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Public programme
Pillow talks

Various locations. London, UK
2013 — ongoing
Curated by Gonzalo Herrero Delicado in collaboration with Fru*Fru (2014), Imogen Willetts (2018) and Laura Mark (2019-2020)

Participants: (Private house, 2014) Eva Franch, Beatrice Galilee, Nerea Calvillo, Vere van Gool and Mary Wang, and DelAmorYlaBelleza. (Royal Academy of Arts, 2018) Ana Cuba, Ananda Pellerin, Mariana Pestana, Rosana Galián and Dr Sam Miles. (Walmer Yard, 2019) Space Popular, Eszter Steierhoffer, and Fru*Fru. (Walmer Yard, 2020) Fenella Collingridge, Poppy Levison, Estefania Batista Flores, Simon James, and Ava Aghakouchak
Pillow Talks started in 2013 as an independent project with the collective Fru*Fru to discuss the meaning of contemporary domesticity in connection to notions of intimacy and digital culture. Set in domestic spaces across London, this series of in-bed conversations questions the institutional protocols for curating public programmes, blurring the boundaries between public and private, and providing a platform for guests to open up and share their reflections on the specific matter of debate for each session. 

The first iteration of the project in 2014, hosted in a private home open to the public, was followed by events at the Royal Academy of Arts in 2018, as part of the exhibition Invisible Landscapes, and Walmer Yard in 2019 and 2020. More info here.
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