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School-steading: the campus as a (re)productive ecosystem

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Venice – Participation Matters with ASC

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"Some Shapes of Things to Come" - Bibliothek für Gesellschaftsdesign

Volos – Craftspeople’s Network: Taking Matters into Your Own Hands

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HafenCity Lectures: Relations

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Neue Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung

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Hinweis: From Bauhaus to Silicon Valley

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Professur für künstlerische Grundlagen im Schwerpunkt Design

Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung: Mitte in der Pampa

Design Matters zeigt die Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung

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German Design Award Nominee 2018 Janis Fromm + Florestan Schuberth

Kampnagel AntiFestival

Rundgang Design 2017

250 Jahre HFBK Hamburg

Bibliothek für Gesellschaftsdesign

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Hamburg - Food Security at There Is No Time

Denken über Design 6

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Denken über Design 4

Denken über Design 3

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Denken über Design 1

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Vienna Design Biennale zeigt die Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung

Stand Up for Democracy

Produktdesign Hamburg

Bibliothek für Gesellschaftsdesign

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Parteiisches Design bei Designxport

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Mexico – In Solidarity: Living, Making, Together

Enzo Mari: Autoprogettazione Do-It-Yourself! What's Your Spike?

Politics and Love at the Kunstverein Hamburg

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Wie Migration Stadt produziert

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Kann Universalität spezifisch sein?

Semestereröffnung 2016

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Building a Proposition for Future Activities

Urbani7e! Housing the Many - Stadt der Vielen

#3 designxport late night conference

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Rundgang 2016

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X for Plataforma 06600

Itala’s sewing machine

Otomi Community Space

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Berlin – Garden at the ZUsammenKUNFT

State of Design Berlin

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Istanbul Design Biennial

Gegenwartsakademie

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Erste Norddeutsche Kunsthochschul Bar Meisterschaften

„Z“ wie Gestaltungsberatung

HEFT – Magazine zum Thema Stadt – Eröffnung

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THNK TNK #2

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Art School Alliance / Design

Jessy Cohen – The Neighbourhood as Global Arena

Refugees Welcome in Kunst und Kultur?

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Berlin – Living with Soil and Water

Techniken des Virtuellen

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Neues Graduiertenprogramm

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New York – The Invisible Lunch Discussions

Schere Stein Papier Veranstaltungsreihe

Chicago Austausch - A Tale of Two Cities

Designdebatte

Feeding the Mind Projekt

Galerie der HFBK

Empfehlung: Architektur-Visionen

Foyer Kunsthaus Hamburg

Artist Talk Gate to the World

HerzHaftes Herzhafte Pralinen aus Innereien

Neuenkirchen – The Open Shelter (Der offene Ort im Wald)

Fast Fashion

Rural Commons / Kırsal Birliktelik

Rundgang WS 2014/2015

Hunderteinundachtzig Grad

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Lehrstuhlparade IMM Cologne 2015

Antrittsvorlesung Van Bo Le-Mentzel

15. Hamburger Ratschlag Stadtteilkultur 2014

HFBK Designpreis 2014

Soweto – The Soweto Project

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Bauern und Gestalter

hundertachtzig grad - Kunst & Design

Semestereröffnung 2014

Designxport wird Anfang Juli 2014 eröffnet

Re-Opening Party Gestaltungsberatung St. Pauli

Öffentliche Gestaltungsberatung Online

Rundgang SS 2014

Public Design Support in Seoul Changsu Maeul

Europe, The City Is Burning. Symposium HFBK

Social Design Tagung. MKG

HFBK beim 8. Bremer Kunstfrühling

SAVAMALA- A Place for Making

Designdebatte Film

Hinweis: hfbkhobbies

Stahlrohrmöbel

Designdebatte Wort

Rundgang WS 2013/2014

Hinweis: Lucius Burckhardt Convention 2014

HFBK Designpreis 2013

Design Tagung: Die Politik der Maker

Klub Disegno

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WÜZSK. Design-Symposium.

Die Politik der Maker: Call for Papers

Weil Design die Welt verändert

Rundgang SS 2013 Jahresausstellung

100 Jahre Lerchenfeld

Tromsø – A City as a Garden

Self-organization Makes Up a Third of the Curriculum

Learning by Doing, Performing, Exchanging, Communicating

Savamalski Dizajn Studio

Produkte entwickeln für

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Cities in transition

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Was ist das eigentlich, Designgeschichte?

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Living on the River Island of Wilhelmsburg

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Nähe und Distanz

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Self-organization Makes Up a Third of the Curriculum

Conversation between Marjetica Potrč, Veronica Wiman & Amalia Ruiz-Larrea
May 2013, Hamburg and Tromsø


In May 2013, while gathering material for Tromsø Report, Veronica Wiman talked with Marjetica Potrč and Amalia Ruiz-Larrea about self-organization making up a third of the curriculum of the Master in Contemporary Art at the Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, about equal relationship between educators and students, about what happens when the world enters the class and about collaborations. Veronica Wiman is professor at Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, where she leads the masters students in the Thematic Field “Sustainability/Capitalism/Art”. The students of Design for the Living World at HFBK worked with her on Tromsø – A City as a Garden project during UniGrowCity Tromsø days March 4-8, 2013, which were hosted by Tromsø Academy. The interview was conducted by e-mail in May 2013.

