works we like to show - questions we ask ourselves
We are exicted to have self published a collection of our
projects in a print on demand book. 12 selected projects,
"works we like to show", illustrate and explain
our take on spatial production, accompanied by an interview with us
- "questions we ask ourselves". You can order a
print on demand copy of the publication via
Graphic design by Villalba/Lawson
Public works will be taking part and running a workshop
at BOTTOM UP!
Independent Culture and its impact on policitcs and
society initiated by Trans Europe Halles, a european
network of independent cultural centres. The meeting will take
place in Gothenburgh on the 27th-30th of September 2012.
Independent culture can be a powerful lobbying force in
political discourse and in various processes of change such as
urban planning, unfortunately it is not always on the agenda.
Through a number of workshops and presentations at this meeting, we
will investigate and develop new, far-reaching methods and
approaches aiming at creating an impact on audiences, policy-makers
and the public. This may involve mobilizing advocacy campaigns,
learning about public policy and decision-making or how to use
artistic expression as a means of attract public attention. All
these action initiatives come from the Bottom Up, instead of from
the Top Down, where free culture must adapt to the decisions made
from above. Through examples and lively discussions, the conference
will illuminate the value of culture. It will also inspire
independent cultural operators to engage in direct action.