Join Head of Programme and Exhibitions Curator Nathalie Levi for a guided tour exploring the collaborative artists on display in 'Togetherness'
Artistic collaboration has become a defining feature of the contemporary art world. Challenging the historical ideal of the single artist, wrestling with his or her own genius in isolation, Togetherness explores what happens when influences, materials, skills and perspectives are combined.
This varied exhibition presents different examples of collaborative creativity and examines how we negotiate and navigate being and working together.
Featuring artistic partnerships, like John Wood and Paul Harrison, Emma Biggs and Matthew Collings, Andy Holden and Steve Roggenbuck, this original exhibition raises wider questions about group dynamics, activism, authorship and public participation.