David Brazier & Kelda Free, 'If this thing wasn't site-specific we could be going places'

David Brazier and Kelda Free (UK associates) have an itinerant practice that sees them working site-specifically, negotiating the complex relationships that constitute ‘site’. They examine relationships between a location’s social, economic, political and institutional dimensions and their personal histories, working methodologies and artistic autonomy. They seek tensions within these relationships and employ a variety of social forms and gestures in order to interrogate and re-imagine the systems and spaces they occupy.

Their work has been supported by organisations that include Arts Council England, Arcus Japan, Khoj International Artists’ Association India, NAVA Australia and California College of the Arts.


The Public Domain:
Season 1


Spring 2014


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