neil cummings

April 2016

Occupy the Future

28 Apr 2016

I will contribute to...

Making Use: Life in Postartistic Times
Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw,
Emilii Plater 51

February 19 – May 1, 2016
Tuesday – Sunday, 12 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Admission free

Making Use: Life in Postartistic Times includes an evolving exhibition, workspace, and a public program. The main themes explored during the project are the interweaving of art and other spheres of life; art is 'migrating' from museums and galleries into urban survival strategies, street protests, subversive advertising, campaigns to abolish bank debt, utopian experiments, critical cartography, agricultural cooperatives, alternative tourism, and the curricula of 'free' universities.

For the duration of the project, the museum will function as an information hub on practices with a high coefficient of art, shifting the center of gravity from the work of art to reports from other fields of life. The exhibition will develop over time, reaching its ultimate form on the closing date, May 1, 2016. The first floor of the Emilia building will be devoted to 'other' exhibitionary functions: a workshop, an open office, an auditorium, a kitchen, and a relaxation zone.

book launch

15 Apr 2016

socialised affectionI wrote a short text Socialised Afffection about my grandmothers love of woodgraining for Specialism, a new publication from Open Editions.

You are cordially invited to join us for the launch of Specialism edited by David Blamey on Friday April 15, 6-9pm in the Senior Common Room

Royal College of Art,
Jay Mews,
London SW7 2EU

6.30 Reading by David Blamey
6.50 Gentle interrogation by Rathna Ramanathan

Drinks served

The book will be available at a special launch discounted price £12.00 (RP £18.00)

Press enquiries:

Published by Open Editions with support from the Royal College of Art, RMIT Melbourne, The University of Brighton


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