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(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY

Six Degrees editor and New Museum Seminars co-organizer Taraneh Fazeli introduces the series “(Temporary) Collection of Ideas around CHOREOGRAPHY” in relation to the forms of impassioned study and… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: OUTCOME

Emily Baierl contributes to our collective glossary-building with an entry on OUTCOME, the final of seven successive posts on terms associated with social practice, initiated via an open call. It is… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: RESPONSIBILITY

Artist Jenny Perlin and curator Nova Benway contribute to our collective glossary-building with an entry on RESPONSIBILITY, the sixth of seven successive posts on terms associated with social practice,… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: PARTICIPATION

Andrea Liu contributes to our collective glossary-building with an entry on PARTICIPATION, the fifth of seven successive posts on terms associated with social practice, initiated via an open call. The… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: RESEARCH

Hakan Topal contributes to our collective glossary-building with an entry on RESEARCH, the fourth of seven successive posts on terms associated with social practice, initiated via an open call. A reference… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: TRUST

Emily Zimmerman contributes to our collective glossary-building with an entry on TRUST, the third of seven successive posts on terms associated with social practice, initiated via an open call. Socially… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: ENGAGEMENT

Megan Heuer contributes to our collective glossary-building with an entry on ENGAGEMENT, the second of seven successive posts on terms associated with social practice, initiated via an open call. The… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: CONSCIOUSNESS

Wendy Vogel contributes to our collective glossary-building with an entry on CONSCIOUSNESS, the first of seven successive posts on terms associated with social practice, initiated via an open call. “Whose… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice: Part 2/2

“Whose Terms?” was conceived as a dual-form project the Department of Education and Public Engagement started in late Spring to look at some of the conditions, agendas, and priorities that operate… Read more

Whose Terms? A Glossary for Social Practice Part 1/2

Lately, in the Department of Education, we’ve been considering how various indexes, particularly the glossary form, might be used to get specific about subjects that warrant further critical attention.… Read more

04/22/14
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