Infrastructure as Practice: Habits for Solidarity

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talk


This short presentation explores my own approach to Social and Critical Art Practice which seeks out infrastructural change. I outline here the need for habits of which we can collectively reproduce, test and change towards a collective form of practice which develops a new status quo of actions upheld by artists and institutions in solidarity. My practice interrogates how the economic structures of arts in the UK condition and limits artists and arts institution to fulfil policy aims and explores how activism in the arts continues to focus on issues within the institution, instead the cause of these tensions stemming from cultural policy, instrumentalization and depoliticization of the infrastructures which publicly fund the arts.
Period18 Apr 2024
Event titlePublic Art and the Economics of Imagination - Launch
Event typeOther
LocationLondonShow on map


  • Public Art
  • Economics
  • Art Public Funding
  • Social Art Practice
  • Cultural Policy
  • Solidarity