Art Monthly Event


And Others 2: Why collaborate? Network Formation, Reproduction, Access

In collaboration with Birmac

And Others: The Gendered Politics and Practices of Art Collectives

BIRMAC and Art Monthly, in association with Electra, present a series of four online panel conversations investigating different questions central to collective work. Building on two months of asynchronous collective writing, involving seventeen participants, the panelists below consider how we might write, think, read and practice together through other means.

Convened and moderated by Lina Dzuverovic, Birkbeck, University of London

2: Why collaborate? Network Formation, Reproduction, Access

Carla Cruz, Lily Hall, Abhijan Toto, Felicity Allen, Manual Labours

Focusing on the possible divergences between external articulations of collectivity and their internal working realities, this panel explores the formation and reproduction of networks, asking how cultural organisations engage with collective work, exploring the blurry lines and unstable positions between organisational (curatorial, communication, production, administrative) and artistic work, and the gaps between naming and acting.

Online event – free, but booking essential.

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