Notes to Future Students — Micaela Terk, Co-facilitator of the Embodied Knowledge Bureau with Extra Intra, in conversation with Public Sandberg
Extra Intra is a website initiated by the Editorial Board Intercurricular Programs of the Gerrit Rietveld Academie.
- Extra Intra provides an overview of present and previous intercurricular initiatives at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie.
- Furthermore, Extra Intra, will function as an online stage for new intercurricular platforms.
- Thirdly, Extra Intra is the website on which the editorial board will publish content.
Future Practices is the title of the multi-year framework within which the editorial board works in the coming years. With this framework the editorial board aims to stimulate interest in interdisciplinary and trans-departmental collaborations in connection with and in preparation for the professional practices in the future. It raises questions such as: where is the potential of the intercurricular programs in relation to future (art) education? What does studio practice and material research look like in the future and what role do the workshops play in this? How are students prepared for a field that is constantly evolving? How do they want to manifest themselves after their studies? Future practices concerns students and teachers from all departments.
Within the framework of Future Practices, the editorial board has decided to focus on ten topics:Embodiment; Relationality; Future Pedagogy; Future Commons; Future of Materialisation; Future art and design economies; Ecology; Technology; Philosophy; Future Politics and Future Feminism.On this website the editorial board will publish content in relation to these ten topics, in collaboration with actors inside and outside the academy.
The aim of the intercurricular platforms is to add an enriching (extra) layer of content, without supplanting regular education. An intercurricular platform stimulates interdisciplinary and trans-departmental cooperation and/or establishes links with actors outside the academy, through projects in which cooperation, self-organisation, research and new ways of working are central.The editorial board aims to provoke new ways of collaboration, between students and teachers, departments, workshops and departments etc, manifested in the new intercurricular platforms as well as on this website.
Members of the Editorial Board: Joram Kraaijeveld (chair), Elisabeth Klement, Rasha Dakkak, Ben Zegers, Jurgen Bey, Gleb Maiboroda, Nell Schwan, Luca Heydt, Tessa Verheul, Rosie Haward.