Friday 29th September at Cubitt, 2-5pm.

Free, Registration required HERE

Join us for an in-person workshop where you will have the opportunity to have your work become part of the Cubitt archive. 

In this workshop you will be responding to a selection of Cubitt's archive. Your responses can take any form so there is no limit to what you can do. 

Materials and refreshments will be provided.

This workshop is an extension of the online callouts conducted by our 2023 Goldsmiths MFA Curating x Cubitt Archive Placement holders: Evie Banks, Stephanie Chung and Margherita Ghella.

Their project is concerned with making the archive more accessible, viewing it as a platform and catalyst for inter-subjective processes in which artists, curators, and the public join to co-create meanings and knowledge. Stemming from an interest in queer ecologies and how networks form through gossip, the group's approach to the archive will take the format of zine, to intertwine subjective histories in a playful composition.

Evie Banks (b. 1998) @eviebanksfineart is an English artist and curator. As an artist, her interest lies in phenomenology and rooted experiences. As a curator her current focus is on composting as a form of ecological stewardship, to reintegrate the human and non-human and to counterbalance Capitalist values.

Stephanie Chung (b.1997) @stephaniecck is a curator from Hong Kong. She is dedicated to socially engaged practice and interdisciplinary approach of curating. Her recent research explores the fluid imagination of community in the age of movements and displacements.

Margherita Ghella (b. 1998) @mghella Is an Italian art historian and curator. Recently, her practice has evolved and shifted focus onto the role of women in the botanical world and gendered associations around ornamentation, domesticity, and decoration.

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