Centre for Plausible Economies
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Economy is a strange beast. Everybody is exposed to economic forces, but nobody seems to be in control. Responding to this frustration with upbeat pragmatism, the Centre for Plausible Economies brings together artistic action and critical thinking to reclaim the economy. It is as a new platform for mapping and reimagining economic systems, in the arts and beyond.

The 2018 programme focuses on ‘Redrawing the Economy’ as a first step towards re-organising and appropriating economic diversity as an everyday phenomena we are all part of in shaping and culturing.

The Centre for Plausible Economies was initiated by Kathrin Böhm and Kuba Szreder and opened on 08 June 2018.