Practicing Concern: exercises for working together and apart

Underpinning @ APT Gallery

6 Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SA, UK

Saturday 19 October, 2pm–4pm

Gabriella Hirst

For this event Kirsty Russell and Laura Hindmarsh will expand on works within the exhibition to reflect on the ways that their own networks maintain and nurture practice, effectively working both collectively and remotely.

Responding to this year’s iteration of the Art Licks Weekend, the group are particularly eager to foster an open discussion that considers how in-kind models of exchange operate alongside funded programmes and institutions. Participants will be led through shared texts, poetry, gestures and relational objects whilst being invited to contribute to the open discussion. The event will strive to propose supportive working practices and alternative models of practice and exchange.

This event is particularly suited to practitioners working in any art form, but everyone is welcome to join. Please wear comfortable clothes. Tea and cake will be provided.

Spaces are limited so to attend please email: kirstyrussell.uk@gmail.com
Underpinning invites artists to share their practice through workshops, events and exhibitions. The project currently operates from a domestic space in Aberdeen.
This project is being supported by the Art in Perpetuity Trust through its programme ‘APT Projects’.


Jessica Barrie, Laura Hindmarsh, Gabriella Hirst, Claire Krouzecky, Amy Pickles, Kirsty Russell, Jenny Salmean, Phillipa Stafford



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Underpinning @ APT Gallery

6 Creekside, Deptford, London SE8 4SA, UK