Location: Turf Projects, 46/47 Trinity Court, Whitgift Centre, Croydon CR0 1UQ
Feedback is a microcosmic art exchange program, advice centre, exhibition & archive by associates at Open School East as part of Art Licks Weekend 2018.
Over the weekend the OSE associates will inhabit the Loft Space at Turf Projects, using the space as a working office hub through which the public can interact with the Open School East associates.
Feedback aims to mirror the ethos of Open School East, by which everything shall be free and open to the public – to allow everyone access to critical exchange. We invite members of the public to share works and documents with us, welcoming artworks of any kind, including previously failed submissions or Arts Council applications. Feedback encourages participants from non-art backgrounds to submit works. We hope to offer a space for critical feedback, showcasing and archiving of these works. Every piece of work submitted will be printed, exhibited and form part of a publication which will be made open access and archived online. Participants will be able to discuss their work with us via phone, email, google-drive, skype or in person.
To Participate: Please email any artwork, writing, un-accepted proposals/applications, funding bids, concepts or ideas you would like feedback on to email@example.com.
Or by phone and in person between 11-2pm Saturday, 11-5pm Sunday at Turf Projects, LOFT space, Whitgift Centre, 46-47 Trinity Court, Croydon CR0 1UQ.
Phone: +44 1233 28 0757
We invite visitors to join us in the office for Feedback. There will be free tea and coffee for visitors as well as a coffee morning on Sunday 7th.
About Art Licks Weekend: Peripheries will consider how grassroots spaces and projects are addressing this with an alternative art economy, based on collaboration, friendship, support, exchange, and care. The dates coincide with Frieze – London’s annual core commercial art activity – so as to better contrast, discuss and positively address current central structures. As an alternative to competitive object-based narratives, Art Licks Weekend: Peripheries supports the development of immaterial practices and projects, with a focus on care and exchange.