A new publication compiles the records, essays and interviews of the "It Is Probably Better To Start From Zero" curatorial and artistic project.
"It Is Probably Better To Start From Zero", an exhibition that took place in the Window Space at the Cass from December 2015 to July 2016, has culminated with the publication of a book documenting the successful long term curatorial and artistic project.
Records, essays and interviews
#0.3 Publication marks the final moment of "It Is Probably Better To Start From Zero". The publication intends to function as an overview of the whole project and the artists' practices. It chronologically compiles written and visual records, presenting the development of the project over its eight month duration. Also included are supporting essays and interviews by Alejandro Ball, John Gillett, Rogério Taveira and Nayia Yiakoumaki, reflecting on themes presented by the four participating artists Georgia Sprickett-Jones, Juan Crespo, Ines Marques and Lauren Goldie.
The project was curated by Matilde Biagi, Ines Costa and Anontonio Terzini, graduating students from the Curating The Contemporary MA course taught at The Cass in collaboration with Whitechapel Gallery.
You can purchase the #0.3 Publication by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.