Anthony Romero, 6 Collaborations Lecture
Anthony Romero, "6 Collaborations"
What constitutes a collaboration and what does it require? 6 collaborations is a performative lecture that interrogates the limits of collaboration. Utilizing text and movement, the artists seeks to uncover the counters and shapes of collaborative encounters using 6 of his own experiences as starting points.
Anthony Romero is a Chicago artist, writer, and curator interested in documenting and supporting artists and communities whose narratives and practices are often excluded from art historical narratives and exhibitions. His projects and performances have been executed nationally most notably at Links Hall (IL), Antioch College (OH), and MASS Gallery (TX), and Movement Research at the Judson Church (NY). His writings have appeared in Poetry Quarterly, The Huffington Post, Performa Magazine and the recently published edited volume on Chicago Social Practice History, Support Networks (University of Chicago Press). He currently teaches in the graduate departments of Community Practice and Art and Social Engagement at Moore College of Art and Design and is a curatorial fellow at Vox Populi in Philadelphia.