Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

Framer Framed

Drifting Curriculum

Drifting Curriculum

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Drifting Curriculum is a hybrid platform that conducts multidisciplinary curatorial research projects and experiments with new forms of learning through multispecies solidarity beyond humans as well as racial, gender, and generational boundaries based on indigenous knowledge from different cultures.

This flexible platform was conceived as an alternative form of learning and new practice, recognizing the limitations of the way numerous cultural institutions around the world, such as schools, museums, and art galleries, are responding to urgent requests for decolonization and decarbonization. In this platform that connects the digital space and the real social sites of each region from around the world, participants continuously “drift” and “move”, and experience a metamorphosis, a state in which the shapes of knowledge and practice constantly change their form. In this hybrid format, where knowledge and information are garnered and exchanged through nonlinear and collective routes, participants change their positions and practice learning by producing new knowledge in equal relationships with all objects.