Net Positive: What does a better art institution look like? is a lecture series asking exciting art-world thinkers to assess the value of ‘the art institution’: its opportunities, its limits, and to ask if it is a system that can be exploited for the good of all. Can the institution be made to work better, for more people—or do we need some other structure in its place?
Presented online, Net Positive asks speakers to propose alternative visions for art institutions that more closely reflect the publics they are designed to serve.
26 March, 2pm | Clothilde Bullen, Alia Swastika
30 April, 11am | Laura Raicovich, Gendai
28 May, 2pm | Sins Invalid, The White Pube
25 June, 2pm | Decolonial Hacker, Julie’s Bicycle
Each event date will feature two 30–40 minute pre-recorded presentations, followed by a live Q&A with questions taken from the chat. Each event date will last for approximately two-hours, with a short break between speakers. This is an online event that will be delivered via zoom.