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Networked: Dialogue and Exchange in the Global Art Ecology

Nov 26, 2011
3:30–4:30 pm

London, United Kingdom
Bloomberg Space50

Finsbury Square
London, EC2A 1HD

On November 26th and 27th 2011, Triangle Network presents Networked: Dialogue and Exchange in the Global Art Ecology, a conference that addresses the increasing role of cultural networks in supporting artists and organisations world-wide.

The conference marks the 30th anniversary of the founding of Triangle Network, an international network of artists and organisations around the world, that facilitates dialogue and exchange through workshops, residencies and exhibitions. In 30 years, Triangle has worked with over 70 organisations and 4,200 artists in more than 60 countries across Africa, the Middle East, Asia, Europe, USA, Latin America and Australia.

Opening the conference, Triangle Network founders - artist Anthony Caro and collector Robert Loder - will be in conversation with artist and Triangle Trustee Sonya Boyce. This is followed by sessions focusing on a range of case studies and timely questions tackling the principles and ethics that guide cultural networks, as well as some of the opportunities and challenges faced by artists and art organisations around the world.

Led by Alessio Antoniolli, Director of Triangle Network and Gasworks, the conference is held at and sponsored by Bloomberg, London, with support from Arts Collaboratory, Arts Council, England, and Prince Claus Fund.

Conference speakers include: Alessio Antoniolli, Director, Triangle Network & Gasworks (UK); Hege Aasgaard, MIMETA (Norway); Jason E. Bowman, New Work Network (UK); Sonia Boyce, Triangle Network (UK); Marc ter Brugge, Arts Collaboratory (Holland); Diana Campbell, Creative India (India); Anthony Caro, Triangle Network (UK); Zenzele Chulu, Insaka (Zambia); Maria Daïf, Art Moves Africa (Morocco); Ade Darmawan, Ruangrupa (Indonesia); Sonya Dyer, Artist (UK); David Elliott, Triangle Network (UK); Charles Esche, Van Abbe Museum (Holland); Stephen Escritt, Counterculture Partners (UK); Rose Fenton, Free Word, (UK); Gertrude Flentge, DOEN (Holland); Kate Fowle, ICI (USA); Paul Goodwin, independent curator (UK); Manick Govinda, ArtsAdmin (UK); Vít Havránek, Tranzit (Czech Republic); Carole Karemera, Arterial Network (South Africa); Danda Jaroljmek, Kuona Trust (Kenya); Diala Khasawnih, Makan (Jordan); Todd Lester, FreeDimensional (USA); Sophie Leferink, 1MinuteVideo (Holland); Tayeba Lipi, Britto (Bangladesh); Robert Loder, Triangle Network (UK); Christa Meindersma, Prince Claus Fund (Holland); Ana Maria Millan, Helena Producciones (Colombia); Peter Moertenboek and Helge Mooshammer, Networked Cultures (UK); Boris Ondreička, Tranzit (Slovakia); Davide Quadrio, Art Hub (Asia); Jonathan Robinson, The Hub (UK); Moira Sinclair, Arts Council, England (UK); Anna Somers Cocks, The Art Newspaper (UK); Pooja Sood, Khoj Delhi (India); Ana Tomé, CCE, (Mexico); Mark Vennegoor, ResArtis (Holland); Mary Ann de Vlieg, IETM (Belgium); Shelagh Wright, Demos Associate (UK).

The pre-conference discussion has already started in the conference blog that can be accessed via www.trianglenetwork.org. The posts by some of the speakers and other network experts are open for public debate through comments and the blog forum.

All tickets to the conference have by now sold out. However, video recordings of all conference sessions will be available for viewing online soon after the conference. Bookmark www.trianglenetwork.org to access these.