Mahkuzine: Journal of Artistic Research
For four years now, MaHKUzine has been a platform for reflection and discussion in the context of the (international) situation of graduate art education. The MaHKUzine platform always interacts with debates and programs of the Utrecht Graduate School of Visual Art and Design (MaHKU) where the school is a Test Department investigating, generating, and testing research-based curricula for its Master of Arts programs. However, testing in this sense is not a traditional, immanent, academic ceremony, but rather an effect of a research environment and its collaborations with professional partners in the field. How to deal with the implications of research-based art education is always a core issue in those collaborations.
The Becoming Bologna Project, a satellite program of the Venice Biennale 2009, is an example of testing in a research-based professional collaboration project. In Tolentini - the entrance to the University of Venice (IUAV) - sixteen wall posters were presented as interventions in public space connected with topical PhD research projects. During the Biennale opening week, the presented projects were discussed in a two-day symposium where also the situation and position of graduate art education and its connection with research-based projects were part of the debates.
In addition to MaHKU, the Becoming Bologna Project included partners of the European Artistic Research Network(EARN): Gradcam, Dublin; Finnish Academy of Fine Art, Helsinki; IUAV, Venice; Malmö Art Academy; Sint-Lukas, Brussels; Slade School of Fine Art, London; and Vienna Academy of Fine Arts. Daniel Birnbaum, artistic director of the 2009 edition of the Venice Biennale, opened the symposium with a keynote statement. Birnbaum stressed the necessity of the art academy as experimental platform for production; an environment where artists are at work and think about models of presentation.
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