What does it mean to be “contemporary”? Boris Groys wrote about “con-temporary” art as a “comrade of time” and all the socio-political processes in which it is being made. Peter Osborne calls “contemporary” only post-conceptual art. The answer on this question is not definite: it is dynamic and conversation welcomes more participants, including ones from outside of the traditional borders of the art world.Elephant & Castle is a platform where the discussion about “contemporary” in art and society is taking place in multiple formats. We invite artists, writers, theorists, curators and other creatives to participate in a conversation about futures of art in practical, experimental way. We invite and welcome expression of interest in organisation of exhibitions, lectures, performances, texts, education programs, etc.We welcome expression.