Jordi Ferreiro Other Supports Landmark  Residency

In his long-term research, artist Jordi Ferreiro is interested in exploring models of governance in art (and other) organisations. Combining this research and his interests in generating collaboration, self-organisation and horizontality in these structures, Ferreiro will collaborate with Bergen Kunsthall’s youth group Unge Kunstkjennere (UKK). During August and November 2018, they will explore together how an art institution can make space for a plurality of voices, actions and forms of self-direction. And, through a series of exploratory sessions, create a set of proposals for how to do this inside the Kunsthall.

With: Siv Bryn, Dino Dikic, Thea Haug, Linnea Halveg, Lisa Holmås, Selim Mutic.

Jordi Ferreiro (Barcelona, Spain) is an artist and educator whose projects use strategies based on institutional mediation, performative participation, play and experimental educational movements to interfere in the relations between institutions, art and audiences. These have included interactive tours, collaborative workshops, performative conferences and listening experiments. His research into organisational models has developed recently through the collaborative project ‘como imaginar una musea?’ (how to imagine a feminist museum?) - an ongoing attempt to re-think the art institution from a feminist perspective, run on concepts of collaboration, hospitality and shared access. He co-founded Departamento Exoterico at MACBA, Barcelona - a research department self-directed by students from different universities under the motto “What would you like to learn? What can you teach?”. He has carried out projects in international institutions, including Z33, Belgium; TEOR/éTica, Costa Rica; MAC Bogotá Museum of Contemporary Art, Columbia; and in Spain MACBA Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art; CaixaForum and La Casa Encendida, Madrid.

Part of 'Who's doing the washing up?' - a series of live commissions in autumn 2018 at Bergen Kunsthall exploring feminist organisational practices and modes of communication - and the structures that support these. Connecting to other parts of Bergen Kunsthall’s programme including Education, Landmark’s annual one-night festival POEKHALI! and Unge Kunstkjennere (UKK), the Kunsthall’s collective of young people.

Supported by Re-Imagine Europe, co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union. Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) also supports this residency and commission at Bergen Kunsthall through the Programme for the Internationalisation of Spanish Culture (PICE), in the framework of the Mobility grants.

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