Address: DWade County
Contact (name): Domingo Castillo, Patricia Hernandez

How is the project operated?
Artist-Run, No Profit $$$Burning Institution.

How long has it been in existence?
Five Years

What was your motivation?
Performance as Space, Non-Space, Common Space, Activist Space, Shared Space, Communal Space, Our Space, Responsible Space, Zero Space, Experimental Space, Idea Space, Space for Thought, Chill Space, Wrong Space,Time as Space, Care Space, Financial Free Space, Responsible Space, Club Space

Number of organizers/responsible persons of the project.
Patricia Margarita Hernandez
Domingo Castillo
Shifting Collaborator- Kathryn Marks

How are programs funded?
Care Based Economies, the majority of all our programing has been ‘funded’ through the generosity and support of our local art community. By funding we mean that Spaces have been given to us at no cost, equipment has been loaned to us at no cost. Each program/event changes due to their very particular needs, sometimes funds are scraped together by everyone involved or other times we’ve gotten a fat payday by an institution to go hard in the paint.

Who is responsible for the programming? (Curators, Directors, etc.)– LOL
We’re usually responsible for putting everything together and organizing people, places and times. Programming stems from the luxury that free time allows us when we spend time with people either at our events, post-event situations or some other random form of leisurely spending time with others.

Number and average duration of exhibitions/events per year.
In the past five years, it’s been an avearage between 45-75 events/screenings a year

In the past five years over 400 events have occurred- BALLING HARD

What kind of events are usually organized?
There is no criteria except that everything is dependent on time.

How is your programming determined?
Programming is determined a number of ways, but it almost always involves time spent with the artist working out exactly what they are working on and talking out the best form of executing the event or artwork.

Do you accept proposals/submissions?
Kind of, depending how it comes up how it’s proposed how the relationship is established.

What is your artistic/curatorial approach?
Who knows?

What’s working? What’s not working?
The things that work don’t work for very long and thus the space is a slave to that rhythm.

What kind of role do you hope to play in your local art scene or community?
an endless dTAérive

What idea are you most excited about for the future?
Our Archive.

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