In a place like Bucharest that lacks institutional infrastructure, questions of ‘instituent practices’ and care have inherently been located at the core of their existing and functioning systems.
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Sumugan Sivanesan writes on Jonas Staal’s recent Phd defense and his use of organizational forms to generate controversy, critique and alternative political imaginaries.
The crisis of higher education is not unique to the arts, or even to the humanities. However, artists in particular sit at the crux of this broken system more (or perhaps just earlier) than most people in other fields, in part because the arts have the largest debt to asset ratio.
e-flux’s recent bid to secure the .art domain has brought with it questions about curation online and the domain as a legitimation system.