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Educating otherwise: access as a process and an aesthetic

Nina Muehlemann's lecture is part of our continuing education program EDUCATING OTHERWISE developed by Mayar El-Bakry, Maya Ober and Laura Pregger – funded by FHNW Aktionsplan Chancengleichheit 2017-2020.

Both educational and theatre institutions assume a normative relationship between bodyminds, space and time. Institutions try to reduce the barriers that are consistently (re)errected through the assumption of this norm through "reasonable" adjustments and checklists. With her theory on "Crip Spacetime" disability scholar Margaret Price argues that access needs to be understood as a continuous process that unfolds through space and time. Using disability theory as well as her own experiences working in cultural and academic spaces, Nina Muehlemann discusses the creative posibilities that arise when access is understood as a process and an aesthetic

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Nina Muehlemann (*1983 in Zurich) is an artist and disability scholar. In 2017 she completed her PhD at King’s College London in Disability Studies and Performance Studies. She has taught at King’s College London, ZHdK and is currently teaching at the University of Basel. From 2018-2019 she was co-director of the Future Clinic for Critical Care, a socio-culturally animated theatre practice project, with performances at Gessnerallee Zurich and Impulstanz Wien. Since 2020 she is co-director of Criptonite, a queer-crip theatre project at Gessnerallee Zurich.

Link zur Zoom-Lecture von Nina Muehlemann:
fhnw.zoom.us/j/95688167264?pwd=RmJLOVlVT0NtSWVqKy9xWDR2U2JwQT09
Meeting ID: 956 8816 7264
Passcode: EduOther20

Datum und Zeit

08.04.2021 17:30 - 19:30 iCal

Ort

Link zur Zoom-Lecture von Nina Muehlemann:
fhnw.zoom.us/j/95688167264?pwd=RmJLOVlVT0NtSWVqKy9xWDR2U2JwQT09
Meeting ID: 956 8816 7264
Passcode: EduOther20 

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Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst

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