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From left to right, moving from the longest to the shortest, are drawn the world
21 November 2019
Tramway

Entangling history, phenomenology, metaphysics, culture, and mathematics: the model RTSK

Fernando Zalamea

Profound mathematical ideas for romantics, to help us linger in the difference we share.

Episode 10: A Means Without End
A mesmerising shot of light reflecting, golden, off many hundreds of thin wires
21 November 2019
Tramway

Corpus Infinitum

Denise Ferreira da Silva

Do ideas emerging from particle physics help to re-think of blackness as a mode of life in which it’s possible to practice difference without separation?

Episode 10: A Means Without End
A shot of murky green and brown water with several rectangular bricks submerged
20 November 2019
Tramway

All and at once

Arjuna Neuman Denise Ferreira da Silva Fred Moten Wu Tsang

Why won’t the idea of the particle or individual go away? Is the measurement problem in physics a documentary film issue? What can a human be without its crutches of life-time and measure?

Episode 10: A Means Without End
A jagged bluff of rocks juts out into a grey and moody sea as waves lap at shore
20 November 2019
Tramway

4 Waters: Deep Implicancy

Arjuna Neuman Denise Ferreira da Silva

What would a world and an ethics look like free from the destructive consequences of the Western mind?

Episode 10: A Means Without End
20 – 24 November 2019
Tramway Online

Episode 10: A Means Without End

Complex ways of understanding our complex times. Maths & Poetics. Gesture & Physics. Collectivist Struggle & Desire. 5 days of performances, discussions, screenings and study sessions.

Episode_9_Eduardo_Restrepo_Still
16 November 2017
Tramway

Films Installed in the Foyer

Eduardo Restrepo Castaño SWARM

In the Foyer at the Tramway we will screen a documentary from the Sex Workers’ Festival of Resistance 2017 and La Llamada by Eduardo Restrepo Castaño.

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
Script papers are strewn across a black floor
20 April 2013
Tramway

No Total

What kind of listening and acknowledging do we offer each other? What is it to listen to an ‘elsewhere’, and do we ever do anything else when we listen to music?

Hands Clasp in detail from Bread and Wine, a visual novel about Chip Delany
18 November 2017
Tramway

Being for Others

Samuel R. Delany

Chip’s written some of the greatest of all Sci-Fi and Fantasy—page turning character driven diamond-hard novels and short stories: each a lens that refracts our real-life struggles and desires.

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
still from country ball Jacob satterwhite
17 November 2017
Tramway

Screening Programme

Jacolby Satterwhite Paul Kindersley Samuel R. Delany Tiona McClodden

Emotional fantasies, towers of cakes, identity troubles, collapsed distance and time and Samuel R. Delany’s rarely seen 1971 film The Orchid.

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
Samuel R. Delany white hair and beard reading on stage at EPISODE 9
19 November 2017
Tramway

Beyond Transgression

Samuel R. Delany

Chip will read some of his great literary pornography, which pushes sexuality to the point of extremity and exhaustion.

Episode 9: Other Worlds Already Exist
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