ENPAP is a network of six art organisations involved with public art from five countries in Europe. ENPAP started in May 2010 with a two-year pilot research phase, involving a comparative study between partners, looking at the contexts in which the different organisations operate – their aims and methods of production – and the specific conditions that affect their practice.
Consonni are hosting ENPAP in Bilbao from 8 to 11 November 2011. This will examine Consonni’s work and mode of production, and also the artistic practices and different cultural policies of other artists, curators and institutions in the Basque context.
BAC, Baltic Art Centre – Visby, Sweden.
consonni – Bilbao, Spain.
Mossutstallningar – Stockholm, Sweden.
Situations, University of the West of England – Bristol, UK.
SKOR | Foundation for Art and Public Domain – Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Vector: Vector Association – Lasi, Romania.
ENPAP – European Network of Public Art Producers – will present a symposium in the Autonomous Basque Community (CAV). 22-23 March 2012.
Image: Olaf Breuning. Courtesy of consonni