Jupiter Woods, London, 23 February 2016, 19:00 — 20:00

Join us for a presentation and discussion with the London based project space Jupiter Woods. Thinking through alternative methods of producing and distributing work through collaborative production, we will touch on a range of material around support systems, coping strategies, (failed) funding applications and urban planning.

Auto Italia is an artist-run project and studio led by Kate Cooper, Marianne Forrest and Marleen Boschen. Founded in 2007, Auto Italia’s collaborative work has taken on various formats ranging from public programming in temporary spaces, commissions and presentations in institutions and galleries, and the production of online projects.

Throughout the history of Auto Italia, there has been a questioning of how artists can work together to develop new formats for artistic production. At the heart of this has been a negotiation of the city as a space for working and living, exploring its accessible cultural space and asking what the terms for accessing this might be.