Banu Beyer: How art education is conquering the exhibition space
Friday, March 2, 2018, 9:15 am
Cultural facilities are increasingly becoming »smart«, i.e. intelligently equipped venues of art experience. The aim is to attract new target groups through innovative, digital services. In such a landscape, how can ambitious and »smart« artistic education find its place? The ZKM | Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe is presenting an incredibly innovative art exhibition in the form of its »Open Codes. Living in Digital Worlds« exhibition. The exhibition acts synchronously as a venue for art and aesthetics, programming, knowledge, leisure activities and is accepted as a personal »sphere of action« by a wide public.
In this workshop, we would like to try out and scrutinise the possibilities of participation, which can arise through the innovative venue, as actions of art education. Participants will experience the exhibition space as their own sphere of action and obtain an intensive insight into the educational programme of the ZKM.
Number of participants: max. 20 people
Art Educator. Born in Istanbul in 1966, she works at the ZKM as an education researcher and art educator with a focus on media art. Her work focuses on an »artistic communication« of art and aims to embed aesthetic actions into all areas of life, e.g. everyday social media use.