Anik Fournier teaches contemporary art theory in the Fine Arts department of ArtEZ Arnhem (BEAR-Base for Experiment, Art and Research). She is part of the team of If I Can’t Dance, I Don’t Want To Be Part Of Your Revolution, an organisation dedicated to exploring the evolution and typology of performance and performativity in contemporary art.
Since obtaining her doctorate from the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis, she has given guest lectures at the University of Amsterdam, the Sandberg Institute and the School for New Dance Development. Previously she was a resident at the Banff Research in Culture, and a curatorial fellow with the Whitney Museum Independent Study Program in New York. Recent curatorial projects include Art Newsroom at Circa Dit, Arnhem (with Lado Darakhvelidze) and Lets Play, Lux Nijmegen (with Andree van de Kerkhove). She is co-author of Undercurrents: Experimental Ecosystems in Recent Art.
Anik Fournier has been our guest at Revolt (see film programme in Arnhem) and at Lost in Transition where she organized and hosted together with Andree van de Kerckhove the workshop: Intravidual: undoing or transforming fixed identities through three modes of listening, with ICHEE (choreographer/scenographer) & Elke van Campenhout (artistic researcher/dramaturg) & Caroline Ruijgrok (visual artist).
Identity in a changing world
one day festival16 Mar '17