Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

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Ilga Minjon

Ilga Minjon

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Ilga Minjon (they/them) is a curator, researcher and educator with a focus on public space, ecology, and digital culture. In their work they aim to weave together and facilitate future imaginaries from practices that speculated on the physical senses and (networked) relations, as well as queer, decolonial and feminist re-writings of belonging.

At Stroom Den Haag they have curated, among others, Attempst to Read the World (Differently): Three Exhibitions in Five Acts, with Max de Waard, Monira al Qadiri and Jean Katambayi Mukendi, Lawrence Lek: Nøtel The Hague , Yvonne Dröge Wendel: To Be To Gather ; and From the Sea to the Clouds to the Soil , a group exhibition mapping kinship relations across time and technologies with Femke Herregraven, Risk Hazekamp, ​​Urok Shirhan, Yeon Sung and Natasha Tontey. They have initiated and curated the Uncertainty Seminars , an ongoing cycle of experimental exchanges, platforming interdisciplinary ways to imagine uncertainty as a cultural strategy.

As a tutor at Design Academy Eindhoven, Ilga is part of a teaching collective conducting a course in contextual studies and design research for the Bachelor program. They are part of a collective Reading Vigil for Palestine , a group of people who gather on Dam square in Amsterdam daily since November 2023, to read about Palestine in public space until a permanent ceasefire. The readings, recorded in full, are broadcast monthly on the Palestinian online radio station, Radio Alhara.



Symposium: Stressing Solidarity - Witnessing Palestine through Art and Architecture
Een symposium over Palestijnse kunst en erfgoed geïnitieerd door de Teach-in Series werkgroep van de Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis