Previously at the ICA - Events
27 Nov 2010
Francesco Pedraglio is an independent writer and curator living in London. Something I haven't seen and yet I still remember is an event in which, through a selection of texts and visual material, he tries to evoke the influence of never-experienced memories on imagining the existence of abstract sculptures.
The new issue of the self-published journal The Mock and other Superstitions is also launched with a series of pre-recorded readings presented by some of its contributors.
Pedraglio is one of the directors of the London-based curatorial platform FormContent. He writes for several magazines, including Kaleidoscope and Mousse, and is commissioning-editor for the art publishing house, BookWorks, for a new series called The Time Machine.