Education Program, Exhibition

24 June–03 July 2016

Caulfield, Cauliflower, and other Vegetables (A Possible Dialectics On The Politics Of Misunderstanding)

Kristina Orszaghova (MaHKU), photo

From 24 June to 3 July 2016, BAK’s exhibition space is one of the venues for the MaHKU graduation show Caulfield, Cauliflower, and other Vegetables (A Possible Dialectics On The Politics Of Misunderstanding).

Other venues are the Academiegalerie, Minrebroederstraat 16, Utrecht, and the Universiteitsmuseum, Lange Nieuwstaat 106, Utrecht. The MaHKU is the MA trajectory in Fine Art at HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht, and a long time collaboration partner in Learning Place, BAK’s platform for education and talent development.

Contributions to this exhibition, curated by Markus Miessen, by: Marija Angelovska, Goeun Choi, Stavroulla Gregoriou, Ola Hassanain, Kathy Holowko, Willem Holtrop, Pooja Hukku, Kristina Országhová, KT Rangnick, Constanze Schreiber, Iliana Soriano, and Felipe Zapata Zuluaga.

To mark the exhibition Caulfield, Cauliflower, and other Vegetables, MaHKU launches a publication containing contributions by the participating artists, as well as situating reflections by Markus Miessen, Henk Slager, Timo Feldhaus, and Flaka Haliti. Design by Dongyoung Lee.

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Screening

Screening

Performative Conference

30 June–01 July 2018

Propositions #6: The Temporary Institute for the Contemporary

Propositions #6: The Temporary Institute for the Contemporary marks the culmination of a vibrant and inspiring 2017/2018 pilot year of the BAK Fellowship Program. Through conversations, readings, and performances, the BAK Fellows share insights into their respective artistic research itineraries, as well as their common “collective dictionary” project.

Performance

Guided Tour

Workshop

17 May 2018, 14.00-16.30

Al Maeishah

Workshop by Campus in Camps

As part of the weeklong program Moving Together: Activism, Art and Education – A Week with Angela Davis, 2017/2018 BAK Fellows Isshaq Al-Barbary and Diego Segatto (Campus in Camps) lead a workshop at BAK.

Performative conference

25 November 2017

Assemblism

Propositions #2

Propositions #2: Assemblism is a day-long gathering that addresses the current rise of the new authoritarian world order, and the millions of bodies that have gathered in resistance in liberated autonomous zones, occupied buildings, city squares, prisons, and cultural spaces to collectively enact a different demand for egalitarian society.

Talks and conversations

10 February 2018

Art as Commitment

Propositions #3

Propositions #3: Art as Commitment is the third convening platform in BAK’s long-term research series Propositions for Non-Fascist Living (2017–2020), prompted by the dramatic resurfacing and normalization of historical and contemporary fascisms in our present.

Performative Conference

Performative conference

17 March 2018

Unpacking Aesthetics and the Far Right

Propositions #4

This is the fourth performative conference within the series Propositions for Non-Fascist Living (2017–2020). With contributions by Larne Abse Gogarty, Kader Attia, Angela Dimitrakaki and iLiana Fokianaki, Morgan Quaintance, Ana Teixeira Pinto, Harry Weeks, and Giovanna Zapperi.