 

 

Marjetica Potrč:Let’s talk about curriculum. I was impressed when I learned from your students that self-organization makes up a third of the curriculum.

Veronica Wiman:Yes, one third of the curriculum of the Master in Contemporary Art at Tromsø Academy of Contemporary Art, is what is called Self-organisation. The other two parts are Thematic Fields and Master Project. Self-organisation in the curriculum and playing such a significant part is much influenced by the profile of the Academy. Situated in Northern Norway and in the small  city of Tromsø, it is necessary that the students take responsibility for their practice and the environment that they exist in. This is of course similar to many other places where artists live and need to adapt and work with the conditions of locality.

 

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Amalia Ruiz-Larrea:In “The Ignorant Schoolmaster”, Jacques Rancière proposes himself as an ignorant school teacher. The teacher does not put knowledge into the students’ heads but instead pushes them to use their own will so they can themselves construct knowledge. When I think about emancipation, many examples come to mind of artists who view their class as an art project (e.g. Tania Bruguera, Joseph Beuys, and others.). Maybe the emancipation of students is easier in an artistic context than in a scientific one?

VW: Good question and I have thought about it quite a lot. Perhaps you are right and it is too some degree easier, although I doubt it many times… I still find art education, art institutions and students expectations surprisingly formed in conventional terms. Knowledge should be delivered by a person that takes on the role of knowing best and most in the room, delivers answers and says what is right or wrong, preferably quoting french or other western world philosophy. Many students want it to be simple also, to be directed and narrated to rather than delivering them selves. I see a great cultural difference among students – and teachers – in interest and openness for this emancipation. I believe art education should strive for this, that “teachers” stimulate rather than preach or deliver answers and knowledge. Of course we need to make a difference between various fields within art education also, there are technical matters you need to learn etc. But to “make art” during education, I see as a matter of relationships of inspiration and proposing questions and material for she or he to approach in her own direction.

MP: What is your experience? Is maintaining an equal relationship between you and your students a constant struggle or a simple success story?

 

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VW:I want to believe in an equal relationship between me as a teacher and a student, this is my starting point and ambition in general. Obviously it is possible to a certain point, at the end both parts are aware of my position to value and take decisions. I have used pedagogy and methods to support that. I strive to represent and use the opportunity to make necessary changes in relation to hierarchical structures and power relationships. When students follow a program, attend according to schedule and deliver work as agreed – the relationship is easier to keep as equal as possible. The difficulty begins when one as a teacher – professor needs to demand and refer to the institution and its frame. The challenge is also the moment of critique or to be questioned, which sometimes creates tension and unbalance. Again, and back to the preceding question, equality is perhaps impossible since expectations are many times still conventional. Some students dont want or are simply more confused by a nature of equal relationship. I see that more mature or self secure and confident students can handle this better. Sadly I see that equality is still much a fantasy, perhaps a utopian idea where the best balance between student-teacher is held with a male teacher dressed in suit, telling art students how to shape their practice or explain who they are.

MP:Your class is founded on the Thematic Field “Sustainability/Capitalism/Art”. Over a period of two years, MA students develop their work around issues that open up their hearts and minds beyond the studio to the world that surrounds them. What happens when you bring the world into the class?

 

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VW:Thematic fields is a fantastic platform within the program and has a lot of potential as I see. The intention and structure of the program is such that the students work and individual research is part of informing and defining this contents. For example this years Thematic Fields, “Sustainability/Capitalism/Art”, serves as a focus within the program to read the world through and reflect or develop ones own work in relation to.  There is an initial wish to gather a group of students that are especially interested in and driven towards the given Thematic Fields, to create a shared motivated environment where its possible to go into a profound and complex dimension. Naturally each individual has their own understanding and attraction to this field and the approach will look very different. It is important to have a common understanding that there is not one or the right understanding, and that openness is required for a nourishing process. In some cases it works in a positive sense, where the field meets and inspire already ongoing reflections and practice or open up for new discoveries and directions. It can also be challenging, when students see that it becomes an obstacle and the field take time from what they “actually” want to focus on. Therefore I would say that the field should be  defined by the students and their research as much as possible, so that “the world” we are looking at is their world and meet their level of world engagement.

MP: I like to say that the world today is full of complex challenges that demand complex solutions. A great example is Kåre’s Community 1 project, where we shared knowledge to develop five felt-making machines in just a few days. What is your view of collaborations?

VW: Collaborations… has become a word with often too simple meaning. There are so many variations and so many complexities to them. My basic and immediate view is that collaboration is an ultimate and necessary mode of working, especially in relation to the worlds complexities of today. When collaborations operate through shared knowledge and every individuals skills and interest is used and met in some stage, its a fantastic situation and moment. Like the one you mention, Kåre´s community 1 project, where we experienced a truly functioning collaboration. For this to happen I believe some matters have to be in place; generosity, a common goal and shared devotion, will of exchange and  unconditional contribution and good spirits.

 

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