We invite you to read the article by Kuba Szreder on Art Review
Including reflections on IRI activities like the platform around the Art for UBI (manifesto) and The School of Mutation, one answer, argues sociologist Kuba Szreder, is that formal art education simply teaches students how to take part in the art market. Here Szreder, who helped set up the Free/Slow University of Warsaw, a set of discussions, strike actions and publications responding to art and academia’s frenetic pace, explores the potential that lies beyond the traditional institutions of art education.
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