Roundtables

ArtsEverywhere invites a convenor—either an individual, a team, or a partner organization—to pose a question as a provocation and invitation to several respondents from around the world. Some of the roundtables are responses to an ArtsEverywhere Inquiry or to other previously published work. Read the responses and join the conversation by submitting your own comment or response.

Artist Residencies: A Question of Time

Isin Önol,  Vienna, Austria/New York City, USA |  Tobi Maier,  São Paulo, Brazil |  Alia Swastika,  Yogyakarta, Indonesia |  Petros Touloudis,  Athens/Tinos, Greece |  Arquitectura Expandida,  Bogotá, Colombia |  Pakui Hardware,  Berlin, Germany/Vilnius, Lithuania |  Andrew Nicholls,  Perth, Australia |  Francisco Guevara,  Mexico City, Mexico & Lima, Peru |  Iaroslav Volovod,  Moscow, Russia |  Livia Alexander,  New York City, United States |  Dr. Travis Kelleher,  Perth, Australia | 

Radical Pedagogies as Living Experiments and Messy Affairs

Alessandra Pomarico,  New York City, United States / Lecce, Italy |  Manish Jain,  Udaipur, India | 

Education and Democracy Part 2

Jaroslav Anděl,  Prague, Czech Republic / New York City, United States |  Nicolas Buchoud,  Paris, France |  Lan-Phuong Phan,  Paris, France |  Thomas Krüger,  Berlin, Germany |  Yaacov Hecht,  Hadera, Israel |  Helena Signer,  São Paulo, Brazil | 

Education & Democracy

Jaroslav Anděl,  Prague, Czech Republic / New York City, United States |  Henry Giroux,  Toronto, Canada | 

Artist Safety / Safe Haven Hosting

Diana Ramarohetra,  Cape Town, South Africa |  Fatemeh Ekhtesari,  Lillehammer, Norway |  Laurence Cuny,  Dieulefit, France / Valencia, Spain |  Nforchu Mabelle Ngum,  Yaounde, Cameroon |  Sebastien Sanz Santamaria,  New York City, United States |  Ahmedur Rashid Chowdhury,  Norway |  David Maggs,  Woody Point, Canada |  Małgorzata Różańska,  Krakow, Poland |  Julie Trébault,  New York City, United States |  Khaled Barakeh,  Berlin, Germany |  Abazar Hamid,  Harstad, Norway |  Basma El Husseiny,  Beirut, Lebanon |  Manojna Yeluri,  Hyderabad, India |  Ashley Tucker,  New York City, United States |  Ivor Stodolsky & Marita Muukkonen,  Helsinki, Finland / Berlin, Germany | 

Artist (Residency) and the City

Livia Alexander,  New York City, United States |  Nat Muller,  Amsterdam, Netherlands |  Harutyun Alpetyan,  Yerevan, Armenia |  Francesca Fiore,  New York City & Bethel, United States |  Jakub Szczęsny,  Warsaw, Poland |  Lyno Vuth,  Phnom Penh, Cambodia |  Azu Nwagbogu,  Lagos, Nigeria |  Vibha Galhotra,  Delhi, India |  Kira Simon-Kennedy,  New York City, United States |  Anat Litwin,  New York City, United States / Berlin, Germany / Jerusalem, Israel / Saitama, Japan | 

What is Wellbeing?

Kholoud Bidak,  Cairo, Egypt |  Coumba Touré,  Dakar, Senegal |  Aishah Shahidah Simmons,  Philadelphia, United States |  Akwaeke Emezi,  New York City, United States |  Kagure Mugo,  Johannesburg, South Africa |  Lucia Victor Jayaseelan,  London, United Kingdom |  Kutlwano Pearl Magashula,  Johannesburg, South Africa |  Pia Love,  London, United Kingdom |  Rokhaya Gueye,  Dakar, Senegal |  Sheena Gimase Magenya,  Nairobi, Kenya |  Thato Poelo Semele,  Johannesburg, South Africa | 

How can we newly understand the dynamic nature of the vernacular?

Daniel Millette,  Ottawa, Canada |  David T. Fortin,  Sudbury, Canada |  Department of Unusual Certainties,  Toronto, Canada |  Heather Braiden,  Montréal, Canada |  Hello Everything,  Nairobi, Kenya |  Jason Surkan,  Vancouver, Canada |  Jen Davis,  Toronto, Canada |  Lucie Kroening,  Paris, France |  Mary Rothlisberger,  Across America |  Miriam Ho,  Toronto, Canada |  Nelson Mota,  Delft, Netherlands |  Omar Gandhi,  Halifax, Canada |  Pantopicon,  Toronto, Canada |  Paula Meijerink,  Columbus, United States |  Ruth Jones,  Toronto, Canada / Los Angeles, United States |  Shuyin Wu,  Waterloo, Canada |  Tings Chak,  Hong Kong, China |  Victor Seguela,  Paris, France | 

What can a process grounded in art-making and aesthetic priorities accomplish that community organizing cannot?

