7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
27th January, 2016
Adequate Knowledges is a series of five ‘talks’ that elaborate readings of certain childhood books. In this third event of Adrian’s series Adequate Knowledges:
‘Back to 1955, it seems, it seems so hard to move on, in the entanglements of this life and that whole history, of that finished form of history and this unfinished form of life or lives, I will carry on trying to sit one row behind myself and slow things down a little, somewhere back in a space of critique and scholarly disclosure.’
How do new knowledges adequate to these starting points? Life writing, or whatever we might want to call it, becomes a series of abstractions of this problematic.