FLAG collective: on practice and pedagogy

Artists often support their practices through some form of teaching, be this in a workshop or academic context. But how can this approach to livelihood inform practice and vice versa? Members of collective FLΔG talk about their perspective on the subject.

FLΔG is a group formed at Chelsea College of Art and Design in 2010, comprising of artists, students, former students, staff and researchers. They explore the relationship between art practices, art education, and pedagogy, looking at forms of knowledge production and dissemination in the art school and beyond.

FLΔG continues where the ‘educational turn’ in the art world left off, bringing re-examined art/ pedagogy dynamics back into the discursive arena and physical space of the art school, but also by engaging with galleries and related art spaces.

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