This peer-to-peer online mentoring programme will run for 3 sessions from 27 May and is aimed at artists with a strong focus on intermedia and time-based art, working at the intersection of film, video, sound, experimental music, visual poetry, installation and performance. We will share our understanding of how the current events are shaping the very notion of time at the centre of our practices and the artist-centred scenarios we would like to inhabit in and after this time of crisis.
Each session will include four short, informal artist presentations followed by group discussion with feedback. The programme seeks to create an intergenerational exchange between emerging and established artists, within a diverse, inclusive and non-judgmental environment.
To enrol, please get in touch with a member of the SPACE Artist Initiatives Team at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject header ‘Teresa Cos Peer Crits’ and we will forward you the booking details.
Teresa Cos is an artist exploring the processes of repetition underlying history, society and human psychology. Her work encompasses film, sound and video installation, visual scoring, experimental music composition and performance. Teresa has exhibited and performed at the 3rd Industrial Art Biennial, Argos Centre for Audiovisual Arts, WIELS Contemporary Art Centre, Casino Luxembourg, bb15, Fondazione Baruchello, Kanal-Centre Pompidou, The Mac-Metropolitan Arts Centre Belfast, Les Ateliers Claus, Centrale Fies, Mostyn Gallery and the 14th Venice International Architecture Biennial among others. She has taken part in several international residency and development programmes, including WIELS, Jan Van Eyck Academy, Visio-European Programme on Artists’ Moving Images and the Botín Foundation workshop with Tacita Dean. Her debut album “Week Nine”, made in collaboration with Julia E Dyck and Caroline Profanter, is released on Takuroku/Cafe Oto, London.