Unorganised Response was an exhibition and publication project that explored the ways in which artistic production is used as a tool for influence by organisations engaged in international cultural relations and diplomacy.
On Coping was a programme of work by Auto Italia initiated as a space for thinking through strategies available to artists within increasingly difficult working conditions.
Meet Z was a project by Auto Italia co-commissioned by The Space. Meet Z was conceived and directed by Marleen Boschen, Marianne Forrest and Kate Cooper working in collaboration with Theo Cook, Pablo Jones-Soler, Michael Oswell, Kieran Startup and James Wreford.
Viewing Copy was an exhibition showing the work of Auto Italia for the first time in Cairo, presenting two past projects; Auto Italia LIVE: Double Dip Concession and My Skin Is At War With A World Of Data.
MY SKIN IS AT WAR WITH A WORLD OF DATA
A film which explored the paranoiac function of images in our hyperreal networked-society, conceived of as a collective enterprise by artists Kate Cooper, Marianne Forrest, Andrew Kerton and Jess Wiesner.
It’s Like Staring Someone Out Who’s Not Even Looking at You
This event was a performative screening by Kate Cooper, Leslie Kulesh and Jess Wiesner and produced by Auto Italia, screened alongside Barbara Hammer’s Audience 1982, and Multiple Orgasm 1976.
Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market at Tate Modern
Rob Pruitt’s Flea Market was an event at Tate Modern, in which a Christmas and Kwanzaa celebration was housed in the Turbine Hall, Auto Italia presented artist work within the market.
Friends of the Divided Mind – entrance & underground
Friends of the Divided Mind – entrance & underground was an event organised by Curating Contemporary Art students from RCA, which explored the relationships and network of the artists who come under the umbrella term of ‘Auto Italia’.
Yes Way! was a two day music event and exhibition in collaboration with London record label and promoters Upset the Rhythm.
EPIC was the first exhibition in Auto Italia’s exhibition space on Old Kent Road. This exhibition captured the large sense of scale of the building and the sense of over-ambition by the artists.
Barbara Hammer and Stuart Comer in Conversation with Auto Italia: Part 2
The second part of an interview with Barbara Hammer and Stuart Comer conducted after the conclusion of the Tate’s Hammer season.