1. workshop
      10 – 11 December 2015, 10:30am – 5pm

      Our Future Network

      The Showroom, London
    2. On Thursday 10 and Friday 11 December, Alex Martinis Roe will lead a two day workshop that focuses on trans-generational collective politics as part of the programme Now You Can Go.

      The workshop will provide participants with the chance to undertake a series of exercises based on collective political practices developed by the Milan Women’s Bookstore Collective from the 1970s to today. The workshop both draws on and forms a part of the research and methodologies being explored by Alex Martinis Roe in the development of her commission, Our Future Network, for Edition VI – Event and Duration (2015–2016), in which she is establishing a network of practitioners to develop and perform a number of feminist political practices that will become the subject for a film. Bookings for the workshop are essential, and can be made by writing a brief statement of motivation to vc001ab@gold.ac.uk.

      The workshop is presented as part of Now You Can Go, a programme of events considering feminist thinking, art and activism, taking place across London at The Showroom, the ICA, Space Studios and Raven Row from 1–13 December 2015. More information about the programme can be found here.

      Now You Can Go has grown out of the Feminist Duration Reading Group which meets monthly at Space Studios in London. The programme has been developed by participants from the Feminist Duration Reading Group including Angelica Bollettenari, Giulia Casalini, Diana Georgiou, Laura Guy, Irene Revell, and Amy Tobin, and is coordinated by Helena Reckitt with Dimitra Gkitsa.
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