Ongoing

Culture for Solidarity is a project run by European Cultural Foundation (The Netherlands), Krytyka Polityczna (Poland) and ZEMOS98 (Spain). In the process of developing the methodology of their research they have organized a panel in which I have been invited with other experts to review their methodological approach and help them reflect upon it. The meeting will be held in Seville (February/March, 2018).

 

Culture Commons Quest Office has been invited by the Belgian embassy to present our research in Berlin (February 2018). We will be having different public meetings and events in different locations in Berlin. More coming soon…

 

Frame is a biannual journal of literary studies, which publishes articles by international theorists along with important lectures, interviews, and critical reviews. For their Fall/Winter issue 2017 titled Precarious Work Precarious Life, sociologist Pascal Gielen and myself wrote an article about how the art field can function as a battle field from where to test counter-hegemonic labour organization based on the Commons or processes of Commoning.

 

Artists Iñaki Álvarez and Ariadna Rodriguez, integrants of the collective NyamNaym, have asked me to collaborate with them in a really intriguing project called The microbes will have the last word funded by BcnProducció 2017/18. More coming soon…

 

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What’s the Use?  co-edited by Steven Ten Thije, Nick Aikens, Thomas Lang and Jorinde Seijdel and published by Valiz.

 

ARIA
PHD research grant by the prestigious Odysseus Grant of the Flemish Scientific Fund at the Antwerp Research Institute for the Arts (ARIA). The research is executed by an interdisciplinary team directed by sociologist Pascal Gielen at the Culture Commons Quest Office.