Access is a collective knowledge and resource from hands-on experience along with extensive field research on artist-run spaces, art collectives and initiatives, alternative spaces, community-based art projects and everything in between.
This is an open-sourced, multi-authored and non-hierarchical platform that endeavours to map, connect and create a community of undertakings worldwide. One primary focus of this project is to highlight art practice and activism that aids in strengthening and deepening cultural identity in indigenous communities and communities in the margin.
Access strongly believes that linking art practice, researches, projects and endeavours is of utmost importance to explore different approaches employed across struggles. This won’t only show multiplicity of inspirations and role models but will illustrate how global issues are addressed in local contexts with the use of traditional methods incorporated with contemporary attitudes and perspectives.