Friday, 31 July 2009

Subversive Correspondence

Open Dialogues are currently featuring in the Subversive Correspondence Exhibition; a group show of works that explore the subversions of correspondence and dialogue.

As FREE PRESS, we (the defendant) have submitted a complex and curious legal injunction against Subversive Correspondence, prohibiting the organizers from going ahead with the exhibition on the grounds of plagiarism and initiating legal action. The injunction will be displayed- along with sworn affadavits- in Subversive Correspondence as testament to the exchange of ideas between the two projects and a call to future (court) appearances.

Subversive Correpondence is at Broadwalk Arts Centre in Bristol From Monday 20th July to Thursday 23rd July 2009 and will tour to The Gallery at Willesden Green, London from Wednesday 19th August to Wednesday 2nd September 2009. Private View 18th August 6-9pm

It is curated by Diana Ali and features Adam Burton, Alice Bradshaw, Arman Tadevosyann, Barbara Bianchi, Chantal Powell, Colin Andrews , Danielle Oke, FREE PRESS, Guy Bigland, Jacqueline Bradley, JJ Higgins, Johannes Gerard, John O'Hare, Julie Hill, karien Van Assendelft, karl Mendonca, Katie Watters, Kevin Timmins, Leslie Doyle, Lindsay Jenkinson, Lorna Giezot, Louise Tett, Markus Brillert, Mary Elizabeth Hubbard, Mary Rachel Fanning, Michal Iwanowski, Mickey Beal, Osvaldo Cibils, Owen Mundy and Joelle Dietrick, Ozzy Yorulmaz, Project 6, Rachel Marsden, Riccardo Attansio, Richard Joel Bannister, Robin Boothroyd, Robin Clare, Ruth Pringle, Sarah Bentley, Sibyll Kalff, thickandtastyxxx, Tim Harris, Ting Ting Cheng, Valentina Ferrandes, Ziggy Evitts

for more details about Open Dialogues's Free Press case study go to Free Press: Till Poems

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