Marina Gržinić - What forms of resistance can survive /within the academy and in public space/ in neoliberal global capitalism?
Created: 13. 1. 2016 from Vysoká škola uměleckoprůmyslová v Praze

Marina Grzinic - Lecture

What forms of resistance can survive /within the academy and in public space/ in neoliberal global capitalism?


18. 1. 2016 at 6 pm

Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague
nám. Jana Palacha 80, Praha 1, room 115


Global capitalism is accelerating violently, people are deported, misery is at its peak, institutions of all sorts are becoming selective, closed and not open, controlling. What kind of art proposals and positions we can embrace for a possible political position in art, culture and the social? Lecture on theory and arts.

Marina Grzinic  PhD, is a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna and a researcher at the FI SRC SASA (Institute of Philosophy at the Scientific and Research Center of the Slovenian Academy of Science and Arts) Ljubljana.


 Marina Grzinic - Workshop

From art to education and back: possibilities of a political committed educational process In neoliberal global capitalism

19. 1. 2016, 11 am – 6 pm

Academy of Fine Arts in Prague
U Akademie 4, Praha 7, Studio of Intermedia Work III



Text Mbembe, Necropolitics, 2003

Critical reading coordinator, Marina Grzinic

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Does it make sense to declare university politically neutral space?

What is the role of education nowadays?

What is the methodology of artistic education and why isn't it developing at all, if so how?

What forms of resistance can survive within the academy?

Administrative power groups controlling different voting systems, methods of group decision making, how not to get stuck at inflexible rules and still to be open to newcomers.

 The question of how the academically "marginal" countries are in the center of western research, but not included in academically organized debates.

 What are the possibilities of post-soviet countries?

How these countries started to perceive themselves as politically "neutral" after having been once strongly politically engaged.