How to work together is a shared programme of contemporary art commissioning and research organised by three innovative not-for-profit London galleries: Chisenhale Gallery, The Showroom and Studio Voltaire.
Together, over three years, we are producing a series of artists’ commissions, exhibitions, events and an online think tank. We are combining our knowledge and resources to discover what we can do together that we could not do alone.
We are happy to announce our third and final round of commissioned solo exhibitions, opening in our galleries in April 2016.
Each year for the past three years, How to work together has commissioned three artists to produce an exhibition in our three galleries responding to our central question of “How to work together?”
Our final three commissioned artists are:
Sharon Hayes at Studio Voltaire: 14 April – 12 June
Maria Eichhorn at Chisenhale Gallery: 23 April – 29 May
Koki Tanaka at The Showroom: 29 April – 18 June
Sharna Pax, part three: 32+4, a conversation with Chan Hau Chun
— Sharna Pax part two: Prisoner of War, a conversation with Andrea Luka Zimmerman
— Sharna Pax, part one: I miss you. I love you. I hope I see you before I die, an interview with Eva Marie Rødbro
Invest in what? How to work together, the Arts Council’s Catalyst Fund and art’s contemporary economic infrastructure
— an essay by Andrea Phillips
Toilet Tissue and Other Formless Organisational Matters
— a conversation between commons-orientated organisations in Indonesia, the Netherlands and the UK
— unMonastery — Relearning the Rules, part four: Code/unCode
— 'The Sharing Economy: A Post-Mortem' — a panel discussion hosted by Bloomberg
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