The Peer-to-Peer Programme is a joint initiative connecting artists and curators across (Northern) Europe for professional discussions and network building.
The programme acts as a response to the COVID 19 pandemic and to the needs declared by artists to dialogue with art professionals across disciplines and regions.
The sessions are intended to support cross-cultural and transdisciplinary relationships, gain professional critical dialogue, foster intellectual and dynamic discussions, and cultivate new meaningful connections for future collaborations.
Participating artists and curators will carefully be matched and have a total of two online meetings with curators of their choosing. The meetings will take place in May-June and/or in September-October 2021.
In total the programme will host 72 artists and 36 curators across Europe. These are the participants from Flanders and Brussels:
- artists: Younes Baba-Ali, Bianca Baldi, Sara Deraedt, Laurent Dupont, Francesca Grilli, Voebe de Gruyter, Oussama Tabti, Leen Voet
- curators: Heidi Ballet, Sandrine Colard, Matteo Lucchetti, Joanna Zielinska
The programme is co-organised by the Danish Art Foundation, Estonian Centre for Contemporary Art, Flanders Arts Institute, Frame Contemporary Art Finland, IASPIS – The Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Art, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Mondriaan Fund, Office for Contemporary Art Norway and Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.