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Workshop mit Annette Krauss: Hidden Curriculum, revisited!
27. Juni 2018, 14:00
FEMINIST ARTS EDUCATION
Annette Krauss will introduce the long-term project Hidden Curriculum, and revisit key features of the concept, the practices and collaborations with different groups of students from secondary schools and put these in relationship to practices of un/learning, knowledge economies, and decolonial trajectories.
In a second part, we will test some of the practice-based approaches of the Hidden Curriculum project and explore them in relationship to the realities and experiences present in the workshop group.
As preparation, please read https://www.medienimpulse.at/users/userprofil/954
Annette Krauss works as an artist, writer, educator. In her conceptual-based practice she addresses the intersection of art, politics and everyday life. Her work revolves around informal knowledge and normalization processes that shape our bodies, the way we use objects, engage in social practices and how these influence the way we know and act in the world. Her artistic work emerges through the intersection of different media, such as performance, video, historical and everyday research, pedagogy and texts. Krauss has (co-)initiated various long-term collaborative practices (Hidden Curriculum / Sites for Unlearning / Read-in / ASK! / Read the Masks. Tradition is Not Given / School of Temporalities.)
Recent collaborations/exhibitions/ lectures/screenings/workshops took place at Casco – Office
for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht; KUNCI, Cultural Studies Center, Yogyakarta; The Showroom London; BAK Utrecht, Van Abbemuseum Einhoven; Kunstverein Wiesbaden; Whitechapel Gallery London; Kunstverein Heidelberg, ifa-gallery Berlin; ––Since 2011 Krauss is lecturer at HKU Fine Art, Utrecht. Currently, she holds a FWF-funded Post-Doc position at Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna.
Begrenzte Teilnehmer*innenzahl, um Anmeldung wird gebeten unter: info-lfkf[at]uni-koeln.de
Veranstaltung in deutscher und englischer Sprache.