Cluster London Meeting

Thursday 23 May 2013, 6.30pm

Cluster is a network of eight small to medium sized visual arts organisations that are each located in residential areas on the peripheries of major cities, all within Europe (with the exception of Holon). Each of these organisations are actively involved in their local contexts, fostering their embeddedness within their surroundings.

Following meetings and site visits in Utrecht, Paris, Madrid, Stockholm and Holon, the Cluster network will meet in London to exchange knowledge on how the organisations in the network operate in relation to their local contexts.

For the public event on the evening of 23 May, the director of each organisation in the network will give a ten minute presentation on their organisation. The event will focus on durational, long-term projects that builds different kinds of publics, relationships and commitments over extended time periods. This will be followed by a conversation, for which the group will be joined by Chris Dercon, Director of Tate Modern and Ralph Rugoff, Director of Hayward Gallery.

Presentations will be made by: Maria Lind (Tensta Konsthall), Binna Choi (Casco, Utrecht), Pierre Bal Blanc (CAC Brétigny), Ferran Barrenblit (CA2M, Madrid), Tadej Pogacar (Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Ljubljana), Eyal Danon (Digital Art Centre, Holon), Alexandra Baudelot and Mathilde Villeneuve (Les Laboratories D’Aubervilliers, Paris) and Emily Pethick (The Showroom).

Cluster is supported by the European Cultural Foundation and the European Culture Programme.

The organisations that form Cluster are: CAC Brétigny, Brétigny s/Orge, France; CA2M Centro Dos De Mayo, Madrid, Spain; Casco, office for art design and theory, Utrecht, The Netherlands; Les Laboratoires d'Aubervilliers, Aubervilliers, France; Tensta Konsthall, Stockholm, Sweden; The Israeli Center for Digital Art, Holon, Israel; The Showroom, London, UK; Zavod P.A.R.A.S.I.T.E., Ljubljana, Slovenia.


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