Tag Archives: Unstable States


Education is always about the future: An Interview with Tania Bruguera

In this converstation, Jeannette Petrik speaks with Tania Bruguera about her conviction for empowerment through (self-)education, touching on her experience as an artist and educator in Cuba and the US, the shortcomings of traditional educational models, a coming educational revolution and an empathic engagement with the needs and desires of Cuban people in these current times of change.






Making Plans at Human Resources

Making Plans, organized by Kyle Bellucci Johanson and Matthew Lax at Human Resources in Los Angeles, decommissions the ruling that ‘there is no alternative’ by reminding us that to conceive of possible futures, we must first assess our present.


The House of Pearled Cultures

The curatorial concept of this research, theory, and art conference, “Now is the Time of Monsters” at HKW, is to lay “bare the framing conditions of the nation-state…”