Auto Italia: Shell Corporation @ tranzitdisplay, Nov 1

, 31 October 2016
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Auto Italia is presenting the Shell Corporation group exhibition at Prague’s tranzitdisplay on November 1.

“What are the desired conditions to produce artwork? What is enabled by working collaboratively that is greater than what we can achieve alone?”

The presentation will be led by Marianne Forrest and Edward Gillman of London-based artist collective and studio Auto Italia South East and will look at the current research informing their projects.  Christina Gigliotti and Lumír Nykl will host a discussion afterwards.

Looking at alternative models of making work, through collaborative means, in particular, the session will “encourage a collective imagining of what ‘artist-led’ groups might look like and operate as in the future.”

See the FB event page for details.**

Christopher Kirubi launches Rush with poetry + performance tracing often hidden spaces of intimacy at Auto Italia, Dec 8

7 December 2017

Auto Italia is presenting the Shell Corporation group exhibition at Prague’s tranzitdisplay on November 1.

“What are the desired conditions to produce artwork? What is enabled by working collaboratively that is greater than what we can achieve alone?”

The presentation will be led by Marianne Forrest and Edward Gillman of London-based artist collective and studio Auto Italia South East and will look at the current research informing their projects.  Christina Gigliotti and Lumír Nykl will host a discussion afterwards.

Looking at alternative models of making work, through collaborative means, in particular, the session will “encourage a collective imagining of what ‘artist-led’ groups might look like and operate as in the future.”

See the FB event page for details.**

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Exploring sonic peripheries through the systolic compositions of Terre Thaemlitz in Interstices at Auto Italia, Oct 3 – Dec 3

3 October 2017

Auto Italia is presenting the Shell Corporation group exhibition at Prague’s tranzitdisplay on November 1.

“What are the desired conditions to produce artwork? What is enabled by working collaboratively that is greater than what we can achieve alone?”

The presentation will be led by Marianne Forrest and Edward Gillman of London-based artist collective and studio Auto Italia South East and will look at the current research informing their projects.  Christina Gigliotti and Lumír Nykl will host a discussion afterwards.

Looking at alternative models of making work, through collaborative means, in particular, the session will “encourage a collective imagining of what ‘artist-led’ groups might look like and operate as in the future.”

See the FB event page for details.**

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