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‘When you exit the University you take that shit with you’ Intra-Institutional Practices

Authors Onkar Kular
Published in Arter – Space for Art Tomtom Mahallesi, İstiklal Caddesi 211, Beyoğlu, İstanbul, Turkey
Publication year 2018
Published at School of Design and Crafts
Language en
Keywords Design, Pedagogic & Intra-Institutional practices
Subject categories Arts


What are the urgencies of design and architecture pedagogies in contested territories? How can pedagogies reveal and bring ways of unlearning and undoing? What would be the methodologies of decolonization pedagogies? Can alternative approaches in education and research reach beyond established institutional structures, and through transversal and collective approaches make difference in transforming knowledge, thus shaping design and architecture practice today? Urgent Pedagogies was a half-day public event, that invited professional educators and pedagogical practitioners from the fields of design and architecture, to present on-going educational practices, discuss cases and focus on the question of methodologies and means of pedagogies. From 20th century utopian design and social approaches, to border ecologies and occupations, these sessions and panels will focus on cases from contested geographies of Palestine to Cyprus, as well as examples of local school initiations, and pedagogical platforms in contra-urban and periphery conditions. The seminar included contributions from: Sepake Angiama, Markus Bader, Jan Boelen, Magnus Ericson, Joseph Grima, Sandi Hilal, Peter Lang, Tor Lindstrand, Pelin Tan, Mark Wigley, Merve Gül Özokcu.

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