An artist-run space is a gallery space run by artists, thus circumventing the structures of public and private galleries. Artist-run spaces have become realised as an important factor in urban regeneration. This effect was particularly strong in Glasgow, where the city won the accolade 'European Capital of Culture' in 1990, largely due to the large number of artist-run exhibition spaces and galleries.[1] Curator Hans Ulrich Obrist coined the term "The Glasgow Miracle" to describe this. Examples of artist-run spaces include City Racing, BANK, studio1.1, [2] Studio Voltaire, Cubitt and Auto Italia South East in London, Milwaukee's BATHAS Internationale...

Arranged by Date,

a Guided Tour

Lenio Kaklea

10.01.2016 - 13.01.2016

Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 18.00- 20.00

Guided tours will take place frequently

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3 137 collaborates with the Paris based choreographer Lenio Kaklea in order to reframe her first solo work arranged by date (2012). 


Her practice is based on movement and language as well as non-verbal communication. Arranged by date’s story begins with an unexpected event which is followed by mythological stories and the exploration of the immaterial world of finance and its vocabulary. 


Our guest artist comes back to the archival visual material of her performance in order to create a new narrative, which will be presented in a white exhibition space rather than at the black theatre stage. Images, shapes, symbols, words and movement sequences become part of a new process by the choreographer for 3 137. 


On Wednesday 13th January 2016, an open discussion with Lenio Kaklea will be held following the last guided tour.