‘Economies of Value: New Art Ecologies’ – 21 January 2022
‘Economies of Value: New Art Ecologies’ is a day-long round table advancing new organisational models and alternative value discourses for contemporary arts. Happening in London and online simultaneously, the one-day event is conceived as a networking opportunity and an experimental ground for knowledge exchange and open propositions. Researchers and practitioners are invited to respond to contributions that propose alternative organisational models for the arts – valuing peer-to-peer exchange, common-oriented principles, and participative forms of governance. To imagine long-term collaborative networks and new modes of practice that rely on the cross-pollination of knowledge and a diversity of expertise to face complex problems. To speculate on alternative, horizontal economic models for the arts to exist autonomously as a societal asset, in active dialogue with diverse publics. Free to attend Online or IRL at the Royal College of Art, London. With: Primavera de Filippi, Pekko Koskinen, Imwen Eke, House of Natural Fiber (HONF), Resolve Collective. Curated by Linda Rocco. Register on: www.evnae.com
*If UCL social distancing measures remain in place, the round table will be moved entirely online.