ELAINE M.L. TAM



is an itinerant writer, editor and sometimes-curator from Hong Kong currently living and working in London. She collaborates with artists and thinkers to create new forms and forums for critical engagement. Her research interests include psychoanalytic theory, performance writing and feminist new materialisms.

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Chisenhale Studios presents
Eyot
24 March 2022, 4pm GMT
Montez Press Radio

/eɪt/British noun: eyot
a small island in a river.
Old English iggath, īgeth, based on īeg ‘island’ + a diminutive suffix.

A new project by London-based Geopoetics Research Group about islands, their intensities and chaotic psychic states. This 1-hour montage explores the mysteries of the archipe-logical, and considers breakaway evolution, fugitive imaginaries and the tie between erosion and sovereignty.

For this, Arthur Gouillart and Elaine Tam have co-authored a short piece entitled ‘Cadaver island’, which explores Philipp Mainlander’s philosophy and the stages of decomposition.

With contributions by: Eloise Bennett, Alasdair Milne, James Hendrix Elsey, Elaine Tam & Arthur Gouillart, Department of Energy, Jessica Simas, Silvia Bombardini, Giles Thackway, moreiya, Siegrun Salmanian, Angelina Radakovic, James McAleer

First aired Thursday 24 March 4pm GMT on Montez Press Radio as part of a day-long program with Chisenhale Studios, London.

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