School of the Event Horizon - Oracular Sponge Output, Time Granulation Cross Section
420 x 297mm
Risograph on 250gsm Corona Paper
Printed by Hato Press
Edition of 50
“…and here we can see a moment of time in a granulated state, as processed by the Oracular Sponge (Version 003.1a). This cross section reveals the minute inflections of the moment’s myriad component strands. The cracks in each granule’s surface indicate fracture points between its disparate inputs as they are melted and re-frozen. After a period of close observation, the onlooker becomes aware of the ways in which the granulated opponents parts shake hands and shuffle about, and from this, learns to read them as propensities. (Department of Foresight, School of The Event Horizon)"
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
The School of the Event Horizon (Steven Levon Ounanian, Kate Pickering and Emily Rosamond) is an artists group based in London. They began their collaboration during a residency organised by Peer Sessions. Recent performances, exhibitions and publications include: Akrasis, E.R.O.S. Journal, issue 6 and performance Homotopia, E.R.O.S issue launch, Tenderbooks, London; Akrasia, Art15, London (2015); Liminal Space, Temporary Arts Projects, Southend-on-Sea; before breakfast we talked about the furthest visible point before it all disappeared, Tenderpixel, London and True Stories from the Event Horizon (all 2014).