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Talk | New Networks: New Normal
​In conversation with Syllabus II artists at 4.30pm to 5.30pm

Conversation with Painting  |  
Tim Craven 
Friday 31 March from 5.30 to 6.15pm
A.P.T Studios - Studio 2.2
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Extended Process 
Part 2 - Flat File Exhibition
by Saturation Point Projects & Brigitte Parusel
PV   |  Friday 31 March from 6 to 9pm
A.P.T Studios – Studio G3
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Articulate  |  Stephanie Conway & Dexter Dymoke
PV  |   Friday 31 March from 6 to 9pm
Welding Shed Studios  - Studio G15
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Gallery open late until 9pm for
SLAM Last Fridays
Friday 31 March






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New Material
Living in a new material world   /   Events

International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation
Wednesday 29 March  /  7 to 8pm
Guest artists:  Goska Macuga and Mira Calix 
​New Material welcomes the International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation (IIIC) an initiative led by artists Goska Macuga and Mira Calix (presented at Frieze London 2016 with Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle). The aim of the evening is to create a forum for active reconsideration of the existing order of society and engage in critical, productive discussion about what we as artists can do to effect change in these times.

New Networks: New Normal
Friday 31 March /  4.30 to 5.30pm
​In conversation with Syllabus II artists
Guest artists: Faye Claridge, Mike Harvey, E Jackson, Tom Smith, Laura Wilson with artist-curator Tyler Mallison
​New conditions have emerged for artists today defined trough precarious channels of alternative education, artist-led initiatives, open formats, studio disruption, social media and organically forged virtual and real relationships. This talk is aimed at sparking discussion with other artists and the public about what characterises life and art in this new material world – specifically investigating non-traditional modes of artistic development.

Please check the website for further details   /  www.new-material.net

ACE funded

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