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The Last Tuesday Society is perhaps Viktor Wynd's best known social sculpture, an organisation that currently boasts some 18,000 members, sells over 13,000 tickets a year and has over 3,000 daily visitors to it's website.
It is a vast, many layered & constantly evolving project in a permanent state of flux. It was founded by Viktor Wynd & David Piper in 2005 as an umbrella organisation from which to produce their ever more ambitious art projects claiming a direct 'Pataphysical connection to William James' TLTS at Harvard. Together they produced formal and elaborate nine course dinner parties in The Café Royal with literary speakers & "Loss; an Evening of Exquisite Misery." Since then Viktor Wynd has worked with many other people to produce some of his social projects & experiments in relational aesthetics under the umbrella of the Last Tuesday Society; these include Jasper Tay who commissioned and financed the aptly named "Loss" at 43 South Molton, Eleanor O'Keefe with whom Wynd organised and put on a series of Lectures at the Tabernacle, venues and organisations like Latitude, The Whitechapel Gallery, Port Elliot, Bistrotheque ,Hedges & Butler, Parker McMillan etc etc. Perhaps the most long lasting collaboration so far has been with Suzette Field who, since 2007, has helped him produce, organise & curate many of The Society's Projects.
Unfortunately or fortunately very few of the thousands of ideas that Wynd has had have actually been produced.