Collaboration in Question; live art, film & panel discussion

Event Day - Past

Sat 23rd Sept 2017

An afternoon of live performance, video & film screenings and sound works from Peer Sessions artists, plus a panel discussion on the significance of collaboration in the contemporary art world.


Collaboration in Question forms part of the Peer Sessions exhibition Future Refrains taking place at ASC Gallery 18th Sept - 27th Oct 2017, and is the culmination of a year-long project on collaborative practice funded by Arts Council England.

Collaboration in Question featured performance and video work by a number of Peer Sessions artists. The day concluded with a panel discussion to debate the relevance of collaborative practice in contemporary art practice. It featured Adam Chodzko, Lindsay Seers, Peer Sessions and Emily Rosamond.


Ongoing intervention by Adam Chodzko throughout afternoon
1.00pm - Introduction to the afternoon
1.20pm - Fritha Jenkins & Rebecca Glover 'SLABS' -performance
1.40pm - Jason Jones 'A closely guarded Pedagogical secret' - performance
2.20pm - Lindsay Seers '23 second videos' - screening
2.30pm - Anita Delaney 'Party Platter' - performance
2.40pm - Alia Pathan; Katharine Fry; Bill Leslie; Michael Dignam; Daniel Dressel - screening of recent Peer Sessions' members film and video work
3.30pm - Panel discussion “What is the significance of collaborative artistic practice?"
5.30pm - End


ASC Gallery
The Chaplin Centre, Taplow House
Thurlow Street
London SE17 2DG
+44 (0)20 7274 7474

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Images from top: Fritha Jenkins & SLABS; Adam Chodzko presents his collaborative intervention; Jason Jones' lecture “A closely guarded Pedagogical secret"; group discussion

Lindsay Seer's 23 second Films (for each one of you), screened at Collaboration in Question