29 SES 02 B, Arts Education and Technologies
This project is based on two main branches. A branch that is working electronic platforms for arts education, putting them at the service of students and their emancipation, and another one that develops theoretical framework and reflection on that action.
We are particularly interested in rerooting the technology to the needs of art students and subvert the apparatuses that are currently serving the instruction and supervision of those students.
The practical work we present is the result of an electronic platform in a class of K12 design students. One of the main purposes was the monitoring of PAP (career aptitude test) that all students of technical professionals have to do at the end of the course. It is above all a space that is built through a collaborative process with the students and where their experience is taken into account. As such, they participate and change the platform. Definitely it is a space with different guidelines concerning control and supervision .
Within the mentioned axes, classes and the platform open times and spaces of permanent opposition between instruction/emancipation, education/art, technology/culture, hierarchy/anarchy, art/language. Our action and reflection are inscribed within a theoretical framework constituted by the works of Rancière, McLuhan, Baudrillard, Agamben, Foucault and Walter Benjamin. We hypothesized education and ICT as apparatuses at the service of the implosion of the Real and as the configurators of the present Simulacrum. Moreover, we use research on art and education as a laboratory to break the Simulacrum; and breathe in the Open resulting from that interruption, and the dismantlement and profanation of the involved apparatuses.
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