Workshop led by Erik Hagoort
An event which accompanies the residency of students from the MFA St. Joost Den Bosch, NL at Bucharest Air
Time: 12 & 13 April 2014
tranzit.ro/ București, Str. Gazelei, nr. 44, sector 4
The workshop is open to participants; you can register by email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ioana Gheorghiu).
Art & Reciprocity is a workshop proposed and led by Erik Hagoort, a hands-on workshop to explore reciprocity in social art practice. The aim is to develop a sensibility for the dynamics of reciprocity, in three sessions: Theory > Practice > Play
- What is reciprocity? How does it work? What are its dynamics?
- Why does reciprocity appeal so much to contemporary artists?
- Do social art practices indeed hold the promise of reciprocity?
- Do social art practices also question, criticize, or contest reciprocity? And if so, how?
Erik Hagoort (born in 1962, based in the Netherlands) is a theorist, curator and tutor at the master fine art course of the Academy of Art and Design St. Joost in Den Bosch/ Breda, the Netherlands.
The two-year master programme Fine Arts at AKV | St.Joost supports artists in their ambition to deepen and strengthen their practice. The programme provides students with an enhanced foundation for a lifelong career as an artist.
Bucharest Air, established in 2010, functions as a non-profit organization, ran and managed by artists Tudor Bratu, Alice Gancevici, Remus Puscariu, and Ioana Gheorghiu. Bucharest Air aims at generating and maintaining a high level platform for cultural exchange in Bucharest.