Forms of Knowledge, Methods, Committee Members, A-N, Organisations, Art Objects, Relationships, Experimental, Pedagogical, Custartd Tarts (Casa Amiga), Sharpies, Promarkers & Offcuts
WORKSHOP/WORKSHOP/WORKSHOP with Jake Watts
Natassa’s gloves, black coffee
How Rhubaba functions, or doesn’t function, as a learning space
paragogy – pedagogy – andragogy – heutagogy
TODAY (AND MAYBE EVERYDAY) WE ARE ALL FOOLS
Foolosophy workshop – an open educational resource based on ‘MAP-IT’ devised by Jake Watts.
The Fool, a symbol of stupidity and ignorance, a positive position to begin learning. The Fool’s bundle, a symbol of untapped collective knowledge.
QUESTION: From whom or what does Rhubaba learn and how?
REMEMBER: we are trying to cognitively map something abstract.
IT WILL LOOK MUDDLED
Active reflection on what is not working
Active development of a structure
Ask who is being served?
Ask what did you hope to address?
- Contestations: Learning from Critical Experiments in Education
The fool and his bundle fill up and we wonder, over coffee, if we are less foolish
we did this stuff, what did we gain from it?
what did we learn and how did we learn?
I like the books. I am quite traditional in that way.
Jake points at the performance phase with his left hand and gesticulates with his right whilst holding a pen
(Sharpie) like a cigarette.
Workshop / Workshop: Score
we compose and perform a workshop
- Oblique Strategies – Over One Hundred Worthwhile Dilemmas: Brian Eno & Peter Schmidt
Workshop / Workshop / Workshop: Score
we sign and agree to the structure of the workshop
As a group, we draw a map of Rhubaba. We use the chalk pens provided. We each take a role. We navigate, interpret and mime identified issues at Rhubaba. The interpreter draws. We discuss the result and proceed to draw solutions. (60 minutes)