Posts Tagged: intercultural perspectives
Economic Disobedience and Avenging the Imaginary in the Age of the Never-Ending Culture Wars
Are we tired of talking about the obvious value of culture yet? If indeed, according to the Australian government, that art is useless and culture has absolutely no value, this coven of creatives are brought together to plot an imaginary revenge that involves feminist futuring, witching brews, holograms, assassin laundromat cells and economythologies. Shall we? [...]
Valetudo: A Cultural Anti-Venom Approach
It seems a delicious irony that due to a recent Australian High Court ruling (27 October 2017) many Australian MPs, including the Deputy Prime Minister, are now ineligible to sit in parliament. Known as the “citizenship seven” case, the unfolding citizenship crisis in Australia has the potential to allow for radical constructions of (Australian) subjectivities to emerge, bringing to [...]
Transnational Artistic Practices and Local Perspectives?
As the 2015/16 course leader for the MFA at the Trondheim Academy of Fine Art, Faculty of architecture and fine Art, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, (Kunstakademiet i Trondheim, Fakultet for arkitektur og billedkunst). I was pleased to be invited by the MFA candidates I have nurtured for the past year to write a foreword for their Graduation [...]