About the part that art plays in a globalising society

Framer Framed

12 Sep 2020
16:00 - 18:00

Launch: Errant Journal #1, When Are We?

Framer Framed and Errant Journal are very happy to invite you to the launch of Errant’s first issue titled When Are We? about the politics of time and the mechanisms of exclusion intrinsic to terms such as ‘contemporary’ and ‘modern’. After an introduction of Errant Journal by editor-in-chief Irene de Craen, Rolando Vazquez and Lara Khaldi will give presentations that build on their contributions to this first issue.

Errant Journal No. 1 launch event. Photo: © Betul Ellialtioglu / Framer Framed


Credit

Errant Journal is an international publication for cultural theory and practice aimed at bringing together diverse local perspectives on a global scale. By embracing the limits of our situated knowledge and the meaninglessness of a singular vantage point, Errant questions the politics of knowledge and representation through language, art and other disciplines. With its decolonial and pluriversal approach to themed issues related to (a.o.) geo/body-politics, museology, ecocide, and activism, it aims to connect theory with practice in an expansive field of knowledge.

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Editor-in-chief and founding director
Irene de Craen

Co-publisher and founding partner
Framed Framed

Errant Journal launch event. Photo © Betul Ellialtioglu / Framer Framed



Ecology / Colonial history / Museology /

Agenda


Launch: Errant Journal #4, States of Statelessness
Errant Journal is a concept by Irene de Craen, realised in collaboration with Framer Framed
Launch: Errant Journal #3, DISCOMFORT
Errant Journal is a concept by Irene de Craen, realised in collaboration with Framer Framed
Launch: Errant Journal #2, Slow Violence
Errant Journal is a concept by Irene de Craen, realised in collaboration with Framer Framed

Network


Lara Khaldi

Independent curator and critic

Irene de Craen

Writer, researcher and curator

Rolando Vázquez

Professor of Sociology