A workshop facilitated by Caroline Woolard.
The workshop invites you to an open process of developing ideas and working on questions regarding institutional frameworks and their underlying structures, relations, and power systems. Together, we hope to critically reflect on experiences, collectively experiment with ideas surrounding co-designing institutional policies and procedures, and imagine new forms of governance and decision-making that could better serve its communities and publics.
Caroline Woolard is an artist, educator, and the Chief Culture Officer at Open Collective, a technology platform that supports 15,000 groups to raise and spend $35 million a year in full transparency. Woolard is a founding co- organizer of Art.coop which exists to grow the Solidarity Economy movement by centering systems change work led by artists.
This event is part of the ongoing series agrupa, which focuses on divergent perspectives, spaces in-between, and new ways of assembling and disassembling. With talks, workshops, screenings, and performances it explores the potentiality of intervention as a form of participatory art regarding different publics and institutions.
Zeit & Ort
28.04.2023 | 13:00 - 15:00
SFB 1512 Intervenierende Künste
The event is designed and organized by João Gabriel Rizek, Luise Marie Willer and Tobias Rosen from project A02 and Lena Pozdnyakova, who is associated at the CRC, in cooperation with Janette Helm from project Reflection. It is part of the laboratory format Future Lab.
If you want to join, please contact Tobias Rosen: firstname.lastname@example.org