Open Source 2015


Open Source is a free and public contemporary arts festival

Project/Number is pleased to be taking part in OPEN SOURCE, a new visual arts festival taking place in Dalston in May 2015. Project/Number is currently developing a programme with several artists, including Berry Patten, Simon Davenport, Erica Scourti, Chris Rawcliffe, Emilie Gervais and many more. 

Pro Numb is supporting the festival by commissioning and producing new work.

OPEN SOURCE is a contemporary arts festival. OPEN SOURCE specialises in time-based media and live events. OPEN SOURCE is a platform for young artists and curators. OPEN SOURCE believes in cross-pollination. OPEN SOURCE is public. OPEN SOURCE believes in free access to culture. OPEN SOURCE is not-for-profit. OPEN SOURCE gathers different audiences. OPEN SOURCE brings together emerging and established artists. OPEN SOURCE believes in sustainability. OPEN SOURCE believes in empowerment. OPEN SOURCE is a space for social and cultural encounters.

OPEN SOURCE is curated by Emily Butler, Gareth Bell-Jones, Anna Gritz, Attilia Fattori Franchini, Amy Sherlock, Chris Rawcliffe, Marie d’Elbée and Morgan Quaintance.


2–3 May 2015

Gillett Square
London N16 8AZ

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