Drop City

Project Space • Jani Ruscica (FI)

Osystraat 45, Antwerp, 2060, (BE)

Jani Ruscica, Human Flesh (still), 2019.

Committed to pursuing meaningful and long-term collaborations with artists and other initiatives locally and abroad, Drop City was founded in 2014 in the English city of Newcastle upon Tyne as a platform for collaborative process, taking on various models and roles: gallery, host, publisher, guest.

Drop City’s continuously responsive approach to its programming structure and locations fosters the emergence of new perspectives and paradigms of cultural hospitality. Now operating on an occasional basis from the inner-city garden at the home and studio of its founders, artist Eleanor Wright and curator Sam Watson, Drop City encourages new developments in contemporary art stemming from the practices of artists and other practitioners, and explores their meaning within the realm of art and beyond.

Research, dialogue, solidarity and reflection lie at the center of Drop City’s approach to working with artists. Intertwined with the presentation programme, an intimate public programme is organised, consisting of performances, screenings, artist talks, publications, lectures with regards to the practices of Drop City’s collaborating artists.


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