In seiner Funktionalität auf die Lehre in gestalterischen Studiengängen zugeschnitten... Schnittstelle für die moderne Lehre
Im Anschluss an das Symposium „Kunst an den Rändern“ wird ein Workshop mit Jamie Allen und Bernhard Garnicnig angeboten.
Sonnabend, 26.1.2019 um 13:30 Uhr
Ort: wird noch bekannt gegeben.
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“Improvisation, when it works, is like watching pilots put their plane together in mid-air.” When improvisation studies scholar, black man, and free-jazz ethnomusicologist George Lewis, won the Guggenheim “genius” award, he was asked what ‘it meant’ and he mostly just said that he felt kind of like doing more of what he was already doing, but ‘more.’ Rif ng. He speaks of institutional practices in a way expressive of what’s possible, not what is not possible. Inclusion
into the thing called art can also be something violent and undesirable, it is not always ‘the best path’ to ascend into canonical thinking and historical record—to be eaten by art. And there have been replete strategies of exit in the arts for what seems like time im-
memorial ... derivé, mis-use, appropriation—“Borders of art” and narratives of inclusion and exclusion can be described, visualised conceptualised by stories of artists who choose to separate themselves or leave the eld. For us, the improvising of institutional prac-
tices develops a further such strategy. It is a way of liberating practices from necessitating delineations of art by exclusion, and artists from the limiting privileges they are ascribed and ascribe themselves—of being an artist—in order for the work to have effects that are less-symbolic and less-subsumed by the power of organisations in the corporate and national cultural, curricular, and political continuum.
Liebe Maike, Ort ist das Glasfoyer :)