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9 June - 15 August

Futurecamp is Wysing's first residency and intrinsic events programme during 2014. During Futurecamp we will be exploring what the future might hold, from five specific positions. 

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Saturday 9 August, 12 – 5pm
A Post-Gender World

The fifth and final event in our Futurecamp series explores how the complexities of social and philosophical interpretations of gender are formed and enacted. With contributions, including new performances created for this event, from d3signbur3au, Zackary Drucker, Rhys Ernst, Richard John Jones, Rachel Maclean, Anne McGuire, Tracey Rose, James Richards, Leslie Thornton and Jessica Wiesner.

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Saturday 26 July 11am-6.30pm
Alternative Methods: Art and Education
Plus Open Studios

The fourth event in our Futurecamp series explores the future of education with contributions from Lucy Beech, Dr Matthew Cheeseman, Anna Colin, the Wysing Expanded Studio Group, Leah Gordon, Ahmet Ögüt with Senay Öztürk, Sara Nunes Fernandes with Ruth Angel Edwards & Emilia Bergmark, Ella Ritchie with Ntiense Eno-Amooquaye, Florian Roithmayr and Sally Tallant.

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Saturday 12 July, 12-5pm
The Way We Live Now: Environmental and Social Consequences

The third event in our Futurecamp series explores how the environments we live in, be they man-made or natural, are essential to our future development, and possibly our survival. With contributions from Dr Richard Barbrook, Bonnie Camplin, Louise Carver, David Raymond Conroy, Prof Ian Hodge, Daniel Keller, Dr Isaac Marrero-Guillamón and Ben Vickers.

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Saturday 28 June, 12 – 5pm
Private vs Public: Activism, Economics and Politics Today

The second event in our Futurecamp series explores how  the economy, politics and the way we are governed are irrevocably intertwined and the future of one cannot be considered without the others. With contributions from Rammy El, Ray Filar, Patrick Goddard, Josh Harris, Dr Claire Loussouarn, Novaramedia, Yuri Pattison, Soheila Sokhanvari and Nicoline Van Harskamp.

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Saturday 14 June, 12 – 5.40pm
The Way We Act Now: Psychology and Behaviour in the Digital Age

The first event in our Futurecamp series explores how behaviour and human interactions have been radically affected and changed by the impact of the digital and Internet revolutions. With contributions from Dr Stefana Broadbent, Jesse Darling, Cécile B Evans, Shana Moulton, Rachel Reupke, Dr Kathleen Richardson, Erica Scourti and Frances Stark.

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Saturday 24 May 2014

Open Forum 2014 is a series of events for artists offering advice on developing a commercial practice and promoting work.

Led by Matt Roberts with Ceri Hand and Aid & Abet, Cambridge.

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