How to do things by theory (2010-2012/13)

Platform for performing theoretical activism, by Ana Vujanovic and TkH at Les laboratoires d’Aubervilliers

The long-term research project is organized within Les laboratoires d’Aubervilliers (Paris).
Authors and researchers: editorial collective of TkH, in collaboration with external collaborators.

The research project is conceived as a long-term initiative, the goal of which is to empower contemporary performing arts scene towards critical (self-)reflection, self-organization and alternative ways of knowledge production and sharing. It operates by connecting actors of the local (Paris) and international scene, which are testing their openness, curiosity and ability to transform themselves on the basis of common goals and objectives.

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Deschooling Classroom (2009-2012)

Self-education in the arts and culture, by TkH and Kontrapunkt (Ana Vujanović, Marta Popivoda, Iskra Geshoska)

The long-term regional project is organised by TkH (Walking Theory) platform from Belgrade in partnership with Kontrapunkt, from Skopje.
Co-authors and editors of the project: Ana Vujanović, Marta Popivoda, Iskra Geshoska.
General manager: Jelena Knezević

Deschooling Classroom is a project that addresses the contemporary independent cultural scenes in the region, researching and offering an alternative to the hierarchical models of education in the art and culture. Methodologically, the project moves away from the concepts of individual authorship and expertise, and advocates open collective educational structures where self-organised communities facilitate horizontal production, exchange and distribution of knowledge.
Its specific objectives are: to raise the awareness of potentialities of self-education, and to develop methodologies for alternative education in contemporary art and culture; to offer studying new and hybrid fields of contemporary culture and art and to help sharing the critical knowledge among art and cultural practitioners; to stimulate collaboration among those who aim to intervene in the existing cultural system; to challenge the conceptual and infra-structural set-up of cultural institutions; and to create new supporting infrastructures for the independent cultural scenes.

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