Curator Niamh Brown reflects on the history of Ormston House as an artist-led organisation in Limerick City, and the process of securing long-term tenancy at 9-10 Patrick Street. The discussion explored the importance of relationships with programme participants, local creative communities, and wider audiences, as well as the highs and lows of securing a 30-year lease.
PHONEBOOK is an ongoing Threewalls publication, which is a directory of independent and noncommercial art spaces, programming, and projects throughout the United States and
collections of critical essays and practical information written by the people who run them.
Mary Conroy’s work investigates humans’ connection with nature through socially-engaged practice, including participation & intervention. In this podcast, she talks us through her 3 projects developed during the international residency programme in Levadia, Gdańsk & Govan, engaging with the natural environment in three distinct locations. She also shares how she adapted her contribution in Scotland through a remote but authentic engagement with local community following COVID-19 restrictions.
Video interview from the Candyland Portraits series. On June 1, 2012 José Figueroa started biking from Kiruna (north of Sweden) and had as goal to reach Trelleborg (south of Sweden) a total of approximately 2000 km. On the bicycle rack José mounted a camera that was programmed to take a picture every ten seconds, both while he cycled and during short breaks.
José Figueroa is an Argentinian photograper born 1973 in Cordoba.
Candyland Portraits: video interview with Amanda Hedman Hägerström in Swedish (no subtitles). By: Emilia Ekman Larson
A publication about AIM Network (Artists’ Initiatives Meetings), a diverse network of European artists’ initiatives and their exchange of knowledge and experiences over a period of six years.
Interview SUPERMARKET June 2021, Juxtapose Art Fair, Aarhus, Denmark
3331 Arts Chiyoda is managed as an independent and sustainable organization, holding all varieties of exhibitions, events, and projects. As an artist initiative carrying the motto “a place made for ourselves by ourselves,” most of our staff are artists themselves, conducting their own creative activities.