Sanat ve mimarlık üzerine eleştirel eğitim yapıları ve inisiyatifleri geliştirmiş pratikleri içeren Urgent Pedagogies (Acil Pedagojiler) projesinin tanıtımı mimar, sanatçı ve kent aktivistlerinden oluşan bir grup konuşmacının sunumları ile 17 Haziran'da çevrim içi yapılacak.
Katılımcılar arasında Katya Sander, Silvia Franceschini, Nora Akawi, Eduardo Rega, Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas, Alessandro Petti, Mauricio Corbalan, Pio Torroja, Joana Zatz Mussi, Cibele Lucena, Sandi Hilal, Chris Bratton, Dalida Beinfield, Ou Ning, Elof Hellström, Onkar Kular, Henric Benesch, Anna Colin, Socrates Stratis, Peter Lang, Ana Maria Leon, Merve Gül Özokçu, Miguel Robles Duran ve David Harvey’in yer aldığı etkinliğin giriş konuşmalarını ve moderatörlüğünü Pelin Tan ve Magnus Ericson yapacak.
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Urgent Pedagogies is a project that focuses on the role of alternative pedagogy and spaces for knowledge production in relation to how socially engaged critical spatial practice may act in relation and response to the urgencies of social justice and equality, contested territories, and conditions of conflict. It aims to serve as a common resource and a space for bringing together practitioners, researchers, and thinkers from a plurality of backgrounds, experiences, contexts, and situations to be in dialogue and think together.
The project has developed through a series of public events and meetings, online talks, commissioned texts, and an evolving online archive with examples of practice and theory. Practitioners and thinkers have been invited to contribute with different perspectives and reflections, mainly with a contemporary focus, but also connecting to history, and hence sharing experience from different practices, from the institutional to self-organized, collective, and activist initiatives. We are now introducing and discussing these perspectives through the online platform and a series of public events.
Urgent Pedagogies is initiated and organized by IASPIS, the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Arts. The project is developed and pursued by Magnus Ericson, curator and Project Manager responsible for the design, crafts, and architecture program at IASPIS, and Pelin Tan, Senior Researcher of the Center for Arts, Design, and Social Research, Boston and Professor, Fine Arts Faculty, Batman University, Turkey.
IASPIS is the Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual and Applied Arts. Its mission is to work with internationalization with the aim of increasing and developing contacts between Swedish artists and international institutions, fellow artists, the general public, and the markets, contributing to artistic development and improved working opportunities.