The exhibition opens on 28th March and remains on view until 3rd April. It presents issue 2 as both unbound sheets and a bound publication, and is accompanied by a soundscape of field recordings made by Daphne Oram in Trinidad & Tobago and compiled by James Bulley. This latest issue of BFTK features contributions from (in order of appearance) Ryan Gerald Nelson, James Bulley, Daphne Oram, Céline Condorelli, James Langdon, Scandinavian Institute for Computation Vandalism, Mark Simmonds, Dave Whelan, Flights and Fissures, Ron Hunt, and Rose Gridneff. And includes pieces on, among other things, the sound-film work of Daphne Oram and Geoffrey Jones; monuments to Kazimir Malevich, Rosa Luxemburg and Walter Benjamin; the relocation of a defunct bookshop from Amsterdam to Epsom; a conversation on the politics of display and ‘Agatha Christie smoking Asger Jorn’s cigar’.
Copies of BFTK#2 are available for a limited preorder price (£10 standard edition / £12 with limited edition signature-wrap print / £18 combo: BFTK#1 + #2) through the website up until the beginning of April. On the night, copies will be on sale for £10.