“Education can be an act of resistance or a protocol to find new ways of being together. I also understand art as an area of knowledge through which we can achieve to no longer be together as an obligation."
To give shape to the inhabited space is a human need by nature, but what geometric form do we give to the space that exists between those who inhabit it? How do we configure the public space we share? Departing from questions and questionings, this laboratory is conceived as a tool for exchanging and building new models of learning, understanding, and communication between the participants and their environment. At the same time, it is conceived as a form of resistance to socially established conventions and rules, to examine new possibilities of experiencing the places we inhabit and share. The exercises proposed will aim to discover and understand our universes as an infinity of erratic micro-events, using words as a plastic material, time as a container, learning as a system of thought, and art as a place. Thus, the immersion with the participants is more an invitation to take walks or make gestures in specific spaces without given goals, rather than writing an open and collaborative map based on walking without a fixed route.
“Fourth World or a Classroom Without Infrastructure” is a free formative project open to artists and students interested in educational processes, school teachers, and people related to the fields of teaching and learning.