Aaron Landsman,  New York City, United States |  Jamel Ayala,  New York City, United States |  Deland Chan,  Stanford, United States |  Angela Choi,  New York City, United States |  Jay Koo,  New York City, United States |  Emani Love,  Detroit, United States |  Tiffany Zorrilla,  New York City, United States |  Kristian Davis Bailey,  Detroit, United States |  Ezio Rosa,  São Paulo, Brazil |  Ashley Holden,  New York City, United States |  Gabriella Marrero,  New York City, United States | 

In/Visible Series: Is there cooperation amongst women?

Another Africa,  Vancouver, Canada | 

How does the line that defines an area have the power to create and an equally great capacity to divide and destroy?

James Bridle,  Athens, Greece |  draftworks*,  Nicosia, Cyprus / Athens, Greece |  Dongsei Kim,  Melbourne, Australia |  Emma Xin Ma,  Toronto, Canada |  Gili Merin,  Tel Aviv, Israel |  Ania Molenda,  Rotterdam, Netherlands |  Lada Nakonechna,  Kiev, Ukraine |  Evan Pavka,  Montreal, Canada |  Amrit Phull,  Bangalore, India |  Rosa Rogina,  London, United Kingdom |  Kathryn Schwartzkopf,  Seattle, United States |  Miriam Ho,  Toronto, Canada |  Ruth Jones,  Toronto, Canada / Los Angeles, United States |  Michael Taylor,  Zurich, Switzerland | 

In/Visible Voices of Women: A Commentary Series

Another Africa,  Vancouver, Canada | 

What Would an Actual Sharing Economy Look Like?

Fernando García-Dory,  Madrid & Majorca, Spain |  Eeva Moore,  Berlin, Germany |  Majken Overgaard,  Copenhagen, Denmark |  Mary Rowe,  New York City, United States |  Rasmus Sangild,  Copenhagen, Denmark |  Mikkel Stjernberg,  Elsinore, Denmark  |  Anne Waak,  Berlin, Germany |  Sixten Kai Nielsen Martin Rosengaard,  Copenhagen, Denmark |  Caroline Woolard,  New York City, United States |  Christian Ingemann,  Copenhagen, Denmark | 

Visions of resilience: Eighteen artists say or show something in response to the word “resilience”

David Maddox,  New York City, United States |  Patrick Lydon,  San Jose, United States / Seoul, South Korea |  Juan Carlos Arroyo,  Bogotá, Colombia |  Katrine Claassens,  Cape Town, South Africa |  David Brooks,  New York City, United States |  Rebecca Chesney,  Preston, United Kingdom |  Emilio Fantin,  Milan, Italy |  Lloyd Godman,  Melbourne, Australia |  Fran Ilich,  New York City, United States |  Todd Lanier Lester,  São Paulo, Brazil |  Frida Larios,  Antiguo Cuzcatlán, El Salvador / Copán, Honduras / Washington, United States |  Mary Mattingly,  New York City, United States |  E. J. McAdams,  New York City, United States |  Mary Miss,  New York City, United States |  Edna Peres,  Johannesburg, South Africa |  Caroline Robinson,  Auckland, New Zealand |  Finzi Saidi,  Pretoria, South Africa |  Keijiro Suzuki,  Yamaguchi & Nagoya, Japan |  Ganzeer,  Los Angeles, United States | 

What Does a Queer Urban Future Look Like?

Thiago Carrapatoso,  São Paulo, Brazil |  Michael Roberson,  New York City, United States |  Jude Dibia,  Malmö, Sweden |  Todd Lanier Lester,  São Paulo, Brazil |  Karol Radziszewski,  Warsaw, Poland |  Sarah Schulman,  New York City, United States |  Eric Gitari,  Nairobi, Kenya |  Niki Singleton,  New York City, United States |  Zvonimir Dobrovic,  Zagreb, Croatia |  Ella Boureau,  New York City, United States |  Maya Mikdashi,  Jersey City, United States |  Mahmoud Khaled,  Alexandria, Egypt / Trondheim, Norway | 

Has the Art World Lost It?

Jaroslav Anděl,  Prague, Czech Republic / New York City, United States |  Luis Camnitzer,  New York City, United States |  Henry Giroux,  Toronto, Canada |  Hans Haacke,  New York City, United States |  Birgitta Jónsdóttir,  Reykjavík, Iceland |  Suzanne Lacy,  Los Angeles, United States |  Marita Muukkonen,  Helsinki, Finland / Berlin, Germany |  Vicente Todolí,  Valencia, Spain |  Mike Watson,  Rome, Italy |  Krzysztof Wodiczko,  Cambridge, United States |  Ivor Stodolsky,  Helsinki, Finland / Berlin, Germany | 

Graffiti and street art can be controversial, but can also be a medium for voices of social change, protest, or expressions of community desire. What, how, and where are examples of graffiti as a positive force in communities?

David Maddox,  New York City, United States |  Pauline Bullen,  Harare, Zimbabwe |  Paul Downtown,  Adelaide, Australia |  Emilio Fantin,  Milan, Italy |  Ganzeer,  Los Angeles, United States |  Germán Gómez Eslava,  Bogotá, Colombia |  Sidd Joag,  New York City, United States |  Patrick Lydon,  San Jose, United States / Seoul, South Korea |  Patrice Milillo,  Los Angeles, United States |  Laura Shillington,  Managua, Nicaragua / Montreal, Canada |