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We are developing a flyer and poster (A1, A0 and A5) to distribute. Please edit below text and add suggestions for images....

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TEXT 1:
TransActing: A Market of Values
Saturday, 11th July 2015, 12 - 5pm
Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, located between Tate Britain and Chelsea College of Arts

This bustling pop-up market of handmade stalls will feature artists, designers, economists, civil-society groups, academics, ecologists, activists and others who creatively explore existing structures of evaluation and actively produce new ones.

The values of competitive markets dominate contemporary life, including art and its education, but other kinds can and do coexist. Some even flourish. Organised by Critical Practice, #TransActing will nurture and celebrate these value relations in a spectacular one-day event.

Visit www.criticalpracticechelsea.org for more information or email criticalpracticeinfo@gmail.com


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TransActing: A Market of Values
Saturday 11th July 2015, 12 - 5pm
on the Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground across from Tate Britain at Chelsea College of Arts, SW1P 4JU

This bustling pop-up market will feature 50+ stalls that creatively explore existing systems of evaluation and actively produce new ones: a skillshare, a peoples bureau, organ donation, an economy of promises, commoners, a fablab, a bring your own BBQ, virtuous communities, a speakers’ corner—even a kiosk buying tears. Multiple currencies will circulate, not all of them monetary.

Whilst the values of competitive markets dominate contemporary life, including art and its education, other kinds can and do coexist. #TransActing will nurture and celebrate these other value relations in a spectacular one-day event.

Follow Critical Practice and #TransActing on Facebook and Twitter. For the programme and contributors, visit www.criticalpracticechelsea.org.

Critical Practice is: Metod Blejec, Marsha Bradfield, Cinzia Cremona, Neil Cummings, Neil Farnan, Angela Hodgson-Teal, Karem Ibrahim, Catherine Long, Amy McDonnell, Claire Mokrauer-Madden, Eva Sajovic, Kuba Szreder, Sissu Tarka and many more besides.

TransActing is organised by Critical Practice and designed in collaboration with public works. It is part of Camberwell, Chelsea & Wimbledon (CCW) Graduate School’s public programme.


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(Helen's stall proposal -- Amy suggests we can use some of the shapes and designs from this... would it be too abstract?)

(Metod suggests using this - not graphic enough?....) I like the drawing better than the model, and its open to graphic play - pale grey/bright red, etc