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In conversation with Paul Elliman
2014.III.16
We’ve been told that Paul Elliman tells jokes that you don’t really get until about a week after the punchline. We’ve also read that “Paul is one of the great practitioners of thinking, as making, seeing, hearing, speaking and writing.” And we’ve heard that Paul knows a thing or two about languages and typography, and birds, and whistling, and learning.

Needless to say, we are itching with excitement to meet up with Paul and converse on all of that. Join us this Sunday afternoon (16 March), 18:30 at the CAC cinema.

Thanks to the British Council for supporting the talk, one of the first events of the XII Baltic Triennial.
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