“To find a solution to this impasse through art itself is impossible. It is a crisis which concerns all culture, beginning at its economic base and ending in the highest spheres of ideology.”
Responding to the Ghost Ship fire and attempted political interventions in North Carolina, Elsewhere founder George Scheer considers how alternative spaces thrive in emerging cultural economies and how we can work together more critically and collectively.
To be an artist no longer frees us, but squarely puts us in the mobilization that causes general fatigue. The only alternative, in my opinion, is…genuinely collaborative practices.
Dolph Projects is a contemporary art project in Streatham, London aimed at engaging both artists and the local community alike.
DEMO Project is a non-traditional exhibition space in Springfield, Illinois, that encourages artists to self-direct, experiment and present without risk.
Fayetteville Underground promotes the visual arts in Northwest Arkansas by actively collaborating with the community.