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On the relation between contemporary art and humour.
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Husni-Bey, A. (2017). The Reading, Interview, Radio Papesse
The artist presents her recent project for the Italian Pavillion at the 57th Art Biennale in Venice.
Husni-Bey, A. (2014). Postcards from the Desert Island. Video interview, Kadist Foundation.
In conversation with curator and writer Ilaria Gianni, the artist presents her video installation, which documents the children’s organisational methods, their approaches to the problematics raised by self-governance and by the possibility of imagining institutions and social relations from scratch.
Husni-Bey, A. (2013). The Inclusion, Interview, David Roberts Art Foundation.
The artist talks about her practice and profound interest in radical pedagogy as a foundation for alternative social imaginaries.
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Sternfeld N. (2010, March).Unglamorous Tasks: What Can Education Learn from its Political Traditions?, E-flux Journal.
Sternfeld N. (2014). Sailing – In search of Radical Education, dont take the Next Turn. CUMMA PAPERS #10, Department of Art, Aalto University, Helsinki.
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On humour understood as a tertium quid between palliation and world-changing action.