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The sixth session of PDF will take place as a special event at UKS, as we make a guest appearance at the nineteenth walk-in workshop of ‘How To Practice’, Monday, 09 September at 10am.

UKS has invited PRAKSIS Development Forum to flip the format around by inviting the audience to present their practice in a group sharing event. This iteration crosses the barrier between institutional islands and artistic isolation, opening a door for dialogue and interaction between friends and strangers. We ask you to bring an artwork, object, idea or topic of discussion which represents what you are working on right now and be prepared to share and engage with others!

The event will be mediated by Sayed Sattar Hasan (PRAKSIS) and Rodrigo Ghattas (UKS) who will be on hand to make sure all participants have an equal amount of time to present their work and ideas. The event is not a formal group critique and encourages a non-hierarchical approach and informal discussion. Emphasis is placed on process-oriented thoughts and works in progress, so please do not bring finished works or projects.

Projects in development can be shared in a number of ways, for example; slideshows, showing physical works, readings, performances, or any means which suitably
communicates ideas.

The Praksis Development Forum (PDF) is a monthly peer-support group for the creative
community of Oslo led by practising artist Sayed Sattar Hasan. It provides a friendly, informal space for a diversity of practitioners to meet, share and discuss works in progress in a constructive setting. It’s an opportunity to learn about what other creatives are up to and hear different perspectives on how to approach practice. PDF is open to individuals at all career stages and values each participant’s contribution to the group.

For the upcoming session of PDF at UKS there is no need to book a place, however, if you would like further information on the event or have a question email:

Refreshments will be provided

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