Cathy Haynes - Our Time is Not Clock Time
297 x 297 mm
Risograph print on 250gsm Corona Paper
Printed by Hato Press
Commissioned as part of the exhibition before breakfast we talked about the furthest visible point before it all disappeared at Tenderpixel, 26 June - 26 July, 2014
Edition of 50
Cathy Haynes (b 1973) is an artist, curator and writer. She holds an MPhil in History (2006) and MA (dist.) in culture studies and critical theory (Media & Communications, 1997), both from Goldsmiths University of London. She received her BA (1st Class) Social and Political Sciences from Cambridge University in 1995.
She is a founder faculty member and the former Curator at The School of Life. Previously she was Curator for Art on the Underground, and Head of Interaction at Artangel. Recent projects and exhibitions include Chisenhale Gallery’s artist in residence in Victoria Park, London, making Stereochron Island, a public project reimagining the park as a tiny island territory campaigning to become a state without clocks in 2014. A Storm is Blowing, UCL Petrie Museum, London (2013); How to Map a Life, Rongwrong Gallery, Amsterdam NL (2012) and No Such Place, QUAD, Derby UK (2010). From 2006 to 2009 Haynes collaborated with Sally O’Reilly to make Implicasphere, a serial mini- publication distributed inside Cabinet magazine.