In December 2021, we held an online research day about cooperation and practices developing between Europe, UK and Morocco.
The #feedforward format is to explore curatorial methodologies and models of cooperation in the global context, present and discuss projects, share and bridge resources, and reflect on ethical and humanly sustainable artistic practices.
feedforward is a new format by the non-profit curatorial office Looking Forward. It explores curatorial methodologies and models of cooperation in the global context, providing an open space to present and discuss projects, share and bridge resources, and reflect on ethical and humanly sustainable artistic practices.
feedforward is a research and networking platform in which a number of practitioners are invited to present their work, receiving and giving challenging feedback and genuine support one another.
The sessions can be online video-meetings (open or not to the public) or physical convival events, depending on the locations of the participants. Common to all sessions is a principle of equality and respect among the group and the desire to reach mutual understanding and seek opportunities for cooperation.
Co-director, Untitled Duo, Marrakech
Jessica El Mal
Co-director of A.MAL Projects, Morocco/UK
Arts Programme Manager, British Council Morocco, Rabat
Artist, Morocco / Germany / France
Co-director of LE18, Marrakech
Independent curator and ex-coordinator for Africa in Motion Film Festival, Edinburgh
Director, Le Cube, Rabat
Moderated by Carolina Lio and Burçak Yakici
Event curated by Empathy&Risk and Looking Forward.
Realised thanks to funds from Acción Cultural Española and Global Challenge Research Fund.
Further thanks to British Council Morocco.