F**king Up: Learning from Mistakes in Art and Education
Third Wednesdays, 7pm-8:30pm
Supported by A Blade of Grass, OurGoods.org, and Eyebeam
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From experimental restaurants to performative lectures, from social networks to public protests, artistic practices that focus on group work are gaining visibility. Whether contemporary enthusiasm for social practices comes from a desire for deep interaction in synchronous time, or from austerity measures and the poverty of the welfare state, these social practice must be addressed. Fucking Up is a lecture series that asks artists, educators, and curators to speak openly about mistakes and possibilities in collaboration, documentation, narration, and commitment. Please join these free public conversations at Eyebeam on the third Wednesday of the month from March through June.
Who gets to speak up?
A candid conversation about collaboration and participation with Huong Ngo,Christopher Robbins, and Kerry Downey
Why are you taking so many photographs?
A candid conversation about documentation and ethics with curators Laurel Ptak and Natasha Marie Llorens
How will you talk about what happened?
A candid conversation about narrative, exhibitions, and history with Larissa Harris and Eve Tuck
How long will you work on this?
A candid conversation about responsibility, commitment, and institutions with denisse andrade and Mimi McGurl
People: A Blade of Grass, Caroline Woolard, OurGoods