Category Archives: Collective Futures

A2: Performing the Collective

Our proposal for the Collective Futures Symposium is inspired by the work of a London based live art theatre company called A2 [www.a2company.org]. According to their manifesto, A2: “…aims to explore new physical, visual and emotional language forms. Committed to … Continue reading

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KUMUA – Recycling Material for a Video-Performance

video-performance KUMUA recycles audio visual material collected at the campus of KUMUA: University of Copenhagen’s Temporary Move to Amager. Built from 1972-79, by modernist architects Eva and Nils Koppel, KUMUA was designed as a temporary housing scheme for the University … Continue reading

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Reclaiming public space

A panel presentation on collective redefinitions of public space Nelly Alfandari, Orsalia Dimitriou, Rastko Novakovic Public space is a political space and a highly contested one. Its core elements are the public and publicness. This publicness turns claims and struggles … Continue reading

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Sisters Hope

Sisters Hope By Anna Lawaetz & Gry Worre Hallberg Sisters Hope is an art-educational method and a practice-led research tool, rooted in the construction of a fictional parallel universe revolving around the twin sisters Coco and Coca Pebber. Our work … Continue reading

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Critical spaces taking form

During this workshop in the New Cross Library, we explored in what spaces critical experiences can take place and how we can construct these spaces. To talk about our ideas we made small-scale models and sketches. Here you can download … Continue reading

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Collective embodiment workshop

by Adam Drewes and Trine Friis Sørensen The collective embodiment workshop was based on some experiences from the Humanities Unplugged symposium in Berlin in 2010. The Crisis Centre and in particular the schizoanalytic workshop seemed to suggest that we as … Continue reading

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Pedagogy of/through art in Brazilian collective practices

Screening + discussion with Gabriel Menotti and Camila Mello. This activity examined the situated pedagogy allowed by some artistic practices. Being untied from conventional methods or disciplines, such practices seem able to overcome the self-important triviality of institutional schooling. At … Continue reading

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