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Socially Engaged Art is Undervalued

A study recently published in the U.K. explains that Socially-engaged art practices are undervalued and how artists could be better supported in developing their practice in participatory settings. 122 more words

Socially Engaged Art

Andi Sutton

Andi Sutton is an artist, collaborator, and catalyst who works across disciplines including performance, video, installation, and social practice.  Following her graduation in 2003 with dual degrees from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (a BFA in interdisciplinary studies and a BA in Women’s Studies), Andi has built an active career as a solo artist, and works with collectives including The National Bitter Melon Council, Platform2: Art and Social Engagement, and Plotform.   8,152 more words

Interviews

Community Noise

“Community” has been on my mind for a long time. A text panel at the retrospective exhibition Do You Want the Cosmetic Version or the Real Deal? 739 more words

Art

How Accents Work

I wrote the following article by request from the Ragged University, who will be hosting my upcoming talk at the Counting House on the evening of 11 September. 2,371 more words

Language

The Cats Will Play

When the director is away. . .

Collaborators Angela Luem, Caitlin Rafferty, Penelope Hearne and Emily Rose gathered without me to deepen investigations of immersive movement scores. 284 more words

Meglouise

Documents

The images I took over the last weeks can be found here (and can be shared) and I made a Storify of the tweets tagged #IdeasFrom and #IdeasFromElseWhere, and those from the drawingshed too.

Danger Deep Water

Saturday was a busy day for art in Lloyd Park. The IdeasFromElse[W]here artists, who numbered many, took over the gallery, its forecourt, back yard, the paths of the park and its pond with a series of performances and interventions. 463 more words