Krabstadt Education Center

 

Krabstadt Education Center (KEC) originated in Krabstadt, a fictitious town where all the Nordic countries send their unwanted people and problems. The zig-zag trajectory of KEC’s formation traverses between being a drawn element in an animated fictional universe and an actual context hosting educational time.
The developers of KEC are Krabstadt founders Ewa Einhorn & Jeuno JE Kim in collaboration with artist Karolin Meunier.
Krabstadt Education Center: Conflated Places
PARSE Journal for Artistic Research

Issue #14 of PARSE Journal features Krabstadt Education Center (KEC). By expanding animation KEC is interested in places where we are stuck currently in education systems. The contributions craft formats and platforms to address pertinent issues within the scope of art education on and off site. ⁠With contributions from: Stephan Dillemuth & Karolin Meunier, Ewa Einhorn & Jeuno JE Kim with Patrick Jarnfelt, Melissa Gordon, Henriette Heise, Seewon Hyun, Gahee Park, Linda Paxling, Sille Storihle and a conversation with Gudskul, Jatiwangi Art Factory, KUNCI’s School of Improper Education, Jakarta Biennale and Krabstadt Education Center. >>>

Krabstadt Education Center: Conflated Places, Learning Pretzel (Tempat-tempat Peleburan, Mempelajari Pretzel)
21 November 2021 – 21 January 2022

A multifunctional learning hall that is designed from a pretzel, a common foundational food where they are at now. KEC’s space is regularly used by other participants of the biennale for workshops and educational programs.

A publication is accessible via QR code. It includes reports from KEC as well as conversation with three Indonesian non-degree schools: Gudskul, Jatiwangi Art Factory, KUNCI’s School of Improper Education.

Krabstadt Education Center / PDF
Design by Katja Gretzinger

 

PARSE Journal for Artistic Research

Spring Issue 2022