Exhibition Tour: Christopher Kulendran Thomas Led by Lucia Fortune-Ely

Image Credit: Christopher Kulendran Thomas New Eelam (2017) In collaboration with Annika Kuhlmann. Installation view, moving is in every direction. Environments - Installations - Narrative Spaces , Hamburger Bahnhof - Museum für Gegenwart, Berlin

Spike Island Artspace, 133 Cumberland Road, Bristol, BS1 6UX

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Saturday 09 February 2019
Admission Fee: Free, booking advised
Booking recommended

Exhibition: Christopher Kulendran Thomas, New Eelam: Bristol (19 January to 24 March 2019)

New Eelam is a real estate technology company founded by artist Christopher Kulendran Thomas in order to develop a global housing subscription based on collective co-ownership rather than individually owned private property. Initiated as a long-term artwork in the form of a startup, the venture has brought together an interdisciplinary team of specialists across the fields of technology, art, real estate, finance and architecture to explore how a more liquid form of citizenship could be constructed beyond national boundaries.

Lucia Fortune-Ely

Lucia Fortune-Ely is a final year geography undergraduate at the University of Bristol. Her research is particularly focussed upon cultural and historical geographies and their connection with the arts.

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