Valentina Vella recaps “Elephants in the Room” the first in a new yearly assembly presented by Casco Art Institute in the Netherlands aimed at becoming a meeting place for art organizations to question habitual institutional patterns and imagine ways of “commoning” together.
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Provoked by the discontent over the current state of collections and collecting practices, Collection Collective proposes an alternative model in which the artists and cultural workers themselves could safeguard, determine and benefit from a collectively owned and managed art collection.
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.
Friendship has been and always will be the basis of political action. The point of prefiguration is bringing the future into the present and the primary way that we do this is in the forming and nurturing of our relationships with one another in the ways we enact them on a day-to-day basis.
Broadcasting the Archive: Redefining the City Through Socially Engaged Practices, Community Art and Cultural Activism
“Broadcasting the Archive” is a project arose from the urgency to spread the Arte Útil archive, a project initiated by Tania Bruguera, beyond the institution which hosts the material.