Kathrin Böhm is a London-based artist that explores collaborative making through methods of common production and usage. Her session addresses how art-led formats of manufacturing and trade can be used in the formation of civic space, exploring the relationship between art and the economy. She discusses her ongoing and recent projects, which employ and construct collective and publicly accessible economic realities.
This free, public lecture takes place in the Constantine Lecture Theatre, Teesside University. It is part of a series of lectures co-programmed by Fine Art programme and mima, Teesside University. Open to the public. No need to book, just turn up on the day.