Artistic Ecologies. New Compasses and Tools

Artistic Ecologies. New Compasses and Tools

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Going beyond tensions between individuals and institutions, Artistic Ecologies: New Compasses and Tools examines avenues for engaged pedagogies, collective learning, and artistic ecologies that can engender new institutionalities. If learning for life is emancipation—understood as a matter not just of power but of freedom—the essential question that emerges is: What knowledge makes us free, and how can institutions help produce it? In search of an answer, this publication’s textual and visual contributions explore sites and practices through which new artistic ecosystems can emerge.

The publication Artistic Ecologies. New Compasses and Tools is a part of the two-year project Education from Below, realized in collaboration with the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, MACBA Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona and What, How & for Whom / WHW, as a part of the Creative Europe Programme of the European Unio. The publication is edited by Pablo Martínez, Emily Pethick and WHW.

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year of publication
2022
pages
240
editorial policy
Essay books
co-edition
Sternberg Press and What, How & from WHOM/WHW
dimensions
16,6 cm x 23,4 cm
design
Dejan Kršić
year of publication
2022
co-edition
Sternberg Press and What, How & from WHOM/WHW
pages
240
dimensions
16,6 cm x 23,4 cm
editorial policy
Essay books
design
Dejan Kršić
This publication is part of Education from Below, a project supported by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union

This programme is presented as part of the two-year collaborative project Education from Below, conceived in collaboration with the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, and MACBA Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona.

The programme is supported by: Foundation for Arts Initiatives; European Commission’s Creative Europe programme; Kontakt Collection / ERSTE; Foundation Kultura Nova; Foundation Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs, Croatia; Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia; City of Zagreb; Ammodo.