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Iaspis Dialogues: Amina Zoubir and Karen Milbourne

Date: Monday 15 June 2020
Place: Online, between Iaspis/Konstnärsnämnden and Washinton DC
Language: English

 

Welcome to an online conversation between artist and Iaspis grantholder Amina Zoubir and Karen Milbourne, Senior Curator at the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC. Introduction by Magnus Ericson, Project Manager, Iaspis.

The conversation was conducted between Iaspis, Stockholm and Washington DC via Zoom, Monday 15 June 2020. Iaspis Dialogues are a new format for conversations between Iaspis grantholders and external guests aiming to highlight and discuss artistic practice.

Amina Zoubir is a visual artist and videomaker, graduated with a Master of Theory and practice of contemporary art and new media from University Paris 8 (France) and with a DESA Graphic design obtained in 2006 at the School of Fine Arts in Algiers (Algeria).

Karen E. Milbourne has been a curator at the National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution (NMAfA) in Washington DC since May 2008 and Senior Curator since October 2019.  Her expertise includes the arts and pageantry of western Zambia and contemporary African art. 

Topics in Critical Thought seminar på Open School East, 2019. Foto: Open School East

Urgent Pedagogies: Open School East – Situated and self-directed learning as practice development

Tid: tisdag 14 May 2020
Plats: online mellan Stockholm, London och New York
Språk: engelska

Välkommen till den första i en serie onlinepresentationer, samtal och texter, som lyfter fram och diskuterar alternativa former av pedagogik och platser för kunskapsproduktion i relation till socialt engagerad kritisk praktik inom arkitektur och design.  Vilka är de sammanhang eller situationer där man som konstnärlig utövare kan engagera sig och vilka är de mest brännande? Hur kan alternativa former och platser för pedagogik organiseras och vilka är metoderna och strategierna? Vad krävs för att göra detta och vilket stöd behövs?

Anna Colin är chef för Open School East, som är en plats för konstnärligt och gemensamt lärande i Margate, en stad öster om London. Anna presenterar plattformen, hur den är utvecklad och organiserad och diskuterar kring frågor om socialt engagemang kopplat till brännande samhällsfrågor, sammanhang, metodik och organisation med Pelin Tan och Magnus Ericson.

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Del 1, presentation av Anna Colin, introduktion av Magnus Ericson:

Del 2, Samtal mellan Anna Colin, Pelin Tan och Magnus Ericson:


Läs mer om samtalet och projektet (på engelska) >

 

The Possibility of Research -Föreläsning med Namita Wiggers & Benjamin Lignel

Torsdag 21 mars 2019, Konstnärsnämnden, Projektrummet

Föreläsning med Namita Wiggers & Benjamin Lignel >>



Urgent Pedagogies - Learning and Unlearning through Spaces of Exception

Seminar on urgent design and architecture pedagogies at the 4th Istanbul Design Biennial 2018, Saturday September 22nd 2018. With Sepake Angiama, Markus Bader, Jan Boelen, Magnus Ericson, Joseph Grima, Sandi Hilal, Onkar Kular, Peter Lang, Tor Lindstrand, Pelin Tan, Mark Wigley, Merve Gül Özokcu.

Introduction:
Welcome by Magnus Ericson and Pelin Tan
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Historical overview:
A Radical Occupation: the Remaking of Design Education in 1960’s Italy by Peter Lang
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Part 1: Border Realities, Co-existences and Methods
Introduction by moderator Pelin Tan

Borders as Pedagogies by Pelin Tan
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Doing Together by Merve Gül Özokcu
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The Tree School or Mujawara by Sandi Hilal
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Panel discussion
with Pelin Tan, Sandi Hilal and Merve Gül Özokcu
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Part 2: Contra-Urban Conditions, Periphery Scales and Localism

Introduction by moderator Sepake Angiama
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Strategies of Unlearning by Joseph Grima
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Learning Situations in City Making, the Open Raumlabor University by Markus Bader
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System of Splines by Tor Lindstrand
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Panel discussion
with Markus Bader, Tor Lindstrand and Sepake Angiama
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Reflection and concluding panel
with speakers, moderators and panel guests Onkar Kular and Mark Wigley moderated by Pelin Tan and Magnus Ericson.
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Perspectives on Collective Practice

Public talk with curator Grégory Castéra based on his research on how artists work with collective practices, and how this approach can foster artistic development, better understandings of societies, and encourage alternative ways of working, thinking and living together. Followed by a discussion between Grégory Castéra, Raimundas Malašauskas, Claire Tancons and Kathryn Weir.

