The do it with others - festival
A festival delivering new directions in independent get-togethers and alternative education; including talks, book launches, food, drinks, exhibition-openings and performances.
Saturday August 25, 2018
13:00 – 21.00
Bon-Gah by Mahmoud Bakhshi (IR), Frontyard(AUS), The autonomous fabricby Simon Kentgens (NL), Tante Netty(NL), Pallas Projects(IR), Lodgersby Nav Haq (BE), Jacob Lindgren (US) & Till Witwerr (DE), Rikard Heberling (SE) & Samuel Richter (SE), Lucas Maassen(NL), Jens Pfeifer (DE), Katrin Korfmann(DE/NL), Hanne van Dyck(BE), Esther Venrooij(NL/BE), Hans Demeulenaere(BE), Philippine Hoegen(AT/NL) and Alex Farrar(GB)
13:15 Independent get-togethers
16:15 Moderated group discussion
17:15 Alternative education
19:00 food break
20.00 Performance of Esther Venrooy + Hans Demeulenaere
> ongoing – performance Hanne van Dyck
+ Opening exhibitions:
Onomatopee 160 - Being as Becoming featuring Philippine Hoegen and Alex Farrar
Onomatopee 158 - Back Stages by Katrin Korfmann
Onomatopee 109.1 - There is Nothing Connected, Nothing Distinct / Esther Venrooij, Hans Demeulenaere and Volkmar Mühleis
Artist-Run Europe - Practice/Projects/Spaces
€ 25add to cart
Part how-to manual, part history, and part socio-political critique, Artist-Run Europe looks at the conditions, organisational models, and role of artist-led practice within contemporary art and society. The aim is to show how artist-run practice manifests itself, how artist-run spaces are a distinctive and central part of visual art culture, and how they present a complex, heterogeneous, and necessary set of alternatives to the art institution, museum and commercial gallery.
In a self-reflexive, critically questioning process, contributions discuss and analyse areas such as: What position do artist-run spaces occupy within the field of contemporary art today? Should they stand in opposition to or in parallel to other art-world structures? How is value ascribed to these often transitory practices, and is this value recognised within the field? How are these spaces organised? Can artist-run spaces develop and be sustained without the need to institutionalise? What do artist-run spaces add to the ecology of the civil society? What can we say about future (or hoped for) trajectories?
Such a publication is timely and unique, with case studies of spaces and projects: Triangle France, Transmission Gallery, Pallas Projects/Studios, Eastside Projects, Catalyst Arts, Pink Cube, Secession, Dienstgebaeude, Supermarket, 126 Artist-led Gallery, and The Artist-led Archive; and an expansive and detailed index of artist-run spaces in Europe. It will seek to develop and encourage discourse on the subject within the wider field of contemporary practice, be a source for academics and students, and act as a practical tool for those running or wishing to set up artist-run spaces.
Contributors: Jason E. Bowman, AA Bronson, Noelle Collins, Valerie Connor, Mark Cullen, Céline Kopp & Alun Williams, Joanna Laws, Freek Lomme, Megs Morley, Gavin Murphy, Gavin Wade and Katherine Waugh.
- 235 x 165 mm / 9.25 x 6.5 inches
- Gavin Murphy & Mark Cullen (Pallas Projects Dublin)
- swiss bound
- Full colour
- Unicum, Tilburg (NL)
- Photography of the book