This event presents the work of Situated Practice MA students and explores the overlaps amongst and within their practices, prompting reflections towards a wider discourse on critical spatial practices.
Through a moment of collective performance, students will use the exhibition space as a platform, and their work as a prop, to explore the particular, the specific and the personal within their projects. Through stories, objects, drawings and movement they will expose the contradictions, conflicts and complexities surrounding their work, presenting not a polished series of works but a thoughtful reflection on the messy, entangled and ever-changing nature of their practices and projects.
Collaborative Workshop - Collective Imaginaries
17:30 – 18:30
Through a performative and collective presentation, students will traverse overlaps, trace margins and trigger insights into their working processes, prompting reflections towards a wider discourse on critical spatial practices.
- Dieuwke Cappaert
- Sophie Hardcastle
- Eloise Maltby Maland
- Ignacio Rivas
- Ignacio Saavedra
Activations and Discussion - Identity, Language, Landscape, Artifical and Flow
18:45 – 19:45
A spatial activation will explore the cross pollinations between the students’ research. Visitors can witness performances, hear readings, watch films, and participate in collective discussions expanding on themes within their work.
- Luofei Dong
- Valeria Muteri
- Anastasia Perahia
- Jerneja Rebernak
- Shivani Shah