Long-Term Project

2017–ONGOING

BAK Summer School

Yoonis Osman Nuur and Michiel Bot in discussion at the BAK Summer School: Art in a Time of Interregnum, BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht, 2017

The BAK Summer School is an advanced, interdisciplinary course that brings together those involved in arts, academia, and activisms to collectively think through, learn about, and imagine critical, politically-informed artistic practices that grasp and influence our dramatically changing times.

Artists, curators, activists, and theorists convene workshops, presentations, study groups, texts, screenings, and lectures that center alternative and collective artistic practices, contemporary constructions of “we,” institutional structuring, looming and present fascisms, and art as a space for envisioning and actualizing ways of being together otherwise.

This is a discourse-driven course organized by BAK, basis voor actuele kunst, Utrecht in collaboration with HKU University of the Arts Utrecht and Utrecht Summer School. A limited amount of scholarships are available.

 

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  • 2007–ONGOING

    Learning

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  • 2017–ONGOING

    Propositions for Non-Fascist Living

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  • 2014–2017

    Future Vocabularies

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  • 2017

    To Seminar

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  • 2008–2016

    Former West

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  • 2013–2016

    New World Academy

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  • 2006–2015

    Research in Residence

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  • 2011

    Call the Witness

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  • 2007

    Citizens and Subjects

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  • 2006

    Concerning “Knowledge Production” (Practices in Contemporary Art)

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  • 2004–2005

    Who if not we…? 7 episodes on (ex)changing Europe

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  • 2005

    Concerning War

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