The Showroom reopens with A Long Time Between Suns
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The Showroom reopens with A Long Time Between Suns
Otolith III

Otolith III, Otolith Group

Date: 9 September – 24 October 2009 | Location: The Showroom, 63 Penfold Street, London

Having relocated to new premises on London’s Penfold street, the Showroom Gallery will mark its relaunch with the premiere of the Otolith Group‘s Otolith III. The film will be shown alongside an installation designed by Will Holder. Together they comprise the second part of A Long Time Between Suns, and follow on from works shown at Gasworks earlier this year. Continuing the group’s preoccupation with sci-fi tropes and futures that never were, the third part of the Otolith trilogy draws on Satyajit Ray’s unmade film The Alien (1967) and Pier Paolo Pasolini’s Appunti per un film sull’India (1968) to map an alternative take on modern history.

Reflecting the new Showroom’s commitment to participation, process and debate, a series of events and discussions will be held in association with the show and a book – copies of which will be assembled in the space during the exhibition  – has been collated to link the exhibition’s two stages.

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