22nd September, 2021 / 19:00 -
29th November, 2013
Camberwell Space is pleased to present an exhibition with artists Karen Bohøj, Pil Christoffersen, Thomas Furu, Bruno Guggiana, David Lytzhøft, Marcela Tejada Maggi, Lee Mann, Alba Rodriguez Núñez, Giacomo Raffaelli, Stefania Vara Sanchez, and Sara Holm Strandby.
All Things Considered brings together the works of an on-going project initiated as a collaboration between six students based in London and six in Barcelona. The first step of the project took place in April 2013 with an exhibition at “untitled” BCN gallery, Barcelona. Developing a cross-country dialogue, the project aimed to investigate dynamics of collaboration through the encounter of diverse institutional contexts.
This is the second leg of the project, reflecting on and embracing the experience of conversation through language barriers, ideological differences and physical distance. By so doing, “All Things Considered” is a continuation of this dialogue, played out within the exhibition, extending the process of collaboration during the time of the show.
21 November, 2:30-4:30pm
Symposium: Uncertain Outcomes in the Collaborative Process
Venue: Ceramics Lecture Theatre, Camberwell College of Arts
In conjunction with the exhibition, the symposium “Uncertain Outcomes in the Collaborative Process” will be held on Thursday 21 November 2013. Artists, designers and academic researchers, who propose the process as a prominent element of their finished outcome through their practices and methods of research, will be invited to open up a discussion upon the key ideas of the project.
For more information please visit the Camberwell College of Arts website.
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