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sixtyseven is a curatorial collective group of cultural practitioners, artists, writers and curators based in south-east London developing projects that explore alternative learning structures, strategies for collaboration and community engagement. sixtyseven are currently working on projects between the UK, Italy, Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The collective grew from informal conversations around our shared interests and individual creative practices. We now organise a weekly ‘Creative Community Forum’ to support one another to develop new projects and research through sharing our individual strengths, skills and knowledge.

We are currently developing a number of projects in collaboration with Deptford Cinema, Deptford X, Cherche Encore, The Italian Cultural Institute, Galleria del Carbone (Italy), among others.

Angelica Bollettinari

 

(b. 1990) is a researcher and independent curator based in London, holding an MA in Contemporary Art Theory from Goldsmiths University (London). She previously studied BA History of Art at Goldsmiths, University of London. Since October 2015, she works as Gallery Assistant as South London Gallery (London) and regularly assists with the running of Arts Assassins, a young people’s initiative that develops projects and collaborations with practicing artists. Recent projects include the exhibitions ‘Lavanda: A useless Growth Prefixed To The Play’’ (2017)  and ‘Screens’ (2016) at the Italian Cultural Institute in London. In 2015, she was an organisational member for ‘Now You Can Go’, a programme of events considering feminist thinking, art and activism, which took place across The Showroom Gallery, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Space Studios and Raven Row (2015). From 2014 to 2016 she was the coordinator of the online archive of Archivio Queer Italia, a virtual and live platform for feminist and queer artistic practices, theory and activism in Italy. She is currently Project Coordinator for ‘Arts Research Lab’, a residency programme for a group of international artists taking place in the city of  Ferrara (Italy) during the month of September 2017.

Lucie Kordacova

 

is an artist and independent curator based in Deptford (London), holding an MA in Fine Arts. She works at South London Gallery where she assists with programs for young people and school education programs. She is engaged in running a Deptford Cinema, volunteer run flat-structured awards winning community arts venue in South East London. She has co-organised film seasons, Life Drawing classes and community engaged events including facilitating screenings for primary schools (2016). She co-curated 'Czech and Slovak Stories' film season (2015-2016), which was invited by the Slovakian Embassy to present at EUNIC (European Union National Institute for Culture, London) in Europe House. She collaborates with various institutions including Czech Centre in London. Her recent project 'Watching a Strange Theatre' was awarded at the Deptford X Fringe Festival (2016); exhibited at the Deptford X Gallery and the Old Tidemill Garden (2017); The Prague National Gallery, OFF2 BIENNALE (2015); Biennale of Young Arts (Moscow, 2014); 'You Are Here' a project created by Camden Arts’ curative volunteers (London, 2014). She co-curated exhibitions and events at the A4 – Association for Contemporary Culture in Bratislava (Nov 2012 – Jan 2014) and curated shows at the Trafo Gallery in Prague and the at The Nitra Gallery, Nitra (both 2014).

Samantha Lippett

 

(b. 1992) is an independent curator and gallery educator based in London, graduating from her MFA in Curating at Goldsmiths University in 2016. Samantha has worked as Gallery Assistant at South London Gallery since 2015 and later became Art & Play Leader to deliver projects at Art Block, SLG’s free creative play space for children and families of Sceaux Gardens Estate. Delivering projects across London and the UK, Samantha’s curatorial practice is rooted in arts and health, bringing together interdisciplinary audiences to think critically and creatively about politics of care, labour and subjectivities. In 2013, she received the Association of Art Historians Internship Grant to conduct a cross-cultural exchange between Native American Midwives and students across the UK with the Birth Rites Collection (Salford) that instigated further research into birth politics and the maternal. Other projects include ‘on a (m)other’s watch’ (2015) at the Womens Art Library, a symposium and exhibition exploring maternal censorship and ‘Living In Chronic Times’ (2016) at the Chisenhale Studios and Deptford Cinema exploring contemporary attitudes towards death, ends of life care and the digital. Samantha has delivered her research at numerous venues including South Bank University, The Philadelphia Association and Cambridge University, with her current research exploring the current NHS crisis.

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