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Thursday 19.11.2020 | 20:00 - 23:00


19:45 online: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/6913147323

Meeting ID: 691 314 7323


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How to experiment?

Radical Pedagogies in Art, Academia and Activism


The relation of artistic, academic and activist practices are at the heart of the Public Research Series since its beginning. In our November session we will look at the techniques at work in all three of these fields. With a special focus on the question of teaching/sharing/collaborating we want to ask, how knowledge is collectively produced and shared. Over the last decades, many new forms of radical education emerged that sidelined established institutions like, schools, universities or art institutions. What can we learn from these practices? And how can we learn to learn differently?


The session will be an open discussion of sharing experiences, techniques and ideas of how to learn and share knowledge differently.


At the beginning Gerko Egert will introduces the session by presenting a collection of techniques for experimenting from the university, the arts and political activism published in Experimente lernen, Techniken tauschen, edited by Julia Bee and Gerko Egert (in German). The book can be accessed online here: https://nocturne-plattform.de/publikationen



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Devised by: Dirk Cieslak, Gerko Egert, Stefan Hölscher, and Netta Weiser.

Public Research is part of the program gesellschaften in the new and beautiful House of Commons, designed by Olf Kreisel at Vierte Welt.

With support of Senatsverwaltung für Kultur und Europa, Berlin.

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