- Introduction by David Harding
- Introduction to Group Critical Writing Residency and Readings by Maria Fusco
- Keynote speakers: Stine Hebert, Maria Lind and Francis McKee
- Panel discussion led by Dr. Dominic Paterson with Hebert, Lind, McKee, Judit Bodor, James Bell and Anne-Marie Copestake
- Various readings and declarations
- Sees collaboration as acknowledging the one thing you have in common - being assholes.
- The CCA refiguring to prevent the shutting of the common.
- Capitalism of the self-organised vs. the institution
- Tate Modern
- The fashion for the self-organised writing themselves into history through activities such as publishing. Mimicking what institutions do. Framing history.
Reading from Gareth Vile
- Breaking down the definition of collaboration;- cooperation, collective, team etc. Do they mean collaboration?
- Palle Neilsen: The Model – A Model for a Qualitative Society 1968 and Lind's collaboration with Lars Bang Larsen
- Tensta Konsthall, the gallery Lind is director of, situated in the ground floor of a shopping centre in the suburb of Stockholm, Tensta perceived as a bit of a "ghetto"
- Ayreen Anastas and Rene Cabri's The Paths to the Common(s) Are Infinite
- What, how and whom for
- Maria Lind: Love, humour, critique... if you say they're going to occur in a project they probably won't. Curation is only scratching the surface in this speedy time we live in.
- Question from Maria Fusco: The use of the word coercion in terms of collaboration bothers her, in terms of acknowledging the wholeness and legacy of the activity.
- Judit Bodor: The problem of ownership in collaboration
- James Bell: "Co-production" - term accounting for issues of authorship/ownership. Problematising the relationships/positions.
Declaration by Lesser Arts
Reading by Kirsty Hendry and Jake Watts
Reading by Penelope Matheson and Murdoch Matheson