iniva is proud to share a new publication by Future Commons.
Future Commons is a peer-led network that has been running alongside the Future Collect project. Developed and coordinated by Priya Jay, Barbican-iniva curatorial trainee 2018-19, the group responded to the needs expressed for a space that nurtures creative belief, radical practice and open peer-level exchange outside formal work structures.
Ten curatorial trainees and early career creative practitioners in iniva’s orbit have been meeting since the summer of 2021. Future Commons includes Chloe Austin, Tammi Bello, Tobi Alexandra Falade, Nikita Gill, Anahi Saravia Herrera, Amina Jama, Priya Jay, Amber Li, Jessica Lowe-Mbirimi and Kinnari Saraiya.
In this publication, they share some of the quiet work and internal conversations they’ve been having.
Part of an edition of 250, it will be distributed in pairs to a list of 100 individuals and institutions who are invited to keep one and pass one on. A further 50 will be kept in the Stuart Hall Library – one reference copy and the rest available to take away from next week onwards.
A PDF version of the publication is available to read online here.