Reading Time: 3 minutes After meeting during their undergraduate degrees at Cambridge University, the collective bonded over a hate of work. Here, we speak to members Lola Olufemi and Christie Costello about what becomes possible when we are lazy
Reading Time: 3 minutes Driven by a desire to show the fullness of Black queer lives – a history rarely included in LGBTQ+ history – Ajamu X has been building an extensive personal archive for the last 30 years
Reading Time: 3 minutes London-based artist Leah Clements is committed to building disability inclusivity into every part of her practice. Here, she discusses the importance of remote access, open resources, and mutual support
Reading Time: 3 minutes Commissioned by Autograph ABP, Rosi’s latest project aims to visualise the many experiences of social isolation, demonstrating how we can be unified by a collective experience
Reading Time: 3 minutes An artist-run network utilising collective, direct action to tackle imbalance of pay, Industria explains how they are using transparency as a tool to build coalitions out of shared political aims
Reading Time: 5 minutes When Covid-19 forced cultural institutions to close, exhibitions and events migrated online. But how much of this has centred on the needs of disabled communities, who called for remote access long before the pandemic?
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