COLLECTIVE PRACTICES OF CARE IN EXPERIMENTAL PERFORMANCE

Photo credit: Adrian Howells,  The Pleasure of Being: Washing/Feeding/Holding  (Ed Collier). Image reproduced with kind permission from LADA’s Intellect Live book  It’s All Allowed: The Performances of Adrian Howells, e dited by Deirdre Heddon and Dominic Johnson 2016

Photo credit: Adrian Howells, The Pleasure of Being: Washing/Feeding/Holding (Ed Collier). Image reproduced with kind permission from LADA’s Intellect Live book It’s All Allowed: The Performances of Adrian Howells, edited by Deirdre Heddon and Dominic Johnson 2016

Managing The Radical
The Place
Fri 5 April : 
16.00 - 17.30
FREE
Booking essential -
Ticket available

A conversation led by Amit Rai and Gini Simpson about the collective practices of self-organisation in experimental arts and activist practice, imagining alternatives in responding to the global crisis of care. Can we learn from the past and from each other, both within the arts and beyond, in order to care better for one another…or even just to care?

Please come along, share practices of care you have developed and others that you might imagine, which could generate sustainable models for collective care in the experimental arts and beyond.

This is a first of a series of Gatherings around the topic of ‘Managing the Radical’ organised in part by the MtR Action Research Group in collaboration with LADA’s Restock, Rethink, Reflect Five project. It is supported by Queen Mary University of London.