A Perfect and Absolute Blank

A Perfect and Absolute Blank 16 October 2015, BxNU SYMPOSIUM: BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art This symposium included performances, screening and discussions and brought together practitioners, artists and theoreticians to address that least visible but most present entity The Sea; considering both the impact of human activity upon the 71% of the planet’s surface that is covered by water and how we might think with its liquidity, mobility and volume to evolve new fluid ontologies of the world we inhabit.
Curated and convened by Jane Arnfield, Christine Borland, Sandra Johnston and Rona Lee Northumbria University and Hannah Marsden, Adult Public Programmes Assistant, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.