6.30 - 8.30pm
Cafe. Bar. Contemporary
This conversation will approach the ‘commons’ as both a form of land ownership and as a way of thinking beyond capitalism, in relation to the imagination and artistic practice.
Kayle Brandon works in public and social contexts, producing interdisciplinary, collaborative and process-centred works which critically relate to spatial and social situations. She has exhibited internationally, appearing in shows at Science Gallery, Dublin, The New Museum in New York and Spike Island, Bristol.Gareth Brown is a doctoral candidate at the University of Leicester; his research focuses on an exploration of the imagination as a contested terrain of production in which struggles around commons and enclosures are central.