Together we will be reading and discussing an excerpt from J. K. Gibson-Graham's "Postcapitalist Politics".
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Pelin Tan is a Sociologist and art historian based in Mardin, Turkey. 6th recipient of the Keith Haring Art&Activism (NewYork) and Senior Researcher at the Center for Arts, Design, and Social Research (Boston). Currently, visiting professor at the Human Rights Program at Bard College. Her research focuses on transversal methodology, alternative pedagogies and surplus/labor conditions in art and architecture. She co-directed film series 2084 on the future of art and society with artist Anton Vidokle. Tan is the lead author of Cities report of ipsp.org and a member of the curatorial board of IBA Stuttgart 2027. Her publications: 2000+: Urgencies in Architectural Theory (Columbia Univ. 2016), Climates: Architecture and The Planetary Imaginary (Columbia Univ., 2017), The Silent University: Toward-Transversal Pedagogy (Sternberg Press, 2016), Autonomous Archiving (as Artikisler Collective, Istanbul, 2017), Istanbul's Surplus (as Artikisler Collective, Istanbul, 2014), Doing Tolerance: Democracy, Citizenship and Social Protests, Barbara Budrich 2020), Radical Pedagogies (Sternberg Press, 2020)
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