Walk in the Marly Forest with Angus Cameron
Sunday, 23 May, 2010

Preceding the exhibition opening, Goldin+Senneby will organise a walk in the Marly Forest with economic geographer, Dr Angus Cameron, who acts as spokesperson/emissary of the artist duo.
Angus Cameron will retrace the orgins of the decapitation of money since the 18th century, while searching for the tree struck by lightning around which the secret society of Georges Bataille, «Acéphale», used to gather.

« To read several times, in the most precise way and keep in memory:

go to the railway station of Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche - Forest of Marly

on Sunday, May 23rd at 3:15 pm

For this, go to the Saint-Lazare railway station and purchase a round-trip ticket

The train is at 2.33 pm. »

Meeting point on the platform
To get there by train :
from Paris-Gare Saint-Lazare
to Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche

departure: Train leaving at 2:33 pm
arrival at 3:12 pm, Saint-Nom-la-Bretèche

Suggested return: Train leaving at 5:22 pm
arrival at 6:00 pm, Paris Saint-Lazare
(there is a train every half an hour)

Angus Cameron
Angus Cameron is an academic social scientist specializing in theories of state space. Currently working in the Geography Department at the University of Leicester, Cameron has higher degrees in Art History and International Relations and a PhD in International Political Economy. Cameron publishes on, amongst other things, social inclusion and exclusion, sovereignty, space, narrativity and performativity, critical empiricism, state theory and globalization. In addition to his involvement with Goldin+Senneby's Headless project,
Cameron is currently researching the historical role played by imagined 'xenospaces' in the constitution of contemporary capitalism and the nature and meaning of money.