12ø members (Lou Macnamara and Eva Duerden) are offering ‘arts sector services’ and any skills they’ve gained from being in an ‘arts organisation’ as bookable hourly sessions over the course of the weekend. Taking themselves outside the ‘formal’ curator role 12ø will use all of their hats: whether as a peer mentor, fellow ranter, friend, comrade, outside-opinion-fresh-eyes, (assistant) curator, artist, film maker/editors,...

Bringing Saturday night to Wednesday - join Kaajel Patel, Aidan Strudwick and Kat Buchanan at 12ø where we’ll be live broadcasting an evening of performances, celebrity appearances, ads, comedy, music and of course, games and bonus rounds.

You can watch in the comfort of your own home or sign up here for a chance to be in the live studio audience and win some fabulous prizes.

The minimum age for the show is 16 years. Anyone...

 

A conclusion of the Group Show podcast first series. An evening of talking & music with Caitlin Merrett King, Molejoy, Abigails Tails & Zarina Muhammad.

The evening consisted of a conversation around subjects that arose over the past 5 episodes, with guests who each appeared on the show. Talking about the possibilities and limitations of working with podcast as a platform for creative initiatives, and what experience t...

For Art Licks Weekend 2018, 12ø tests the framework of the sculpture park, synonymous with luxurious and blockbuster institutions, manipulating this cemented formula, trying to create a more dynamic version. How do you create a sculpture park, without the big production budgets, the large crew, macho artworks and of course, without your own park?

Featuring works by Ikra Arshad, Ellie MacGarry, Liam Fallon, Pester and Rossi...

Group Show is a five episode podcast series by Caitlin Merrett King covering topics like work, collaboration, education and criticism. 

Caitlin has curated a mixture of interviews, sound commissions and regular features covering artist-led activity around the UK. The podcast was conceived of as part of 12ø’s SS17 curatorial residency as a way to explore what an expanded curatorial practice could mean in this popular format,...

Nawki or ‘not as we know it’ began in 2016, with the intention to experiment with the art fair model, each iteration shifts its focus to a different framework with a selection of arts organisation/spaces across the UK invited to participate, resulting in a cross organisation collaborative outcome.


This year the fair took the form of an artist film screening, experimenting with a platform specifically for digital, time-base...

3O/3O is a month long project for artists where they are required to submit a new piece of work which is made within each day, every day for the month of april - 3O works in 3O days.

The purpose of this exercise is to encourage making and experimentation, testing what you think you know about your practice. With the restriction of one day you may find that the choices you make, the corners you cut and those ideas that you c...


Thirty is an online exhibition programme run by 12ø, undertaking the task of presenting a new exhibition daily for the month of april. Throughout the thirty days 12ø will be pulling work directly from the project 3O/3O, in which participating artists are required to submit a work a day. Turning thirty into an almost instantaneous loop from artist production to display. 

Take a look at thirty.works

Participating artists...

Did you pack this bag, yourself? is an exhibition centred around the transporting of work to an international destination through the affordable yet tricky means of hand luggage. 12ø invited three artists to make work that responds to and experiments with the regulations and restrictions of weight, size and material in carry on luggage, while finding an alternative strategy so not to compromise their practice, when transpo...

Fresh ‘n’ Frozen is an event designed to question the premise of art production as well as accessibility and affordability of artwork through testing other mediums of dissemination. The 12ø space hosted 3 - 5 invited artists daily who were asked to create work in the space which was then delivered to the public around London by the 12ø team, allowing people to take part in the event remotely, while enjoying other events at...

Pls read this, HONESTLY my friend is an attorney NOT A SCAM

WARNING carry on reading. Or you will die. This Really WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This is for real too all of my friends I do not usually fshare this kind of thing but this is from a good friend who is an attorney. People have lost lives friends and FAMILY.

CASE 1:

Eva [surname removed] received this message on 29th July. She tagged four people because she have only four frie...

I saw my friend Alexandra Gribaudi make vast and painful metal sculptures, and then turn to touch her tiny drawings and small wrapped art parcels. She would place these tokens around or inside her metal, like life babies hiding inside monsters, or light around a black hole. And like a Network Fatigue group hug, I decided to bring together works by artists I trust; works that need to be handled slowly, and shared carefully...

Company was curated by Florida Collective as part of Annuale 2016 organised by Embassy gallery

Eva, Lou and Jacob are members of 12ø Collective, as curatorial collective based in Stoke Newington, London. You are watching one of their computer screens as they get on with the day-to-day work of both 12ø, their own practices and everything else in between. If you can’t see anything then one of their computers has crashed,...

Join us for The Jeremy Kyle Show: Birthday Special for plenty of patronising moralism and traditional family values. Your chance to be in the studio audience or even bring a friend so you can settle a score with the help of Jeremy Kyle.  Described as ‘human bear-baiting’ by a Manchester District Judge, we, the producers, will play loud music and ply guests with beer (and Jeremy themed cocktails) to heighten your emotions a...

First Thursdays with… is an ongoing events programme hosted at the 12ø Project space. Dedicated to presenting a night of work by an artist or small group who may not usually be afforded the space and time to present work, in a way that is appropriate and generous, due to pre-existing exhibition structures, offering them an opportunity to display and/or discuss their research.  These events as opposed to shows will create a...

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