how we do what we do
| 'sindikit | is a collaborative project developed by artists Zoë Charlton and Tim Doud. We understand the economies of space and the politics of opportunity; both can be used, given, manipulated, shared, bogarted, and democratized to uplift, undermine, engage, estrange, and support communities and ideas .
| 'sindikit |, as a collaborative pursuit, combines our mutual interests in facilitating creative engagements, mining our shared resources, and sharing our enthusiasms about how artists think and what they do.
| 'sindikit | is a self-funded, non-commercial venture.
the 2019 cycle of the | 'sindikit | project was partially supported by a Belle Foundation grant.
the 2017-18 cycle of the | 'sindikit | project was partially supported by a Faculty Research Support Grant from American University, Washington, DC to support collaborations between AU faculty and the communities in which they engage, on a regional, national, and international level.
the 2016-17 cycle of the | 'sindikit | project was partially supported by the Grit Fund, a Regional Regranting Program administered by The Contemporary and funded by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts and the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.