That Might Be Right is an organisation run by cultural practitioners dedicated to (re)searching, developing and supporting alternatives to the present.

We aim to think and act towards an organisation of cultural production that is more market independent, in order to enable cultural practices that go out from a non-financial validation. Through models of co-operation we hope to find a counter balance to the structure of the current cultural economy and open up space for practices that think and act beyond art and towards new forms of life.

Through a practice of assembly we attempt to bring cultural practitioners together to share, experiences, and discuss their thoughts, works, and tactics. Always with the common aim of better understanding our time and world, enabling practices that might support the development of alternatives to the present.

TMBR assemblies are organised on a regular basis. By creating moments of collective interpretation, reflection, and exploration we hope to stake out the field for a cultural practice that is concerned with life and the world around us.

By loosely weaving together a plurality of views and voices we hope to bring about a community of cultural practitioners that can breach the levees of the separated domains to which they have been banned, we have to think and act beyond art. A community of cultural practitioners that takes the means of mediation in their own hands and therefore is more autonomous from State, institutions, market, and the 1%. This means the possibility to develop practices that are durable, critical, egalitarian, and able to develop and support new forms of life.

Indeed that something ‘might be right’ already implies that there are multiple ways to see the things around us and give significance to them. Actively investigating and discussing these alternative views and ways of doing will already change both ourselves and our surroundings. With this in mind our actions seek to be embedded in the tissue of our world and provoke an effect on everyday collective life.

Our actions attempt to provide a supportive framework to the process of sharing, experiencing, and discussing works. Via collective exploration and dialogue And by making use of common sense and common (visual)language  we try to question the things we take for granted, and to challenge a varied public. That Might Be Right actions may take the form of public interventions, visual/artistic presentations, educational programmes, participatory events, or written/visual essays.


NOTES are the traces of the ACTIONS undertaken by TMBR.
PROPOSALS are concepts by TMBR for ACTIONS.
ACTIONS are enacted PROPOSALS by TMBR mostly in the form of assemblies for collective experiments and explorations.


Paoletta Holst – (http://paolettaholst.info/)
Rob Ritzen

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