Peer

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Peer is an independent arts organisation that develops and cheap viagra from canada presents projects in a range of media and in various locations. It started its programme of activities in Autumn 1998 and since then has produced three or four projects a year. Activities have primarily been concerned with the visual arts, but the association has also worked with musicians, filmmakers, writers and philosophers. Peer is primarily a commissioning and initiating body, rather than a funding organization, and it takes on projects which most institutions may find problematic for practical or curatorial reasons.
Curatorially it is also interested in working with artists who may be overlooked by the visual arts community because their practice crosses fine art boundaries.
Another major concern of Peer activities is to encourage discussion and critical thought. As Peer celebrates a decade of nearly 40 outstanding projects and events, it is entering a new phase in the PEER’s growth. It now has an opportunity to more than double the gallery space and to establish a dedicated education and cialis on sale outreach programme.