Anthony Romero and Abigail Satinsky reflect on Open Engagement 2016, asking “How might we gather better?” to assert shared politics and shared action in the conference form.
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THAT: A conversation on art that isn’t art (but maybe really is) and on non-art that is art (but maybe shouldn’t be) What the hell does it mean to consider something *as* art vs. as *art*? And should anyone even care?
In this conclusion to the Hand-in-Glove social response, Anne Focke considers the form of Common Field and the idea of the commons as a possible structure for the burgeoning network.
Artist-organizer Anthony Romero addresses questions of essentialization and exclusion of people of color at Hand-in-Glove 2015 as part of our ongoing social response.
Reflecting on the recent Hand in Glove conference, James McAnally addresses the past and future of artist-centered practice: How are we to build on our own legacies? Why do we falter when we talk about sustainability? How do we understand our capacities?
Threewalls was founded in 2003 to provide greater support and visibility for the visual arts community in Chicago. Today, threewalls operates a research residency; commissions a major project by a visiting artist; supports four SOLO exhibitions; programs a SALON series; and partners with other organizations on publications and education.