Art/Talking is a monthly project led by artist and art educator Nadia Berri aimed at exploring the variety and depth of the London Art Scene as well as key themes in current contemporary art practice.
Places visited will range from collections, foundations, institutions, artist studios, alternative spaces and artist-run spaces. Each will be announced one month in advance on DeTnk.
We may visit up to 3 places on any one day and each visit will be choreographed and led by Nadia. Her approach is conversationalist and participatory. You will not be talked at, but encouraged to engage in and be part of the conversation and the thinking. We will discuss and cover key themes in current contemporary practice either directly in a show, studio or space or after the visit in a cafe, bar, club or pub.
First Spring 2016 visit and conversation - Zabludowicz Collection + Post-Internet Art
Friday, 1 April, starting at 2pm, ending at 4pm
176 Prince of Wales Road
London NW5 3PT
Emotional Supply Chains
This is an exhibition addressing the construction of identity in the digital age. It features 16 leading international artists and including six new commissions, all works are drawn from the Zabludowicz Collection and produced since the year 2000.
Following an introduction to the collection and to the space we will immerse ourselves into the show, wander and explore. We will then have a talk and conversations either in the show or the cafe about what is happening here and about the phenomenon of Post-Internet Art.
Cost: £30.00 per person
Deadline to sign up: Friday, 25 March
Nadia Berri is an artist and artist educator. She teaches at Sotheby's Institute of Art, Tate, Bow Arts, Frieze and Christie's Educational Studies. She also runs Art Salon at Siegfried Contemporary twice a year and puts on improvised plays.