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Common Practice: Practising Solidarity
11 October 2016
Common Practice launches its third research paper, ‘Practicing Solidarity’, written by London-based artist and researcher Carla Cruz. The paper builds on the conference Public Assets, which Common Practice organised with Andrea Phillips in February 2015. This research expands on notions of meritocracy and solidarity that have been examined in recent public discussions. Considering the increasingly competitive nature of the arts sector and questions the consequences of opting out; the paper highlights the emergence of cooperation and solidarity as strategies to overcome the competitiveness, individualisation and the precarity of those who work in the arts.
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