The Dialogue will Continue in London at the Beginning of 2020

The Dialogue will Continue in London at the Beginning of 2020

A partner organisation has been selected for the exhibition, which will be organized in 2020 for the Connect for Creativity Project, within the Intercultural Dialogue Programme.

 

The exhibition, to be curated by Ruth Catlow and produced by Charlotte Frost,  will showcase a selection of work produced by emerging artists who will take part in the Connect for Creativity Art and Technology residency in Athens, Belgrade, and Istanbul.

 

The exhibition will be hosted and managed by ‘Furtherfield’, a venue in north London’s Finsbury Park, which is London’s longest-running centre for art and technology.

 

Connect for Creativity’s art and technology residencies and its resulting exhibition aim to bring artists from Turkey, the UK, Greece, and Serbia together to build bridges and empathy within and across societies. The artists will explore what hopes and fears are associated with rapidly changing work and living environments in contemporary society, how a networked culture can develop cohesion and deal with uncertainty and change.