An image of around 8 chairs painted black and red, sited in a gallery space around an strange cardboard construction



Sunday 6 June, 7.30-9pm


Bibliotherapy for the Anthropocene is a performance in the guise of a reading group, a faux-Quaker meeting, a reconvening of the Dead Poets Society. It is a wake for the geological period we may or may not be living in. No prior reading is necessary, all participants will receive a strata of reading material as part of the invitation in advance.

Bram Thomas Arnold is an artist who started with walking and kept going, into performance, installation, broadcasting and bibliotherapy.

Important information

This event has been designed so the whole group can be seen simultaneously, so you will need access to a laptop or desktop computer, with camera switched on, and internet connection (no phones). You will also need to minimise distractions, so find a quiet space, and immerse yourself in Bibliotherapy for the Anthropocene.

Booking will close on Monday 31 May to allow advance posting of reading material.

Tickets can be booked for one or both events.

If the cost of attending this event is a barrier, please email and we will be happy to offer you a free place, no questions asked.