Cankarjev dom, M3/M4 Hall
The lecture will present a few starting points and methods examined by Radical Education. We will thus talk about the different ways of co-research, about the connections between art and the broader social environment, about commodification processes and the questions on the representation of “artistic” production by activist collectives in gallery spaces.
Since its very beginning, Radical Education has been considering the possibilities of a political articulation of the cultural and artistic production at a time of a profound systemic crisis of neoliberal capitalism and has been part of the international network of artistic, educational and activist collectives that proceed from practical questions and concepts connected above all to new public spaces, artistic imagination, innovative pedagogical processes and relations between institutions and radical political practices.<br/>
Phd. Gašper Kralj is a researcher, writer and theoretician. He cooperates with a number of educational, art and activist collectives in Europe and Latin America, where he researches social and political movements, from colonialism to the present. Recently, he published a book entitled Izginuli in vrnjeni: Pričevanja o uporih v Gvatemali in Latinski Ameriki (Disappeared and Returned: Testimonials on the Uprisings in Guatemala and Latin
Phd. Bojana Piškur is a curator at Moderna galerija/Museum of Modern Art Ljubljana. Her main theme of research is experimental art contexts/concepts/forms/relations in the broader social environment.