Offside effect : academy as exhibitionLanguage : EnglishUtrecht : Metropolis M, 201396 orrialde : zuri-beltzeko argazkiak ; 24 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeISBN : 978-90-818302-2-5.Offside effect, academy as exhibition Issued with : Metropolis M
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Over the last decade, art education has been confronted time and again with neo-liberal thought and attitudes. As a result of this, art education has turned slowly but surely into a specific product focused on quantifiable and verifiable end results manifested and legitimized by the rhetoric of marketing and efficiency. The 1st Tbilisi triennial (Offside effect, Tbilisi 2012), curated by Henk Slager and Wato Tsereteli, concentrated on the potential of educational platforms outside the Bologna rules. In a forum-like display system, a number of keynote artists and lecturers in collaboration with their students from a dozen of experimental academies from all over the world presented their strategic ways of working. This publication's goal is to not only document the 1st Tbilisi triennial, but to also incite further diagnoses and developments in the debate on current art academies and their contexts.