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This month's exhibitions as chosen by Paul Kneale

This month's critic

Saim Demircan is a critic and currently a curator at Kunstverein München.
Saim Demircan, critic and curator

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  • Check out 'To Speak Of Thing You Have Not Seen', a lecture-performance by Kapwani Kiwanga as part of her ongoing exploration into the formal possibilities of oral histories. The event takes place 7pm tomorrow at the South London Gallery. Book tickets here

  • Looking for a Friday night Art fix? Check out 'Speaking Parts' opening this evening at Raven Row with performances by Ewa Partum, Natalie Häusler, Giorgio Sadotti!

  • Nocturnal City film returns tonight (6.30pm), with a screening of 'The Houseless Shadow' (William Raban, 2011), a contemporary portrait of London at night (inspired by Charles Dickens’s essay 'Night Walks'), which explores social inequality in the city. Raban will be in conversation for a Q&A session as well.

  • Applications are open for the Jerwood Visual Arts Writer in Residence programme, which will run Sept - Dec 2015. The writer will engage with exhibitions featuring artists; Matthew Finn/ Joanna Piotrowska/ Tereza Zelenkova & Luke McCreadie and will receive an award of £750.

  • OPEN CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS FOR 2016! Nka Foundation invites proposals from workshop directors, emerging curators, visual archivists and researchers (individuals or groups) for a two-week international artists workshops at the Abetenim Arts Village in Ghana. The workshop proposal be framed around the question of: “What would happen if you bring together artists from different cultures to interact and create works through use of materials from the environment?” Our rural arts village provides the participants with time and space away from the everyday stresses of city life to focus and investigate own practice, creating the possibility for discovery, collaborations and growth. The arts village is located 40 km Southeast of Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana and has an open air theatre, workspaces and guest houses for accommodation. Your specific project may culminate in an event, exhibition, presentation or publication. Proposals will be reviewed as they come until February 20, 2016. Contact: /

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