publications. They include work from all photographic genres.

News details

Date: Tuesday 4th February 2014
Time: 7:30pm
Venue: Ziferblat, 388 Old Street EC1V
Website: Uncertain States

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