Failed Flights of Transcendence

August 26

6-8pm, Art Jericho, 6 King Street, Oxford

off Walton St, behind Jude the Obscure

“Failed Flights of Transcendence” is how 2010 Booker-Prize nominated author Tom McCarthy described the theme of his last book, Men in Space, and perectly encapsulates the relation between David Dixon’s exhibition and the work of tonight’s writers. Constantly building, constantly striving, constantly looking to break out. Of preconceptions; of limitations; of existing forms; of outdated ideas. Constantly trying; constantly nearly… making it; constantly trying harder. A night of words, music, and art to make you think, hope, despair, laugh, and ultimately shout for joy at the marvellous absurdity of life.
We will also be formally launching eight cuts gallery press at the event.

Entry just £3, all of which goes to the excellent cause of Launch Collaborative, the innovative arts collective putting on the event. This can be fully redeemed against copies of (life:)razorblades included, which you can buy for the silly price of £2 (usually £5) from the Albion Beatnik stall that will be with us all night

With music from the absurdly talented singer-songwriter Kevin Jenkins

~ by yearzerowriters on August 25, 2010.

3 Responses to “Failed Flights of Transcendence”

  1. Wish I could be there! Should be a blast!

  2. This is an awesome line-up, and you’re totally launching awesome books.

  3. Thanks for your good wishes.

    I’ll be posting the piece I’m premiering at the show tonight, here at midnight.

    Marc Nash

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