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Is collaboration different in the visual arts? Gillian Nicol reports from 'Stronger Together', an event held in Newcastle in June and Nick Sharp discusses IP and copyright issues that arise through collaborative practices; in Debate Kate Phillimore and Matthew de Pulford propose the jester as a vehicle for understanding playfulness, mediation, diplomacy and rebellion within curatorial practice; and in Collaborative relationships artists David Hood and Seainin Passi introduce their ongoing practice Community Facility.
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a-n.co.uk August 2011
As UK's universities continue their radical overhaul to deliver a more streamlined and affordable 'service', art education is facing up to the challenges this presents to the sector. Attending Cubitt's July Festival of Blackboards, Mitra Memarzia… Subscribers read on…
Editorial, a-n.co.uk August 2011
Artists are increasingly working with organisations and other artists in collaborative situations where issues of Intellectual Property may be less clear. We asked solicitor Nicholas Sharp for his advice in response to an artist's recent query. Subscribers read on…
Feature, a-n.co.uk August 2011
Led by curator Vicki Lewis and artist Katherine Clarke (muf), the We Are Artists, How Can We Help? action research project questions the presence of artists as a model in regeneration. What does the artist gain? Is there a benefit swap between the artist constituency and their neighbours? Subscribers read on…
News, a-n.co.uk August 2011