How Can We Make Space For Time?

  • Clarke, P. H. (Organiser)
  • Ilaria Pinna (Organiser)
  • Rowan Lear (Organiser)
  • Martha King (Organiser)

Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in workshop, seminar, course


An event organised with The Institute of Killing Time*, as part of Antiuniversity Now.

"If there is no church in the wild, if there is study rather than knowledge production, if there is a way of being together in brokenness, if there is an undercommons, then we must all find our way to it." Jack Halberstam

We invite you to join us in the break, for this inaugural event of The Institute of Killing Time*. For one night, we will occupy space, take possession of time, and think about what it means to ‘be with’ each other. Through a score of discussion and silence, activity and play, we will collectively make space for time and co-create a new institution.

Is there something you wish you had more time for? Bring an object or idea to contribute to a playful potluck of unproductive activities and everyday expertise.

Refreshments provided. All welcome!

Accessibility: The venue is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us in advance if you have access requirements and we will endeavour to make the event accessible to you.

*a new (anti)institute for the experimental study and exploration of time.

This event is part of Antiuniversity Now 10-16 June 2017:
Period10 Jun 2017
Event typeWorkshop
LocationBristol, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionNational