Common Ground; Cork/Budapest; 2018-2019 (collaboration)
I was invited to participate in Common Ground from 2018-2019.
Common Ground is a training and research project, bringing together artists and those active in the social fields to develop strategies, explore methodologies within the broader frame of socially engaged art. Over the course of a year Common Ground ‘twinned’ North Main Street in Cork, Ireland and Népszínház utca in Budapest, Hungary which resulted in the publication of (Un)Common Neighbours: Placing socially engaged practices and a programme of events as part of Quarter Block Party 2019.
Supported by the European Commission through Erasmus+