Noit-2 Burning, guest edited by Lisa Le Feuvre, will launch with a special preview screenings
The London launch will be accompanied by a special preview screening of William Raban's forthcoming film 72-82, introduced by the filmmaker. Documenting ten years of the ACME gallery, 72-82 features footage of Stephen Cripps' pyrotechnic performances discussed by Raban in Noit-2 in a interview with Lisa Le Feuvre. Also on display will be footage of the 2012 reprise of Annea Lockwood's 'Piano Burning' (1968) that took place at Grizedale Arts, as well as documentation of the experimental 'Skoob' performances undertaken recently in Frankfurt by Neal White. Flat Time House (FTHo) is a gallery, archive and artist's residency space in the former home and studio of the British visual artist John Latham. Today, FTHo is a dynamic and autonomous institution with an emphasis on research-based art. (Image: Still from William Raban Rights of Passage (1997) 7' Beta SP. Image courtesy the artist).