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Tim Bromage & Tom Raybould

'The vessel is a freestanding cuboid, its walls are made of concrete and are almost twice as high as they are wide, looking at it from the outside you cannot see its top. There are two small rectangular entrances located in the centre of the opposing walls, each leads to a tunnel at least two metres in length. A point of note is that in approaching one you automatically lose sight of the other.'
- The philosophy of divergent history by Dr Winston Freer

Artist Tim Bromage presents a first showing of his probably anticlimactic who dun-it, featuring shit heel detective Joe Medland in a new performance in which there is music, psychokinetic cutlery and potentially the end of the world.

'I've been banging on about this for some time... talking it up a treat... I should start by saying that all of this is true...although that may be stretching it a bit...

Who is my employer? That's a good question… but its probably better to start by asking... Who is Gordon Lang?'

Music composed and performed by Tom Raybould.

 Tim Bromage. Image: Roger Graham

Tim Bromage. Image: Roger Graham

Earlier Event: March 30
Rachel Helena Walsh - Catholic Guilt
Later Event: March 31
What It Is Not: Artists Films