Learning Feral Ways of Transformation
In solidarity with the ongoing protests and manifestations against inequality and police violence in Colombia, the workshop organizers are cancelling this event.
EVENT UPDATE MAY 6th 2021
As a result of the ongoing protest and manifestations against inequality and police violence in Colombia, Colombian student participants are on strike. In our support for their decision and the call for equality and fight against violence, we, the organizers of the workshop are cancelling it. Please see more information below:
- A bit of context: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-56986821
- The Universidad de los Andes student council ig account with info about the strike: https://www.instagram.com/rad.uniandes/
- The Universidad de los Andes student strike ig account: https://www.instagram.com/arqdis_en_paro/
- One of the street interventions designed by the students of Universidad de los Andes on ig: https://www.instagram.com/en_tendedero/
Original event description
Sprouting from the Feral Creative Practices track, this workshop invites students from creative areas working with socio-ecological themes to share their favorite tangible, digital or imaginary tools that can assist, provoke and advance socio-ecological transformations in troubled times.
Participants will be asked to bring examples of the sets of tools – cards, cookbooks, manifestos, guidelines, and similar – that they are working with and share them with others.
We want to understand what it takes to learn how to design in troubled times while reflecting how transformational creative practices operate in different social contexts and environments.
🌱Interested students (individuals or in groups) should send a one-page proposal with a short statement of interest in the workshop theme, with an example of a tool they want to bring to the discussion. Please send those proposals to email@example.com, no later than Thursday 6th May, midnight [Anywhere on Earth]🌱
Andrea Botero, Jaz hee-jeong Choi, Cristina Ampatzidou & Leonardo Parra Agudelo
Andrea, Jaz & Cristina are researchers and creative practitioners working together in the CreaTures project, where they are responsible for all things feral. CreaTures (Creative Practices for Transformational Futures) is a three-year EU funded project that investigates the role that transformational creative practice plays in helping people to imagine and to build socially and environmentally sustainable futures. Leonardo Parra Agudelo who is joining these three creatures at the festival, is an assistant professor in the Design Department, Faculty of Architecture and Design at Universidad de los Andes.