When all the world has gone online, how can your practice adapt – working live is a toolkit with artist Erica Scourti exploring how to adapt your practice to an online audience. In this workshop, we will explore ways of working through and with online platforms including Zoom, Instagram Live and Padlet, combining hands-on experimentation with examples from recent Erica’s performative practice to get ideas and methods for artists adapting to the possibilities and limitations of online making and exhibition.
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Erica Scourti is an artist and writer, born in Athens and now based in London and Athens. Solo shows include Chief Complaint at Almanac, London and Spill Sections at StudioRCA (both 2018), group shows include High Line, New York, Wellcome Collection, Kunsthalle Wien, Hayward Gallery, Munich Kunstverein, EMST Athens and South London Gallery amongst others. Her writing has been published in Spells: 21st Century Occult Poetry (Ignota Press, 2018) and Fiction as Method (2017, Sternberg) and she was guest editor of the journal Happy Hypocrite- Silver Bandage (2019).