DescriptionIn this latest version of Gudskul’s knowledge-sharing and mapping exercises, participants are invited to form a ‘Speculative Collective’. Using a format which Gudskul have employed in many iterations around the world, this workshop takes the simple format of a class. Borne from research around the supply and demand of knowledge, the space of the ‘classroom’ is used as a performative tool to explore collectivising ‘know-how’ through direct practice. This participatory event invites strangers to meet, converse and share what they consider to be ‘knowledge’ by occupying the roles of both teacher and student in a quick to-and-fro. Gudskul recognise that in their collective they have a resource of knowledge from their members, and this is what has allowed Gudskul to survive and change. For them, Gudskul is truly a school: a speculative collective.
This workshop forms part of The Ignorant Art School Sit-in Curriculum #2.
|Period||9 Dec 2022|
|Event title||A Nongkrong (hangout) Class: Forming a Speculative Collective|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
- Radical Pedagogy
- alternative education
- Alternative Creative Pedagogy
- contemporary art curating
- contemporary art
- knowledge exchange
This activity contributes to the following UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
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Research output: Non-textual form › Exhibition
Research output: Other contribution