Perspectives on Collective Practice: Public talk with Gregory Castera

Perspectives on Collective Practice: Discussion between Grégory Castéra, Raimundas Malašauskas, Claire Tancons and Kathryn Weir.

 

CURATING CRAFT & WAYS OF PERCEIVING CRAFTS

Two-day seminar 28-29 November 2018, Stockholm. A collaboration between Iaspis/The Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Konstfack, Konsthantverkscentrum and Norwegian Crafts.



CURATING CRAFT

Maj Sandell, Director Gustavsbergs konsthall

Joakim Borda-Pedreira, Director RAM Gallery in Oslo

Matt Smith, Professor of Craft/Ceramics and Glass at Konstfack, Artist

Paneldiscussion led by Dr Maja Gunn, Professor of Craft, HDK Steneby, Gothenburg University, Artist and Designer

 

WAYS OF PERCEIVING CRAFTS

André Gali, Head of critical theory and publications at Norwegian Crafts (Introduction to Documents on Contemporary Crafts, no 5: Material Perceptions)

Mònica Gaspar, Curator, writer and lecturer (Moderator´s introduction)

Pravu Mazumdar, PhD in Philosophy (The Padded Cell of Words. On Philosophy and Exteriority)

Agnieszka Knap, Jewellery artist, curator (A Playful Relation of Matter and Sense)

Gabriel Johann Kvendseth, Artist (Does a tool need to have purpose)

Anders Ljungberg, Jewellery artist, Professor of CRAFT ! at Konstfack  (Blurry Function –Object as Body)

Sarah Gilbert, Artist and scholar (Learning from Social Insects: Crafting Crafty Practices in the Anthropocene)

Martina Margetts, Author, lecturer, curator  (Things Fall Apart)

Panel Discussion led by  Mònica Gaspar

 

 

Ta del av våra filmade intervjuer med Iaspis residenskonstnärer i Stockholm!

Fredrik Strid

Mapping the Unjust City

aghili & karlsson

Sara Brolund de Carvalho

Donika Çina

Lubna Chowdhary

El Ultimo Grito

Amina Zoubir

Rodney Place

TIDIGARE STIPENDIATER:

Mauricio Corbalan

Joanna Lombard

Pedro Alonso och Hugo Palmarola

Samara Golden

Pedro Oliveira

Nadine Byrne

Hanni Kamaly

Sandi Hilal

CUSS Group

Mikael Goralski

Sonya Blesofsky

Ramesch Daha

Ángel Núñez Pombo

Renée Petropoulos

Wan-Ying Lin

Maria Johansson

Debora Elgeholm

They Are Here

Santiago Mostyn

Ieva Epnere

LJ Roberts

Sarah Dobai

Célio Braga

Annie Johansson

Jonas Brandin

Anna-Karin Rasmusson

Einat Amir (ISR)
 
Lars Brunström (SWE)
 
Yane Calovski (MKD)
 
Andreas Doré (SWE)

Åsa Ersmark (SWE)

Luiza Prado (BRA)

Erna Skúladóttir (ISL)
 
Jalizaveta Suska (SWE)

Tori Wrånes (NOR)
 
Joey Holder, London (GBR)

Muhammad Ali, Stockholm/Damaskus (SWE/SYR)

Róza El-Hassan, (HUN/SYR)

Ana Mendes, Berlin/London/Lissabon (DEU/GBR/POR)

Mari Bastashevski, Lausanne (DEN/SUI/RUS)


Produktion och idé: Iaspis, Konstnärsnämnden
Filmning och klippning: Alvaro Campo
Intervjuer: Annika Enqvist och Johan Pousette

 

Uppdaterad: 2020-06-26 Tipsa om sidan

 

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