Casco Art Institute: Working for the Commons

Casco – Office for Art, Design and Theory is a non-profit, open, and dynamic institution for artistic research and experiments. We consider artistic practice investigative, imaginative, and inventive—a way of engaging with the world we live in. The artistic practices we focus on are cross-disciplinary, open to collaboration, and process-driven. Our projects traverse other fields such as design, theory, and social practices. Correspondingly, our activities encompass not only exhibitions but also research, varying forms of production, the development of new applications, workshops, forums, debates, actions, performances, screenings, education, and publishing.

Casco was founded in 1990 and is located in Utrecht. The local, urban environment, with its various communities, histories, and contemporary development, is the foundational space for our engagement. Yet, integrating this relationship with our work, artists, and other practitioners from around the world, we actively take part in social and artistic development in various formal and informal networks intersecting across local, national, and international levels.

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