Chisenhale Gallery, The Showroom and Studio Voltaire are members of Common Practice, an advocacy group working for the recognition and fostering of the small-scale contemporary visual arts sector in London. The group aims to promote the value of the sector and its activities, act as a knowledge base and resource for members and affiliated organisations, and develop a dialogue with other visual art organisations on a local, national and international level.
The group’s founding members are Afterall, Chisenhale Gallery, Electra, Gasworks, LUX, Matt’s Gallery, Mute Publishing, The Showroom and Studio Voltaire – together representing a diverse range of activities including commissioning, production, publishing, research, exhibitions, residencies and artists’ studios.
This website and the bespoke typeface Source Sans How to work together have been designed by An Endless Supply, a design studio and independent publishing activity organised by Harry Blackett and Robin Kirkham, based in Birmingham, UK. The googly-eyed unicorn is a revival of an identifying mark made by Eric Gill for the Curwen Press, Plaistow, c. 1926.
Contributors to Source Sans How to work together include, in chronological order, Kaisa Lassinaro, Roman Gornitsky, Dries Wiewauters, HIT Studio, A Practice For Everyday Life, Mylinh Trieu Nguyen, Noël Leu, Studio Frith and Émilie Rigaud.