12 July 2019, Discussion at Truth-Dare-Art Social Practice Forum
Felicie Kertudo's Notes
One of the participant is very excited, as she owns a space and she is wondering about what she should do about this space. There were tensions beforehand, as the space was occupied by a bar that was disturbing. The challenge is to be able to involve all communities, including people living on the edges of the city centre.
Truth Dare Art: Focus Group 5
Q. Disruption as agonism; when can conflict become a productive space in radical practice?
Q. How can we contextualise ourselves/our art practice, not extract it? (we are not stuck in traffic, we are the traffic)
Q. Can we identify local sites of resistance in ourselves, in our town, in the world, as “the teacher”?
Q. If the margin is what defines us, can we stretch/redefine the margin as a creative productive dialogic learning/teaching space?
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