amaCollective is a London-based curatorial collective comprised of Alejandro Ball, Amy E. Brown and Miriam La Rosa.
Date: 11 November 2014
amaCollective is a London-based curatorial collective comprised of Alejandro Ball, Amy E. Brown and Miriam La Rosa; three MA students of Curating the Contemporary, a course taught in collaboration between the Whitechapel Gallery and London Met. They are currently involved in the research project dontdrinkthemilk, focused on the exploration of performative elements embedded in the notion of Dialogue. This will initiate a chain effect of happenings, taking place in diverse settings – both physical and virtual – and in different cities – both in the UK and abroad.
The first physical manifestation of dontdrinkthemilk happens on Sun 14 DEC 2014 at TripSpace Projects in London. On this occasion, the visitors will be engaged in a sound and visual performance produced through a collaboration with: artists Zachary Eastwood-Bloom, Liz Miller and Will Robinson, concert pianist Alexander Soares, sonic artist Chester Lusk and experimental choir The REC.
amaCollective is interested in approaching Dialogue as a medium, which takes different forms, such as; spoken and written word, body movement, sound, linguistic communication or moving image.
- Date: MON 10 NOV, 1.00 PM
- Location: The CASS, Central House, in room CE1-19
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