A Consensus Class: Adventures in Collaborative Decision Making
Thursday 20 January 2022
In-person workshop facilitated by Rabindranath X Bhose
Exploring consensus decision making as a method, the workshop will use a conversational framework to incorporate opinions from each participant in the creation of a collaborative outcome. Using the structures, rhythms and hand gestures of this method the group will discover collaboratively what we can learn through negotiating an organisational structure together, in this instance a dynamic manifesto outlining the form of art school we need today.
This workshop forms part of The Ignorant Art School Sit-in Curriculum #2.
This is a limited capacity in-person event on the second floor of Cooper Gallery.
Rabindranath X Bhose grew up in London and lives and works in Glasgow. He graduated from the Ruskin School of Art in 2016 with a BFA in Fine Art and completed the School of the Damned DIY MA Art Programme in 2019. He has been a committee member at Market Gallery since 2018. Recent exhibitions and performances include; At Practise, David Dale (2021); Platform, Edinburgh Art Festival (2020), Digital Slip, Double Okay (2020), All vibrating fur, Civic House (2019); SINC, Backlit (2019) and A Small Pause To Unfold, Keir Street (2019).
- Rabindranath X Bhose, I'm Calling You From Nowhere, 2019. Photo: Jamie Sorensen
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