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Frieze – March 2023

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Collectives and Cooperatives

The March issue of Frieze focuses on the work of collectives and cooperatives, containing an oral history of Atis Rezistans, a group of artists working in the Grand Rue neighbourhood of downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti, including contributions from André Eugène​​​​​​​, Leah Gordon, Jean Claude Saintilus and Evel Romain. Plus, a roundtable conversation on the subject of ‘Why do collectives end?’ Featuring: Todd Ayoung (Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network), Patterson Beckwith (ART CLUB2000), Simon Bedwell (BANK), Vanessa Disler (Feminist Land Art Retreat) and Dena Yago (K-HOLE).
Jonathan Griffin profiles artist Ei Arakawa, known for his collaborative performances with artists and art historians; So Mayer asks how union activism shaped the UK’s collective filmmaking and film distribution practices; in ‘1,500 words’ artist Keith Piper recalls his memories of the influential BLK Art Group, a small informal grouping of art students of Black Caribbean descent based in the Midlands and north of England during the early-1980s.
The theme of the columns section is ecology and sustainability, including three profiles: Caitlin Chaisson on the Indigenous media group Karrabing Film Collective; Haeju Kim on ikkibawiKrrr, a visual research band that explores links between civilization, colonialism, ecology, humanity, natural phenomena and plants; Simon Wu on terra0, a group of developers, theorists and researchers studying the creation of hybrid ecosystems in the technosphere.

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