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Video Portraits, Video Essays & Video Registrations of Event

In the Studium Generale programme you will find several commissioned video portraits made by Irene Constandse and Kees Veling. But you can also find video essays made by artists and registrations of various events in our video collection.

Lina Bravo Mora: Paths for the creative construction of Peace cultures

Video essay Future Justice: an inquiry into the way things are/were/should be

video by Lina Bravo Mora – 29 November 2021
dossier: Future Justice
For Lina Bravo Mora, art is a practice of care and a means of knowledge construction. Her main interest is to find paths for the creative construction of Peace cultures. In her essay for the Future Justice series, she discusses some aspects of her research with clay – which she perceives of as a non-human educator – and pedagogy. She shows different of her artistic and educational projects. This beautiful juxtaposition builds around Lina’s vision of future justice.
To exist on the earth is not to manage or own it, but to participate in the dissing adventure of matter.Lavery, 2019 pp. 262
Lina Bravo Mora was born in Bogotá, Colombia. She has a B.S in Anthropology and a Med in Arts and Education. She works inter-disciplinarily and un-disciplinarily within the art, social sciences, ecology, and education fields. For Lina, art is a practice of care and a means for knowledge construction. She works with storytelling, and with plastic and visual arts, especially ceramics, installation, video, and recently radio. Walking, recognizing, and mapping the territory is a fundamental part of her individual and collective research processes. Her thinking roots in the philosophies of “El Buen Vivir”, decolonial, and feminist thinking. Her main interest is to find paths for the creative construction of Peace cultures.
About Future Justice
'Future Justice' is a programme that invites young artists, researchers and educators to help unpack the idea of a future that is based on justice. Out of deep concern for the world, which is marked by a climate crisis as well as a social and political crisis, ArtEZ studium generale commissioned the publication series 'Future Justice'.

It is a series of publications in which students and alumni of ArtEZ present their visions of the future. 'Future Justice' aims at unfolding alternative ideas of justice, which are informed by ideas of collectivity, care, restoration, non-violence and compassion. In doing so, the series takes a kaleidoscopic, hopeful and meaningful look at the future.

'Future Justice' is a programme commissioned by ArtEZ studium generale it is carried out by the ArtEZ Professorship Aesthetics & Cultures of Technology in cooperation with the ArtEZ Honours Programme.