Evening Class at the Iceland Academy of the Arts in Reykjavík

A representative of Evening Class joined 'Hugarflug 2018' a cross-disciplinary art and design conference at the Iceland Academy of the Arts in Reykjavik, presenting the collective approaches and the various experiments we have been conducting over the past two years.

The panel led to an engaging discussion with the students and the university staff on topics such as self-organised education, support structures and collective knowledge, after which we read parts of the publication 'Training for exploitation?' written by the Precarious Workers Brigade.

"Hugarflug is an annual conference on artistic research organised by Iceland Academy of the Arts. The conference is an important platform for a critical discussion on artistic research and knowledge creation, drawing on a wide array of approaches, methods, subjects and forms of dissemination in this emerging field. One of its core aims is to offer a safe space for open-ended questions, experimental processes and uncertain research results".


Posted by: Nicola Chemotti