Tuesday, December 22, 2009

No More Firmament

Monday 21 December 2009 7.00pm to 9.00pm

London Spaceways present

Talk and Q&A with Rob Fabian

plus live music from Casper Spaceman


the World Premiere of Jim Hollands' new short film

an adaptation of Antonin Artaud's libretto :

"There Is No More Firmament"

The London Spaceways talk will be exploring some great philosophical questions...

Who are we?
Where did we come from?
What are we made of?
Science, Philosophy and Religion have always asked the big questions... the vast emptiness of space has always stood as an answer....infinite and unknown. Some of the most symbolic expressions of 20th century science are the nuclear bomb, the spaceship, and the cinema. How does space relate to cinema? How does science relate to the global Nazi conspiracy? London Spaceways will be examining the reason for the apocalyptic mood of our culture, and why space may be behind it all..

To book a place call 020 7641 5250 or email: referencelibrarywc2@westminster.gov.uk

Westminster Reference Library,
35 St. Martin's Street,
London WC2H 7HP
All enquiries: (020) 7641 1300
Fax: (020) 7641 5232
Email: referencelibrarywc2@westminster.gov.uk
Nearest Tube: Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus, Charing Cross
Buses: 11, 24, 29, 176 or any that go to Trafalgar Square or Charing Cross Rd.