29-30/03/2008 participating with Critical Practice in Disclosures, Gasworks, London
We participated in an event called Disclosures on the 29th – 30th March 2008.
Disclosures seeks to scrutinise the notion of openness across fields of cultural production at large. A first reading of openness refers to situations in which the viewer, reader, listener or internet user becomes emancipated through egalitarian participation, diffuse collaborative authorship and/or the breaking down of hierarchical and social boundaries
It was organised by Anna Colin and Mia Jankowicz of Gasworks. See the programme here.
Critical Practice contributed directly to Phase 1 and Phase 3 of the programme.
We participated in a panel discussion
The View From Here: after Open Congress with Critical Practice, node.London and WMAOYW
1130-1300 Saturday 29th March 2008.
Toynbee Hall, Lecture Hall, 28 Commercial Street, London E1 6LS.
here is our Brechtian multi-voiced Introduction.
In Phase 3, we convened a ResourceCamp to tackle the ‘elephant in the room’ of open organizations and those in receipt of public money – the management and distribution of money and resources.
Critical Practice working group Wiki-page: http://criticalpracticechelsea.org/wiki/index.php?title=Disclosures
Gasworks website with full Disclosures programme: http://www.gasworks.org.uk/exhibitions/detail.php?id=344