Laura Netz presents an exhibition exploring frameworks of DIY cultures, which emerged from the 1970s as a reaction to technological deployment.
The project places Folkestone’s position and context within a complex networked narrative that touches upon themes of borders, building walls, bridges, commerce, transport, migration, capitalism, overconsumption and ecology.
‘This Is Not Home’ is a chance encounter between two artists who live and work on either side of the Channel.
‘Bullet’ is a piece of new commission by the independent dance company Shades of Bray, founded by the Folkestone-based choreographer Jacob Bray. Enlisting contemporary dancer Jemma Wead and self-taught film-maker Joel Snowman.
‘Living On The Edge Of Existence’ is a body of new paintings created by the Folkestone-based artist, Joff Insole during a two months residency that turned CT20’s project space into an open studio and installation.
Throughout July to September 2019, CT20 invited artists and participants of Prescient Pool 2019 to share a series of films that have been significant and influential to their work.
In the turmoil of the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union, Talkie-Walkie Walkie-Talkie stimulated Franco-British artistic exchanges by engaging a new cross-border cooperation framework in the field of contemporary art.
Theresa Kneppers presented new photographs by the artist, David Christian, for an exhibition called ‘An Active Ghost’.
‘Transitions’ is a set of four journals edited and produced by Pavement Pounders, a forum for ideas celebrating crossings whether universal, local, real or imaginary, using Folkestone as a geographical as well as metaphorical ‘edge’ place.
Chilean artist Amalia Pascal invited local residents to take part in the process of art-making during her research residency in Folkestone. Using a diverse range of socially engaged art practices, Pascal reflects on how cultural exchanges have the potential to shape local identities and contexts.
A curated series of short films by three artists as part of Strange Love Timebased Media Festival 2019.