“What does it mean to work against the institution you work for?” | Episode 2: Art Institutions
Erasmus School of Colour and Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge present:
“What does it mean to work against the institution you work for?” In a series of events we will explore this question, posed by Fred Moten and Stefano Harney, through the experiences of people who work for institutions whose violent structures they want to dismantle. In this second episode we present this question to people working within Dutch art institutions.
Simon(e) van Saarloos (Curator, performer, interviewer and teacher at the Ecology Futures MA)
Leana Boven (Curator, cultural programmer and researcher)
Dean Bowen (Poet and performer)
Arjîn Elgersma (KLAUW Collective Resident DJ and organizer at KLAUW and Master student Engaging Public Issues)
Malique Mohamud (Writer, director, performer and program maker)
Nia Nikoladze (Master student Sociology, ESOC board member)
Alyssa Renfurm (Master student Sociology, ESOC board member)
ESOC: Erasmus School of Colour is a collective that works towards dismantling racist, patriarchal and ableist structures within and beyond the university. They want to establish a safe and accessible environment for marginalized groups. It organizes different small- and large-scale events and has a reading group that is open for everyone and is meant to be a safe, healing and educating space for all who participate.
EVENT WILL BE RECORDED
Please fill in the sign up form if you want to attend the event via Zoom. You will receive the Zoom link shortly before the event starts! The event will be recorded and shared on this page afterwards.