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GENERAL STRIKE, London 2013 dienstag abend Private view @TheMewsProject Thursday 28th November


What is Dienstag abend ?

d.a. is a flexible platform initiated by Fernando Mesquita and Ludwig Kittinger. Artists and other professionals are invited to different locations to form a collaborative ( co-labourative) structure to serve as a hub for research of artistic mechanisms and conditions relating to a situation.

Our focus is on leveling the process between idea and outcome in which the existing manner of spatial and/or social and/or any contextual situation serves as a foundation. We encourage participants to step out of their usual work patterns, as a suggestion, not a requirement.

Within the d.a. dynamics we recognize the action (activity/non-activity) as more relevant than the result. The project engages on forms of collaboration in order to: do things, or not, independently of whom or/and what. We are not seeking for types of collaboration that are based on collectively following some concept where a conclusion is the objective.

23 rd – 7th Nov Work in Progress at The Mews Project
28 th Nov Opening at The Mews Project 5 pm
29 th Nov Drinks at ArtReview-Bar 7 – 11 pm more info here

From Sunday the 23rd on, till 29th, from 1pm-3pm we will be cooking lunch in The Mews Project, 15C Osborn Street. If you like to join us for this “work-in-progress” feel free to pop by! If you wanna join us for the meal, please let us know in advance…

Djana Covic, Lucy Pawlak, Diana Policarpo, Alicja Rogalska, Fernando Mesquita, Mikael Larsson, Ben Washington, Kristian Nammack, Ben Cain, Carlos Noronha Feio, Ludwig Kittinger, Lukas Heistinger, Sophie Thun, Hugo Canoilas




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