Research Pavilion: Post-Colonial Artist-Organisation in African Regions?
Post-independence art institutions in many African countries demonstrate a move from Eurocentric-colonial to decolonial models. What are the organizational strategies originated by artists in post-colonial Africa? Given art’s ambivalent globalization and the wish to institute ‘alternative’ models (self-organisation) outside market-determined and state-sanctioned models, what can we learn from self-organised African contexts? (A Stretched Seminar)
17.00 Welcome: Food and light refreshments
17.15 Self-Organisation: Why this question now? Why this question here? Mick Wilson
17.30 Presentation 1: Invited Guest Speaker 1 (to be confirmed)
18.30 Preliminary Research on Self-Organisation in Some African Contexts
Stretched Research Team Members
19.00 Presentation 2: Invited Guest Speaker 2 (to be confirmed)
20.00 Closing remarks
Organised by Valand Academy, University of Gothenburg.
Event details are subject to change. See also Facebook event.
This event is part of the Research Pavilion’s Camino Events series, a cross-artistic program which consists of screenings, concerts, seminars, artist talks, performances and interventions from over 100 artists and artistic-researchers from art universities of Northern Europe.
The Research Pavilion is created and hosted by Uniarts Helsinki, and realized together with the Norwegian Artistic Research Programme and the Swedish Art Universities’ collaboration Konstex in co-operation with the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna and Zurich University of the Arts.