Projects

Credit

Credit

Who Gets Paid? What for? And Whats the Problem?

Players And Makers Presentation by ARtCH

Promises and Realities of Digital Technologies

Alternative Models for Art

Credit is a new project designed to investigate and mitigate the intensifying commercial and economic pressures faced by emerging galleries and arts organisations.

The conditions created by rising living and business costs, the concentration of capital at the top of the art market, the art market’s integration into the global financial system are rapidly changing both how art and artists operate.

We’re interested in emerging economies and ecologies that can positively impact the way art is made, bought and sold and help sustain a flourishing and broadly accessible art scene.

Credit is a collaboration between Modern Forms and Central Saint Martins (Art and Culture & Enterprise Programmes) with support from Art Review and Kingston University.

http://www.project.credit/

View the Collection

Zak Ové, The Invisible Men, 2016

Charles Harlan, Concrete, 2014

Petra Cortright, Sailormoon---Russian_spy_satellite[[backdoor_unvirus]].ibp, 2016

Natalie Dray, Facelift 4, 2016